Official measurements from the North squad at the Senior Bowl weigh-in this morning.

North

Full NameSchoolPosHtWtHandArm
Pierre AllenNebraskaDL60372731035 3/8
Christian BallardIowaDL60412881033 1/2
Jeremy BealOklahomaDL60232681033
James BrewerIndianaOL606232310 3/835 3/8
Vincent BrownSan Diego StWR511018410 1/233 1/4
Jalil BrownColoradoDB60022021031
Kendric BurneyNorth CarolinaDB50901819 1/429 1/2
Gabe CarimiWisconsinOL607131510 3/835 1/4
Rashad CarmichaelVirginia TechDB50951859 1/431
Quinton CarterOklahomaDB60052119 3/832 1/4
Anthony CastonzoBoston CollegeOL607130510 3/435 1/4
Kai ForbathUCLAPK51051919 3/830 3/4
Mason FosterWashingtonLB60112419 3/431
Sione FuaStanfordDL601630710 3/433 1/4
Brandon FuscoSlippery RockOL60413029 7/833 3/4
Eric HaggNebraskaDB601320610 1/432 1/2
Dwayne HarrisEast CarolinaWR50972001031 5/8
Roy HeluNebraskaRB511321610 1/832 1/4
Alex HeneryNebraskaPK60111788 3/430 1/4
Mark HerzlichBoston CollegeLB603525010 1/832 5/8
Ross HomanOhio StateLB60032299 7/830 1/2
Kendall HunterOklahoma StateRB50721999 1/830 1/4
Jaiquawn JarretTempleDB51171969 7/831 3/4
Greg JonesMichigan StateLB511724010 1/832 1/2
Cameron JordanCaliforniaDL604128711 /1434 1/2
Colin KaepernickNevadaQB60452259 5/833 3/4
Lance KendricksWisconsinTE60312409 5/832 1/2
Ryan KerriganPurdueDL60372559 5/833 1/2
Kevin KowalskiToledoOL60313009 5/831 1/2
Joseph LefegedRutgersDB51122089 3/431
Jake LockerWashingtonQB60222289 7/832
Owen MarecicStanfordFB60032469 3/832 1/4
Curtis MarshUtah StateDB60011949 1/432 1/2
Casey MatthewsOregonLB60062328 3/431 3/4
Mike McNeillNebraskaTE6036232933 1/4
John MoffittWisconsinOL60403149 3/833
DeMarco MurrayOklahomaRB60002149 3/832 1/2
Stephen PaeaOregon StateDL601129510 3/833 1/2
Niles PaulNebraskaWR60072258 5/831 1/4
Austin PettisBoise StateWR60242051032 1/2
Jason PinkstonPittsburghOL603331310 1/434 1/2
Steve SchillingMichiganOL60423029 3/832 3/8
Da’Rel ScottMarylandRB51072059 1/832 3/8
Da’Norris SearcyNorth CarolinaDB51052169 7/834
Lee SmithMarshallTE60572699 3/834
Nate SolderColoradoOL60823149 3/434 1/2
Ricky StanziIowaQB604122110 1/432 1/4
Ian WilliamsNotre DameDL60133119 3/432
Lawrence WilsonConnecticutLB60062259 3/430 1/2
Titus YoungBoise StateWR5112174931

 

And make sure to check out all of TFY’s properties throughout the week for constant updates live from the Senior Bowl. Those who follow twitter can read Si.com’s Tony Pauline’s tweets @tonypauline. TFY’s Draft Podcast will be up and running each night throughout the week. Plus, visit us on facebook at TFY Draft Podcast!

Players, scouting departments, NFL coaches and general managers are descending upon Mobile today as the 2011 Senior Bowl is ready to kick-off!  Set TFYDraftInsider.net as your home page this week then check back several times each day as we are here live and have the event covered from every corner.  Tonight we start off with a few notes of interests from players and teams.

– Sources have told us that Jerry Jones and the Dallas Cowboys are targeting two underclassmen cornerbacks in this draft; Brandon Harris of Miami and Patrick Peterson from LSU.  Different sources have told us if the draft were held today the Cowboys would look to move up and grab Peterson, while Harris is a second choice they’d be happy with.

Brandon Fusco of Slippery Rock is one of the more interesting small school prospects in this game.  Sixty (60) different scouts made their way through the western Pennsylvania school this season to watch Fusco practice.  The Miami Dolphins, San Fransisco 49ers and Minnesota Vikings were teams that made multiple trips to see the center.  Also from Slippery Rock comes news that NFL prospect Cody Endres will be the team’s starting quarterback next season.  Endres left the UConn program last season after being suspended.

– We reported last week the Terrence Tolliver was the fill in this week for the injured Jernell Jurnigan of Troy.  We found out today Tolliver has decided not to participate in the Senior Bowl after a terrific week at the Shrine.

Da’Rel Scott of Maryland will replace Daniel Thomas as the Kansas State running back is suffering with a hamstring injury.

Drake Nevis of LSU, Mike Pouncey of Florida and North Carolina’s Quan Strudivant have all pulled out of the Senior Bowl.

– Sources here in Mobile have told us that West Virginia cornerback Brandon Hogan is recovering well after undergoing surgery on the ligament he tore late in the season.  Hogan is walking without a knee brace.  August 1 is the target date for Hogan to be back at 100%.

And make sure to check out all of TFY’s properties throughout the week for constant updates live from the Senior Bowl. Those who follow twitter can read Si.com’s Tony Pauline’s tweets @tonypauline. TFY’s Draft Podcast will be up and running each night throughout the week. Plus, visit us on facebook at TFY Draft Podcast!

TFY Draft Preview’s renown coverage of the Senior Bowl, this time the 2011 edition, starts now!!!  Over the course of the next week TFY Draft Insider will be live in Mobile covering every angle from every day of practice.  Tonight we start with the “official” invitations and a few notes.

As per the Senior Bowl official site these are the players that have been invited:

Sam Acho, DE, Texas

Danny Aiken, LS, Virginia

Anthony Allen, RB, Georgia Tech

Pierre Allen, DE, Nebraska

Allen Bailey, DE, Miami

Christian Ballard, DT Iowa

Jeremy Beal, DE, Oklahoma

Ahmad Black, S, Florida

Clint Boling, OG, Georgia

James Brewer, T, Indiana

Curtis Brown, CB, Texas

Jalil Brown, CB, Colorado

Kendric Burney, CB, North Carolina

Josh Bynes, LB, Auburn

Gabe Carimi, T, Wisconsin

Rashad Carmichael, CB, Virginia Tech

James Carpenter, OT, Alabama

Quinton Carter, S, Alabama

Anthony Castonzo, OT, Boston College

Adrian Clayborn, DE Iowa

Andy Dalton, QB, TCU

Noel Devine, RB, West Virginia

Preston Dial, TE/FB, Alabama

Ras-I Dowling, CB, Virginia

Zac Etheridge, S, Auburn

Kai Forbath, K, UCLA

Mason Foster, LB, Washington

Sione Fua, DT, Stanford

Brandon Fusco, C, Slippery Rock

Edmund Gates, WR, Abilene Christian

Marcus Gilbert, OT, Florida

Marcus Gilchrist, CB, Clemson

Leonard Hankerson, WR, Miami

Roy Helu Jr. RB, Nebraska

Alex Henery, P, Nebraska

Chas Henry, P, Florida

Mark Herzlich, LB, Boston College

Ross Homan, LB Ohio State

Rodney Hudson, OG, Florida State

Kendall Hunter, RB, Oklahoma State

Ben Ijalana, OT, Villanova

Nate Irving, LB, North Carolina State

Josh Jasper, K, LSU

Jarvis Jenkins, DT, Clemson

Jerrel Jernigan, WR, Troy

Greg Jones, LB Michigan State

Ronald Johnson, WR, USC

Cameron Jordan, DE, California

Kolin Kaepernick, QB Nevada

Lance Kendricks, Wisconsin

Jeremy Kerley, WR, TCU

Ryan Kerrigan, DE Purdue

Joe Lefeged, S, Rutgers

Derrick Locke, RB, Kentucky

Jake Locker, QB, Washington

DeMarcus Love, OT, Arkansas

Owen Marecic, FB, Stanford

Curtis Marsh, CB, Utah State

Casey Matthews, LB, Oregon

Colin McCarthy, LB, Miami

DeAndre McDaniel, S, Clemson

Greg McElroy, QB, Alabama

Mike McNeill, TE, Nebraska

Pernell McPhee, DE, Mississippi State

Von Miller, LB, Texas A&M

John Moffitt, G, Wisconsin

DeMarco Murray, RB, Oklahoma

Drake Nevis, DT, LSU

Chris Nield, DT, West Virginia

Kristofer O’Dowd, C, USC

Stephen Paea, DT, Oregon State

Johnny Patrick, CB, Louisville

Niles Paul, WR, Nebraska

Austin Pettis, WR, Boise State

Jason Pinkston, OT, Pitt

Christian Ponder, QB, Florida State

Mike Pouncey, OG, Florida

Balil Powell, RB, Louisville

Brooks Reed, DE, Arizona

Chris L. Rucker, CB, Michigan State

Greg Salas, WR, Hawaii

Stephen Schilling, G, Michigan

Da’Norris Searcy, S, North Carolina

Kelvin Sheppard, LB, LSU

Derek Sherrod, OT, Mississippi State

Nate Solder, OT, Colorado

Ricky Stanzi, QB, Iowa

Luke Stocker, TE, Tennessee

Quan Sturdivant, LB, North Carolina

Phil Taylor, DT, Baylor

Daniel Thomas, RB, Kansas State

Cedric Thorton, DT, Central Arkansas

Danny Watkins, OT, Baylor

Chris White, LB, Mississippi State

D.J. Williams, TE, Arkansas

Lawrence Wilson, LB, Connecticut

K.J. Wright, LB, Mississippi State

Shareece Wright, CB, USC

Titus Young, WR, Boise State

Christian Yount, LS, UCLA

Lee Ziemba, OT, Auburn

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– As we Twittered earlier today, defensive end Adrian Clayborn has pulled out of the Senior Bowl.  Sources have told us his replacement is South Carolina defensive end Cliff Matthews.

– We reported last week that Jerrel Jernigan of Troy was injured in training and will not be in Mobile.  His replacement is Terrence Tolliver of LSU who comes off a terrific week at the Shrine.

–  We’ve not received official word but speculation is Christian Ponder of Florida State is unlikely to play because of injury.  The belief is his replacement will end up being Nathan Enderle of Idaho.  Again, this is not confirmed.

Ben Ijalana, the Villanova offensive tackle, is still listed on the roster but as we reported several weeks ago, was forced to pull out as he recovers from sports hernia surgery.

And make sure to check out all of TFY’s properties throughout the week for constant updates live from the Senior Bowl. Those who follow twitter can read Si.com’s Tony Pauline’s tweets @tonypauline. TFY’s Draft Podcast will be up and running each night throughout the week. Plus, visit us on facebook at TFY Draft Podcast!

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