Their isn't much difference in Swope and Hartline besides Swopes 4.3 speed. Both run good routes, both have good hands, both are good locker room guys, neither will scare anyone on the outside of the field, both seem tough. The differences between Swope and hartline are simply a few mili-seconds in the 40 and Hartlines' 2 inches. Now, I explained why I feel they are similar. Will you explain why you don't think so. That's a more effective way to TRY and prove your point instead of bringing race into it. If you disagree with my comparision, say so and refute it. You have done none.
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I'd take him in the 3rd if he makes it that far.
[QUOTE=Digital;1064660572]Seriously? So, a guy who runs faster than Randall Cobb, jumps higher than Randall Cobb, tests quicker laterally in the 3-cone and the shuttle than Randall Cobb, is taller and heavier than Randall Cobb and you want to call him Brian Hartline? Hartline runs a 4.52, Mike Wallace runs a 4.32, and Ryan Swope ran a 4.34 ... hmmmm. Hartline is 6'2, Wallace is 6'0, and Swope is 6'0 ... hmmm. If you're going to blindly compare Swope to someone without any merit ... you might as well compare him to Mike Wallace. The reality is that Ryan Swope isn't Welker, he isn't Hartline, and he isn't Mike Wallace. If Danny Amendola could stay healthy a full season, Swope would be a bigger, faster, better version of him perhaps, but really, Swope doesn't profile to any of these white receivers so many nay-sayers want to project him to be. The guys with his athletic ability are very rare.
LOL. You're comparing combine numbers instead of him ON THE FIELD.lol. Stop it. Tell me when I'm wrong- does swope run good routes? so does hartline. can swope catch the ball well? so can hartline. can they both get down field? yes. are they both good locker room guys? yes. swope may be better underneath than hartline and that's a difference but, swope still does not gives us what we need in a WR. Pay attention to that statement. That's the one that is actually important. He is a 6'0" WR. I also stated, swope doesn't give us much more than bess or Gibson. Yet you failed to comment on that part. Swope ran a 4.3 but, he studied and practiced for that 4.3. Run it again in 2 years.
[QUOTE=uk_dolfan;1064661350]Gibson isnt even a slot receiver either, so again im going to leave this post at the first sentence as well. Defend your lazy racial stereotypes all your like, its still bull**** to compare Swope to a player he is nothing like in H
Lol, except where I pointed out they are similar. So, you still have nothing?
Another way Swope and Hartline are similar is this..... neither gives us what we need in a WR. A tall, fast WR that can go up for the ball and be a red zone threat. We can get that in a TE also but, we should have that option at both positions. We don't want to tip our hands down in the red zone.