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ClemsonDolphinS
03-11-2006, 06:00 PM
And with the number 16 pick in the 2006 NFL draft the Miami Dolphins select... Tye Hill from Clemson. In the second round the Dolphins should go with Charley Whitehurst.
Tye Hill is amazing. 4.30 40 speed and the best cover corner in the draft.
Charley Whitehurst is better than the overhyped Cutler and would the the future for us. He is 6'5'' 225 and can make all the thows and has been groomed from birth to be a QB ( his dad was a starting QB for Green Bay)

This takes care of losing Maddison and gives us a QB to groom for the future!

Nappy Roots
03-11-2006, 06:05 PM
And with the number 16 pick in the 2006 NFL draft the Miami Dolphins select... Tye Hill from Clemson. In the second round the Dolphins should go with Charley Whitehurst.
Tye Hill is amazing. 4.30 40 speed and the best cover corner in the draft.
Charley Whitehurst is better than the overhyped Cutler and would the the future for us. He is 6'5'' 225 and can make all the thows and has been groomed from birth to be a QB ( his dad was a starting QB for Green Bay)

This takes care of losing Maddison and gives us a QB to groom for the future!


whitehurts is better than cutler???:sidelol:

ClemsonDolphinS
03-11-2006, 06:11 PM
Absolutely, don't believe everything you read on Culter. Did you watch the senior bowl or any of the practices. The media is in love with kid for some reason but he is overhyped. in the Senior Bowl he wasn't that impressive, stalled a drive and then threw an interception, he only got a TD on one of the last plays of the game when the running game took him to the 4 yard line and he took three times to throw it in. Whitehurst was 8 for 10 with 94 yards and a TD and voted North team MVP. Whitehurst played in the ACC and was a proven winner with plenty on wins over top 25 teams, 3 last year.

Vertical Limit
03-11-2006, 06:25 PM
Whitehurst shouldn't waste his time, he will never be a starter in the NFL. Never. Tell me, which team in the NFL would want to take him?

Philter25
03-11-2006, 06:32 PM
And with the number 16 pick in the 2006 NFL draft the Miami Dolphins select... Tye Hill from Clemson. In the second round the Dolphins should go with Charley Whitehurst.
Tye Hill is amazing. 4.30 40 speed and the best cover corner in the draft.
Charley Whitehurst is better than the overhyped Cutler and would the the future for us. He is 6'5'' 225 and can make all the thows and has been groomed from birth to be a QB ( his dad was a starting QB for Green Bay)

This takes care of losing Maddison and gives us a QB to groom for the future!

Its hard to take someones opinion seriously when they misspell the name of the players.........

ClemsonDolphinS
03-11-2006, 06:43 PM
My bad, typo on Madison but that doesn't change the fact that I am valid in my points.

ClemsonDolphinS
03-11-2006, 06:45 PM
Whitehurst shouldn't waste his time, he will never be a starter in the NFL. Never. Tell me, which team in the NFL would want to take him?

You are probably justa bitter FSU fan aren't you. 2 out of the last 3 against FSU!

saves
03-11-2006, 06:56 PM
And with the number 16 pick in the 2006 NFL draft the Miami Dolphins select... Tye Hill from Clemson. In the second round the Dolphins should go with Charley Whitehurst.
Tye Hill is amazing. 4.30 40 speed and the best cover corner in the draft.
Charley Whitehurst is better than the overhyped Cutler and would the the future for us. He is 6'5'' 225 and can make all the thows and has been groomed from birth to be a QB ( his dad was a starting QB for Green Bay)

This takes care of losing Maddison and gives us a QB to groom for the future!

You love to be a homer...quit it:D

Tye Hill is too small to play in this system. Saban likes his corners tall and lanky.
Whitehurst in no way is better than Cutler. He can make all the throws, run all over, has the size, but can't win when the pressure is on. His inconsistency will be his downfall. He is like a bigger version of Chris Rix, too bad that kid didn't have a brain on him.

Nappy Roots
03-11-2006, 06:56 PM
Absolutely, don't believe everything you read on Culter. Did you watch the senior bowl or any of the practices. The media is in love with kid for some reason but he is overhyped. in the Senior Bowl he wasn't that impressive, stalled a drive and then threw an interception, he only got a TD on one of the last plays of the game when the running game took him to the 4 yard line and he took three times to throw it in. Whitehurst was 8 for 10 with 94 yards and a TD and voted North team MVP. Whitehurst played in the ACC and was a proven winner with plenty on wins over top 25 teams, 3 last year.


:sidelol:

so you base this opinion on the senior bowl? wow :shakeno:

Retnuhrace
03-11-2006, 07:07 PM
I don't like either Cutler or Whitehurst, but I at least like Cutler over Whitehurst. You say Cutler was overhyped, but if you wanna talk about overhyped, then you have to talk about Whitehurst. He was supposed to be a great QB, but he followed up his sophomore season with 2 sub-par seasons, constantly making mistakes.

ClemsonDolphinS
03-11-2006, 07:07 PM
:sidelol:

so you base this opinion on the senior bowl? wow :shakeno:

No I base my opinion on 4 years at Clemson as their most prolific passer and holder of 55 records including most 4th quarter comebacks and wins over top 25 rated teams just to name a few, people forget that 2 years ago as a junior that he was a early runner for the Heisman, it was only because he was in his third offensive coordinator in three years and the fact that his two starting receivers were hurt that he struggled so much. The whole team struggle but the uninformed want to pass it off as inconsistancy on his part.

saves
03-11-2006, 07:16 PM
The whole team struggle but the uninformed want to pass it off as inconsistancy on his part.

Ahh yes...Cutlers amazing supporting cast really got him noticed by the uniformed. I'm sure you put him on Clemson and you get even worse results out of that team.

Skeet84
03-11-2006, 07:38 PM
Wow I can't take this seriously! Tye Hill is a great talent however is not a CB for Saban in his system! Whitehurst might be a QB we look at in the 4th however he is no where near talented enough to be picked in th 2nd. Brodie Croyle and Omar Jacobs are better options IMO. You don't make valid points you just list players you like. I could go on and on how we should pick Chad Jackson at 16, But we have much bigger needs and players who can fit our system ( Tye Hill does not! ).

Jaj
03-11-2006, 07:41 PM
You love to be a homer...quit it:D

Tye Hill is too small to play in this system. Saban likes his corners tall and lanky.
Whitehurst in no way is better than Cutler. He can make all the throws, run all over, has the size, but can't win when the pressure is on. His inconsistency will be his downfall. He is like a bigger version of Chris Rix, too bad that kid didn't have a brain on him.

Well Hill is lanky for his height. He can stop the run and has great hops and speed. He just lacks height really...

Dolfan4life34
03-11-2006, 07:49 PM
ok clemson can one day be a solid qb and if we got him in the 4t i wouldnt care not in the second plus the corner i think we are looking at is johnathon joseph from south carolina or cromartie i think they both may fall to the second rd as for hill i like him as a player but he doesnt fit sabans style of corner and u want to tlk speed joseph 4.28 40 time thats serious

saves
03-11-2006, 07:58 PM
Well Hill is lanky for his height. He can stop the run and has great hops and speed. He just lacks height really...

5'10 180? He is the same size as me, and I wouldn't consider that lanky at all. When I say lanky, I mean long limbed and tall.
If Saban takes him, I'm wrong, but I don't see him fitting the mold here at all.

Theres a whole thread on him already http://www.finheaven.com/boardvb2/showthread.php?t=127853

SpencerFS
03-11-2006, 11:07 PM
i also agree jay cutler is way overrated nobody really talked about him much until the senior bowl wich he did not do that great he is not the best qb in the draft at all

PhinSoldia
03-11-2006, 11:09 PM
whitehurts is better than cutler???:sidelol:

all he did was watch the senior bowl and thought it meant something

Motion
03-12-2006, 12:42 AM
i also agree jay cutler is way overrated nobody really talked about him much until the senior bowl wich he did not do that great he is not the best qb in the draft at all

Not true at all.

Vertical Limit
03-12-2006, 12:46 AM
You are probably justa bitter FSU fan aren't you. 2 out of the last 3 against FSU!
Actually, I am a Notre Dame and USC fan. I also like Michigan.

Whitehurst has never shown anything spectacular in the past, even Charlie Frye looks to have more upside in the Browns than Whitehurst will ever have in the NFL. Whitehurst will be a career backup for years to come.

Motion
03-12-2006, 12:49 AM
No I base my opinion on 4 years at Clemson as their most prolific passer and holder of 55 records including most 4th quarter comebacks and wins over top 25 rated teams just to name a few, people forget that 2 years ago as a junior that he was a early runner for the Heisman, it was only because he was in his third offensive coordinator in three years and the fact that his two starting receivers were hurt that he struggled so much. The whole team struggle but the uninformed want to pass it off as inconsistancy on his part.

Most "prolific passer" in Clemson history. For some reason that doesn't impress me one bit. He has nothing on Cutler.

Vertical Limit
03-12-2006, 12:58 AM
lol.. Brock Berlin was also an early runner for the Heisman as a junior as well, and look where he ended up? With the europeans.

playmaker1
03-12-2006, 01:06 AM
wow, I dont agree with any of your picks. I dont eeven know where to start. Hill is nothing like what Saban will be looking for. I like Whitehurst, but he wouldnt help the Dolphins out at all. To say he is beeter than Cuttler means you understand very little about football and what things like the senior bowl are for

dolfan3431
03-12-2006, 02:25 PM
I think our draft should be like this. Trade down for more picks draft. Draft lawson or Simpson in round one and Joseph or cromartie round two

SR 7
03-12-2006, 10:05 PM
Absolutely, don't believe everything you read on Culter. Did you watch the senior bowl or any of the practices. The media is in love with kid for some reason but he is overhyped. in the Senior Bowl he wasn't that impressive, stalled a drive and then threw an interception, he only got a TD on one of the last plays of the game when the running game took him to the 4 yard line and he took three times to throw it in. Whitehurst was 8 for 10 with 94 yards and a TD and voted North team MVP. Whitehurst played in the ACC and was a proven winner with plenty on wins over top 25 teams, 3 last year.

are you kidding me? did you watch whitehurst throw/ ntn but gus passes. short, over thrown, underthrown high low behind the back etc

RalphX19X
03-12-2006, 10:29 PM
draft day should definitely not go like that.

playmaker1
03-12-2006, 11:51 PM
I think our draft should be like this. Trade down for more picks draft. Draft lawson or Simpson in round one and Joseph or cromartie round two

I would pee myself if we did that!!!!:D

Noodle Arm
03-13-2006, 09:41 AM
Well maybe we should draft Whitehurst...we did lose Sage and are looking for a career backup :D