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Shockeyitus
03-30-2012, 11:21 AM
Go!

LaVon Brazill - Ohio U

Gerell Robinson - Arizona State

Demario Belcher - Indiana

DeVier Posey - Ohio State

NYFan221
03-30-2012, 11:30 AM
Jernigan

deekay7685
03-30-2012, 12:21 PM
i like Brazill but he is also small and profiles more as a slot receiver than wide out.
Robinson is a tall guy with limited speed. never seen him though.
Posey has good measureable, good program but he doesn't have great hands.
Belcher??

i like J Wright (Arkansas) a lot

uhhuhyup22
03-30-2012, 12:37 PM
Jordan White-production (I know it was in the MAC), hands catcher, goes across the middle, will play a long time in the slot for some NFL team. Plays much faster than his horrible 40 time (combine 40 was 4.69)</P>


I dumped on M. McNutt in another thread, I believe Jordan White will be a better pro than McNutt. Disclosure-I watched about 7 Iowa games this year and4 W Mich games because they don't get on TV that much. Jordan Whitehas the frame, body control, and runs routes with pro potential. He broke most of Greg Jennings W Mich records, he wont be nearly as good as Jennings but I think he has a solid career </P>

Kase-1
03-30-2012, 12:41 PM
Juron Criner from Arizona would be a nice mid-late round pick at WR

Criner effectively uses his great size when going for jump balls or when
"boxing out" to catch balls in the short game. He shows his athleticism
after the catch, displaying an ability to make things happen early in
the play and the burst to finish them

Possesses soft hands to pluck the ball outside of his frame. Good
concentration to make the catch in traffic or when he feels a big hit
coming. Tracks the ball well over his shoulder and demonstrates
very good body control to adjust.

Neverend
03-30-2012, 02:10 PM
Juron Criner from Arizona would be a nice mid-late round pick at WR

Criner effectively uses his great size when going for jump balls or when
"boxing out" to catch balls in the short game. He shows his athleticism
after the catch, displaying an ability to make things happen early in
the play and the burst to finish them

Possesses soft hands to pluck the ball outside of his frame. Good
concentration to make the catch in traffic or when he feels a big hit
coming. Tracks the ball well over his shoulder and demonstrates
very good body control to adjust.


I like him too, unlike most big receivers.. this guy can actually separate. Some inconsistency in his game though

heavyhitter
03-30-2012, 09:07 PM
<font size="2">Read somewhere that WR's taken in the 1st round have one of the highest bust rates out of any other position. I don't think this year has an elite class, but does have a deep class of talented WR's who should make an impact in the NFL. Not sure which round, but I think the Giants draft a WR.</font>

michaelkhan3
03-31-2012, 08:50 AM
Juron Criner from Arizona would be a nice mid-late round pick at WR

Criner effectively uses his great size when going for jump balls or when
"boxing out" to catch balls in the short game. He shows his athleticism
after the catch, displaying an ability to make things happen early in
the play and the burst to finish them

Possesses soft hands to pluck the ball outside of his frame. Good
concentration to make the catch in traffic or when he feels a big hit
coming. Tracks the ball well over his shoulder and demonstrates
very good body control to adjust.


I like him too, unlike most big receivers.. this guy can actually separate. Some inconsistency in his game though

Its funny u say that cause I just read somewhere yesterday I think it was NFL.com they compared him to Barden and said he can't separate

Neverend
03-31-2012, 09:42 AM
Juron Criner from Arizona would be a nice mid-late round pick at WR

Criner effectively uses his great size when going for jump balls or when
"boxing out" to catch balls in the short game. He shows his athleticism
after the catch, displaying an ability to make things happen early in
the play and the burst to finish them

Possesses soft hands to pluck the ball outside of his frame. Good
concentration to make the catch in traffic or when he feels a big hit
coming. Tracks the ball well over his shoulder and demonstrates
very good body control to adjust.


I like him too, unlike most big receivers.. this guy can actually separate. Some inconsistency in his game though

Its funny u say that cause I just read somewhere yesterday I think it was NFL.com they compared him to Barden and said he can't separate


Meh, these are the same guys that say Sanu can't separate, Floyd/Blackmon can't get separation deep, Jeffery cant get separation, etc

Criner, when he is on his game, gets separation better than most big, bodied receivers. Does he separate like Kendall Wright? No. But he doesn't have to slow himself down when he makes a cut at full speed and there is little wasted motion out of his breaks. Most big receivers have that flaw, but not Criner. Criner just doesn't have dynamic quickness or explosiveness in his cuts like a kendall wright. But, as I said, he's technically refined and sharp as a route runner and has little wasted movement

The guy will get just enough separation in the nfl to be productive because he is excellent at contorting his body and making highly contested catches to compensate for a lack of elite quick-twitch ability. Kid will be fine

wideright91
04-01-2012, 05:30 AM
Lavon Brazil is the best p*rn star name I have ever heard.

B-Red22
04-01-2012, 06:56 AM
Derek Moye

B-Red22
04-01-2012, 06:57 AM
Derek Moye from Penn State, tall reciever great hands and when you factor he never had a barely average QB's throwing to him he has great numbers.

deekay7685
04-01-2012, 09:06 PM
how would you feel about jarius wright (ark) as a 4th round pick?

how about broyles and jordan (in the 5th and 7th)?

Blue_Buddha
04-01-2012, 09:47 PM
I wouldn't mind if the Giants took a flyer on Dale Moss. He produced his only season playing football ...he played basketball previously. His measurables are rare for someone who is 6'3" and only played football one year.

http://www.nfldraftscout.com/ratings/dsprofile.php?pyid=110715&draftyear=2012&genpos=WR

G-Men Surg.
04-02-2012, 01:33 AM
FIU 's. T. Y. Hilton, this kid is explosive, a menace as a WR and in ST's.

giantsfan420
04-02-2012, 02:33 AM
miami wr streeter

like 6'4, extremely fast AND quick.
makes tough grabs.

but he is raw when it comes to route running and understanding the defensive concepts which could make it difficult for him in the big league

TuckYou
04-02-2012, 09:38 AM
Ryan Broyles. Should be a first rounder, but will go late 3rd - 6th round because of ACL injury. I hope we can get him in the 3rd.

Redeyejedi
04-02-2012, 10:15 AM
miami wr streeter

like 6'4, extremely fast AND quick.
makes tough grabs.

but he is raw when it comes to route running and understanding the defensive concepts which could make it difficult for him in the big leagueIm not a huge fan of Streeter although I do recognize the physical ability. It would depend on where the Giants are taking him. He will be probably be over drafted. I think he looks more like a 4th Round pick

Neverend
04-02-2012, 11:35 AM
I think benjamin is more underrated than streeter. I know hes way, way, too small to be drafted but man the guy just flies by people. He also has some savvy to his game as well

Redeyejedi
04-02-2012, 11:41 AM
I think benjamin is more underrated than streeter. I know hes way, way, too small to be drafted but man the guy just flies by people. He also has some savvy to his game as wellWas watching him yesterday. Donnie FLetcher struggled covering him

gmen0820
04-02-2012, 12:47 PM
Marvin Jones, Juron Criner, Keshawn Martin, Danny Coale, Lance Lewis, and T.Y Hilton.