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GGTM_1977
03-29-2012, 08:10 AM
Now I know there is no way that Blackmon falls down far enough to get to our pick......but looking at some of the mocks from NFL.com, and what they have teams picking vs what teams have done in FA....I think there is a good chance one of these 1st round caliber guys falls to us.....For example alot of the analysts mocks have CHI drafting Floyd.....I wouldn't be surprised if they go another route now that they have Marshall, also some mocks have SF taking Hill/Randle/Wright.....but they picked up MM and Moss.


Justin Blackmon WR 1 Oklahoma State rJr 6-1 207 1

Michael Floyd WR 2 Notre Dame Sr 6-3 220 1

Kendall Wright WR 3 Baylor Sr 5-10 196 1

Rueben Randle WR 4 LSU Jr 6-3 210 1-2

Stephen Hill WR 5 Georgia Tech Jr 6-4 215 1-2

Spizi
03-29-2012, 12:59 PM
the only WR that I want in the first round is Stephen Hill. He has the potential to be an elite WR. The top 3 will be gone before us anyway.

Kruunch
03-29-2012, 01:12 PM
The only receiver in that list who is a possibility to be around when we pick is Stephen Hill.

And I don't want him and his career 49 receptions.

myles2424
03-29-2012, 01:14 PM
I believe we've already shown interest in randle,Streeter,& sanu......we've lost 2 WRs, realistically Barden has one foot out the door already.....Nicks is hurt at some point every season.....
Jernigan will basically be a Rookie....

All of this combined leads me to believe we' ll be taking a WR by round 3.....

Morehead State
03-29-2012, 01:17 PM
I don't think there is a single chance in hell we draft a WR in the first round.</P>


Lets call it one in a million.</P>


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So I'm sayin' there's a chance!!!!!</P>

titwio
03-29-2012, 01:17 PM
The only receiver in that list who is a possibility to be around when we pick is Stephen Hill.

And I don't want him and his career 49 receptions.

I think Kendall Wright might drop as well but, Blackmon and Floyd = not a chance in h... at 32.

rainierjef
03-29-2012, 01:35 PM
i don't want any receivers in the 1st round go TE and then go WR in the later rounds you can get Mcnutt or Streeter both in the 4th. both above 6-3 and run low 4.4s both projected to play the Z spot and that's what we need

Kruunch
03-29-2012, 01:39 PM
The only receiver in that list who is a possibility to be around when we pick is Stephen Hill.

And I don't want him and his career 49 receptions.

I think Kendall Wright might drop as well but, Blackmon and Floyd = not a chance in h... at 32.

The first burner in the draft going at #32?

I don't see that remotely happening (although if it did I'd take him in a heartbeat).

Kruunch
03-29-2012, 01:40 PM
I don't think there is a single chance in hell we draft a WR in the first round.</P>


Lets call it one in a million.</P>


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So I'm sayin' there's a chance!!!!!</P>

I tend to agree.

Morehead State
03-29-2012, 01:40 PM
i don't want any receivers in the 1st round go TE and then go WR in the later rounds you can get Mcnutt or Streeter both in the 4th. both above 6-3 and run low 4.4s both projected to play the Z spot and that's what we need
</P>


I don't mean to be cliche, but I doubt our FO is thinking any specific position at 32. It will definately be BPA (except QB and WR).</P>


We just don't have any glaring weaknesses. If we did, we wouldn't be picking at 32.</P>


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RoanokeFan
03-29-2012, 01:46 PM
Now I know there is no way that Blackmon falls down far enough to get to our pick......but looking at some of the mocks from NFL.com, and what they have teams picking vs what teams have done in FA....I think there is a good chance one of these 1st round caliber guys falls to us.....For example alot of the analysts mocks have CHI drafting Floyd.....I wouldn't be surprised if they go another route now that they have Marshall, also some mocks have SF taking Hill/Randle/Wright.....but they picked up MM and Moss.


Justin Blackmon WR 1 Oklahoma State rJr 6-1 207 1

Michael Floyd WR 2 Notre Dame Sr 6-3 220 1

Kendall Wright WR 3 Baylor Sr 5-10 196 1

Rueben Randle WR 4 LSU Jr 6-3 210 1-2

Stephen Hill WR 5 Georgia Tech Jr 6-4 215 1-2

I would be shocked if we took a WR in the first round given all the other help we need a lot more than another receiver

titwio
03-29-2012, 01:49 PM
The only receiver in that list who is a possibility to be around when we pick is Stephen Hill.

And I don't want him and his career 49 receptions.

I think Kendall Wright might drop as well but, Blackmon and Floyd = not a chance in h... at 32.

The first burner in the draft going at #32?

I don't see that remotely happening (although if it did I'd take him in a heartbeat).

I don't think Wright is as sure fire a 1st round prospect as people make him out to be. He's undersized and his 4.61 at the combine raised some eyebrows. He definitely has potential to drop down.

RoanokeFan
03-29-2012, 01:50 PM
i don't want any receivers in the 1st round go TE and then go WR in the later rounds you can get Mcnutt or Streeter both in the 4th. both above 6-3 and run low 4.4s both projected to play the Z spot and that's what we need
</p>


I don't mean to be cliche, but I doubt our FO is thinking any specific position at 32. It will definately be BPA (except QB and WR).</p>


We just don't have any glaring weaknesses. If we did, we wouldn't be picking at 32.</p>


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Past is prologue. The more I watch this organization the closer I get to thinking Reese is a genius re: talent.

GMENAGAIN
03-29-2012, 01:58 PM
The only receiver in that list who is a possibility to be around when we pick is Stephen Hill. And I don't want him and his career 49 receptions. I think Kendall Wright might drop as well but, Blackmon and Floyd = not a chance in h... at 32. The first burner in the draft going at #32? I don't see that remotely happening (although if it did I'd take him in a heartbeat).</P>


Wright is a burner? Hmmm</P>

CGYgiant
03-29-2012, 02:17 PM
i don't want any receivers in the 1st round go TE and then go WR in the later rounds you can get Mcnutt or Streeter both in the 4th. both above 6-3 and run low 4.4s both projected to play the Z spot and that's what we need
</p>


I don't mean to be cliche, but I doubt our FO is thinking any specific position at 32. It will definately be BPA (except QB and WR).</p>


We just don't have any glaring weaknesses. If we did, we wouldn't be picking at 32.</p>


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OT is a huge weakness, we have virtually no depth with Kmac departing.. not to mention the guys we have couldn't pass or run block at all last year.

Also, you feel comfortable with our depth behind Cruz and Nicks? I don't think the Giants FO is, or else they wouldn't bring so interested in Sanu and Randle.

Morehead State
03-29-2012, 02:35 PM
i don't want any receivers in the 1st round go TE and then go WR in the later rounds you can get Mcnutt or Streeter both in the 4th. both above 6-3 and run low 4.4s both projected to play the Z spot and that's what we need
</P>


I don't mean to be cliche, but I doubt our FO is thinking any specific position at 32. It will definately be BPA (except QB and WR).</P>


We just don't have any glaring weaknesses. If we did, we wouldn't be picking at 32.</P>


</P>




OT is a huge weakness, we have virtually no depth with Kmac departing.. not to mention the guys we have couldn't pass or run block at all last year.

Also, you feel comfortable with our depth behind Cruz and Nicks? I don't think the Giants FO is, or else they wouldn't bring so interested in Sanu and Randle.
</P>


One thing I think we've learned about our otganization is that they believe in developing players and being patient doing so. I think they beleive that JJ is the next guy up at the #3. Don't forget we also signed Hixon. Will we draft a WR at some point in the draft to keep the pipeline full?Maybe. But probably in later rounds.</P>


The real point is that we have probably the most dynamic duo of WR's in the NFL. (Maybe GB is close). Its not a position of need at all. Other than QB it may be the most significant point of strength. That can obviosly change if we have some serious injuries there but thats true of any position on the field.</P>

GGTM_1977
03-29-2012, 02:48 PM
Honestly.......I would be happy with either Hill or Sanu in the early rounds. I don't feel like OT is a BPA type of pick at #32.......and I don't think we do TE, since we signed Bennett. And our WR depth is questionable....Hixon (coming back from 2nd ACL injury), Barden (always injured, hasn't flashed at all), JJ (rookie basically.....and struggled last year with KR duties at times). To say we wouldn't go WR in the early rounds is silly, yes our oline needs help, but we need quality depth at WR also.....

Morehead State
03-29-2012, 02:49 PM
Honestly.......I would be happy with either Hill or Sanu in the early rounds. I don't feel like OT is a BPA type of pick at #32.......and I don't think we do TE, since we signed Bennett. And our WR depth is questionable....Hixon (coming back from 2nd ACL injury), Barden (always injured, hasn't flashed at all), JJ (rookie basically.....and struggled last year with KR duties at times). To say we wouldn't go WR in the early rounds is silly, yes our oline needs help, but we need quality depth at WR also.....</P>


Being silly is the least of my problems.</P>

GGTM_1977
03-29-2012, 03:05 PM
Honestly.......I would be happy with either Hill or Sanu in the early rounds. I don't feel like OT is a BPA type of pick at #32.......and I don't think we do TE, since we signed Bennett. And our WR depth is questionable....Hixon (coming back from 2nd ACL injury), Barden (always injured, hasn't flashed at all), JJ (rookie basically.....and struggled last year with KR duties at times). To say we wouldn't go WR in the early rounds is silly, yes our oline needs help, but we need quality depth at WR also.....</P>


Being silly is the least of my problems.</P>

Do I really think we go WR in the 1st round......no probably won't happen. I know its a pipe dream to think we do. Would I love Stephen Hill at 32...heck ya. We will most likely go defense at pick 32. If you look at the last 4-5 drafts, JR goes defense BPA vs going an offensive player.......But I think we could really benefit from a deep threat type of WR on our offense with Cruz/Nicks.

Kruunch
03-29-2012, 03:32 PM
The only receiver in that list who is a possibility to be around when we pick is Stephen Hill. And I don't want him and his career 49 receptions. I think Kendall Wright might drop as well but, Blackmon and Floyd = not a chance in h... at 32. The first burner in the draft going at #32? I don't see that remotely happening (although if it did I'd take him in a heartbeat).</P>


Wright is a burner?* Hmmm</P>

That's what he's being touted as although I doubt anyone is going to confuse him with DJax or Wallace.

Kruunch
03-29-2012, 03:44 PM
i don't want any receivers in the 1st round go TE and then go WR in the later rounds you can get Mcnutt or Streeter both in the 4th. both above 6-3 and run low 4.4s both projected to play the Z spot and that's what we need
</p>


I don't mean to be cliche, but I doubt our FO is thinking any specific position at 32.* It will definately be BPA (except QB and WR).</p>


We just don't have any glaring weaknesses.* If we did, we wouldn't be picking at 32.</p>


*</p>

OT is a huge weakness, we have virtually no depth with Kmac departing.. not to mention the guys we have couldn't pass or run block at all last year.

Also, you feel comfortable with our depth behind Cruz and Nicks? I don't think the Giants FO is, or else they wouldn't bring so interested in Sanu and Randle.


Our RT situation looks like this before the draft:

Diehl (starter), Brewer, Andrews/Ugoh


LT looks like:

Beatty (starter), Brewer, Andrews/Ugoh

OT isn't quite as imperative as people are making out and if you can't hit a home run with the first two rounds you shouldn't press. I don't think people consider Mike Adams as a home run at this point.

As for depth at WR ... I think the Giants are very happy with JJ, Hixon and Barden competing for the #3 spot. That's not to say we don't go after a WR in this draft but I don't think in the first round (thinking Sanu in the second tops).

(I don't think Randle is around with our first pick)

This is what I think our first round choices will be (in order of preference):

Mark Barron (SS)
Kendal Reyes (DT)
Coby Fleener (TE)
Doug Martin (RB)
Stephen Hill (WR)
Mike Adams (OT)

gmen0820
03-29-2012, 03:45 PM
i don't want any receivers in the 1st round go TE and then go WR in the later rounds you can get Mcnutt or Streeter both in the 4th. both above 6-3 and run low 4.4s both projected to play the Z spot and that's what we need
What makes you say that? I think they both project as X receivers at the next level. They are both big and fast, and would specialize in running longer routes, not short ins, outs, crossing etc.

rainierjef
03-29-2012, 03:53 PM
why are you all so sold on bennett?!?!?
<font color="#FF0000">"we signed bennett so we don't need a TE for the next ten years."</font>
Ok sorry but that was a little frustration, this guy has shown Nothing
has done nothing
in a two TE system has flashed what once or twice in what? 4 years?
with Witten taking most of the double coverages at times he has taken advantage of nothing
show me a highlight of this guy i want to see game tape; cause there's something you guys see that i don't and i just want to be on the same page with everyone so i can wear my hoodie and drink the last kool-aid too.

Ballad/Beckum - out till mid season
Hopkins - practice squad player nothing to write home about no matter who's high on him
Pascoe - TE/FB had a couple of good plays but that hardly warrants the starting full time TE consideration
Bennett - please show me what this guy has done please, everything i read even when i try to find the positives " Lazy, unmotivated, gives up , un-focused, not a good route runner." the only positives i find is "excellent blocker, talented." that doesn't do much for me honestly.

im sorry bout the rant but i've been trying to keep fans grounded since the signing of bennett, can he be good i hope so i really do. but to say we don't need a TE is ridiculous just crazy.
If Fleener is there at 32 i really hope reese takes him Eli will shoe you wonders with a good TE, look at what hes done with the likes of Boss / Ballard. give him fleener and that forces the safeties to pick their poision, keeps the line backers honest so their not stacking the box. we haven't had a legitimate threat at TE in how long now. i think its time Eli is playing phenomenal, give him weapons smfh ffs

rainierjef
03-29-2012, 03:54 PM
i don't want any receivers in the 1st round go TE and then go WR in the later rounds you can get Mcnutt or Streeter both in the 4th. both above 6-3 and run low 4.4s both projected to play the Z spot and that's what we need
What makes you say that? I think they both project as X receivers at the next level. They are both big and fast, and would specialize in running longer routes, not short ins, outs, crossing etc. they can play that too i got my X and Z mixed up i meant to say X good catch

gmen0820
03-29-2012, 03:58 PM
i don't want any receivers in the 1st round go TE and then go WR in the later rounds you can get Mcnutt or Streeter both in the 4th. both above 6-3 and run low 4.4s both projected to play the Z spot and that's what we need
What makes you say that? I think they both project as X receivers at the next level. They are both big and fast, and would specialize in running longer routes, not short ins, outs, crossing etc. they can play that too but we already have our X
That aside, just from a projection standpoint, I don't see why they project as a Z for you.

Big guys, great speed, tailor made for the X. Same with Stephen Hill.

myles2424
03-29-2012, 04:08 PM
i don't want any receivers in the 1st round go TE and then go WR in the later rounds you can get Mcnutt or Streeter both in the 4th. both above 6-3 and run low 4.4s both projected to play the Z spot and that's what we need
</P>


I don't mean to be cliche, but I doubt our FO is thinking any specific position at 32.* It will definately be BPA (except QB and WR).</P>


We just don't have any glaring weaknesses.* If we did, we wouldn't be picking at 32.</P>


*</P> I slightly disagree.....a legit 3rd WR is a must after the season cruz/nicks had......teams are going to game plan around them in 2012.....TE,were going into the season with one,whom has been seen as a bust his career....Oline,no changes...can't Realy get better by not adding anyone & losing our RT....RB,lost Jacobs.......MLB, who's our starting MLB? We don't have one.......quite a few glaring needs

KennyPhilips1
03-29-2012, 04:29 PM
I know everyone's counting on Jernigan but is anyone even optimistic about him being our #3? the guy didn't impress me at all last year. I think were better off getting a WR in the first 3 rounds and starting him. Jernigan? Barden? Gimme a break

Morehead State
03-29-2012, 04:34 PM
I know everyone's counting on Jernigan but is anyone even optimistic about him being our #3? the guy didn't impress me at all last year. I think were better off getting a WR in the first 3 rounds and starting him. Jernigan? Barden? Gimme a break</P>


Thats how we do things here.</P>


I know its been said but did anyone see 1500 yards from Cruz this season. he hadn't caught a pass in the NFL until week 2 this past season.</P>


Amani Toomer caught one pass in his rookie year. he turned out OK.</P>


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JPizzack
03-29-2012, 06:12 PM
Let the record show, Morehead and I agree on a particular topic.</P>


Your witness, counselor.</P>

rainierjef
03-29-2012, 07:00 PM
I know everyone's counting on Jernigan but is anyone even optimistic about him being our #3? the guy didn't impress me at all last year. I think were better off getting a WR in the first 3 rounds and starting him. Jernigan? Barden? Gimme a break</P>


Thats how we do things here.</P>


I know its been said but did anyone see 1500 yards from Cruz this season.* he hadn't caught a pass in the NFL until week 2 this past season.</P>


Amani Toomer caught one pass in his rookie year.* he turned out OK.</P>


*</P>
But cruz flashed all that preseason when has jerrnigan ever flashed? Im not saying hes bad but cruz's success is a bad.measure to use for this situation not everyone is a diamond in the rough just cause we drafted them. #sinoricemoss

Neverend
03-29-2012, 07:16 PM
Wright scares me a little.. slow 40 and a little concern over his body fat percentage

But is too dynamic and a tremendous vertical threat. Would love him at 32

RoanokeFan
03-29-2012, 07:22 PM
i don't want any receivers in the 1st round go TE and then go WR in the later rounds you can get Mcnutt or Streeter both in the 4th. both above 6-3 and run low 4.4s both projected to play the Z spot and that's what we need
</p>


I don't mean to be cliche, but I doubt our FO is thinking any specific position at 32. It will definately be BPA (except QB and WR).</p>


We just don't have any glaring weaknesses. If we did, we wouldn't be picking at 32.</p>


</p>




OT is a huge weakness, we have virtually no depth with Kmac departing.. not to mention the guys we have couldn't pass or run block at all last year.

Also, you feel comfortable with our depth behind Cruz and Nicks? I don't think the Giants FO is, or else they wouldn't bring so interested in Sanu and Randle.
</p>


One thing I think we've learned about our otganization is that they believe in developing players and being patient doing so. I think they beleive that JJ is the next guy up at the #3. Don't forget we also signed Hixon. Will we draft a WR at some point in the draft to keep the pipeline full?Maybe. But probably in later rounds.</p>


The real point is that we have probably the most dynamic duo of WR's in the NFL. (Maybe GB is close). Its not a position of need at all. Other than QB it may be the most significant point of strength. That can obviosly change if we have some serious injuries there but thats true of any position on the field.</p>

Well said

rainierjef
03-29-2012, 10:23 PM
this league has become a three receiver league if you haven't noticed yet. and lets be real here

Greg Jennings - Hakeem Nicks
Jordy Nelson - Victor Cruz
James Jones - Jerell Jerrnigan
Donald Driver - Ramses Barden
Randall Cobb - Michael Clayton/ D.Hixon
Jermichael Finley - ??? who Martelleus Bennett

i think its great to be a die hard fan but take the homer goggles off for a bit and see it for what it is. outside of Nicks our number one receiver / Cruz our slot receiver we have nothing

Redeyejedi
03-29-2012, 10:44 PM
The only receiver in that list who is a possibility to be around when we pick is Stephen Hill.

And I don't want him and his career 49 receptions.

I think Kendall Wright might drop as well but, Blackmon and Floyd = not a chance in h... at 32.

The first burner in the draft going at #32?

I don't see that remotely happening (although if it did I'd take him in a heartbeat).

I don't think Wright is as sure fire a 1st round prospect as people make him out to be. He's undersized and his 4.61 at the combine raised some eyebrows. He definitely has potential to drop down.I could care less what his 40' says I saw him behind safeties all season long

Redeyejedi
03-29-2012, 10:46 PM
i don't want any receivers in the 1st round go TE and then go WR in the later rounds you can get Mcnutt or Streeter both in the 4th. both above 6-3 and run low 4.4s both projected to play the Z spot and that's what we need
</P>


I don't mean to be cliche, but I doubt our FO is thinking any specific position at 32.* It will definately be BPA (except QB and WR).</P>


We just don't have any glaring weaknesses.* If we did, we wouldn't be picking at 32.</P>


*</P>Maybe not in the 1st but the Giants absolutely need another outside WR. NFL is one with weapons in the passing game not having enough of them for Manning would be a mistake. Id rather have 1 to many then be 1 short

titwio
03-29-2012, 10:51 PM
The only receiver in that list who is a possibility to be around when we pick is Stephen Hill.

And I don't want him and his career 49 receptions.

I think Kendall Wright might drop as well but, Blackmon and Floyd = not a chance in h... at 32.

The first burner in the draft going at #32?

I don't see that remotely happening (although if it did I'd take him in a heartbeat).

I don't think Wright is as sure fire a 1st round prospect as people make him out to be. He's undersized and his 4.61 at the combine raised some eyebrows. He definitely has potential to drop down.I could care less what his 40' says I saw him behind safeties all season long

That's great but what does that have to do with my comment and him having potential to drop down.

I honestly am thinking Jeffery is going to go before him and if that's true then that would be three receivers to go before the Giants pick. He could very well make it to 32 and maybe into the second round.

gmen0820
03-29-2012, 10:52 PM
I wouldn't reach for a WR in the first if that's what it'd take. I think we will need a receiver, but a Streeter or Fuller from the 3rd-5th round aren't bad fallback plans. I really like Jeff Fuller, I think he could be a star for us.

rainierjef
03-29-2012, 11:39 PM
i don't want any receivers in the 1st round go TE and then go WR in the later rounds you can get Mcnutt or Streeter both in the 4th. both above 6-3 and run low 4.4s both projected to play the Z spot and that's what we need
</p>


I don't mean to be cliche, but I doubt our FO is thinking any specific position at 32. It will definately be BPA (except QB and WR).</p>


We just don't have any glaring weaknesses. If we did, we wouldn't be picking at 32.</p>


</p>Maybe not in the 1st but the Giants absolutely need another outside WR. NFL is one with weapons in the passing game not having enough of them for Manning would be a mistake. Id rather have 1 to many then be 1 short

on the money right hur red couldn't of said it better myself.

we can have the strongest O-line in the world but if nicks and cruz gets double covered and our third receiver or TE cant get separation from linebackers and single coverage then whats the point of having an elite QB i mean essentially we become a 2nd version of the 9ers minus the davis

rainierjef
03-29-2012, 11:40 PM
The only receiver in that list who is a possibility to be around when we pick is Stephen Hill.

And I don't want him and his career 49 receptions.

I think Kendall Wright might drop as well but, Blackmon and Floyd = not a chance in h... at 32.

The first burner in the draft going at #32?

I don't see that remotely happening (although if it did I'd take him in a heartbeat).

I don't think Wright is as sure fire a 1st round prospect as people make him out to be. He's undersized and his 4.61 at the combine raised some eyebrows. He definitely has potential to drop down.I could care less what his 40' says I saw him behind safeties all season long

That's great but what does that have to do with my comment and him having potential to drop down.

I honestly am thinking Jeffery is going to go before him and if that's true then that would be three receivers to go before the Giants pick. He could very well make it to 32 and maybe into the second round.

i think hes just referencing to you saying what his 40 time is nothing else

rainierjef
03-29-2012, 11:42 PM
I wouldn't reach for a WR in the first if that's what it'd take. I think we will need a receiver, but a Streeter or Fuller from the 3rd-5th round aren't bad fallback plans. I really like Jeff Fuller, I think he could be a star for us.
agree
just like O-line if the top 2-3 best ain't there then get it in the other rounds.
Sanu in the 2nd
Streeter in the 4th
Mcnnut in the 4-5th
i need to study up on this fuller guy you speak of

myles2424
03-29-2012, 11:59 PM
I wouldn't reach for a WR in the first if that's what it'd take. I think we will need a receiver, but a Streeter or Fuller from the 3rd-5th round aren't bad fallback plans. I really like Jeff Fuller, I think he could be a star for us.
agree
just like O-line if the top 2-3 best ain't there then get it in the other rounds.
Sanu in the 2nd
Streeter in the 4th
Mcnnut in the 4-5th
i need to study up on this fuller guy you speak of
now way makes it to our 5th

myles2424
03-29-2012, 11:59 PM
I wouldn't reach for a WR in the first if that's what it'd take. I think we will need a receiver, but a Streeter or Fuller from the 3rd-5th round aren't bad fallback plans. I really like Jeff Fuller, I think he could be a star for us.
agree
just like O-line if the top 2-3 best ain't there then get it in the other rounds.
Sanu in the 2nd
Streeter in the 4th
Mcnnut in the 4-5th
i need to study up on this fuller guy you speak of
no mcnutt way makes it to our 5th

gmen0820
03-30-2012, 12:05 AM
i need to study up on this fuller guy you speak of
Late round guy with great size and excellent potential to be our flanker.

uhhuhyup22
03-30-2012, 08:15 AM
Marvin Mcnutt is notgoing to have a longNFL career. Did anyone watch Iowa play this year? He doesn't separate, lets the ball hit his body,gets caught from behind. </P>


Now his quarterback was garbage which doesn't help, and he did havesome big games against Tenn Tech, Louisana-Monroe, Indiana, Mich St, Purdue. Healso disappeared against Iowa St, Pennt St, Nebraska, and Oklahoma. As the competition gets better he will disappear.</P>


40 time at the combinewas 4.54, which isn't terrible but he looks slower than that during games.</P>


My couch analysis says heshouldn't get drafted, but what the hell do I know? Maybe he will be good at the next level. </P>

gmen0820
03-31-2012, 11:49 PM
Wright scares me a little.. slow 40 and a little concern over his body fat percentage

But is too dynamic and a tremendous vertical threat. Would love him at 32Wright is a perfect fit for us at the Z position because of his deep threat capabilities. Is he worth the first pick? That is debatably if you can get a Marvin Jones in the 2nd-3rd.

giantman8493
04-01-2012, 04:09 AM
i need to study up on this fuller guy you speak of
Late round guy with great size and excellent potential to be our flanker.JOe Adams?

giantman8493
04-01-2012, 04:09 AM
i need to study up on this fuller guy you speak of
Late round guy with great size and excellent potential to be our flanker.JOe Adams?

giantman8493
04-01-2012, 04:09 AM
i need to study up on this fuller guy you speak of
Late round guy with great size and excellent potential to be our flanker.JOe Adams?

gmen0820
04-01-2012, 07:58 PM
i need to study up on this fuller guy you speak of
Late round guy with great size and excellent potential to be our flanker.JOe Adams?Joe Adams projects as a slot Y receiver, something we don't need since we have Cruz. As much as I'd welcome a Cruz switch to the Z receiver, I wouldn't want to address the slot position in the draft. I'd take my shot with Jernigan.

Marvin Jones is a guy who could be an excellent Z receiver. Kendall Wright would be a nice pick if he's there in the first, vertically explosive.

Tommy_Ribs
04-03-2012, 12:57 PM
Now I know there is no way that Blackmon falls down far enough to get to our pick......but looking at some of the mocks from NFL.com, and what they have teams picking vs what teams have done in FA....I think there is a good chance one of these 1st round caliber guys falls to us.....For example alot of the analysts mocks have CHI drafting Floyd.....I wouldn't be surprised if they go another route now that they have Marshall, also some mocks have SF taking Hill/Randle/Wright.....but they picked up MM and Moss.


Justin Blackmon WR 1 Oklahoma State rJr 6-1 207 1

Michael Floyd WR 2 Notre Dame Sr 6-3 220 1

Kendall Wright WR 3 Baylor Sr 5-10 196 1

Rueben Randle WR 4 LSU Jr 6-3 210 1-2

Stephen Hill WR 5 Georgia Tech Jr 6-4 215 1-2

I think Kendall Wright could be a good fit as an inside/slot guy.

Stephen Hill would definitely be a project, but there is a lot of talent to mold there, so at 32, I would be upset with grabbing him, and having him learn in year 1.