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NRA
10-06-2009, 08:27 PM
who are the top wr prospects in this upcoming draft, 2010?

seniors AND jr's [who are more than likely to come out].

will this team EVER go after a super productive wr?

who is the michael crabtree [without the holdout] in the 2010
draft, is there anything close?

untill this team get the picture and realizes that POINTS COME THROUGH THE AIR, we wont ever be a true contender.

ChambersWI
10-06-2009, 10:06 PM
Top juniors are Dez Bryant out of OK State, Damien Williams out of USC, and Arrelious Benn out of Illinois. The top seniors are Eric Decker out of Minny, Marty Gilyard out of Cincy, and Brandon LaFell out of LSU.

Not a great year for WRs. I like Decker but he's got speed questions. LaFell is highly thought of, but this is his first year as the go-to guy while at LSU. Williams has questions cause he is a USC WR. Bryant, Benn, and Gilyard all come from spread offenses that rely heavily on dink and dunk passing.

Bryant is the closest thing to an elite WR prospect, but he's pretty much only been a threat while the Cowboys play at home and not on the road. Benn has the most talent of all the WRs, but poor QB play while at Illinois has hurt his development. Decker IMO will be a top WR, but he's no lock same with LaFell and Gilyard.

BigNastyDB13
10-06-2009, 10:22 PM
Living in Oklahoma I see plenty of Big 12 games so the only one I know much about is Dez Bryant. He's the best I've seen this year but I rarely watch games outside of the Big 12 so. He definately has the size and strength to be an elite receiver and he's plenty fast enough to make plays downfield. I'd love to have him on the Fins.

Phinatic8u
10-06-2009, 10:52 PM
Defense is more Important in round one..Benn, LaFell, and many others will be in the 2nd round..Bryant is the only 1st round deserving WR this year..

uga3406
10-06-2009, 11:19 PM
I know this may sound Bias but AJ Green is the best Wr in college, period!!! he is a soph and I am not sure if he can come out or not but he makes catches that are crazy....would faint if he was to become a phin.

TedSlimmJr
10-06-2009, 11:20 PM
I think Chambers pretty much called it on the "perceived" top WR's in this class.....

...but it's deeper than you think...

Dez Bryant is the only "elite" WR prospect in this class IMO.....and I've always been high on Eric Decker....I've always thought of him as a better version of Jordy Nelson when he came out of KSU....

Decker probably isn't #1 WR material....but an upper echelon #2 in the NFL.....very tough, dependable, hard nosed, sure handed wide receiver that runs good routes.....lack of top speed is his only knock IMO...

I also think WR prospects such as:

Greg Matthews / Michigan

Riley Cooper / Florida

Demaryius Thomas / Georgia Tech

Jordan Shipley / Texas

Golden Tate / Notre Dame

Dez Briscoe / Kansas

Mike Williams / Syracuse

Carlton Mitchell / USF

Denario Alexander / Missouri

Blair White / Michigan St.



...could all play on Sundays and add a little depth to this class if all declare eligible...


But make no mistake.....the best WR in the country is only a sophomore IMO....and he plays in Athens, Georgia and wears #8...

Prospects like Randy Moss only come around once every decade or every dozen years or so.....and A.J. Green is the caliber of player that will have teams stumbling over one another to get a shot at this kid....he's the next great one IMO....

Phinatic8u
10-06-2009, 11:23 PM
Aj Green is from my hometown..me and him are good friends..HE's A BEAST!!! (no biased too) he is amazing..He will be a phin watch

Austin Tatious
10-07-2009, 08:49 AM
I take it that AJ Green can come out this year? He is a redshirt sophomore? Wasn't that Crabtree's status last year?

Decker is redundant to Hartline and not what the Dolphins need.

Valandui
10-07-2009, 02:54 PM
I know this may sound Bias but AJ Green is the best Wr in college, period!!! he is a soph and I am not sure if he can come out or not but he makes catches that are crazy....would faint if he was to become a phin.
Dude, I know. If he could bulk up some he would be straight up deadly.

#1dolphinsfan
10-07-2009, 03:00 PM
DEZ BRYANT is going to be the dophins first round pick in this years draft

ChambersWI
10-07-2009, 03:44 PM
I take it that AJ Green can come out this year? He is a redshirt sophomore? Wasn't that Crabtree's status last year?

Decker is redundant to Hartline and not what the Dolphins need.

Green can't come out. True Sophomore.

Decker is a different type of WR than Hartline. He's a bit more athletic, slightly taller and has been a go-to guy.

RealDriscoll
10-07-2009, 04:03 PM
The Wide Receiver position is loaded in College Football. The truth is that the best three players I have seen are AJ Green of Georgia, Julio Jones of Alabama, and Michael Floyd of Notre Dame who are not draft eligible. Dez Bryant and Damien Williams are my 1A and 1B with Arrelious Benn at 2. Eric Decker, Brandon LaFell, Demaryius Thomas, Jordan Shipley, and Mardy Gilyard are worth looking at.

RealDriscoll
10-07-2009, 04:07 PM
Golden Tate lacks the size we are seeking. There are a ton of good receivers such as Mark Dell of Michigan State, Dexter McCluster out of Mississippi, Ryan Broyles of Oklahoma, but a guy worth watching is Terrence Tolliver of LSU. Great Size and good hands.

uga3406
10-07-2009, 04:30 PM
No offense to the Dez Bryant lovers here but I don't see it. Him in Phins uniform that is. I like the guy but I rather have some 1 else then him. The news about Green not able to come out sucks big time. That guy is going to be god in the pros and I want us to have him.

NRA
10-07-2009, 06:22 PM
JULIO JONES is MY personal favorite wr in college ball
right now. GOLDEN TATE is my second, but, i dont know if either
of them will come oout or not.

JULIO JONES is everything you EVER want in a wr. i want that guy in a finz
uniform in the worst way.

and all the "HES NOT OUR SIZE" stuff doesnt compute. everyone spit slobbers
over DEVONE BESS and the trifecta seems to start him every game when we have
bigger wr's available [see brian harltline who should be starting].

i would like a 6-5, 230 lb wr with 4.2 speed like everyone but if a guy can CONSISTANTLY get open and SCORE, i dont care if he is 4-9 and 119 lbs.

BobDole
10-07-2009, 10:58 PM
benn.

X-Pacolypse
10-08-2009, 02:43 PM
Five WR's I really like

1. Arrelious Benn - University of Illinois
2. Erik Decker - University of Minnesota
3. Brandon LaFell - Louisiana State University
4. Marty Gilyard - Cinncinati
5. Dezmon Briscoe - Kansas

Sleepers

1. Greg Matthews - Michigan
2. Oderick Turner - University of Pittsburgh (His father played for Bill when he was on the Giants in the 80's)

TimeGap
10-08-2009, 03:54 PM
I don't care if Tate is small that guy breaks alot of tackles and makes big plays.

TimeGap
10-21-2009, 06:12 PM
Greg Matthews is a cousin of Ted Ginn, Do we want any more of the Ginn family on this team.