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FinSinceBirth
11-13-2005, 06:02 PM
Who is the best college wide reciever? After the way chambers played today, I think we need to draft a Wr. Who do you guys suggest?

ether79
11-13-2005, 06:10 PM
In no particular order..Santonio Holmes, Derek Hagan, Jason Avant, Chad Jackson, Martin Nance, Mike Haas.

ih8brady
11-13-2005, 06:12 PM
Miami could use a young WR on day one.

DonShula84
11-13-2005, 06:13 PM
I wouldnt mind drafting a WR, it shouldnt be our first pick though

kastofsna120
11-13-2005, 06:20 PM
derek hagan

Jaj
11-13-2005, 06:40 PM
derek hagan

I'd concur. However there are better players to choose from where Hagan will be around. I wouldn't pass on Hawk for him.

FinSinceBirth
11-13-2005, 06:43 PM
derek hagan

Who was the wr that used to be in your signature?

Buddwalk
11-13-2005, 07:08 PM
Who was the wr that used to be in your signature?

He had mike hass there before.

Theres no wr in this draft thats groundbreaking but heres my top 5

1. Santonio Holmes [Would be better if he was in a passing offense]
2. Derek Hagan [Best all around reciever in the draft]
3. Martin Nance [Very solid wr just not pure speed]
4. Jeff Samardzija [Having a Huge Year]
5. Chad Jackson [Great playmaker but not a great route runner ala Chris Chambers]

Joneal7
11-13-2005, 08:42 PM
i kinda want Skyler Green

SMadison29
11-13-2005, 10:59 PM
1-Santonio Holmes, Ohio St*
2a-Demetrius Williams, Oregon
2b-Derek Hagan, Arizona St
4-Chad Jackson, Florida*
5-Greg Lee, Pittsburgh*
6-Martin Nance, Miami Ohio
7-Jason Avant, Michigan

Batman13
11-14-2005, 12:00 AM
How about that other huge Notre Dame receiver? Can't recall his name, but he tore up the Michigan State secondary (but hey, who doesn't?)

EDIT: Just remembered. The name is Stovar.

Batman13
11-14-2005, 12:03 AM
Actually the best option would be to wait a year on drafting a WR. Dewayne Jarrett and Calvin Johnson next year!

Buddwalk
11-14-2005, 12:08 AM
How about that other huge Notre Dame receiver? Can't recall his name, but he tore up the Michigan State secondary (but hey, who doesn't?)

EDIT: Just remembered. The name is Stovar.

Jeff Samardzija

Batman13
11-14-2005, 12:12 AM
Jeff Samardzija
Na, it wasn't Samardzija I was thinking of. It was Stovar, the other 6-5 beat at WR.

DonShula84
11-14-2005, 12:25 AM
How about that other huge Notre Dame receiver? Can't recall his name, but he tore up the Michigan State secondary (but hey, who doesn't?)

EDIT: Just remembered. The name is Stovar.

Stoval. Him and Samardzija are having huge years. Both 6'5 w/ decent speed. I dont think they will be drafted that high, but I wouldnt mind getting either one of them a bit later in the draft. I think Samardzija is only a junior though and assume he will come back.

SMadison29
11-14-2005, 12:40 AM
Maurice Stovall is the best NFL prospect of the three Notre Dame receivers (Samardzija & McKnight,inj). He has very good speed. What's frustrating with watching him, as was the same with Samardzija, was they dropped way too many passes prior to this year. Stovall has been hot of late & probably about the 10th best senior WR. Samardzija is just a junior & Rhema McKnight (after getting a medical redshirt this year) will return for Quinn to throw to.

DonShula84
11-14-2005, 12:58 AM
Maurice Stovall is the best NFL prospect of the three Notre Dame receivers (Samardzija & McKnight,inj). He has very good speed. What's frustrating with watching him, as was the same with Samardzija, was they dropped way too many passes prior to this year. Stovall has been hot of late & probably about the 10th best senior WR. Samardzija is just a junior & Rhema McKnight (after getting a medical redshirt this year) will return for Quinn to throw to.

I always thought Stovall looked slow in past years also. Weis came in and got him to drop some weight and he looks a lot quicker out there. He has really improved his blocking this year also. It's a shame McKnight got injured he has a lot of potential from what Ive seen of him but he'll help the passing game next year.