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Thread: Early look at 5 prospects in the first round I like in 2013

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    Quote Originally Posted by JCane View Post
    WR needs to be our #1 priority next season assuming we don't deal for someone during the season or address the issue in the offseason.

    Few names that I'll toss out there off the top of my head...

    Robert Woods
    Sammy Watkins
    Marquise Lee
    Justin Hunter
    Manti Te'o
    TJ McDonald
    Keenan Allen
    Tyrann Mathieu
    Desmond Trufant
    Marquess Wilson
    Jonathan Banks
    Ray Ray Armstrong

    Two guys from the SEC that I think we can land in the second round:

    Bacarri Rambo
    Kevin Minter
    Watkins and Lee were both true freshmen last year.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WelcomeBack View Post
    Watkins and Lee were both true freshmen last year.
    True.

    But those two kids are good enough that an agent can get in their ear.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JCane View Post
    True.

    But those two kids are good enough that an agent can get in their ear.
    Yea, they'll be there in the 2014 draft lol.

    Lee has the chance to be one of the greatest, if not the greatest, WR at USC
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    I thought underclassmen could declare after being removed from high school for one full year?
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    I was watching film on a bunch of WRs for this draft. I was checking in on them vs draftable DBs, and during the South Carolina/UGA tape I saw a LB who kept flashing. I wasnt sure who he was but he stole the show on tape. I looked him up and it was Jarvis Jones. have seen a few more game tapes and I think hes going to be a star! Good call, OP!
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    I like T.J. McDonald, but his doppleganger -- Markelle Martin -- just went in the 6th round. High cut safeties with small calves never seem to get drafted very high. Just my opinion. Tyrann Mathieu gets a lot of publicity and is a playmaker but he's another guy I wonder whether is going to be a first rounder. He's a star nickel corner at the next level but Jamar Fletcher aside you don't see many of those guys get taken in the first round. I don't see the great speed you need to be a top corner prospect, but used the way the Packers use Charles Woodson now he could have a real impact. You have to have a plan for him.

    The major debate next year will probably end up being Tyler Wilson vs. Matt Barkley. Outside of some very silly people looking for publicity no one really believed RGIII was close to the prospect Andrew Luck was, but I can see the Wilson versus Barkley debates having some real teeth. Should also be interesting to see what kind of season Landry Jones has. After Ryan Broyles went down Jones' season went up in flames, but at worst he's like a better Nick Foles (and physical tools are easy to fall in love with, just look at Brock ****ing Osweiler, who went in the 2nd round). And then there's other interesting guys like Aaron Murray, Tyler Bray and even AJ McCarron, who showed a lot of promise in the National Championship game. He probably won't get the attempts to really show his stuff but he has some real ability.

    One team I'm going to make sure I watch a lot of this year is South Carolina. There's a lot of quality prospects on that team. Florida State, too (though EJ Manuel is absolute fool's gold that some people seem to buy into). They've had a few monster recruiting classes the last couple of years and those guys are going to start paying dividends.
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    Im all in for Manti Te'o....ILB.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JCane View Post
    I thought underclassmen could declare after being removed from high school for one full year?
    They have to be removed from High School for 3 years. One year is for the NBA draft.
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    A few WRs I'll be watching next year.

    Terrence Williams - was Kendall Wright's partner in crime at Baylor.
    Cobi Hamilton - Good size WR with some speed at Arkansas
    Ryan Swope - Was a target of Tannehill's at TAMU
    Quinton Patton - Ellusive in the open field, already seems to display a lot of the little nuances of playing the WR position, does a very nice job of working the sidelines (Louisiana Tech)
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    Quote Originally Posted by JCane View Post
    I thought underclassmen could declare after being removed from high school for one full year?
    That's in basketball. College football is three years removed. So, a redshirt sophomore or later.
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