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Discussion in 'NFL Draft' started by Smash, Feb 26, 2012.

  1. Smash

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    Anybody watching this?

    This WR Stephen Hill kid is pretty decent. From GTs tripple option set, he's 6'4", 215 and runs 4.30. And got hands too.
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  2. LoneWolf

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    This kid is intriguing has outstanding size and speed. He is limited in the routes he can run, he mostly ran go-routes at Georgia Tech. He does have a problem with dropping big catches. He is very raw but if we are talking a 4th-5th round pick he is worth the risk.
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  3. HeadOnASwivel

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    Holy Bajezus!!

    RG3, really just ran 4.38!!

    Dude is a far, far better prospect than Mike Vick.

    I wonder if he gave the Colts some food for thought?
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  4. Smash

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    He's rated as a 3rd rounder pre-combine, so that's not gonna happen. I think he's in the 2nd at least now.
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  5. LoneWolf

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    After watching Peyton Manning for so long, it just seems odd to picture the Colts with a mobile QB such as Griffin. It almost seems like a lock that they are picking Luck. I have no doubt in my mind though that they are way the options of both players. One thing to consider is the extra dimension that Griffin has, and the fact the Colts do not have a true running back, could be losing Wayne, than after Wayne not to many guys standout. So having Griffin legs could help out a rebuilding Colts. On the other hand, Luck has some wheels too, and just seems like Peyton IQ and football instincts clone.
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  6. LoneWolf

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    Are we the Raiders now? Just because the guy has blazing speed does not warrant a second round pick. Their is a lot of upside with this kid, but we have to many other needs to address first. If he happens to fall in the 4th round, than he is worth the pick to us. I'm not taking anything away from him, he could very well go 2nd or 3rd round, we have to many needs to draft him that high.
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  7. Smash

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    I haven't made a hype for us to draft him. Just a neutral observation. And no effin way he falls to 4th.
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  8. LoneWolf

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    Which I never said he would fall into the 4th round either. Some team will more than likely take him in the 2nd or 3rd round because his potential. What I am saying we have to many needs to take him that high. If he some how does fall and is sitting their in the 4th round we should consider it. Just because he has track speed does not mean he will be a legit threat. He is "said" to have trouble reading coverages, finding holes in zone. He is a one-trick pony right now as he mostly ran go-routes at Georgie Tech, and what he will probably be doing the first few years until he get adjusted to the NFL. The kid does have potential.
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  9. griff33daddy

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    in one of my multiple mocks i've thrown out his name before but didnt know what his 40 was but i think alshon is going to move up the boards after his 40 too especially after his weight lost
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  10. LoneWolf

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    Jeffery didn't run his 40 it was disappointing because of his weight loss.
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