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2. Branden Smith, Atlanta (Ga.) Washington (UGA)
3. Greg Reid, Valdosta (Ga.) (Florida State)
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I ain't skrr'd o Hoo-lio.
He was a good one. Quite a few knuckleheads in that CB class though.
If only Greg Reid could have put the pot down he would still be at FSU and looking at a nice NFL contract
Yeah. That's the danger of taking a chance on a guy out of a small town in Arkansas that doesn't have crazy measurables. No way to really know for sure on guys like that.
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I think Gilmore should have been top 5. He was drafted number 10.
My son's message to Obama, Clemson, and Georgia
He played his freshman year. He sucked then and sucks now as a senior.
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Was Mo Claiborne listed as an athlete that year?
Three-star athlete according to TOS.
Dayum. That was a slight misevaluation to say the least.
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Branden Smith has underperformed for a guy that high. He would be a good player on offense if wed use him there more. Hes athletic as heck, just not quite physical enough at this point to be an elite CB.
This post was edited by MaybeNxtYear 18 months ago
Yeah his has been an interesting case. Once he got to UGA, I thought he was clearly an offensive player and felt like they would eventually just play him there. In high school, it seemed he was ready to roll at corner.
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