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    Reggie Stephens, 2nd best center in the draft?

    Opened up my Sporting News and on page 11 Russ Lande, SN draft expert, has Reggie listed as the 2nd best center in the draft. Granted it's one mans opinion, but how is he not invited to the combine?



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    Re: Reggie Stephens, 2nd best center in the draft?

    this man's opinion is that he is the best center in the draft.


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    Re: Reggie Stephens, 2nd best center in the draft?

    He will be.



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    Re: Reggie Stephens, 2nd best center in the draft?

    espn's guys had him ranked as the #2 Senior Center as well, fwiw



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    Re: Reggie Stephens, 2nd best center in the draft?

    Yes, that's what I have seen but I think that Center is a tough spot to project into the draft. A lot of teams will move guards to center at times so it just makes it difficult to place him overall. I do think he will have a great career.


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    Re: Reggie Stephens, 2nd best center in the draft?

    Reggie was a stud. Should have a good career in the NFL.



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    Re: Reggie Stephens, 2nd best center in the draft?

    Quote Originally Posted by danrog View Post
    espn's guys had him ranked as the #2 Senior Center as well, fwiw
    ESPN has him as the 22nd best OG. I do not know where you got your info.

    NFL Draft by Position - Offensive Guards - ESPN



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    Re: Reggie Stephens, 2nd best center in the draft?

    NFLDraftCountdown as him as #10 Guard

    Draft Countdown - 2010 NFL Draft | Offensive Guard Rankings

    They also have Mike Brandtner as #2 punter.



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    Re: Reggie Stephens, 2nd best center in the draft?

    Quote Originally Posted by clone26 View Post
    NFLDraftCountdown as him as #10 Guard

    Draft Countdown - 2010 NFL Draft | Offensive Guard Rankings

    They also have Mike Brandtner as #2 punter.
    ESPN and CBS also have him as the second best punter.



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    Re: Reggie Stephens, 2nd best center in the draft?

    Reggie's situation illustrates perfectly how much of a crapshoot this can be.

    He is playing guard in the East-West game because apparently that spot gives him the best chance to make it to the NFL. It is somewhat of a shame because he certainly has the intelligence to be a good center.



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    Re: Reggie Stephens, 2nd best center in the draft?

    Quote Originally Posted by ISU4Life View Post
    Opened up my Sporting News and on page 11 Russ Lande, SN draft expert, has Reggie listed as the 2nd best center in the draft. Granted it's one mans opinion, but how is he not invited to the combine?
    when i saw your thread title i thought the same thing....he plays in the shrine bowl and impresses my guess he gets the invite....



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    Re: Reggie Stephens, 2nd best center in the draft?

    Quote Originally Posted by d4nim4l View Post
    Reggie's situation illustrates perfectly how much of a crapshoot this can be.

    He is playing guard in the East-West game because apparently that spot gives him the best chance to make it to the NFL. It is somewhat of a shame because he certainly has the intelligence to be a good center.
    I wonder if the issue might be that he seemed to get by with, but never really mastered, the shotgun snap. An example of what I'm referring to would be the fumbled hand off exchange between Austen and A-Rob in the bowl game. It all started with an off-target snap.



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    Re: Reggie Stephens, 2nd best center in the draft?

    Quote Originally Posted by Steve View Post
    I wonder if the issue might be that he seemed to get by with, but never really mastered, the shotgun snap. An example of what I'm referring to would be the fumbled hand off exchange between Austen and A-Rob in the bowl game. It all started with an off-target snap.
    It could be an issue or on the flip side he might not have mastered the direct snap to the QB under center as our offense rarely (read: Nebraska stacked agaisnt the goal line) used it.



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