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: March 29, 2010, 04:16:08 PM

They have some very interesting comparisons.

1. Dez Bryant, Oklahoma State

Height/Weight: 6'2/225
College Experience: Third-year junior
Combine #s: None
Style Comparison: Andre Johnson
2008* Stats: 87 - 1,480 (17.0) - 19 Tds

2. Demaryius Thomas, Georgia Tech

Height/Weight: 6'3/224
College Experience: Fourth-year junior
Combine #s: None
Style Comparison: Terrell Owens
2009 Stats: 46 - 1,154 (25.1) - 8 Tds

3. Golden Tate, Notre Dame

Height/Weight: 5'10/199
College Experience: Third-year junior
Combine #s: 4.42 forty, 17 x 225, 10' long jump
Style Comparison: Hines Ward
2009 Stats: 93 - 1,496 (16.1) 15 Tds, 25 CAR - 186 (7.4) - 2 Tds

4. Arrelious Benn, Illinois

Height/Weight: 6'1/219
College Experience: Third-year junior
Combine #s: 4.57 forty, 20 x 225, 37" vertical, 9'10" long jump
Style Comparison: Jerricho Cotchery
2009 Stats: 38 - 490 (12.9) - 2 Tds

5. Mardy Gilyard, Cincinnati

Height/Weight: 6'0/187
College Experience: Fifth-year senior
Combine #s: 4.56 forty, 39" vertical
Style Comparison: Derrick Mason
2009 Stats: 87 - 1,191 (13.7) - 11 Tds

6. Brandon LaFell, LSU

Height/Weight: 6'2/211
College Experience: Fifth-year senior
Combine #s: 4.59 forty, 9'5" long jump
Style Comparison: Dwayne Bowe
2009 Stats: 57 - 792 (13.9) - 11 Tds


7. Mike Williams, Syracuse

Height/Weight: 6'1/221
College Experience: Fourth-year junior
Combine #s: 4.62 forty, 8 x 225, 33.5" vertical
Style Comparison: Brandon Marshall
2009 Stats: 49 - 746 (15.2) - 6 Tds

8. Damian Williams, USC

Height/Weight: 6'1/197
College Experience: Fourth-year junior
Combine #s: 4.53 forty, 19 x 225, 38" vertical
Style Comparison: Chad Ochocinco
2009 Stats: 70 - 1,010 (14.4) - 6 Tds

9. Taylor Price, Ohio

Height/Weight: 6'0/204
College Experience: Fourth-year senior
Combine #s: 4.41 forty, 16 x 225, 37" vertical
Style Comparison: Roddy White
2009 Stats: 56 - 784 (14.0) - 5 Tds

10. Carlton Mitchell, South Florida

Height/Weight: 6'3/215
College Experience: Fourth-year junior
Combine #s: 4.49 forty, 16 x 225, 10'2" long jump
Style Comparison: Marques Colston
2009 Stats: 40 - 706 (17.6) - 4 Tds

11. Eric Decker, Minnesota - Gophers' all-time leading receiver ... Superb athlete selected twice in MLB draft ... Recovering from Lisfranc fracture, which required surgery ... Scheduled to resume football activities in June ... 43 on the Wonderlic ... Ed McCaffrey-type upside.

12. Marcus Easley, UConn - Late bloomer, former walk-on didn't start until senior year ... Averaged 18.6 yards a catch with eight TDs in 2009 ... 4.42 forty ... Deep threat with ideal size at 6'3/210 ... Lots of blocking experience in UConn's run-first scheme ... Arrow still pointing way up.

13. Dezmon Briscoe, Kansas - 31 receiving touchdowns in three seasons (red-zone star)... Early entrant was extremely productive in KU's spread offense ... Good size (6'2/208), but ran poorly at the Combine (mid-4.6s) and managed just nine reps of 225 on the bench press.

14. Jordan Shipley, Texas - 24-year-old sixth-year senior dominated 19- and 20-year-old defensive backs in Big 12 ... Will turn 25 at the end of his rookie year ... High IQ player ... Projects as Brandon Stokley-like slot receiver ... At 5'11/193, ran in the low 4.6-range at the Combine.

15. Jeremy Williams, Tulane - 84/1,113/13.2/7 as a senior, but only honorable mention All C-USA ... South Team MVP at the Senior Bowl ... Green Wave utilized heavily short-based passing game ... Oft-injured before breakout 2009 season ... Ran 4.59 forty in Indianapolis.

Other WRs on the draft radar: Freddie Barnes (Bowling Green), Shay Hodge (Ole Miss), Antonio Brown (Central Michigan), Riley Cooper (Florida), Jacoby Ford (Clemson), Brandon Banks (Kansas State), Kerry Meier (Kansas), Seyi Ajirotutu (Fresno State), Chris Bell (Norfolk State), Alric Arnett (West Virginia), David Gettis (Baylor), Danario Alexander (Missouri), Blair White (Michigan State), Andre Roberts (Citadel), Emmanuel Sanders (SMU), Terrence Austin (UCLA), David Reed (Utah)

http://www.rotoworld.com/Content/features/column.aspx?sport=NFL&columnid=60&&articleid=34992&pg=3

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#1 : March 29, 2010, 04:20:09 PM

Got my post in before Pewstersmoker!

(HIGH FIVES ALL AROUND)

And it has as much relevance as his posts do as well!


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#2 : March 29, 2010, 04:21:30 PM

Got my post in before Pewstersmoker!

(HIGH FIVES ALL AROUND)

And it has as much relevance as his posts do as well!

Thats some funny ISH Boid!!!

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#3 : March 29, 2010, 04:24:34 PM

Lol @ Boid.

I'll take any two of those top 15 Wideouts please.

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#4 : March 29, 2010, 04:24:45 PM

Got my post in before Pewstersmoker!

(HIGH FIVES ALL AROUND)

And it has as much relevance as his posts do as well!

That is funny.

Who is #6 on that list?

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#5 : March 29, 2010, 04:31:26 PM

Here is a Taylor Price highlight dude is impressive as a blocker but is a "real WR".

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#6 : March 29, 2010, 04:34:17 PM

I still like Damian Williams the best, especially from a value perspective


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#7 : March 29, 2010, 04:36:25 PM

inb4pewtersmoker is the new "first!"


Also, seeing Mike Williams compared to Brandon Marshall intrigues me. Obviously it would be a stretch to suggest he'll be at that level, but if he's around in the 3rd or 4th round I'd like to see us take him. Also surprised to see Mitchell that high. He was one of my favorite Bulls players, but he was quite inconsistent. Another guy I'd be in favor of taking in a later round(him or Barnes are on my 5th/6th round radar), I'm just not sure I'd put him in the top 10.


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#8 : March 29, 2010, 04:45:06 PM

inb4pewtersmoker is the new "first!"


Also, seeing Mike Williams compared to Brandon Marshall intrigues me. Obviously it would be a stretch to suggest he'll be at that level, but if he's around in the 3rd or 4th round I'd like to see us take him. Also surprised to see Mitchell that high. He was one of my favorite Bulls players, but he was quite inconsistent. Another guy I'd be in favor of taking in a later round(him or Barnes are on my 5th/6th round radar), I'm just not sure I'd put him in the top 10.

As anyone who has seen my mock threads, I'm a Mike Williams believer. If he's there in the 4th-5th and we don't take him, it would be a damn shame IMHO.


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#9 : March 29, 2010, 04:48:00 PM

I agree with you Doug09.  If Williams is still there in the 5th I would love to take a chance on him.

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#10 : March 29, 2010, 04:48:12 PM

It's funny when people compare all the prospects to their best case scenarios, it makes it look like one draft is going to produce ten pro bowlers at a position. No one wants to say a player is going to be the next Rod Gardner.

FRG is the most logical poster on this board.  You guys just don\'t like where the logical conclusions take you.

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#11 : March 29, 2010, 04:51:23 PM

It's funny when people compare all the prospects to their best case scenarios, it makes it look like one draft is going to produce ten pro bowlers at a position. No one wants to say a player is going to be the next Rod Gardner.

Well in my defense, I liked Williams before the Brandon Marshall comparison. It probably stems from when he thrashed the Bulls defense this season for 180+ yards and 2 tuddies.

But ya, I agree, these comparisons can get people pretty giddy. They are called best case scenarios though. ;)


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#12 : March 29, 2010, 04:55:15 PM

Quite a few I disagree with. Oh and these projections are BEST case scenarios assuming everybody reaches their full potential, so of course they aren't going to call anybody the next Rod Gardner.


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#13 : March 29, 2010, 05:56:43 PM

It's funny when people compare all the prospects to their best case scenarios, it makes it look like one draft is going to produce ten pro bowlers at a position. No one wants to say a player is going to be the next Rod Gardner.

Like Golden Tate and Hines Ward....Ward never dreamed of running 4.42...did he? But speed does not make the WR.

Quit beefing about the past and start hoping for the future

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#14 : March 29, 2010, 05:59:52 PM

Gosh we really really need Dez. jeez how man chances do you have to get a player like him I don't care what it takes get him in Tampa.

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