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  1. #25
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    Re: WRs ....the 2014 version



    And Mariota stays in school. Good for him: he hasn't shown that he can deal with adversity in the form of a pass rush or being behind. Fix that next year and he's the #1 pick in 2015.




  2. #26

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    Assuming we sign Monroe long term, I will be super pissed if we don't draft a wr or TE in rd 1.




  3. #27

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    Quote Originally Posted by bt12483 View Post
    Assuming we sign Monroe long term, I will be super pissed if we don't draft a wr or TE in rd 1.
    It kinda fits doesn't it?
    No FS, ILB or C will have the value... despite being needs.
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  4. #28

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    What do you guys think about Jalen Saunders?

    He looks like a rich mans Andrew Hawkins to me.


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  5. #29

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raveninwoodlawn View Post
    What do you guys think about Jalen Saunders?

    He looks like a rich mans Andrew Hawkins to me.


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    I need to watch him much more...like right now on ABC for starters.

    Generally, I think a smaller scat-WR would be a good match-up in our division. Such a guy could be used like Ray was once effectively used in the passing game...despite being less of a run threat. From just generally stacking our board w/o a 4th and 5th rounder (Monroe), I think that our anticipated 5th round comp pick would be the earliest we'd take someone like him.
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  6. #30

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    With all the depth in this class, especially with if a lot these juniors declare, I think I'd pretty bummed if we didn't come out with one of those top 4 TE's and a starting level WR. Hoping we can keep Monroe, that would be the first step to making this a reality. Any combo of the receivers you guys have named with Amaro, Ebron, Fiedorwicz, or Austin-Seferian would be outstanding.




  7. #31

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    Is this guy Kelvin Benjamin for FSU eligible to come out this year?

    This guy looks like a monster.


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    Re: WRs ....the 2014 version

    Quote Originally Posted by Raveninwoodlawn View Post
    Is this guy Kelvin Benjamin for FSU eligible to come out this year?

    This guy looks like a monster.


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    Yep, he's eligible.

    I've read some words that he could be a 1st round pick, even a high first round pick. He can be compared to Mike Evans, being tall and everything. And he may very well become a top WR in the pros. I'm a little wary though. Comparing Evans to Benjamin, while they are both redshirt sophs, Benjamin is 2 1/2 years older. He's 22, 23 in February. I don't know details but that strikes me beings as pretty late to all of a sudden develop in college. Evans meanwhile has 1 year only of high school ball, redshirted his freshman year then becomes all-SEC immediately upon stepping on the field this year. I'm probably wrong but comparing the two makes me think that Evans is the one with a high ceiling and the real deal.




  9. #33

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    Yea Benjamin has been really overlooked but he's made plays all season. Terrific at the catch point, solid speed, will go across the middle. I think he'd be a nice get.




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    Re: WRs ....the 2014 version

    Benjamin is thick too. He's like 6'3" 235lbs or so.

    Decent speed for his size. I have him as a late second rounder right now.


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  11. #35

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    About where I have him too wicked, he's a good looking prospect!




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