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    6'4" 267 lbs, 82 3/4 inch wingspan, runs a 4.5, 39 1/2 inch vertical

    Once again...... those numbers are......


    6'4" 267 lbs, 82 3/4 inch wingspan, runs a 4.5, 39 1/2 inch vertical


    Those are the correct numbers on Adrien Robinson [:O]



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    Re: 6'4" 267 lbs, 82 3/4 inch wingspan, runs a 4.5, 39 1/2 inch vertical

    I believe he had less than 20 receptions in his entire college career. Lets see what he does on the field first.

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    Re: 6'4" 267 lbs, 82 3/4 inch wingspan, runs a 4.5, 39 1/2 inch vertical

    Where's that Jonas Seawright thread when you need it??

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    Re: 6'4" 267 lbs, 82 3/4 inch wingspan, runs a 4.5, 39 1/2 inch vertical

    [quote user="nygpolishpunk"]I believe he had less than 20 receptions in his entire college career. Lets see what he does on the field first.
    [/quote]

    I heard he was only targeted 12 times last season but all 12 were completed receptions with 3 TD's

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    Re: 6'4" 267 lbs, 82 3/4 inch wingspan, runs a 4.5, 39 1/2 inch vertical

    [quote user="NYG4lifeNYK"]6'4" 267 lbs, 82 3/4 inch wingspan, runs a 4.5, 39 1/2 inch vertical[/quote]

    JPP: 6'5" 270 lbs, 81 inch wingspan, runs 4.67 30 1/2 inch vertical



    LOL, I can see one of the reasons JR was reminded of JPP. He was also asked about his receiving ability and stated they were satisfied with what they saw.

    Brady thought throwing past JPP was like throwing into a forest. Here comes another mighty Oak. [:P]

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    Re: 6'4" 267 lbs, 82 3/4 inch wingspan, runs a 4.5, 39 1/2 inch vertical

    [quote user="nygpolishpunk"]I believe he had less than 20 receptions in his entire college career. Lets see what he does on the field first.
    [/quote]

    I heard he got the highest score in Wii Fit... sitting down.
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    Re: 6'4" 267 lbs, 82 3/4 inch wingspan, runs a 4.5, 39 1/2 inch vertical

    What did Mike Pope do to the Giants that they make him earn his pay check year after year after year? lol

    I really hope this kid turns his measurables into production.

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    Re: 6'4" 267 lbs, 82 3/4 inch wingspan, runs a 4.5, 39 1/2 inch vertical

    He's the promise of world peace until he actually materializes.

    Definition of a "reach" however, since he had a UFDA draft grade.
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    Re: 6'4" 267 lbs, 82 3/4 inch wingspan, runs a 4.5, 39 1/2 inch vertical

    [quote user="gmen0820"]What did Mike Pope do to the Giants that they make him earn his pay check year after year after year? lol

    I really hope this kid turns his measurables into production.[/quote]

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    Re: 6'4" 267 lbs, 82 3/4 inch wingspan, runs a 4.5, 39 1/2 inch vertical

    [quote user="gmen0820"]What did Mike Pope do to the Giants that they make him earn his pay check year after year after year? lol

    I really hope this kid turns his measurables into production.[/quote]

    Lol, I would think that Pope is salivating at the opportunity to mold this kid into something special
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