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    Some measurements from Senior Bowl weigh-in

    http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/draft0...ory?id=3844642



    Top five heaviest
    1. LSU G Herman Johnson -- 382 pounds
    2. Oklahoma OT Phil Loadholt -- 343
    3. Boston College DT Ron Brace -- 329
    4. Wisconsin G Kraig Urbik -- 323
    5. Florida OT Jason Watkins -- 317


    Top Five Lightest
    1. Cincinnati CB Mike Mickens -- 176
    2. Connecticut CB Darius Butler -- 178
    3. South Carolina WR Kenny McKinley -- 182
    4. Virginia Tech CB Macho Harris -- 186
    5. Arizona WR Mike Thomas -- 187



    Top five tallest
    1. Oklahoma OT Phil Loadholt -- 6-foot-8
    2. LSU G Herman Johnson -- 6-7⅜
    T3. Cal Poly WR Ramses Barden -- 6-6
    T3. Connecticut G William Beatty -- 6-6
    T3. Florida OT Jason Watkins -- 6-6



    Top Five Shortest
    1. Arizona WR Mike Thomas -- 5-8
    2. Oregon RB Jeremiah Johnson -- 5-8
    3. Wake Forest CB Alphonso Smith -- 5-8⅞
    T4. Mississippi State S Derek Pegues -- 5-9⅜
    T4. Virginia RB Cedric Peerman -- 5-9⅜



    Top five largest hands
    1. LSU G Herman Johnson OG LSU -- 11 inches
    2. Georgia Tech DT Vance Walker -- 11⅛
    3. California C Alex Mack -- 10⅝
    T4. Oklahoma State TE Brandon Pettigrew -- 10
    T4. Richmond DE Lawrence Sidbury -- 10



    Top five smallest hands
    1. Virginia RB Cedric Peerman -- 7⅞
    2. West Virginia DB Ellis Lankster -- 8
    3. Troy DB Sherrod Martin -- 8
    4. South Carolina WR Kenny McKinley -- 8
    5. Ryan Shuman G Virginia Tech -- 8⅞



    Top five longest arms
    1. Oklahoma OT Phil Loadholt -- 36⅝
    2. LSU G Herman Johnson -- 36
    3. Richmond DE Lawrence Sidbury -- 35
    4. Oklahoma State Brandon Pettigrew -- 34
    T5. Southern Miss TE Shawn Nelson -- 34⅝
    T5. Tennessee G Anthony Parker -- 34⅝
    T5. Connecticut G William Beatty -- 34⅝



    Top five shortest arms
    1. Cincinnati CB DeAngelo Smith -- 29
    2. Navy FB Eric Kettani -- 29
    T3. Clemson QB Cullen Harper -- 30
    T3. West Virginia DB Ellis Lankster -- 30
    T3. South Carolina WR Kenny McKinley -- 30
    T3. Central Arkansas QB Nathan Brown -- 30
    T3. Syracuse FB Tony Fiametta -- 30
    T3. California OLB Zack Follett -- 30
    T3. Oregon RB Jeremiah Johnson -- 30
    T3. Virginia RB Cedric Peerman -- 30

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    Top five heaviest
    1. LSU G Herman Johnson -- 382 pounds
    2. Oklahoma OT Phil Loadholt -- 343
    3. Boston College DT Ron Brace -- 329
    4. Wisconsin G Kraig Urbik -- 323
    5. Florida OT Jason Watkins -- 317


    They left off Raji....he weighed-in at 334 at Mobile today!!!

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    Mount Herman,gonna have to keep an eye out for him. I always liked him at LSU,seemed like he had a nastiness about em.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hendu24 View Post
    Mount Herman,gonna have to keep an eye out for him. I always liked him at LSU,seemed like he had a nastiness about em.
    I love him as a prospect yet weighing in at 380+ should be a major concern. This is far from being his ideal playing weight even with his overall monstrous size...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flaming Mo View Post
    I love him as a prospect yet weighing in at 380+ should be a major concern. This is far from being his ideal playing weight even with his overall monstrous size...
    True,hell if he's a good enough athlete might be able to stick him on the Dline. You'ld have to figure most teams would want him to drop 30-40lbs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hendu24 View Post
    True,hell if he's a good enough athlete might be able to stick him on the Dline. You'ld have to figure most teams would want him to drop 30-40lbs.
    +1. Unless you're Ted Washington, you shouldn't be playing at that size.

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