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Thread: Lets talk wr's/ wr grades imo.

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    Markus Wheaton is a really solid WR, comparable to Robert Woods. He'd be a great 3d rd pick. I'm not sure if he's coming out but an interesting later round flyer would be Josh Huff from Oregon. Very quick and speedy, great in the return game, and creates his own space.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Birdmond View Post
    I would prefer to draft Werner or T'eo and then trade up to get back in the first round and draft Hunter.
    Agree.
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    I like that you bring up Jordan Matthews. He's a talented kid who will grade out high in this receiver class if he declares early... one of my underrated underclassman in my thread prior to the season. Another local kid that I was able to watch on occasion in high school when he played here for Madison Academy. Tavon Austin is the only receiver who can do what Patterson can do with the ball in his hands, except Patterson is 6" taller and has 30 pounds on Austin. I certainly agree that Patterson is a kid who has the ability to end up the best in this class, or struggle to adjust to the NFL. However, the potential for struggling to adjust at the next level applies to all of 'em.... the potential to be the best in the class doesn't apply to all of 'em.
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    Draft Keenan Allen, then move up for Cordarelle Patterson or Justin Hunter...how does the next DECADE look all of a sudden?? We need to make that kind of splash on Offense, were completely STALE, Moore is crap, Mathews is crap, Hartline has a ceiling...Id try to hit on a CB, S, and pass rusher later, but if it was up to me, Id go that route!
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