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Thread: A look at my top WRs for next year

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    Hunter is injury prone as well, I'm not saying he isn't good but he is not the best, he could be potentially but so could a lo
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    A lot if guys Like who?? And there's no such thing as a damn "injury prone" it's whether you're lucky or not. Now a days people ce back from acl tears like its normal. And that's the only injury he's had. From talent stains point he'd come in and tear it from day one. No matches up to him as far as other receivers, he's just complete. I just hope people remember, because I would hate to miss out on a stud wideout, with crazy abilities! Great wideouts only come out once every 5 years or so'
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    Not bad, I'm with you on hunter. Freak of nature!!!
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    A look at my top WRs for next year

    Keenan Allen is a monster. That guy NEEDS to be a fin
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    Kennan Allen over Hunter? No way , Hunter is a stud in EVERY ASPECT of his game. If we are picking and he is still on the board, we should run up to the podium faster than the redskins did for Orakpo.

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    Also I like Marquess Wilson, good hands, great routes

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    Someone to watch out for is Terrance Williams too. Big body, soft hands, great speed and great routes, kid is a big reason for RGIII being what he was back at Baylor

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    Big Sleeper in Kenny Stills from OU, kid has the frame for the NFL, and great hands to go along with it too.
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