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Late IMO. Maybe fifth? He's not a proven commodity at RB or WR (or CB) so it'll be a large risk taking him.
Some are saying third but I wouldn't take him that early.
This post was edited by Ducksworth 18 months ago
I wouldn't draft him.
Id say late rounds around 5th
I think delta may need another bagger at Wal-Mart. My money is on delta taking him at register 8 or 9.
This post was edited by wps88 18 months ago
BornToBeRed said: WPS, just a head's up. We might be the most family-friendly board on the network, so take it easy on your normal wps-ness.
Depends on combine performance. He smokes the forty and/or catches the ball well. Who knows. I'm gonna be a homer and say third round
What you eat, don't make me shit.
Agree with this statement. I think he will smoke his forty time. An could see a team drafting him for the special teams impact alone. If a team takes him before the the third it would be a reach, an after the sixth would be a bargain. IMO.
He's so explosive a team will take a chance in the 3rd IMO, and have him return kicks and work on his receiving skills.
I always get a kick out of it when people suggest him as a return man. Yeah, let's take the injury-prone 190 pounder and give NFL linebackers a 50 yard running start before hitting him. That will end well.
I'll say somewhere in the fourth.
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Non draft invitee ...but he will definitely get worked out.
Yeah because Devin Hester, Dante Hall, Trindon Holliday are so much bigger. Oh wait ...
Devin Hester is 190 lbs an as far as saying him being a return man its all about putting him in space with his speed an moves.
Depends on how badly the Knicks need a point guard.
Middle rounds. Have a feeling he could be very effective in the right offense. Similar to Randall Cobb for GB.
Injury prone? Are you serious? He missed two games due to a freak injury. He has played every other game in his career, except when he wasn't a starter back as a freshman. How is that injury prone??
I would say around 4th round.
i would say 6th round at this point but he will have his opportunity at the combine/pro day to throw up a nice 40/shuttle drill and prove he can catch the ball.
Might be saying third if he proves he can play WR and goes through drills well. I personally wouldnt take him that early but there are a ton of terrible GMs in the NFL.
The QB turned WR almost never works and I just dont think its worth the risk until maybe late 5th for a team who needs a playmaker on offense who has a great D
This might be one of the most uninformed posts I've ever read.
Oh come on, there's much better material out there IMO
If he can get up to about 210-215 lbs and still clock a low 4.4 he will go in the 3rd or 4th. Someone like Washington, Carolina or the 49ers would probably love to have him mixed in with their offenses. If he can add some weight and show he can catch then he will make someone very happy.
Would be a fun toy for the saints.
True... But every point he made is inaccurate. Denard missed 2 games in 4 years. He's not injury prone.
ESPN lists him closer to 6'0 200. Devin Hester is 5'11 190 and he's the greatest return man ever. Dexter McCluster is 5'8 170. Stefan Logan (Lions returner) is 5'6 180 (but he sucks). Steve Breaston is one of the best returners Michigan has had recently and he's 6'0 189.
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