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Thread: Draft Winds I: Cordarrelle Patterson

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    Draft Winds I: Cordarrelle Patterson

    http://www.sun-sentinel.com/sports/d...,3125123.story

    A popular feature on my blog in recent years has been the Draft Winds feature that came out of the Dolphins trip to London in 2007. There, I met Simon Clancy, who mentioned his work as a draftnik. I thought it would be interesting to show how flat the world is now that a draftnik in London can show off his expertise. He brought in compatriots at Universal Draft, Chris Kouffman and Richard Lines. Together, they wrote an in-depth, weekly blog on the draft. This year, real life (and the, ahem, pay scale) means Chris is doing the heavy lifting. As you see from his work on Cordarrelle Patterson, this is as thorough a look as you'll find on a draft prospect, complete with painstaking background, story and video research. Without further introduction, let's get to it ...

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    Nice write up Chris. You somewhat answered the question I have about his intelligence. He may not be able to explain his route options to Joe in 15 minutes but does he have the ability to pick up a complicated offense over the course of a season or will he struggle the way Egnew has?
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    You clearly haven't done any research and are wrong about everything.
    I'm giving you a choice: either put on these glasses or start eatin' that trash can.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MadDog 88 View Post
    Nice write up Chris. You somewhat answered the question I have about his intelligence. He may not be able to explain his route options to Joe in 15 minutes but does he have the ability to pick up a complicated offense over the course of a season or will he struggle the way Egnew has?
    You could argue that Michael Egnew struggled because he played almost an entirely different position at Missouri than he's playing in the NFL.

    Cordarrelle Patterson played the same position at Tennessee he'll play in the NFL. Well, not precisely the same but you get the point. And he didn't just run a bunch of straight line-ish verticals like you see in some of these spreads. He learned that playbook in less time than any other newcomer on that offense, to where he was given a wide range of plays to execute...between end-arounds, jet sweeps, decoy sweeps and end-arounds, option passes, screen sweeps, fade patterns, back shoulder, fade stops, slant routes, drags, dig routes, corner routes, post routes, bang-8's, shake routes, out routes, out-and-ups, seam routes, curls...a nice range, overall.
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    I'm going to read this later when I can really sit down and digest it, whether I agree or disagree I'm happy to see you guys doing these articles again.
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    Well done again CK. Makes this time of year easier to handle.
    Thanks for your time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by xXwarXx View Post
    I'm going to read this later when I can really sit down and digest it, whether I agree or disagree I'm happy to see you guys doing these articles again.
    There's a section of it that I already know you're going to disagree with.
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    i don't think as a prospect pattersons on the same level as dez bryant when he came out especially in the red zone as a win option but that was a good read...and i think the reason given for why miami won't touch him with that top pick makes perfect sense...the whiteboard with philbin and explaining and executing option routes...
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    Excellent article Chris. Well analyzed and written. Kudos.
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    Well written, well thought out article, good job.
    I wasn't so convinced that I liked Patterson at 12 but you sold me, particularly when comparing his #'s to the production of other guys out of JUCO like Steve Smith and Ochocinco. At this point, Patterson will probably go to the Jets, or Bills but I would be happy with the pick if he falls to us.

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