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Old 04-23-2009, 04:59 PM   #16
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I would be scared to touch Percy Harvin...

If you are blazing up right before YOU KNOW that you are gonna get tested then you aren't worth it...

I would be scared to touch Malcolm Jenkins...

ran a 4.55...teams aren't sure if he is a saftey or a CB...don't get me wrong, if he fell to Dallas's spot in the 2nd round (haha) I would take him in a heartbeat, but I don't think he should be a top 15 pick....this looks like a horrible year for CBs...


STEAL:

Juaquin Iglesias

6 foot 1 / 210 lbs. / 4.56 (almost identical to Crabtree)



he will end up being a solid #2 at aleast in the NFL...maybe a #1

watched all his games, he is clutch...
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Old 04-23-2009, 05:00 PM   #17
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Surprise Surprise Primetime picking a Sooner to be a great player.

BTW, Mark Bradley is a very good NFL WR when on the field.
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I think after Crabtree, Kenny Britt's going to be the best traditional WR from this draft.
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Sleeper:



He is a 6'2'', 207 pounder with 4.43 speed. His numbers were depressed because Florida spread the ball around so much in their spread but he performed when the ball was put in his hands. He averaged 17 yards per catch.
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Beanie Wells has all of the tools to be an absolute beast on the professional level. As a player, he really has no flaws. The only question will be his durability. He has MUCH more upside than LenDale White.

White's conditioning has always been a problem and it will always prevent him from being a feature back, imo. Wells is big, but that isn't fat... The guy is diesel.

IF Wells can stay healthy, he could be the next Jamal Lewis (Ravens version). That is a big if, though... He has struggled with injuries dating back to high school. I went to see him when he played for Akron Garfield and the guy was limping around back then.

Strictly going by skill, though, he is one of the best in this draft.
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Surprise Surprise Primetime picking a Sooner to be a great player.

BTW, Mark Bradley is a very good NFL WR when on the field.
Just wait till next year...

If Sam Bradford and Jermaine Gresham would have come out this year like they were supposed to then there would be 2 Sooners in the top 15 picks...
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Sleeper at the receiver position... Watch for Brian Robiskie. He is in the mold of a Larry Fitzgerald. He isn't going to blow you away with speed, but he has great size and great hands. He is great at coming down with the ball in a crowd. He also has great pedigree.
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Robiskie does look like he'll be a very good NFL wideout. Outstanding route-runner that's been bred for the position from birth. Seems like a poor man's (maybe middle class man's) Houshmanzedeh.
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Sleeper at the receiver position... Watch for Brian Robiskie. He is in the mold of a Larry Fitzgerald. He isn't going to blow you away with speed, but he has great size and great hands. He is great at coming down with the ball in a crowd. He also has great pedigree.

he is kind of considered a speed WR...

he is one of the guys that Dallas is predicted to take with their 2nd rd pick...
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I've been very impressed with Hakeem Nicks every time I've watched him play. He has an NFL body for sure. Reminds me a bit of Reggie Wayne.

Dasher - William Moore looks like a stud. I'm surprised he's projected to go in the second round. First round talent IMO.

Not to get ahead of myself but Taylor Mays is one of the greatest safety prospects I've ever seen. What a freak.
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he is one of the guys that Dallas is predicted to take with their 2nd rd pick...
Speed receiver? He is 6-foot-3, 210 pounds and he ran a 4.59 in the 40... ?

Whoever gets him in the second round is going to be happy. I'm hoping that the Browns bypass Crabtree for a defensive player in the first round and then snag Robiskie early in the second.

Personally, I think Robiskie will be a better pro than Maclin.
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Dasher - William Moore looks like a stud. I'm surprised he's projected to go in the second round. First round talent IMO.
Injuries and a poor Senior Bowl practice performance took the bloom off of his stock. Hopefully he falls far enough so the Cowboys won't have to package too many picks to move up to get him.
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Taylor Mays = the next coming of Sean Taylor.
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Speed receiver? He is 6-foot-3, 210 pounds and he ran a 4.59 in the 40... ?

Whoever gets him in the second round is going to be happy. I'm hoping that the Browns bypass Crabtree for a defensive player in the first round and then snag Robiskie early in the second.

Personally, I think Robiskie will be a better pro than Maclin.
well I know that Dallas is interested in him because he is considered a deep threat...

I didn't watch his games...and one of his weaknesses listed is a lack of quickness...

IDK...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9yMl-oBpFSw
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I dig the nickname "Robo" too...

real good chance he ends up in Dallas...
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Dasher how many Gators WRs did fans sleep on over the years?

I'll start you off

Jaquez Green
Reidel Anthony
Chad Johnson
Rece Caldwell


Oops, i said Wrs we slept on. Damn. My bad!

Shout out to Ike Hilliard tho. I'll let you fill out the list of Gators wideouts bud.
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