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View Poll Results: Top WR Available in 2013 NFL Draft?

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  • Justin Hunter

    4 15.38%
  • Keenan Allen

    21 80.77%
  • Robert Woods

    0 0%
  • Terrance Williams

    0 0%
  • Da'Rick Rodgers

    1 3.85%
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Thread: Top WR Prospects of 2013 NFL Draft

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    Top WR Prospects of 2013 NFL Draft

    I am hoping we trade down and get another 2nd with our 1st and pick in the 20-25 range. This isn't the greatest WR draft in recent memory, but it's beneficial to us that the DE and CB positions overshadow them. Due to this, I am looking for Justin Hunter to fall down to the 20-25th slots, while we trade down for him, obtaining an additional 2nd as well. If he does not fall to that range and we are not able to get another 2nd out of it, I'd go with the BPA available ONLY in regards to the DE, CB and WR positions. Scrapping that to the side, this is a WR thread and am asking...which WR would you feel would benefit the Fins and Tannehill the most coming out of the 2013 draft?
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    Keenan Allen. he is the most pro ready of the group IMO
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kevlared View Post
    Keenan Allen. he is the most pro ready of the group IMO
    Do you have any facts to back that opinion up or are you just saying that?
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    deandre hopkins from Clemson
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    deandre hopkins from Clemson
    Hopkins looked like a first round WR against LSU
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    Patterson from Tennessee has the highest upside, higher than Allen. He's a raw route runner though.
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    I really would like to see Patterson in the 2nd round
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    Of that group? Keenan Allen. I'd take Hopkins over everyone else on that list though. I'd rather not take a WR at 12 since I'm hoping one of Moore, Werner, or Milliner slips to us. If not, then we would have to consider trading down.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mogwai View Post
    Of that group? Keenan Allen. I'd take Hopkins over everyone else on that list though. I'd rather not take a WR at 12 since I'm hoping one of Moore, Werner, or Milliner slips to us. If not, then we would have to consider trading down.
    That was my plan, in my post I said that I'd trade down to get Justin Hunter in the 20-25 slots and gain an additional 2nd to shop around with. I wouldn't draft any WR with our 12th pick, I'd go BPA at DE or CB if we stay at 12.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AFCMiamiEast View Post
    That was my plan, in my post I said that I'd trade down to get Justin Hunter in the 20-25 slots and gain an additional 2nd to shop around with. I wouldn't draft any WR with our 12th pick, I'd go BPA at DE or CB if we stay at 12.
    It's a good plan and I'd do the same except I'd go with Hopkins instead of Hunter. Also the only corner I'd go for at 12 is Milliner, not Banks.
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