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Old 03-05-2012, 09:47 PM   #16
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I dont think Hill will last until the 2nd either but he was listed in the beginning of the thread and there is just as much chance of him falling to the high 2nd as Wright. I know his body of work is limited but so was Demarius Thomas and that kid really started hitting his stride towards the end of the year. You cant teach height nor speed and this dude has both! You can teach route running and technique which this kid may need. I do believe most of us want to draft the future QB in this draft and if we do lets draft a potential stud to grow with him who just so happens to have combine measurables comparable to Marques Colston and Kenny Britt. Ill take it all day if he falls!!!
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Old 03-05-2012, 09:59 PM   #17
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NFL.com news: Workout wonder Hill suddenly under the scouting microscope

Great read on my boy!!
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Old 03-05-2012, 10:08 PM   #18
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1. Stephen Hill- Although he is a lock for the Patriots IMO, I'll play your game
2. Juron Criner- Senior with size and skills
3. Ryan Broyles- A beast who was injured late in the college season. Will be a steal in the 4th or 5th round.
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Old 03-06-2012, 04:50 AM   #19
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1. Stephen Hill- Although he is a lock for the Patriots IMO, I'll play your game
2. Juron Criner- Senior with size and skills
3. Ryan Broyles- A beast who was injured late in the college season. Will be a steal in the 4th or 5th round.
Yeah read something on the internet about him don't you think he could be another MK for a 5th it would be good.
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Juron Criner - excellent production, great route runner, catches the ball in traffic, had a great senior bowl, is 6'4 215 lbs. Closest to a sure thing to be successful in the NFL as we will find outside of Blackmon/Floyd. (closest to, not saying he is a lock to be successful)
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Old 03-11-2012, 11:13 AM   #21
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Don't have to worry about WR in the second round now...hopefully fill that need in Free Agency.

Doubt they will try to move back in the 2nd for a WR...
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I say trade the 3rd, one of the 4th rounders and add Hall to move into the 2nd round and pick a CB, S, OL or WR whatever looks best in that round.
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How about Chris Owusu from Stanford? He had a really nice combine, and has good size.
Great player, I'm sure Harbaugh has his eye on his old pupil.
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We need to change the title of this thread to say third round.

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I say 4th round.
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we traded the rest of our 2012 picks for the rights to ricky williams
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Old 03-14-2012, 09:54 AM   #27
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No way is any team going to be dumb enough to go darius hayward bay/Craig Davis/Instert another name on this guy. He's clearly not good enough to be picked in the top 2/3 of the draft and nobody picking in the bottom 1/3 is dumb enough to waste a pick like that.
While I'm aware that we no longer have our second, I'd still like to point out that I think you're nuts. The kind of size and speed he has you can't teach plus, according to Mike Mayoch:

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After studying all of Stephen Hill's film, NFL Network analyst Mike Mayock is "less concerned" about the Georgia Tech wide receiver's drops and route running.
"He's a hands snatcher," said Mayock. "He had five or six drops [at Georgia Tech] ... but when you watch him catch the football, it's so natural." For a bigger receiver, Mayock determined that Hill was "really good" getting in and out of his breaks at the Yellow Jacket's Pro Day. Mayock suspects Hill will be a late first-round pick, and an "early two" in a "worst case" scenario. Mar 6 - 5:53 PM
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Not to mention the fact that GT wideouts have been pretty decent lately when you consider Calvin Johnson, who is arguably the best in the game and Demaryius Thomas who is developing into a big time weapon. A late first or early second round selection for Hill sounds perfectly reasonable based on potential, especially for a team that has the luxury of selecting due to no pressing needs. We obviously are not that team nor do we have the second rounder to make it happen, but nevertheless...
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The Redskins can find a decent wide receiver in the 3rd or forth round. Just look at Leonard Hankerson who clearly was graded as a first round prospect. Brandon Marshall, one of the NFL's elite wide receivers, was a 4th round draft choice. Bruce Allen should be able to find a diamond at WR in the later rounds. Look at Victor Cruz, who was undrafted.
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The Redskins can find a decent wide receiver in the 3rd or forth round. Just look at Leonard Hankerson who clearly was graded as a first round prospect. Brandon Marshall, one of the NFL's elite wide receivers, was a 4th round draft choice. Bruce Allen should be able to find a diamond at WR in the later rounds. Look at Victor Cruz, who was undrafted.
I think Hank could turn out to be a great pick up, would be happy if we got another similar upside receiver in the 3rd or 4th. After signing Garcon and Morgan though we definitely have more concern at other positions haha.
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The Redskins can find a decent wide receiver in the 3rd or forth round. Just look at Leonard Hankerson who clearly was graded as a first round prospect. Brandon Marshall, one of the NFL's elite wide receivers, was a 4th round draft choice. Bruce Allen should be able to find a diamond at WR in the later rounds. Look at Victor Cruz, who was undrafted.
Also keep in mind with a top 10 3rd round pick and 2 4th round picks they can move up into the second round but I seriously doubt they'll do that. Rather they'll probably start making a living in the 3rd to 6th round range.
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