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Thread: WR Rishard Matthews, Nevada

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    Matthews looks like a player and explosive om PR as well
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    Quote Originally Posted by LANGER72 View Post
    I like the Cunningham pick better.
    Matthews doesn't seem to have much quickness from what I have read about him. He will have a hard time separating.
    I doubt he will make the final cut.
    No he doesn't have the speed, but its his quickness in and out of his cuts that have made him succesful. his scouting reports should show how his ability to get open from much quicker and faster DB's have been his ability at full speed to break his route perfectly and get open, but the times when the DB guesses the route, he hasn't been as open. He does posses strong hands and the ability to extend hi and low with his catches, both drafted reciever's show the same ability, but Cunningham is a bit better, and posseses that Broyles attitude that wont be denied.
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    Looks great, hope he'll make an impact.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wonderl33t View Post
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    ---------- Post added at 10:19 PM ---------- Previous post was at 10:17 PM ----------

    I made this post before I realized how ridiculously deep the draft was at WR, but my sentiments are the same
    Good call. He is going to be a very very interesting player in camp.
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    1st Round: Taylor Lewan(T)

    2nd Round: Gabe Jackson(G)

    3rd Round: C. J. Fiedorowicz(TE)

    4th Round: Christian Jones (ILB)

    5th Round: Daniel McCullers(DT)

    6th Round: Marqueston Huff(S/CB)

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    Looks like a young Nat Moore to me.....same kind of plays he used to make.
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    Lots of potential. Both Matthews and Cunningham have the chance to contribute early
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    Quote Originally Posted by cullenbigcstill View Post
    No he doesn't have the speed, but its his quickness in and out of his cuts that have made him succesful. his scouting reports should show how his ability to get open from much quicker and faster DB's have been his ability at full speed to break his route perfectly and get open, but the times when the DB guesses the route, he hasn't been as open. He does posses strong hands and the ability to extend hi and low with his catches, both drafted reciever's show the same ability, but Cunningham is a bit better, and posseses that Broyles attitude that wont be denied.
    Matthews is a better athlete than Cunningham, and he has plenty of straight line speed. He wasn't full speed at the combine. At his pro day, he ran a 4.44. Really good all around athlete. Almost positive he'll make the team and see some time as a rookie.
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    Quote Originally Posted by marshallaw View Post
    Matthews looks like a player and explosive om PR as well
    I agree. I'd love to see him as our PR. Although Bess is pretty sure-handed back there, I would love to see this kid on PR.
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    The other thing that stands out to me about Rishard is the consistency of his production. Check the game logs. He produced in every game. No goose eggs.

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    i like what the new regime is doing alot. After one more draft class I think we will be in great shape
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