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  • any good, bigger, 6'3"-6'5" receivers in the draft?

    with the 3rd WR spot being open, i think the team could use a bigger, more physical WR. the run game suffered from poor blocking all year, and the receivers are also a part of that. who was the guy always running in stride with Tiki during all those big runs? a 6'5" receiver who had about 30 pounds on most defensive backs.

    i think a bigger guy would help abuse nickel defenses as the Giants spread them out, and would be a good, quick option for Eli when the tackles decide to just let a DE come free.

    don't say Barden is that guy because he's shown nothing in 4 years

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    Re: any good, bigger, 6'3"-6'5" receivers in the draft?

    i don't know about his physicality because hes not that thick but stephen hill from gt is very fast and tall.

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    • #3
      Re: any good, bigger, 6'3"-6'5" receivers in the draft?

      Giants 101 said the Giants set up a Meeting with LSU Receiver Rueben Randle he is 6'3". Marvin Mcnutt from Iowa but every game against Top CB's he was completely dominated by them. He could not get open against Dennard or FLeming

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      • #4
        Re: any good, bigger, 6'3"-6'5" receivers in the draft?

        Isn't Stephen Hill like 6'5? I dont think We'll draft him though because after his combine numbers, some desperate team will take a chance on him in the first or early second and i dont see the giants using a 1st rounder on a WR this year.

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        • #5
          Re: any good, bigger, 6'3"-6'5" receivers in the draft?

          In the top 100 WR in this draft there are only two that are under 6-1.
          I don't always root for the Cowboys but when I do I wear my pink Jessica Simpson edition Romo jersey. (yes I lost a bet)

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          • #6
            Re: any good, bigger, 6'3"-6'5" receivers in the draft?

            i hear the knock on him is his production, being that he came from a run first offense in which he was a mean blocker. sounds good to me

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            • #7
              Re: any good, bigger, 6'3"-6'5" receivers in the draft?

              an interesting name to follow who could be an undrafted free agent is the forgotten Arkansas SE Greg Childs.
              He could be a nice backup for Nicks.

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              • #8
                Re: any good, bigger, 6'3"-6'5" receivers in the draft?

                I wish it was that easy. guys like T.O, Moss, Calvin Johnson, Plax are rare.

                Just ask ramses

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                • #9
                  Re: any good, bigger, 6'3"-6'5" receivers in the draft?

                  [quote user="Eli TO Shockey"]I wish it was that easy. guys like T.O, Moss, Calvin Johnson, Plax are rare.

                  Just ask ramses
                  [/quote]

                  yeah but ramses is pretty thin.

                  they need a guy built like cruz, but taller

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                  • #10
                    Re: any good, bigger, 6'3"-6'5" receivers in the draft?

                    [quote user="Kruunch"]In the top 100 WR in this draft there are only two that are under 6-1.[/quote]Top 10 u mean right. Whats funny is the 2 guys under 6-3 are the ones a lot of people are putting 1,2

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                    • #11
                      Re: any good, bigger, 6'3"-6'5" receivers in the draft?

                      Dwight Jones - UNC
                      Tommy Streeter - The U
                      Nick Toon - Wisconsin... I really like him.
                      "Hey, let me buy you a pack of gum. I'll show you how to chew it."

                      2014 Draft:
                      Round 1 - Eric Ebron, TE - North Carolina
                      Round 2 - David Yankey, OG - Stanford
                      Round 3 - Allen Robinson, WR - Penn State
                      Round 4 - Anthony Johnson, DT - LSU
                      Round 5 - Rashaad Reynolds, CB - Oregon State
                      Round 6 - Andrew Jackson, ILB - W. Kentucky
                      Round 7 - ** Traded for Jon Beason **

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                      • #12
                        Re: any good, bigger, 6'3"-6'5" receivers in the draft?

                        [quote user="deekay7685"]an interesting name to follow who could be an undrafted free agent is the forgotten Arkansas SE Greg Childs. He could be a nice backup for Nicks.[/quote] I agree about Greg Childs.. I've thought him to be a nice sleeper for awhile.. When healthy, he could probably be as good as anyone in this draft at the WR positon.. Also, Bj Cunningham is another guy who could fit well with the Giants, as hes a fairly thickly built wr...

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                        • #13
                          Re: any good, bigger, 6'3"-6'5" receivers in the draft?

                          [quote user="Redeyejedi"]Giants 101 said the Giants set up a Meeting with LSU Receiver Rueben Randle he is 6'3". Marvin Mcnutt from Iowa but every game against Top CB's he was completely dominated by them. He could not get open against Dennard or FLeming[/quote] On McNutts behalf, i will say that McNutts QB was very Hit or Miss, and i seen games where he was super inacurate and gave McNutt know chance on quite a few throws.. I think McNutt is gonna be a stud...

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                          • #14
                            Re: any good, bigger, 6'3"-6'5" receivers in the draft?

                            [quote user="Redeyejedi"]Giants 101 said the Giants set up a Meeting with LSU Receiver Rueben Randle he is 6'3". Marvin Mcnutt from Iowa but every game against Top CB's he was completely dominated by them. He could not get open against Dennard or FLeming[/quote]

                            I really like Randle. If only he had a better quarterback than Jordan Jefferson.

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                            • #15
                              Re: any good, bigger, 6'3"-6'5" receivers in the draft?

                              I have to disagree here. He was open against Dennard quite a bit. He just didn't get the ball. Fleming did a good job on him, but there were still a handful of plays where he could be seen running open.

                              Also, he is one of those guys who doesn't necessarily have to be open. He turned quite a few interceptions into receptions over the course of his career by simply taking the ball away from defenders. He had trouble with routine catches and made the really tough ones look easy.

                              Edit. I thought I had quoted redeye here. This is regarding Marvin McNutt.

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