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Thread: Tennessee WR Cordarrelle Patterson 2012 Highlights

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    This years draft doesn't stand out to me
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    what bothers me is that his big plays come from an end around and returns. much easier to do in college. stop and think about this. its not that i dont think he can be a good receiver. im just not sure he will turn on from the get go. robert woods can run a good end around, but he is also a polished receiver.
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    Quote Originally Posted by finfan54 View Post
    what bothers me is that his big plays come from an end around and returns. much easier to do in college. stop and think about this. its not that i dont think he can be a good receiver. im just not sure he will turn on from the get go. robert woods can run a good end around, but he is also a polished receiver.
    My line of thinking on Patterson was similar when I first watched his highlight video(s). However, I think one has to realize the bigger picture: that he was (and is) very raw as a receiver and that the end arounds and gadgets were the best way to get the ball in his hands and see what he can do. I think the videos on youtube of him in individual games are a much better indicator of what he can do overall. After watching those, I was surprised to see that he is a hell of a lot more physical than I initially gave him credit for. His hands also look better than I originally thought, too. The guy is definitely green as grass when it comes to route running and what not but his physical talent is off the damn charts. I personally would be pretty hesitant to take him at #12 but if Ireland nuts up and does it I wouldn't be disappointed, either. I'm quite confident that it would not be a Ted Ginn repeat.
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    I was impressed by his capacity to break so many tackles. However Ted Ginn looked incredible in his stream of highlights too.
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