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Conquest8089


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PostPosted: Tue Jan 22, 2013 4:21 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Cordarrelle Patterson Tennessee
Justin Hunter Tennessee
Keenan Allen California
Tavon Austin WVU
Terrance Williams Baylor
DeAndre Hopkins Clemson
Robert Woods USC
Quinton Patton Louisiana Tech
Da'Rick Rogers Tennessee Tech
Chad Bumphis Mississippi State

DeAndre Hopkins production is there, but to me his difficulty separating is a major cause for concern. The two Vols Prospects have the size, speed and explosiveness to be elite wideouts in the league.

Keenan Allen's diminished production is largely due to ineptitude at the QB position, but I still question his explosiveness.

Tavon Austin is a versatile player that will fall to Round 2. Lots of concerns about work ethic not specifically with Tavon, but with the entire West Virginia Program. Dana Holgersen runs a bit of a country club.

Williams has size & speed. I dislike his lanky frame and route running. Really question if he could get off the line against press coverage, and he's not ideally suited for the slot.

Robert Woods is underrated, but he's more of a chain mover than an explosive guy.

Patton's production is there and he has the build. Solid 3rd Round prospect.

Rogers you have the major Red Flags, but you cannot question his measuarables. Could end up sliding into the top of Round 2.

Bumphis is the most underrated of the group.
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PostPosted: Tue Jan 22, 2013 4:34 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Conquest8089 wrote:
Cordarrelle Patterson Tennessee
Justin Hunter Tennessee
Keenan Allen California
Tavon Austin WVU
Terrance Williams Baylor
DeAndre Hopkins Clemson
Robert Woods USC
Quinton Patton Louisiana Tech
Da'Rick Rogers Tennessee Tech
Chad Bumphis Mississippi State

DeAndre Hopkins production is there, but to me his difficulty separating is a major cause for concern. The two Vols Prospects have the size, speed and explosiveness to be elite wideouts in the league.

Keenan Allen's diminished production is largely due to ineptitude at the QB position, but I still question his explosiveness.

Tavon Austin is a versatile player that will fall to Round 2. Lots of concerns about work ethic not specifically with Tavon, but with the entire West Virginia Program. Dana Holgersen runs a bit of a country club.

Williams has size & speed. I dislike his lanky frame and route running. Really question if he could get off the line against press coverage, and he's not ideally suited for the slot.

Robert Woods is underrated, but he's more of a chain mover than an explosive guy.

Patton's production is there and he has the build. Solid 3rd Round prospect.

Rogers you have the major Red Flags, but you cannot question his measuarables. Could end up sliding into the top of Round 2.

Bumphis is the most underrated of the group.


Bumphis over Wheaton?
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PostPosted: Tue Jan 22, 2013 6:22 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Conquest8089 wrote:
Cordarrelle Patterson Tennessee
Justin Hunter Tennessee
Keenan Allen California
Tavon Austin WVU
Terrance Williams Baylor
DeAndre Hopkins Clemson
Robert Woods USC
Quinton Patton Louisiana Tech
Da'Rick Rogers Tennessee Tech
Chad Bumphis Mississippi State

DeAndre Hopkins production is there, but to me his difficulty separating is a major cause for concern. The two Vols Prospects have the size, speed and explosiveness to be elite wideouts in the league.

Keenan Allen's diminished production is largely due to ineptitude at the QB position, but I still question his explosiveness.

Tavon Austin is a versatile player that will fall to Round 2. Lots of concerns about work ethic not specifically with Tavon, but with the entire West Virginia Program. Dana Holgersen runs a bit of a country club.

Williams has size & speed. I dislike his lanky frame and route running. Really question if he could get off the line against press coverage, and he's not ideally suited for the slot.

Robert Woods is underrated, but he's more of a chain mover than an explosive guy.

Patton's production is there and he has the build. Solid 3rd Round prospect.

Rogers you have the major Red Flags, but you cannot question his measuarables. Could end up sliding into the top of Round 2.

Bumphis is the most underrated of the group.


who are there NFL comparisons?
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PostPosted: Tue Jan 22, 2013 6:56 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

reckless123 wrote:
Conquest8089 wrote:
Cordarrelle Patterson Tennessee
Justin Hunter Tennessee
Keenan Allen California
Tavon Austin WVU
Terrance Williams Baylor
DeAndre Hopkins Clemson
Robert Woods USC
Quinton Patton Louisiana Tech
Da'Rick Rogers Tennessee Tech
Chad Bumphis Mississippi State

DeAndre Hopkins production is there, but to me his difficulty separating is a major cause for concern. The two Vols Prospects have the size, speed and explosiveness to be elite wideouts in the league.

Keenan Allen's diminished production is largely due to ineptitude at the QB position, but I still question his explosiveness.

Tavon Austin is a versatile player that will fall to Round 2. Lots of concerns about work ethic not specifically with Tavon, but with the entire West Virginia Program. Dana Holgersen runs a bit of a country club.

Williams has size & speed. I dislike his lanky frame and route running. Really question if he could get off the line against press coverage, and he's not ideally suited for the slot.

Robert Woods is underrated, but he's more of a chain mover than an explosive guy.

Patton's production is there and he has the build. Solid 3rd Round prospect.

Rogers you have the major Red Flags, but you cannot question his measuarables. Could end up sliding into the top of Round 2.

Bumphis is the most underrated of the group.


who are there NFL comparisons?

1. Da'Rick Rogers (Dez Bryant)
2. Keenan Allen (Miles Austin with better COD skills)
3. Cordarrelle Patterson (tough one, I guess Roddy White)
4. Quinton Patton (Santonio Holmes)
5. Terrence Williams (not sure, he seems like he can fit a few profiles)
6. Justin Hunter (poor man's T.O.)
7. Tavon Austin (Jacoby Ford? I dunno, he's pretty unique)
8. Robert Woods (Nate Burleson meets Marvin Harrison)
9. Stedman Bailey (Steve Smith)
10. De'Andre Hopkins (Sidney Rice)
11. Markus Wheaton (T.J. Graham)
12. Aaron Dobson (Hakeem Nicks with smaller hands)
13. Cobi Hamilton (Sidney Rice as well)
14. Ryan Swope (Julian Edelman meets Wes Welker)
15. Tavarres King (a smaller Marques Colston)
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PostPosted: Sat Jan 26, 2013 8:19 am    Post subject: Re: Rank the WRs of the 2013 Draft Reply with quote

jrry32 wrote:
I thought this would be an interesting thread with such a strong WR class. Feel free to edit or post new rankings from now until the draft. Here's my 1st WR rankings, I know it'll change between now and draft day many times:
1. Terrance Williams
2. Keenan Allen
3. Justin Hunter
4. Tavon Austin
5. Markus Wheaton
6. Cordarrelle Patterson
7. DeAndre Hopkins
8. Da'Rick Rodgers
9. Quinton Patton
10. Stedman Bailey
11. Robert Woods
12. Cobi Hamilton
13. Tavarres King
14. Marquise Goodwin
15. Marquess Wilson


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PostPosted: Sat Jan 26, 2013 10:55 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

reckless123 wrote:
who are there NFL comparisons?


1. Terrance Williams - Isaac Bruce. Very good comparison.
2. Cordarelle Patterson - Julio Jones with quicker feet/hips.
3. Justin Hunter - Ochocinco
4. Deadre Hopkins - Slower Sidney Rice
5. Keenan Allen - TJ Houshmanzadah
6. Darrick Rodgers - Mike Irvin. Dez is a poor comparison, Dez is 3 steps faster
7. Tavon Austin - Percy Harvin/Desean Jackson
8. Robert Woods - Slower Reggie Wayne
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