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Postby FalconsAreTheBest » Tue Apr 25, 2006 2:25 pm

If anyone has ESPN Insider I would greatly appreciate if you could post this page for me. ... ateChanged

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Postby mamador » Tue Apr 25, 2006 7:03 pm

Noel Devine
RB | 5'8" 180

Hometown: North Fort Myers, FL
School: North Fort Myers High School
Region: South Status: Undeclared

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Last Updated: 4/6/2006 Data provided by Scouts, Inc.


Scouts Grade: 90
Considering: 1-Miami (FL) , 2-Florida State , 3-Georgia , 4-Nebraska

Evaluation: This is the 2007 version of 2006 class recruit C.J. Spiller, only faster and even more explosive. Devine is a human blur who possesses rare explosiveness, vision and stop/start ability. He can make quick decisions, he has outstanding change of direction skills, he can cut on a dime and he does an excellent job of making defenders miss. He is also an unusually patient runner and will take time to let his blocks set up. He does an outstanding job of reading blocking angles and as a result, he doesn?t take a lot of straight-on hits. His change of direction and ability to plant and cut are absolutely exciting and will make you hold your breath for what's coming next. He is also a back who has a second gear in the open field. He can run away from defensive backs, and when he runs inside, he has the ability to bounce it to the outside and make a lot of big plays. Takes little time to reach top speed, has the burst to turn the corner and gets through holes quickly. His ability to accelerate is elite, and when he gets to the second level, he is a threat to take it the distance each time he touches the ball. His balance and low center of gravity make him extremely difficult to get a beat on through the line of scrimmage. He almost gets lost behind the line and bam, he is gone! He is extremely productive on screens and check-downs, and with some route work, he will be an absolute mismatch for linebackers and safeties in space. Much like Lakeland's Chris Rainey, Devine is drastically undersized. Needs to add considerable bulk and lower body strength to remain durable at the college level if he is to stay on the field as much as coaches would like. His overall skills will get him on the field soon because he possesses game-changing ability and improved size and strength will come with a college weight program.

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So is the falcons looking at him for our second round pick??? hahahahah

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