I still say the team has invested too much in wr to justify draft another wr in the first round. Miami is not going to pay Hartline or Gibson the money they dished out to be the number 4 receiver. You don't go buy 80 inch Pioneer tv (Wallace) and 2 60 inch Sharp tv's (Gibson and Hartline) and then turn around one month later and buy a 65 inch Pioneer. At some point you have to roll with what you bought.
Maybe if you have no other needs to fill, but offensive tackle, corner back and tight end are priorities in the draft and another receiver would be a luxury..
Would prefer Patterson, but drafting any guy who scores touchdowns at 12 will make me happy. Just no corn at 12 for godsake!
I saw a bit of him up close here on the west coast and could honestly say he'd be a nice addition to our offense. He's going to command a lot of attention with his size alone...he's not a speed demon but that's why we've got Wallace. Allen definitely is the most NFL ready wideout in the draft, provided he's healed from those nagging injuries. Though I'm not sure the front office views WR as a pressing "first round" need with the moves we've made in the last month at the position.
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Way too many holes that can be filled with 1st round talent. It would be nice to have Allen, but I would rather draft an OT or a DE. Hell, I would even take a CB.
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Possible chance he drops into the second. The WR prospects vary quite a bit from guys like Austin and guys like Allen. If teams are drafting a WR on need and skill set then Allen could drop to round two just based in what he brings compared to other guys.
I don't see this being the pick, if he slides into round two it would make sense.
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He's probably mid 4.5s, don't think he's as slow as Bess. He may run slow at his pro day on April 9th though because he still hasn't been cleared to workout by Dr. James Andrews. I would expect something in the 4.6-4.7 range if he gets cleared to workout.