Day 2 brings us the first of two padded practices where the prospects can either earn or lose the most of their stock. Which ones stood out and which ones faltered under the limelight of many eyes upon them?
Our friend Dan Kadar from MtD has his insights on Day 2 here
Rob Rang has the breakdown of the South team practice here
Walterfootball has a list of which teams had prospect meetings
The Eagles' NFL site has video of Skill players 1 on 1s
They also have video of the OL/DL one on ones
Eric Galko of Optimum Scouting has his North practice breakdown
CF 24/7 broke down the North practice
Dane Brugler of CBS Sports broke down which prospects from The U that shined the most
My Thoughts on the practices:
- It was the Danny Shelton show again today. He is flying up the boards and could be a Top 10 pick before it's all said and done.
- As expected, the Clemson contingent of LB Stephone Anthony and DT Grady Jarrett showed a lot of good stuff today. Clemson was ranked among the best defenses for a reason. These two were why.
- You'll hear a lot of it going forward but Miami guys are pretty good athletes without coaching or talent around them. The program has been in a tailspin with no end in sight because the coaching staff there is so poor and cannot recruit their always loaded backyard.
- Of the QBs in action, Baylor's Bryce Petty continued to play the best. Garrett Grayson had another standout practice.
- I might sound like a broken record at this point but LSU's La'el Collins is a monster and stoned everyone in his way.
- ECU WR Justin Hardy had a pretty mixed day, he's a solid route runner but had some drops aka the Ty Montgomery Snydrome.
- His ECU teammate QB Shane Carden continued to be not so good, showing zero arm strength and throwing up wounded ducks. Carden might slip into the undrafted range.
- The North receivers are really good. It might be the best collection of receiving talent in a long time in Mobile.
- The South has the best OL/DL competitions by far.
- Again, UCLA QB Brett Hundley really hurt his stock by not showing up.