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Wrapping Up The Combine

Since arriving last Wednesday evening, we’ve talked to some top-tier tight ends, the wideouts that you need to keep an eye one before the draft, head coach John Harbaugh dropped in for a press conference, and a few cornerbacks that might be on the radar.

Posted by Mike Duffy on Sunday, February 28th, 2010 at 4:03 pm | Categories: 2010 NFL Combine, Mike Duffy

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Every year, the final day of the NFL Scouting Combine always ends a little early for BaltimoreRavens.com. Mainly, that’s because of flight issues and the cabin fever introduced by nearly 96 hours inside the media center.

Since arriving last Wednesday evening, we’ve talked to some top-tier tight ends, the wideouts that you need to keep an eye one before the draft, head coach John Harbaugh dropped in for a press conference, and a few cornerbacks that might be on the radar.

We also got exclusive interviews with some of our counterparts from across the league to get updates on their clubs and NFL experts from prestigious media outlets.

There were a lot of good stories – too many to tell. We’ll get to a lot of them in the coming weeks.

0903-online-wilsonbus1embeddedprod_affiliate36Like this one from today regarding Boise State cornerback Kyle Wilson. The dreadlocked 5-foot-10, 190-pounder said he never really got recruited in high school, so his older brother made highlight reels of him and sent them to the top 50 schools in the country.

He went on to star at Boise State, and now, his stock is rising into the second and maybe first round. His brother, Gerry, drives an orange and blue RV all across the country to bring the Wilson family see the corner play. Wilson, by the way, met with the Ravens on Saturday night.

In closing, I hope you enjoyed learning a little more about the Ravens’ draft process and who’s out there.

See you back in Baltimore.

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