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Discussion in 'NFL Draft' started by steverife, Dec 13, 2019.
How many WR do we need?
davis, Brown, hump will all still be here. Sharpe is a FA and may not be.
Just signed Batson too
If we go to FA Dupree would be the one i want us to pursue.
Simmons will be a monster next year. He will be over a year away from acl surgery. Anybody clowning the pick is a moron who doesn't know football. Simmons was top 5 talent.
Yeah WR class is super deep. Could easily find great depth in rounds 3/4/5. Juaun Jennings would be a fantastic replacement for Sharpe as a 3rd down receiver and he's projected to go no higher than the 3rd round.
I'm a UT grad and I dont think Jennings is going to amount to crap in the NFL. Dude absolutely bombed the combine. 4.73 40 and 29" vertical are laughable. I'm rooting for the guy but he is not in the conversation before round 6-7 anymore.
Ya unfortunately he had a pretty bad combine. On the flip side, Chase Claypool had an unreal combine
There are 20 or 30 viable wide receiver picks that didnt get kicked off their team, stomp someone's face, and run a 4.7 at the combine.
Terrell Lewis. 6'5 260lbs. 37 inch vertical. late 1st - early 2nd rd projection. He would probably be ranked much higher if not for his injury history. He missed half of his freshman season after tearing a ligament in his elbow. He then tore his acl before his sophomore year causing him to miss the season. This year he had 6.5 sacks and 11 tfl. Those numbers are definitely deflated due to his previous injuries, but the fact that he came back after not playing football for 2 years and balled out is really impressive. His 37 inch vertical at 262 lbs is insane(almost identical to J Clowney's measurables) Looking forward to him running at his pro day. If he runs a sub 4.6 he'll probably be a lock for the 1st round. Sounds like he could be our kinda guy.