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miércoles, 4 de mayo de 2016

Tacleando la NFL: Jared Goff el primer elegido en el NFL Draft 2016...aquí todos los seleccionados























































































































Round 1:

1(1) Rams (From Titans) Goff, Jared QB 6'4" 215 California 6.5

2(2) Eagles (From Browns) Wentz, Carson QB 6'5" 237 North Dakota St. 6.5

3(3) Chargers Bosa, Joey DE 6'5" 269 Ohio St. 6.7

4(4) Cowboys Elliott, Ezekiel RB 6'0" 225 Ohio St. 7.0

5(5) Jaguars Ramsey, Jalen CB 6'1" 209 Florida St. 6.8

6(6) Ravens Stanley, Ronnie OT 6'6" 312 Notre Dame 6.5

7(7) 49ers Buckner, DeForest DE 6'7" 291 Oregon 7.2

8(8) Titans (From Browns through Eagles through Dolphins) Conklin, Jack OT 6'6" 308 Michigan St. 6.4

9(9) Bears (From Buccaneers) Floyd, Leonard OLB 6'6" 244 Georgia 6.5

10(10) Giants Apple, Eli CB 6'1" 199 Ohio St. 6.0

11(11) Buccaneers (From Bears) Hargreaves, Vernon CB 5'10" 204 Florida 6.6

12(12) Saints Rankins, Sheldon DT 6'1" 299 Louisville 6.2

13(13) Dolphins (From Eagles) Tunsil, Laremy OT 6'5" 310 Mississippi 7.6

14(14) Raiders Joseph, Karl S 5'10" 205 West Virginia 5.9

15(15) Browns (From Titans through Rams) Coleman, Corey WR 5'11" 194 Baylor 6.0

16(16) Lions Decker, Taylor OT 6'7" 310 Ohio St. 5.9

17(17) Falcons Neal, Keanu SS 6'0" 211 Florida 5.8

18(18) Colts Kelly, Ryan C 6'4" 311 Alabama 5.8

19(19) Bills Lawson, Shaq DE 6'3" 269 Clemson 6.2

20(20) Jets Lee, Darron OLB 6'1" 232 Ohio St. 6.2

21(21) Texans (From Redskins) Fuller, Will WR 6'0" 186 Notre Dame 6.2

22(22) Redskins (From Texans) Doctson, Josh WR 6'2" 202 TCU 6.1

23(23) Vikings Treadwell, Laquon WR 6'2" 221 Mississippi 6.2

24(24) Bengals Jackson III, William CB 6'0" 189 Houston 5.9

25(25) Steelers Burns, Artie CB 6'0" 193 Miami 5.9

26(26) Broncos (From Seahawks) Lynch, Paxton QB 6'7" 244 Memphis 6.1

27(27) Packers Clark, Kenny DT 6'3" 314 UCLA 5.9

28(28) 49ers (From Chiefs) Garnett, Joshua OG 6'4" 312 Stanford 5.8

30(29) Cardinals Nkemdiche, Robert DT 6'3" 294 Mississippi 6.3

31(30) Panthers Butler, Vernon DT 6'4" 323 Louisiana Tech 6.1

32(31) Seahawks (From Broncos) Ifedi, Germain OG 6'6" 324 Texas A&M 5.8

Round 2:

1(32) Browns Ogbah, Emmanuel DE 6'4" 273 Oklahoma St. 6.0
 
2(33) Titans Dodd, Kevin DE 6'5" 277 Clemson 6.2
 
3(34) Cowboys Smith, Jaylon OLB 6'2" 223 Notre Dame 5.4
 
4(35) Chargers Henry, Hunter TE 6'5" 250 Arkansas 6.2
 
5(36) Jaguars (From Ravens) Jack, Myles OLB 6'1" 245 UCLA 7.3
 
6(37) Chiefs (From 49ers) Jones, Chris DT 6'6" 310 Mississippi St. 6.2
 
7(38) Dolphins (From Ravens through Jaguars) Howard, Xavien CB 6'0" 201 Baylor 5.6
 
8(39) Buccaneers Spence, Noah DE 6'2" 251 Eastern Kentucky 5.9
 
9(40) Giants Shepard, Sterling WR 5'10" 194 Oklahoma 5.9
 
10(41) Bills (From Bears) Ragland, Reggie ILB 6'1" 247 Alabama 6.4
 
11(42) Ravens (From Dolphins) Correa, Kamalei DE 6'3" 243 Boise St. 5.8
 
12(43) Titans (From Eagles through Rams) Johnson, Austin NT 6'4" 314 Penn St. 5.9
 
13(44) Raiders Ward, Jihad DE 6'5" 297 Illinois 5.6
 
14(45) Titans (From Rams) Henry, Derrick RB 6'3" 247 Alabama 6.1
 
15(46) Lions Robinson, A'Shawn DT 6'4" 307 Alabama 6.3
 
16(47) Saints Thomas, Michael WR 6'3" 212 Ohio St. 5.8
 
17(48) Packers (From Colts) Spriggs, Jason T 6'6" 301 Indiana 5.8
 
18(49) Seahawks (From Bears through Bills) Reed, Jarran DT 6'3" 307 Alabama 6.1
 
19(50) Texans (From Falcons) Martin, Nick OG 6'4" 299 Notre Dame 5.7
 
20(51) Jets Hackenberg, Christian QB 6'4" 223 Penn St. 5.5
 
21(52) Falcons (From Texans) Jones, Deion OLB 6'1" 222 LSU 5.7
 
22(53) Redskins Cravens, Su'a OLB 6'1" 226 USC 5.8
 
23(54) Vikings Alexander, Mackensie CB 5'10" 190 Clemson 5.9
 
24(55) Bengals Boyd, Tyler WR 6'1" 197 Pittsburgh 5.9
 
25(56) Bears (From Seahawks) Whitehair, Cody OG 6'4" 301 Kansas St. 6.1
 
26(57) Colts (From Packers) Green, T.J. FS 6'2" 209 Clemson 5.6
 
27(58) Steelers Davis, Sean CB 6'1" 201 Maryland 5.5
 
28(59) Buccaneers (From Chiefs) Aguayo, Roberto K 6'0" 207 Florida St. 5.5
 
29(60) Patriots Jones, Cyrus CB 5'10" 197 Alabama 5.5
 
30(61) Saints (From Patriots through Cardinals) Bell, Vonn FS 5'11" 199 Ohio St.5
 
31(62) Panthers Bradberry, James CB 6'1" 211 Samford 5.3
 
32(63) Broncos Gotsis, Adam DT 6'4" 287 Georgia Tech 5.5
 
Round 3:

1(64) Titans Byard, Kevin S 5'11" 216 Middle Tennessee St. 5.2
 
2(65) Browns Nassib, Carl DE 6'7" 277 Penn St. 5.6
 
3(66) Chargers Tuerk, Max C 6'5" 298 USC 5.6
 
4(67) Cowboys Collins, Maliek DT 6'2" 311 Nebraska 5.6
 
5(68) 49ers Redmond, Will CB 5'11" 182 Mississippi St. 5.6
 
6(69) Jaguars Ngakoue, Yannick DE 6'2" 252 Maryland 5.3
 
7(70) Ravens Kaufusi, Bronson DE 6'6" 285 BYU 5.5
 
8(71) Giants Thompson, Darian S 6'2" 208 Boise St. 5.5
 
9(72) Bears Bullard, Jonathan DT 6'3" 285 Florida 6.0
 
10(73) Dolphins Drake, Kenyan RB 6'1" 210 Alabama 5.5
 
11(74) Chiefs (From Buccaneers) Russell, KeiVarae CB 5'11" 192 Notre Dame 5.5
 
12(75) Raiders Calhoun, Shilique DE 6'4" 251 Michigan St. 5.7
 
13(76) Browns (From Titans through Rams) Coleman, Shon OT 6'5" 307 Auburn 5.8
 
14(77) Panthers (From Browns through Eagles through Lions) Worley, Daryl CB 6'1" 204 West Virginia 5.3
 
15(78) Patriots (From Saints) Thuney, Joe OG 6'5" 304 N.C. State 5.5
 
16(79) Eagles Seumalo, Isaac OG 6'4" 303 Oregon St. 5.4
 
17(80) Bills Washington, Adolphus DT 6'3" 301 Ohio St. 5.6
 
18(81) Falcons Hooper, Austin TE 6'4" 254 Stanford 5.7
 
19(82) Colts Clark, Le'Raven OT 6'5" 316 Texas Tech 6.0
 
20(83) Jets Jenkins, Jordan OLB 6'3" 259 Georgia 5.7
 
21(84) Redskins Fuller, Kendall CB 5'11" 187 Virginia Tech 5.6
 
22(85) Texans Miller, Braxton WR 6'1" 201 Ohio St. 5.6
 
23(86) Dolphins (From Vikings) Carroo, Leonte WR 6'0" 211 Rutgers 5.4
 
24(87) Bengals Vigil, Nick ILB 6'2" 239 Utah St. 5.3
 
25(88) Packers Fackrell, Kyler LB 6'5" 245 Utah St. 5.8
 
26(89) Steelers Hargrave, Javon DT 6'1" 309 South Carolina St. 5.5
 
27(90) Seahawks Prosise, C.J. RB 6'0" 220 Notre Dame 5.5
 
29(91) Patriots Brissett, Jacoby QB 6'4" 231 N.C. State 5.5
 
30(92) Cardinals Williams, Brandon CB 5'11" 197 Texas A&M 5.3
 
31(93) Browns (Fram Panthers) Kessler, Cody QB 6'1" 220 USC 5.4
 
32(94) Seahawks (From Broncos) Vannett, Nick TE 6'6" 257 Ohio St. 5.7
 
33(95) Lions (Compensatory Selection) Glasgow, Graham C 6'6" 307 Michigan 5.5
 
34(96) Patriots (Compensatory Selection) Valentine, Vincent DT 6'4" 329 Nebraska 5.2
 
35(97) Seahawks (Compensatory Selection) Odhiambo, Rees OG 6'4" 314 Boise St. 5.4
 
36(98) Broncos (Compensatory Selection) Simmons, Justin FS 6'2" 202 Boston College 5.5
 
Round 4:

1(99) Browns Schobert, Joe OLB 6'1" 244 Wisconsin 5.4
 
2(100) Raiders (From Browns through Eagles through Titans) Cook, Connor QB 6'4" 217 Michigan St. 5.8
 
3(101) Cowboys Tapper, Charles DE 6'3" 271 Oklahoma 5.4
 
4(102) Chargers Perry, Joshua ILB 6'4" 254 Ohio St. 5.4
 
5(103) Jaguars Day, Sheldon DT 6'1" 293 Notre Dame 5.6
 
6(104) Ravens Young, Tavon CB 5'9" 183 Temple 5.4
 
7(105) Chiefs (From 49ers) Ehinger, Parker OG 6'6" 310 Cincinnati 5.1
 
8(106) Chiefs (From Buccaneers through Bears) Murray, Eric CB 5'11" 199 Minnesota 5.4
 
9(107) Ravens (From Dolphins) Moore, Chris WR 6'1" 206 Cincinnati 5.2
 
10(108) Buccaneers Smith, Ryan CB 5'11" 189 North Carolina Central 5.3
 
11(109) Giants Goodson, B.J. OLB 6'1" 242 Clemson 5.5
 
12(110) Rams Higbee, Tyler TE 6'6" 249 Western Kentucky 5.6
 
13(111) Lions Killebrew, Miles SS 6'2" 217 Southern Utah 5.6
 
14(112) Patriots (From Saints) Mitchell, Malcolm WR 6'0" 198 Georgia 5.5
 
15(113) Bears (From Rams through Titans through Eagles) Kwiatkoski, Nick ILB 6'2" 243 West Virginia 5.1
 
16(114) Browns (From Raiders) Louis, Ricardo WR 6'2" 215 Auburn 5.4
 
17(115) Falcons Campbell, De'Vondre OLB 6'4" 232 Minnesota 5.2
 
18(116) Colts Ridgeway, Hassan DT 6'3" 303 Texas 6.0
 
19(117) Rams (From Bears through Bills) Cooper, Pharoh WR 5'11" 203 South Carolina 5.6
 
20(118) Jets Burris, Juston CB 6'0" 212 N.C. State 5.4
 
21(119) Texans Ervin, Tyler RB 5'10" 192 San Jose St. 5.3
 
22(120) Saints (From Redskins) Onyemata, David DT 6'4" 300 Manitoba (Canada) 5.4
 
23(121) Vikings Beavers, Willie OT 6'4" 324 Western Michigan 5.4
 
24(122) Bengals Billings, Andrew NT 6'1" 311 Baylor 6.0
 
25(123) Steelers Hawkins, Jerald OT 6'6" 305 LSU 5.5
 
26(124) Bears (From Seahawks) Bush, Deon S 6'0" 199 Miami 5.2
 
27(125) Colts (From Packers) Morrison, Antonio ILB 6'1" 232 Florida 5.2
 
28(126) Chiefs Robinson, Demarcus WR 6'1" 203 Florida 5.4
 
29(127) Bears (From Patriots) Hall, Deiondre' CB 6'2" 199 Northern Iowa 5.4
 
30(128) Cardinals Boehm, Evan C 6'2" 309 Missouri 5.4
 
31(129) Browns (From Panthers) Kindred, Derrick FS 5'10" 207 TCU 5.1
 
32(130) Ravens (From Broncos) Lewis, Alex OT 6'6" 312 Nebraska 5.2
 
33(131) Packers (Compensatory Selection) Martinez, Blake LB 6'2" 237 Stanford 5.3
 
34(132) Ravens (Compensatory Selection) Henry, Willie DT 6'3" 303 Michigan 5.9
 
35(133) 49ers (Compensatory Selection) Robinson, Rashard CB 6'1" 171 LSU 5.4
 
36(134) Ravens (Compensatory Selection) Dixon, Kenneth RB 5'10" 215 Louisiana Tech 5.7
 
37(135) Cowboys (Compensatory Selection) Prescott, Dak QB 6'2" 226 Mississippi St. 5.4
 
38(136) Broncos (Compensatory Selection) Booker, Devontae RB 5'11" 219 Utah 5.7
 
39(137) Packers (Compensatory Selection) Lowry, Dean DE 6'6" 296 Northwestern 5.2
 
40(138) Browns (Compensatory Selection) Devalve, Seth TE 6'4" 245 Princeton 4.9
 
41(139) Bills (Compensatory Selection) Jones, Cardale QB 6'5" 253 Ohio St. 5.4

Round 5:

1(140) Titans Sharpe, Tajae WR 6'2" 194 Massachusetts 5.4
 
2(141) Panthers (From Browns) Sanchez, Zack CB 5'11" 185 Oklahoma 5.5
 
3(142) 49ers (From Chargers) Blair, Ronald DE 6'2" 284 Appalachian St. 5.4
 
4(143) Raiders (From Cowboys) Washington, DeAndre RB 5'8" 204 Texas Tech 5.1
 
5(144) Broncos (From Ravens) McGovern, Connor OG 6'4" 306 Missouri 5.5
 
6(145) 49ers Theus, John OT 6'6" 313 Georgia 5.1
 
7(146) Ravens (From Jaguars) Judon, Matt DE 6'3" 275 Grand Valley St. 5.2
 
8(147) Seahawks (From Patriots through Dolphins) Jefferson, Quinton DT 6'4" 291 Maryland 5.1
 
9(148) Buccaneers Benenoch, Caleb OT 6'5" 305 UCLA 5.3
 
10(149) Giants Perkins, Paul RB 5'10" 208 UCLA 5.6
 
11(150) Bears Howard, Jordan RB 6'0" 230 Indiana 6.1
 
12(151) Lions Dahl, Joe OG 6'4" 304 Washington St. 5.5
 
13(152) Redskins (From Saints) Ioannidis, Matthew DT 6'3" 299 Temple 5.5
 
14(153) Eagles Smallwood, Wendell RB 5'10" 208 West Virginia 5.1
 
15(154) Browns (From Raiders) Payton, Jordan WR 6'1" 207 UCLA 5.1
 
17(155) Colts Haeg, Joe OT 6'6" 304 North Dakota St. 5.2
 
18(156) Bills Williams, Jonathan RB 5'11" 220 Arkansas 5.4
 
20(157) Titans (From Broncos through Jets) Sims, LeShaun CB 6'0" 203 Southern Utah 5.5
 
21(158) Jets (From Redskins) Shell, Brandon OT 6'5" 324 South Carolina 5.2
 
22(159) Texans Dillon, K.J. S 6'0" 210 West Virginia 5.2
 
23(160) Vikings Brothers, Kentrell OLB 6'0" 245 Missouri 5.5
 
24(161) Bengals Westerman, Christian OG 6'3" 298 Arizona State 5.8
 
25(162) Chiefs (From Seahawks) Hogan, Kevin QB 6'3" 218 Stanford 5.1
 
26(163) Packers Davis, Trevor WR 6'1" 188 California 4.9
 
27(164) Eagles (From Steelers) Vaitai, Halapoulivaati OT 6'6" 320 TCU 5.1
 
28(165) Chiefs Hill, Tyreek WR 5'10" 185 West Alabama 4.8
 
29(166) Texans (From Patriots) Reader, D.J. NT 6'3" 327 Clemson 5.2
 
30(167) Cardinals Christian, Marqui SS 5'10" 196 Midwestern St. 5.2
 
31(168) Browns (From Panthers) Drango, Spencer OG 6'6" 315 Baylor 5.2
 
32(169) Lions (From Broncos) Williams, Antwione LB 6'3" 245 Georgia Southern 5.2
 
33(170) Cardinals (Compensatory Selection) Toner, Cole OT 6'5" 306 Harvard 5.0
 
34(171) Seahawks (Compensatory Selection) Collins, Alex RB 5'10" 217 Arkansas 5.5
 
35(172) Browns (Compensatory Selection) Higgins, Rashard WR 6'1" 196 Colorado St. 5.4
 
36(173) Browns (Compensatory Selection) Caldwell, Trey DB 5'9" 186 Louisiana-Monroe --
 
37(174) 49ers (Compensatory Selection) Cooper, Fahn OT 6'4" 303 Mississippi 5.0
 
38(175) Chargers (Compensatory Selection) Brown, Jatavis OLB 5'11" 227 Akron 5.5
 
Round 6: 

1(176) Broncos (From Titans through Browns) Janovich, Andy FB 6'1" 238 Nebraska 5.1
 
2(177) Rams (From Titans) Hemingway, Temarrick TE 6'5" 244 South Carolina St. 5.0
 
3(178) Chiefs (From 49ers through Cowboys) White, D.J. CB 5'11" 193 Georgia Tech 5.5
 
4(179) Chargers Kaser, Drew P 6'2" 212 Texas A&M 5.3
 
5(180) Vikings (From 49ers) Boehringer, Moritz WR 6'4" 227 5.4
 
6(181) Jaguars Holmes, Tyrone OLB 6'4" 250 Montana 5.1
 
7(182) Ravens Reynolds, Keenan RB 5'11" 205 Navy 4.9
 
8(183) Buccaneers Bond, Devante OLB 6'1" 235 Oklahoma 5.1
 
9(184) Giants Adams, Jerell TE 6'5" 247 South Carolina 5.4
 
10(185) Bears Houston-Carson, DeAndre FS 6'1" 201 William & Mary 5.5
 
11(186) Dolphins (From Vikings) Grant, Jakeem WR 5'6" 165 Texas Tech 5.3
 
12(187) Redskins (From Saints) Sudfeld, Nate QB 6'6" 234 Indiana 5.2
 
13(188) Vikings (From Eagles) Morgan, David TE 6'4" 262 Texas-San Antonio 5.1
 
14(189) Cowboys (From Raiders) Brown, Anthony CB 5'11" 192 Purdue 5.2
 
15(190) Rams Forrest, Josh ILB 6'3" 249 Kentucky 5.2
 
16(191) Lions Rudock, Jake QB 6'3" 207 Michigan 5.2
 
17(192) Bills Listenbee, Kolby WR 6'0" 197 TCU 5.4
 
18(193) Titans (From Falcons) Tretola, Sebastian OG 6'4" 314 Arkansas 5.4
 
19(194) Raiders (From Colts) James, Cory OLB 6'0" 229 Colorado St. 4.9
 
20(195) Falcons (From Texans through Jets) Schweitzer, Wes OG 6'5" 314 San Jose St. 4.8
 
21(196) Eagles (From Dolphins through Patriots through Texans) Countess, Blake CB 5'9" 184 Auburn 5.0
 
22(197) Buccaneers (From Redskins) Vitale, Dan FB 6'1" 239 Northwestern 5.0
 
23(198) Chargers (From Vikings) Watt, Derek FB 6'2" 236 Wisconsin 5.0
 
24(199) Bengals Core, Cody WR 6'3" 205 Mississippi 5.3
 
25(200) Packers Murphy, Kyle T 6'6" 305 Stanford 5.2
 
26(201) Jaguars (From Steelers) Allen, Brandon QB 6'1" 217 Arkansas 5.4
 
27(202) Lions (From Seahawks) Zettel, Anthony DT 6'4" 277 Penn St. 5.2
 
28(203) Chiefs Nicolas, Dadi DE 6'3" 235 Virginia Tech 5.2
 
29(204) Dolphins (From Patriots through Bears) Lucas, Jordan SS 6'0" 201 Penn St. 5.1
 
30(205) Cardinals Miller, Harlan CB 6'0" 182 Southeastern Louisiana 5.5
 
31(206) Rams (From Bears through Panthers) Thomas, Mike WR 6'1" 200 Southern Miss 5.2
 
32(207) 49ers (From Broncos) Driskel, Jeff QB 6'4" 234 Louisiana Tech 5.1
 
33(208) Patriots (Compensatory Selection) Grugier-Hill, Kamu OLB 6'2" 215 Eastern Illinois 5.0
 
34(209) Ravens (Compensatory Selection) Canady, Maurice CB 6'1" 193 Virginia 5.3
 
35(210) Lions (Compensatory Selection) Landes, Jimmy LS 6'1" 240 Baylor 4.7
 
36(211) 49ers (Compensatory Selection) Taylor, Kelvin RB 5'10" 207 Florida 5.3
 
37(212) Cowboys (Compensatory Selection) Frazier, Kavon SS 6'0" 217 Central Michigan 5.3
 
38(213) 49ers (Compensatory Selection) Burbridge, Aaron WR 6'0" 206 Michigan St. 5.4
 
39(214) Patriots (Compensatory Selection) Roberts, Elandon ILB 6'0" 235 Houston 5.0
 
40(215) Seahawks (Compensatory Selection) Hunt, Joey C 6'0" 295 TCU 4.8
 
41(216) Cowboys (Compensatory Selection) Jackson, Darius RB 6'0" 221 Eastern Michigan 4.9
 
42(217) Cowboys (Compensatory Selection) Gathers, Rico TE 6'6" 273 Baylor 5.0
 
43(218) Bills (Compensatory Selection) Seymour, Kevon CB 5'11" 186 USC 5.1
 
44(219) Broncos (Compensatory Selection) Parks, Will S 6'1" 194 Arizona 5.2
 
45(220) Steelers (Compensatory Selection) Feeney, Travis OLB 6'4" 230 Washington 5.3
 
46(221) Patriots (Compensatory Selection) Karras, Ted OG 6'3" 307 Illinois 5.1
 
Round 7: 

1(222) Titans Wallace, Aaron OLB 6'3" 240 UCLA 5.3
 
2(223) Dolphins (From Browns) Doughty, Brandon QB 6'3" 213 Western Kentucky 5.1
 
3(224) Chargers Clark, Donavon OG 6'4" 315 Michigan St. 4.8
 
4(225) Patriots (From Seahawks through Cowboys) Lucien, Devin WR 6'2" 195 Arizona State 4.8
 
5(226) Jaguars Woodard, Jonathan DE 6'6" 271 Central Arkansas 4.9
 
6(227) Vikings (From Dolphins through Ravens) Weatherly, Stephen OLB 6'4" 267 Vanderbilt 5.3
 
7(228) Broncos (From 49ers) Dixon, Riley P 6'4" 221 Syracuse 4.8
 
8(229) Steelers (From Giants) Ayers, DeMarcus WR 5'9" 182 Houston 5.0
 
9(230) Bears Braverman, Daniel WR 5'10" 177 Western Michigan 5.4
 
10(231) Dolphins Duarte, Thomas TE 6'2" 231 UCLA 5.4
 
11(232) Redskins (From Buccaneers) Daniels, Steven ILB 5'11" 243 Boston College 5.1
 
12(233) Eagles Mills, Jalen FS 6'0" 191 LSU 5.3
 
13(234) Raiders Alexander, Vadal OG 6'5" 326 LSU 5.5
 
14(235) Jets (From Rams through Texans and Broncos) Edwards, Lac P 6'4" 209 Sam Houston St. 4.8
 
15(236) Lions Washington, Dwayne RB 6'2" 226 Washington 5.1
 
16(237) Saints Lasco, Daniel RB 6'0" 209 California 5.1
 
17(238) Falcons Fuller, Devin WR 6'0" 194 UCLA 4.9
 
18(239) Colts Bates, Trevor LB 6'2" 245 Maine 5.1
 
19(240) Eagles (From Vikings through Bills) McCalister, Alex DE 6'6" 239 Florida 5.3
 
20(241) Jets Peake, Charone WR 6'2" 209 Clemson 5.8
 
21(242) Redskins Marshall, Keith RB 5'11" 219 Georgia 5.2
 
22(243) Seahawks (From Patriots through Texans) Lawler, Kenny WR 6'2" 203 California 5.4
 
23(244) Vikings Kearse, Jayron S 6'4" 216 Clemson 5.3
 
24(245) Bengals Fejedelem, Clayton S 6'1" 200 Illinois 5.1
 
25(246) Steelers Matakevich, Tyler OLB 6'0" 238 Temple 5.1
 
26(247) Seahawks Brooks, Zac RB 6'1" 200 Clemson 4.9
 
27(248) Colts (From Packers) Blythe, Austin C 6'2" 291 Iowa 5.2
 
28(249) 49ers (From Chiefs) Iworah, Prince Charles CB 5'9" 192 Western Kentucky 5.1
 
29(250) Browns (From Dolphins through Patriots) Wright III, Scooby ILB 6'0" 239 Arizona 5.5
 
30(251) Eagles (From Cardinals) Walker, Joe ILB 6'2" 236 Oregon 5.0
 
31(252) Panthers Sandland, Beau TE 6'4" 253 Montana St. 5.3
 
32(253) Titans (From Broncos) Reed, Kalan CB 5'11" 195 Southern Miss 5.1
 

martes, 3 de mayo de 2016

ClutchRio2016: Las nenas de USA van poderosas en busca del oro y los hombres se van de gira



Experienced 12-Member U.S. Olympic Women’s Basketball Team Announced

Courtesy of USA Basketball


— USA Team Will Attempt To Capture A Record Sixth-Straight Olympic Gold In Rio —
NEW YORK, New York (April 27, 2016) – Five-time defending Olympic gold medalists, the 2016 U.S. Olympic Women’s Basketball Team this morning was announced in front of a nationally televised audience on NBC’s TODAY show during the United States Olympic Committee’s 100 Day Countdown celebration, and features nine returning Olympic gold medalists. Headlined by three-time gold medalists and tri-captains Sue Bird (Seattle Storm), Tamika Catchings (Indiana Fever) and Diana Taurasi (Phoenix Mercury), the team was selected by the USA Basketball Women’s National Team Player Selection Committee and is pending approval by the USOC.

The 2016 U.S. Olympic Team also includes two-time Olympic gold medalists Seimone Augustus (Minnesota Lynx) and Sylvia Fowles (Minnesota Lynx); and 2012 Olympic gold medalists Tina Charles (New York Liberty), Angel McCoughtry (Atlanta Dream), Maya Moore (Minnesota Lynx) and Lindsay Whalen (Minnesota Lynx). Competing in their first Olympic Games are Elena Delle Donne (Chicago Sky), Brittney Griner (Phoenix Mercury) and Breanna Stewart (University of Connecticut).


“This was an incredibly difficult decision for the selection committee, but a very positive challenge given the talented athletes in our pool,” said Carol Callan, USA Basketball Women’s National Team Director and chair of the USA Basketball Women’s National Team Player Selection Committee. “If you combine the returning 2012 Olympians with the 2014 world champions, you have 15 very qualified candidates. Add to that an emerging group of young athletes and the decision becomes that much harder to settle on a final 12-member roster. The good news is that we have developed a deep, talented pool of athletes at each position through our national team program. We are grateful that the very best athletes in our country want to play and push each other to be better whenever our team gathers to train.

“This team has all of the areas necessary for success covered – talent and depth at each position, flexibility to play several positions, leadership on and off the court, international experience, demonstrated teamwork and a blend of veterans and youth. They understand their roles and the responsibility of representing the U.S. in Rio, and we look forward to watching their journey as they work toward a sixth-straight gold medal.”


“Obviously it’s always incredibly difficult to try to identify 12 players from a group of so many great players,” said USA and University of Connecticut head coach Geno Auriemma, who has directed the USA National Team to an overall 23-0 record and gold medals at the 2012 Olympic Games and the 2010 and 2014 FIBA World Championships. “The committee had a really difficult job this year, because it’s the first time in a long time that a lot more than 12 players could easily have been named to that team. But the 12 that were named are a great combination of Olympic gold-medal experience, multiple gold medal winners and great leaders.

“There is also an influx of young players, which not only is going to be a great benefit to us this year, but I think it will set the stage going forward in two years for the (FIBA) World Championship and then in four years in Tokyo. They will be the future of the USA Basketball Women’s National Team.”

FIBA on March 11, 2016, held the draw to determine the Aug. 6-10 preliminary round groups, and the United States (2014 FIBA World Championship gold medalist) was placed in Group B along with Canada (2015 FIBA Americas gold medalist), Senegal (2015 FIBA Africa gold medalist), Serbia (2015 EuroBasket gold medalist) and two teams that will earn their berths at the 2016 FIBA World Olympic Qualifying Tournament, June 13-19, in Nantes, France. The top five finishing teams from the Olympic qualifier will earn a berth to Rio, with the second and fourth best teams included in Group B.

The U.S. will open play against against Senegal on either Aug. 6 or Aug. 7 (all game times to be announced by FIBA at a later date), followed by the No. 4 team from the Olympic qualifier on Aug. 8, Serbia on Aug. 10, Canada Aug. 12, and the USA concludes preliminary round play on Aug. 14 against the No. 2 team from the Olympic qualifier.

All 12 of the U.S. players began competing for USA Basketball while still in high school or college, and in addition to their Olympic experience, Bird is a four-time USA World Championship Team member and three-time FIBA World Championship gold medalist; Catchings, Charles, McCoughtry, Moore, Taurasi and Whalen have captured two World Championship gold medals; Fowles earned gold at the 2010 Worlds; and Augustus, Griner and Stewart earned a gold medal at the 2014 FIBA World Championship. Additionally, Augustus, Bird, Catchings and Taurasi returned with a bronze medal from the 2006 FIBA World Championship.


Auriemma will be assisted through the 2016 Olympic Games by DePaul University’s Doug Bruno, the Minnesota Lynx’ Cheryl Reeve and University of South Carolina’s Dawn Staley.

The 2016 U.S. Olympic Women’s Basketball Team was selected by the USA Basketball Women’s National Team Player Selection Committee. Chaired by Callan, the committee includes: WNBA appointees Reneé Brown, WNBA chief of basketball operations and player relations; Dan Hughes, head coach and general manager of the San Antonio Stars; and Chris Sienko, vice president and general manager of the Connecticut Sun; and three-time Olympic and two-time FIBA World Championship gold medalist Katie Smith, who played in nearly 200 games for USA Basketball from 1993-2008 and serves as the athlete representative.

2016 Olympic Games
The 2016 Olympic Games will be held Aug. 5-21 in Rio de Janeiro. A total of 12 nations will compete in the Olympic women’s basketball competition. In addition to host Brazil and the USA, which earned its berth by virtue of winning gold at the 2014 FIBA World Championship, the gold-medal winning teams from each of FIBA’s five zones have qualified for Rio, including Australia (FIBA Oceania), Canada (FIBA Americas), Japan (FIBA Asia), Senegal (FIBA Africa) and Serbia (FIBA Europe).

The top-placing teams in each zone tournament — not including the champions — qualified for the 2016 FIBA World Olympic Qualifying Tournament (June 13-19, 2016 @ Nantes, France), and those teams include: Cameroon and Nigeria from FIBA Africa; Argentina, Cuba and Venezuela from FIBA Americas; China and South Korea from FIBA Asia; Belarus, France, Spain and Turkey from FIBA Europe; and New Zealand from FIBA Oceania.

U.S. Olympic women’s basketball teams have earned a record seven gold medals, one silver medal and one bronze medal, and are 58-3 all-time in Olympic competition. The 2016 U.S. team will enter Rio riding a 41-game Olympic winning streak that dates back to the 1992 Barcelona Olympics bronze medal game.

Since the inception of the 1995-96 USA Basketball Women’s National Team program, the USA National Team, in addition to its record five-straight Olympic gold medals, has captured four FIBA World Championship gold medals, one FIBA World Championship bronze medal and one FIBA Americas Championship gold medal, while compiling a remarkable 86-1 record for a .989 winning percentage in those events. Further, USA National Teams in exhibition contests since 1995 boast of a 186-15 record (.925 winning percentage).

USA Basketball
Based in Colorado Springs, Colorado, USA Basketball, chaired by Jerry Colangelo, is a nonprofit organization and the national governing body for men’s and women’s basketball in the United States. As the recognized governing body for basketball in the U.S. by the International Basketball Federation (FIBA) and the United States Olympic Committee (USOC), USA Basketball is responsible for the selection, training and fielding of USA teams that compete in FIBA-sponsored international competitions, as well as for some national competitions, and for the development of youth basketball initiatives that address player development, coach education and safety.

USA Basketball men’s and women’s teams between 2012-15 compiled a spectacular 151-6 win-loss record in FIBA and FIBA Americas competitions, the World University Games and the Nike Hoop Summit, and posted a 92-15 win-loss record in official FIBA and FIBA Americas 3×3 competitions.

USA teams are the current men’s and women’s champions in the Olympics; men’s FIBA World Cup and women’s FIBA World Championship; men’s and women’s FIBA U19 and U17 World Championships; men’s and women’s FIBA Americas U18 Championships; men’s FIBA Americas U16 Championship; the FIBA 3×3 Women’s World Championship; and the women’s Youth Olympic Games. USA Basketball currently ranks No. 1 in all five of FIBA’s world-ranking categories, including combined, men’s, women’s, boys and girls.

For further information about USA Basketball, go to the official website of USA Basketball at www.usab.com and connect with us on facebook.com/usabasketball, twitter.com/usabasketball, plus.google.com/+usabasketball, instagram.com/usabasketball and youtube.com/usab.

2016 U.S. Olympic Women’s Basketball Team
G/F Seimone Augustus, Minnesota Lynx
G Sue Bird, Seattle Storm
F Tamika Catchings, Indiana Fever
C Tina Charles, New York Liberty
G/F Elena Delle Donne, Chicago Sky
C Sylvia Fowles, Minnesota Lynx
C Brittney Griner, Phoenix Mercury
G/F Angel McCoughtry, Atlanta Dream
F Maya Moore, Minnesota Lynx
F/C Breanna Stewart, Seattle Storm
G Diana Taurasi, Phoenix Mercury
G Lindsay Whalen, Minnesota Lynx

Head Coach: Geno Auriemma, University of Connecticut
Assistant Coach: Doug Bruno, DePaul University
Assistant Coach: Cheryl Reeve, Minnesota Lynx
Assistant Coach: Dawn Staley, University of South Carolina


The 2016 USA Basketball Showcase presented by Verizon will feature the USA Basketball Men’s National Team playing five domestic exhibition games and conducting training camps in Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Oakland, Chicago and Houston, USA Basketball announced today. 
Tickets for the USA Basketball Showcase exhibition games will go on sale starting April 29. VIP ticket packages available in select markets. For ticket information visit USAB.COM/SHOWCASE
The exhibition tour is being promoted by AEG Live’s Concerts West.
The USA Men’s National Team will open the 2016 USA Basketball Showcase facing South American rival and FIBA’s No. 4 ranked world power Argentina in Las Vegas at a site to be announced on Friday, July 22 (all game times are to be announced).
 The U.S. will play two exhibition games versus 2015 FIBA Asia zone champ China, the first at the Staples Center in Los Angeles on July 24 and the second will be held July 26 at Oracle Arena in Oakland.
Continuing its exhibition tour in Chicago, the USA will play on July 29 at the United Center versus 2015 FIBA Americas gold medalist Venezuela and will conclude the USA Basketball Showcase facing 2015 FIBA Africa zone champion Nigeria on Aug. 1 in Houston at the Toyota Center.
“With only a short period of training available, our training and exhibition games are critical in helping us prepare for the challenges we will face in Rio in defending our gold medal,” said Jerry Colangelo, USA Basketball chairman and national team managing director. “We’re excited to give USA Basketball fans nationwide the opportunity to see their USA National Team in Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Oakland, Chicago and Houston.”
“Building our team chemistry quickly is vital, and the 2016 USA Basketball Showcase will offer our players and coaches the opportunity to become familiar with each other, to develop chemistry and to gain critical international experience against a variety of differing styles,” said USA and Duke University head coach Mike Krzyzewski. “We’ll face some excellent and experienced international teams, which will be important in our preparations. Playing five exhibition games in the United States in front of home crowds will be memorable for our players and fans alike, and we look forward to representing the United States in the best manner we can.”
The 2016 Olympic Games men’s basketball competition will feature national teams from 12 countries competing Aug. 6-21 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Krzyzewski will be assisted on the USA bench by Syracuse University’s Hall of Fame coach Jim Boeheim and NBA coaches Tom Thibodeau (Minnesota Timberwolves) and Monty Williams (Oklahoma City Thunder).
The 31 finalists for the U.S. Men’s Olympic Team include: LaMarcus AldridgeCarmelo AnthonyHarrison BarnesBradley BealJimmy ButlerMike ConleyDeMarcus CousinsStephen CurryAnthony DavisDeMar DeRozanAndre DrummondKevin DurantKenneth FariedRudy Gay;Paul GeorgeDraymond GreenBlake GriffinJames HardenGordon HaywardDwight HowardAndre IguodalaKyrie IrvingLeBron JamesDeAndre JordanKawhi LeonardDamian LillardKevin LoveChris PaulKlay ThompsonJohn Wall; and Russell Westbrook.
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ClutchNBA: Steve Kerr se lleva el Dirigente del Año en la NBA con la ayuda de Luke Walton


 Warriors’ Steve Kerr named 2015-16 NBA Coach of the Year


NEW YORK – The Golden State Warriors’ Steve Kerr, whose team won an NBA-record 73 games, is the recipient of the Red Auerbach Trophy as the 2015-16 NBA Coach of the Year, the NBA announced today.  He becomes the Warriors’ first winner since Don Nelson in the 1991-92 season.

Kerr, in his second season as Golden State head coach, received 64 first-place votes and 381 total points from a panel of 130 sportswriters and broadcasters throughout the United States and Canada.  The Portland Trail Blazers’ Terry Stotts, who guided his team to the playoffs with four new starters, finished second with 37 first-place votes and 335 total points.  Three-time winner Gregg Popovich of the San Antonio Spurs was third with 10 first-place votes and 166 total points.  Coaches were awarded five points for each first-place vote, three points for each second-place vote and one point for each third-place vote.

Under Kerr and assistant coach Luke Walton, who served as interim head coach until Kerr returned from back-surgery complications in January, the Warriors (73-9) posted the best regular-season record in league history, eclipsing the 1995-96 Chicago Bulls (72-10).  The defending NBA champions opened the season 24-0, the best start in league history, which pushed their overall regular-season winning streak to 28 games, the second longest of all time.

The Warriors set NBA records for single-season road victories (34) and consecutive home regular-season wins (54, including 18 victories to finish last season), and went 39-2 at Oracle Arena for the second season in a row.  Golden State also became the first team to go through a season without losing two games in a row or losing to the same team twice.

The Warriors excelled at both ends of the court.  They established an NBA record with 1,077 three-pointers, part of a high-powered offense that posted the league’s highest scoring average (114.9 ppg) since the 1991-92 season and led the NBA in offensive rating (112.5 points per 100 possessions), field goal percentage (48.7), three-point field goal percentage (41.6, second highest in NBA history) and assists (28.9 apg).  On defense, the Warriors tied for fourth in defensive rating, allowing 100.9 points per 100 possessions.

The Coach of the Year Award is named after legendary coach and Hall of Famer Red Auerbach, who guided the Celtics to nine NBA championships.  In 1996, Auerbach was honored as one of the Top 10 Coaches in NBA History as the NBA celebrated its 50th anniversary.

For the third year in a row, complete media voting results for each NBA annual award will be posted on NBA.com/official after the announcement of each winner.  Click here for those results.

Below are the balloting results for the 2015-16 NBA Coach of the Year.  The balloting was tabulated by the independent accounting firm of Ernst & Young LLP.

2015-16 NBA COACH OF THE YEAR RESULTS

Coach, Team                                     1st                       2nd                3rd                 Pts

Steve Kerr, Golden State                  64                 18                 7                   381
Terry Stotts, Portland                        37                 38                 36                 335
Gregg Popovich, San Antonio            10                 32                 20                 166
Steve Clifford, Charlotte                    7                   16                 15                 98
Dwane Casey, Toronto                       6                   12                 17                 83
Brad Stevens, Boston                         5                   10                 19                 74
Dave Joerger, Memphis                      1                   1                   3                   11
Doc Rivers, L.A. Clippers                  —                   1                   2                   5
Luke Walton, Golden State (interim) —                   1                   2                   5
Erik Spoelstra, Miami                         —                   —                   4                   4
Quin Snyder, Utah                              —                   1                   —                   3
Rick Carlisle, Dallas                            —                   —                   3                   3
Mike Budenholzer, Atlanta                —                   —                   1                   1
Billy Donovan, Oklahoma City          —                   —                   1                   1

Below is the list of all-time winners:

ALL-TIME NBA COACH OF THE YEAR WINNERS

1962-63 – Harry Gallatin, St. Louis
1963-64 – Alex Hannum, San Francisco
1964-65 – Red Auerbach, Boston
1965-66 – Dolph Schayes, Philadelphia
1966-67 – Johnny Kerr, Chicago
1967-68 – Richie Guerin, St. Louis
1968-69 – Gene Shue, Baltimore
1969-70 – Red Holzman, New York
1970-71 – Dick Motta, Chicago
1971-72 – Bill Sharman, Los Angeles Lakers
1972-73 – Tom Heinsohn, Boston
1973-74 – Ray Scott, Detroit
1974-75 – Phil Johnson, Kansas City-Omaha
1975-76 – Bill Fitch, Cleveland
1976-77 – Tom Nissalke, Houston
1977-78 – Hubie Brown, Atlanta
1978-79 – Cotton Fitzsimmons, Kansas City
1979-80 – Bill Fitch, Boston
1980-81 – Jack McKinney, Indiana
1981-82 – Gene Shue, Washington
1982-83 – Don Nelson, Milwaukee
1983-84 – Frank Layden, Utah
1984-85 – Don Nelson, Milwaukee
1985-86 – Mike Fratello, Atlanta
1986-87 – Mike Schuler, Portland
1987-88 – Doug Moe, Denver
1988-89 – Cotton Fitzsimmons, Phoenix
1989-90 – Pat Riley, Los Angeles Lakers
1990-91 – Don Chaney, Houston
1991-92 – Don Nelson, Golden State
1992-93 – Pat Riley, New York
1993-94 – Lenny Wilkens, Atlanta
1994-95 – Del Harris, Los Angeles Lakers
1995-96 – Phil Jackson, Chicago
1996-97 – Pat Riley, Miami
1997-98 – Larry Bird, Indiana
1998-99 – Mike Dunleavy, Portland
1999-00 – Doc Rivers, Orlando
2000-01 – Larry Brown, Philadelphia
2001-02 – Rick Carlisle, Detroit
2002-03 – Gregg Popovich, San Antonio
2003-04 – Hubie Brown, Memphis
2004-05 – Mike D’Antoni, Phoenix
2005-06 – Avery Johnson, Dallas
2006-07 – Sam Mitchell, Toronto
2007-08 – Byron Scott, New Orleans
2008-09 – Mike Brown, Cleveland
2009-10 – Scott Brooks, Oklahoma City
2010-11 – Tom Thibodeau, Chicago
2011-12 – Gregg Popovich, San Antonio
2012-13 – George Karl, Denver
2013-14 – Gregg Popovich, San Antonio
2014-15 – Mike Budenholzer, Atlanta
2015-16 – Steve Kerr, Golden State