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    Re: Coby Fleener at #32



    http://www.giants.com/team/roster/Ch...c-58ec168e82a3




    what about this guy...alreadyon the team....




    6'6"...277....nice size for sure...




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    http://www.giants.com/team/roster/Ch...c-58ec168e82a3




    what about this guy...already*on the team....




    6'6"...277....nice size for sure...




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    [/quote]Eh, maybe. I'm just not sure how much longer we can keep hoping random Practice Squad members step up to fill starter roles.

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    Re: Coby Fleener at #32

    Fleener would be nice but I'm more interested in us maybe taking Dwayne Allen out of Clemson

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    Re: Coby Fleener at #32

    I'd be ok with Fleener or Allen at 32, unless a top O-linemen is available at that point.
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    Re: Coby Fleener at #32

    [quote user="TheEnigma"][quote user="GameTime"]


    http://www.giants.com/team/roster/Ch...c-58ec168e82a3




    what about this guy...alreadyon the team....




    6'6"...277....nice size for sure...







    [/quote]Eh, maybe. I'm just not sure how much longer we can keep hoping random Practice Squad members step up to fill starter roles.[/quote]




    not saying to depend on him being the next great thing but he has been in the system for a season and he will be in the mix and shouldnt be overlooked.




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    Re: Coby Fleener at #32

    [quote user="Neverend"]He's pretty much, well, perfect. Outside of the fact that he could get a little stronger, he is well developed in all facets of the game. And that kind of worries me. Fleener is sort of a finished product as a receiver and doesn't have a whole lot of upside. What you see is what you're going to get -- a polished route runner with soft hands a nice burst out of his breaks. Not dynamic by any means though. Just a very, very solid TE[/quote]

    I like it, big white dude, exactly what we want to see in a tight end.

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    Re: Coby Fleener at #32

    The more I think about it, Fleener's height and potential to grow into his frame makes him more of a JR "Height/Weight/Speed/Upside" pick.

    I'd also take Ladarius Greene later on. He's tall, gives good effort blocking, and runs like a wideout. He seriously needs to add mass, but put him in the weight room with Snee, Anvil, and Austin and that will come.

    Hell, I'd take them both.

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    [quote user="GMenNY21"]Fleener would be nice but I'm more interested in us maybe taking Dwayne Allen out of Clemson[/quote]I think Fleeners body type lends himself more to the Giants. I was more into Allen at the beginning of the year but the more tape I watch Fleener has really started to grow on me. He is so explosive in the passing game.Giants might need that if they Lose Manningham

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    [quote user="Raptor22"]The more I think about it, Fleener's height and potential to grow into his frame makes him more of a JR "Height/Weight/Speed/Upside" pick.

    I'd also take Ladarius Greene later on. He's tall, gives good effort blocking, and runs like a wideout. He seriously needs to add mass, but put him in the weight room with Snee, Anvil, and Austin and that will come.

    Hell, I'd take them both.
    [/quote]I like Green but he is a serious project.He is a guy that has a higher then average probability of getting nothing from. I want to see how he looks at the combine. Its hard to try to project a guy whe u need him to add 20 pounds

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    Re: Coby Fleener at #32

    It's probably a silly thought but isn't there the possibility that if (and when) the Colts select Luck with the #1 overall pick, they trade back into the last 1st and get his pal Fleener from Stanford as well?

    It just seems like with a new coach and GM that the Colts will move on from majority of the veterans and they will try to make Luck as comfortable as possible with a receiver or tight end to go along with their draft.

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