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Old 04-03-2010, 05:42 PM   #1
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Default Top 5 NCAA Wide Recievers 2010

Who do you guys think will be in the top 5 for best wide receivers this upcoming season?
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Old 04-03-2010, 06:26 PM   #2
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I like Jonathan Baldwin of Pittsburgh, AJ Green of Georgia, Julio Jones of Alabama, Michael Floyd of Notre Dame, and Malcolm Williams of Texas.
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Old 04-03-2010, 07:17 PM   #3
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Jonathan Baldwin is a freak. I don't know what our quarterback play will be like next season but he will put up numbers on talent alone.

On a side note, he once played on an AAU basketball team with Pryor, Dejaun Blair, and DJ Kennedy at St. Johns. I got to watch them play once at a tourney and they were stupid good. They beat everyone by at least 30.
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Default Re: Top 5 NCAA Wide Recievers 2010

I'm going to get a "homer" pick in here. And no, I wouldn't put him in the top 5, but keep an eye out on Greg Childs of Arkansas this year.

Last year, in SEC games, Childs lead the conference in the following:

Total receiving yards
Yards per game
Touchdowns
Yards per catch

And yes, that is in the same SEC as Julio Jones and A.J. Green And he's also in that same category of big physical receiver. He's listed at 6'4" 215.
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http://sports.espn.go.com/ncf/player...layerId=188558

Especially if Robert Marve really does have his head on straight now.
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Default Re: Top 5 NCAA Wide Recievers 2010

Jordan Shipley, he can make an impact on special teams as well. Many experts said he is the best route runner of the class; it will be interesting to see what he can do if he is not doubled or tripled all day.

Malcom Williams and Julio Jones have alot of physical skills but I have seen them shut down too many times in big games, and one on one at that. Still worth a shot though.

Dez Bryantmight be the next TO, on and off the field.
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Old 04-04-2010, 10:53 AM   #7
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Jordan Shipley, he can make an impact on special teams as well. Many experts said he is the best route runner of the class; it will be interesting to see what he can do if he is not doubled or tripled all day.

Malcom Williams and Julio Jones have alot of physical skills but I have seen them shut down too many times in big games, and one on one at that. Still worth a shot though.

Dez Bryantmight be the next TO, on and off the field.

Dez and Jordan are NFL prospects. College is done for them. Shipley is nothing more than a slot reciever in the NFL. And since thats being more popular nowadays he should be a nice find in the 2nd, early 3rd rd.
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Malcom Williams and Julio Jones have alot of physical skills but I have seen them shut down too many times in big games, and one on one at that. Still worth a shot though.

Dez Bryantmight be the next TO, on and off the field.
Julio did not face single coverage for more than a couple of plays at anytime last year.

T.O has never been in trouble off the field. I doubt Dez will ever be as big of a locker room presence as Owens either.
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Dez and Jordan are NFL prospects. College is done for them. Shipley is nothing more than a slot reciever in the NFL. And since thats being more popular nowadays he should be a nice find in the 2nd, early 3rd rd.

Yea, I didn't read it very thoroughly. I agree with Williams but don't have much faith in Jones.
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