WRs to look at in the draft

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    WRs to look at in the draft

    Marcus Davis -V. Tech

    Justin Hunter - Tennessee

    Trerance Williams  - Baylor

    Cordarelle Patterson - tennessee

     

     
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    Re: WRs to look at in the draft

    In response to leatherhelmet's comment:

    Give me Terrance Williams...




    Lets Get 2 Add Justin Hunter....

     
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    Can you guys give me a list of all prospected 3rd round WRs, please? Don't follow NCAA and I believe that that is where BB will go for skill position players. 

     
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    Can you guys give me a list of all prospected 3rd round WRs, please? Don't follow NCAA and I believe that that is where BB will go for skill position players. 



    Quinton Patton    Louisiana Tech

    Cobi Hamilton  Arkansaw

    Stedman Bailey  West Virginia

    Kenny Stills    Oklahoma

    Ryan Swope     Texas A&M

    Aaron Dobson    Marshall

     
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    Re: WRs to look at in the draft

    In response to 49Patriots' comment:

    Can you guys give me a list of all prospected 3rd round WRs, please? Don't follow NCAA and I believe that that is where BB will go for skill position players. 




    thata's the problem, we need some first round talent for once.

     
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    In response to bobbysu's comment:

    Last year wanted the Pats to Draft Harrison Smith in the worst way. This year my man is Ryan Swope.




    LOL, haven't you seen that thread about too many white guys on offense

     
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    Re: WRs to look at in the draft

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    Can you guys give me a list of all prospected 3rd round WRs, please? Don't follow NCAA and I believe that that is where BB will go for skill position players. 

     




    thata's the problem, we need some first round talent for once.

     



    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/1155243-2012-nfl-draft-how-often-do-wide-receviers-bust-in-the-1st-round

     
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    Re: WRs to look at in the draft

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    Last year wanted the Pats to Draft Harrison Smith in the worst way. This year my man is Ryan Swope.

     




    LOL, haven't you seen that thread about too many white guys on offense

     

     



    No problem I'll take another Troy Brown instead.

     




    me too, as long as he's 6'4 and can pound Pollard in the ground

     
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    KPat, give me Conner Vernon of Duke in the 3rd round - he has size, hands, moves and good, not great speed.  He is a solid choice here and I hope the Pats do not sleep on him!

     
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    BB could draft a WR or get one in FA (Amendola). Definite bust potential with 1st round WRs.

     
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    3RD Round Kenny Stills OU would be my pick.

     
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    Hey Kansas,

    I was pretty high on Davis given his size and athletic ability until I saw his run blocking. The kid wouldn't even attempt to get his hands dirty. He seemed to care more about not breaking a nail then to provide any type of effort to block. That type of attitude just wouldn't fly in NE and I think it really shows where his priorities are. If he's not directly involved in the play he won't give effort. We don't need a diva like him on the team

     
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    Re: WRs to look at in the draft

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    Hey Kansas,

    I was pretty high on Davis given his size and athletic ability until I saw his run blocking. The kid wouldn't even attempt to get his hands dirty. He seemed to care more about not breaking a nail then to provide any type of effort to block. That type of attitude just wouldn't fly in NE and I think it really shows where his priorities are. If he's not directly involved in the play he won't give effort. We don't need a diva like him on the team



    Who does he think he is Moss or Owens

     
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    Re: WRs to look at in the draft

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    Hey Kansas,

    I was pretty high on Davis given his size and athletic ability until I saw his run blocking. The kid wouldn't even attempt to get his hands dirty. He seemed to care more about not breaking a nail then to provide any type of effort to block. That type of attitude just wouldn't fly in NE and I think it really shows where his priorities are. If he's not directly involved in the play he won't give effort. We don't need a diva like him on the team

     



    Who does he think he is Moss or Owens

     



    If he had that type of talent that would be one thing but he doesn't, lol

     
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    Re: WRs to look at in the draft

    Patterson is my FAVORITE receiver in the class, BY FAR. 

    Receivers by order of my preference for the Pats (not the same as the market's ranking of WRs)

    Patterson (Probably out of reach)

    Hopkins

    Austin

    Woods

    Swope

    Currently projected high picks that don't excite me

    Allen

    Hunter

    Williams

    Rogers

    Mid rounder fave

    Wheaton 

    Potential late rounders I like

    Vernon (Is that his name? I think he's from Duke)

    Boyce

    Hoffman

    Receivers I liked last year but have not checked out this year

    Siller

    Stills (looked more like a slot last year)

    Reynolds (was suspended then reinstated, but can't find recent info on him)

     
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    Re: WRs to look at in the draft

    BB plots to get an undrafted gem like Victor Cruz or Wes Welker.

     
     
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    Re: WRs to look at in the draft

    Pats 1st pick should be for the Best Safety that can cover and hit--it's a passing league and the Pats desperatly need a good safety next to McC? Then a pass rushing Dlineman to go with Vince, then a deep threat WR,then CB or Olineman that can RUN block for Pats up and coming RBs.

     

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