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Thread: A look at my top WRs for next year

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    Quote Originally Posted by marshallaw View Post
    Really good call. Seems to have a similar type of attitude as well....
    That's what makes Steve Smith who he is, the attitude. That's what I see in Stedman, he's not just a smaller guy that can run like he's controlled by a joystick. He's got that attitude.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ckparrothead View Post
    Stedman Bailey looks eerily like Steve Smith (CAR) to me, and I agree with the sentiment that he's the best NFL prospect when compared with Geno Smith and Tavon Austin.

    I do remember Slimm bringing him up a lot, months ago. That was a good call, a good find. When I sat down to watch Stedman, I had to admit there's a lot more that needs to be said about the guy than you find most of the Draft industry saying, right now.

    Stedman is on my short list of receivers that I like a lot. The list includes Keenan Allen, Marquess Wilson, Aaron Mellette, Justin Hunter, Terrance Williams and Andre Debose. These are just guys that I'm pretty sure will end up good value, one way or another.

    If there weren't so many consistent rumors of Da'Rick Rogers being a major headcase, he'd be on it. It's not that I don't like Robert Woods, but I get the feeling he's going to be drafted higher than his real value.

    I've heard a lot of good things about Aaron Dobson and I still have to take a good hard look at him. I like Denard Robinson as a WR prospect quite a bit.
    Bailey is one hellava receiver but in no way does he get drafted ahead of Smith (IMHO)

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    I don't care where he gets drafted, I care whether he's going to be a better football player, and I think he's going to be a better football player.
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    Draft Who are some of the top WR prospects we can keep eye on for next year's draft?

    Would love to see us draft a playmaker in that position next year?

    Also, what kind of receivers suites RT's game?
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    there is a thread in the draft forum that has a good list, but too be nice and answer the question (in no particular order)

    1.Robert Woods Jr USC
    2.Keenan Allen Jr Cal
    3.Da'Rick Rodgers Jr Tennessee
    4.Marques Wilson Jr, Washington State
    5.Ryan Swope SR, Texas A&M
    6.Terrence Williams Sr, Baylor
    7.Justin Hunter Jr, Tennessee
    8.Stedman Bailey JR, West Virginia

    Those are just a few that are draft eligible.
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    That's a lot of juniors
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    My two favorite heading into the season are Keenan Allen and Justin Hunter. If the draft were held today, I think Allen would go top 10 and Hunter somewhere in the top 20. There's a good list and discussion a couple of threads down.
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    Da'Rick Rodgers was suspended by Tennessee. He already had character issues going into the season so this only hurts his case even more.
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    Rogers has been suspended indefinitely by Tennessee. That definitely hurts him and should give Hunter huge numbers this year.
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    Well that certainly lends more credibility to the multitude of people that have told me he's a dick, which was my biggest discomfort with him aside from perhaps lack of deep speed.
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