Mark Harrison - WR

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    Mark Harrison - WR

    I'm liking the looks of this WR

     

    http://www.sbnation.com/nfl-mock-draft/2013/4/4/4164796/2013-nfl-draft-sleepers-wide-receivers-mark-harrison

     
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    Re: Mark Harrison - WR

    STRENGTHS

     Great size, with a powerful build. Long arms. Uses his body to shield defenders from the football. Does a good job of coming back to the football. Better feet and quickness on comeback routes than you'd expect. Big-play and red-zone threat. Difficult to bring down with the ball in his hands, will run through arm tackles. Competitor. Good footwork as a blocker, extends arms, and gains proper position.

    WEAKNESSES

     Inconsistent with his hands, will drop some easy ones. Doesn't always extend off his frame like he should. A bit stiff in the hips, and will struggle with outbreaking routes. Will too frequently catch his targets as a blocker instead of attacking. Never has had tremendous production.

     

     
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    His weaknesses are probaly related to poor QBs. This is the kind of WR we've been needing.

     
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    here are some highlights.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YOiwIK_2FiE

     
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    Thanks. Kid can leap, and has breakway speed

     
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    He looks like Anquan Boldin.

     
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    He looks like Anquan Boldin.




    I was thinking that too.

     
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    he can be a reach in the 7th. don`t u think?Dude take a look at Marquess Wilson, good player too, but he had problems with his team

     
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    If you're lookin for an "Anquan Boldin" type... check out KSU's Chris Harper... Ricky was on him pretty early... good sized kid, moves well... not a ton of seperation, but really uses his size/body effectively, especially near the goal line.  He's prob a late Day 2/Early Day 3 kid.

    As for Harrison... I do think that he's a decent size/speed/upside type kid, late in Day 3.

     
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    A lot of bigs in this draft! So the Patriots should be able to find one they like in round two.

     
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    In response to kansaspatriot's comment:

    His weaknesses are probaly related to poor QBs. This is the kind of WR we've been needing.



    "Inconsistent with his hands, will drop some easy ones" How does this relate to poor QB? A WR with poor hands and never been prodcutive? I dont think he is what we need around here.

     
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    A lot of bigs in this draft! So the Patriots should be able to find one they like in round two.



    like da rick rogers or dobson kid

     
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    In response to PATSchampsSB's comment:

    He looks like Anquan Boldin.



    hes a lot bigger than boldin. 6 3 230 (and he may actually weigh more)

    with a pick like this, better have a sure wr pick to go with

     
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    His weaknesses are probaly related to poor QBs. This is the kind of WR we've been needing.



    I have to agree qith Quag. Inconsistent hands, catching with body, catching as a blocker is signs of poor WR play in general. With the exception of the hands it's good qualties for a guy running quik 5yrd slants as he'll box out the defender well but any type of outside WR those aren't on the QB and the aren't traits you would want to look for. But, in the 7th his triangles numbers as very appealing and worth a risk if they feel he can be coached up

     
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    If you're lookin for an "Anquan Boldin" type... check out KSU's Chris Harper... Ricky was on him pretty early... good sized kid, moves well... not a ton of seperation, but really uses his size/body effectively, especially near the goal line.  He's prob a late Day 2/Early Day 3 kid.

    As for Harrison... I do think that he's a decent size/speed/upside type kid, late in Day 3.




    harper is the same wieght, but shorter. Rather have hHrrison, he's taller and faster

     
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    Inconsistent hands . . . Brady will never throw to him so why even waste a pick to put him on the team?

     
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    In response to mbeaulieu07's comment:

     

    If you're lookin for an "Anquan Boldin" type... check out KSU's Chris Harper... Ricky was on him pretty early... good sized kid, moves well... not a ton of seperation, but really uses his size/body effectively, especially near the goal line.  He's prob a late Day 2/Early Day 3 kid.

    As for Harrison... I do think that he's a decent size/speed/upside type kid, late in Day 3.

     




    harper is the same wieght, but shorter. Rather have hHrrison, he's taller and faster

     



    Harper is a much better prospect at this point and has demonstrated an ability to box out defenders with his size... given the choice of one or the other, I'd take Harper all day... he'll also be gone sometime in Rd 3 or 4 vs Harrison who should be a  Rd 6 or 7 kid.

     
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