While Brian Brohm continues to fall into the second round of various follow-the-leader internet mock drafts, his performance at the combine on Sunday wowed at least one national writer.
Scout.com's Matt Postins was assigned the job of scouting Harry Douglas, and here is a little of what he had to say.
When the passes weren't that great, Douglas did a fine job of adjusting. He used his lean frame on a 10-yard out as the quarterback nearly threw the ball over Douglas' head. He did a great job of using his entire body to reach up, get the pass and stay inbounds. He also adjusted well to an underthrown pass on a streak route. And, he made a fingertip catch on the sideline on a two-move route when Colt Brennan led him a little too far.
Overall, I was impressed. He catches the football fundamentally well, has good speed and quickness and controls his body well when he has to make the more spectacular catches. If you're looking for negatives, he may not accelerate as quickly off the line as other receivers and his cuts could be sharper.
Douglas was impressive in the agility drills, running a 4.49 40-yard dash, and placing first out of all receivers in the 3-cone drill, and third in the 20-yard shuttle.
Less impressive in the 40-yard dash was Mario Urrutia, who ran a pedestrian 4.58. Still, his size (6-6, 220) has reportedly generated some positive attention.
Gary Barnidge worked out with the tight ends on Saturday, and apparently turned several heads.
Also working out on Saturday was Breno Giacomini, who performed well enough to be deemed a "riser" by SI.com's Tony Pauline.
I'm not the first to say that Breno's best football is ahead of him, but yeah, Breno's best football is ahead of him.
And finally, the man for whom introductions are pointless...
Jason "The Franchise" Hanson isn't getting any younger, and this selfish Lions fan would love to see Matt Millen
face down in a ditch pull the trigger on Arthur as the heir apparent. Wherever the man ends up, my heart will follow and an appropriate jersey will be purchased...Unless it's Dallas. Anywhere but Dallas.