Calvin Johnson is the man

Discussion in 'Draft Zone' started by locked&loaded, Apr 30, 2006.

  1. locked&loaded

    locked&loaded Well-Known Member

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  2. CaptainAmerica

    CaptainAmerica Active Member

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    That guy is a top 5 pick next year. Forget it.
  3. locked&loaded

    locked&loaded Well-Known Member

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    ya captain america thats why i said i wish. ill go for brian brohm though
  4. cleverusername

    cleverusername New Member

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    Brandt's top WR prospects for 2007 NFL Draft

    Joel Filani Texas Tech 6-2 215

    Jarrett Hicks Texas Tech 6-3 210

    Jason Hill Washington State 6-1½ 205

    Jeff Samardzija Notre Dame 6-4½ 215

    Chansi Stuckey Clemson 6-0½ 185

    Steve Smith USC 6-0½ 195

    I wouldn't mind seeing either one of these guys in a Cowboys uniform.
  5. The30YardSlant

    The30YardSlant Benched

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    Joel Filani is nothing more than a product of Tceh's gimmick offense

    Hicks is very good, though
  6. Mr. Pigskin

    Mr. Pigskin Member

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    Watch out for MD OT Jared Gaither, he will be the next in a line of freaks coming from MD in years past. 6-9 330 OT ran a 4.75 coming out of high school at that weight. Gave up no sacks to any ACC defender as a true freshman last season.
  7. cleverusername

    cleverusername New Member

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    If I had a quarter for every time I heard this......:rolleyes:

    Last year Filani stepped it up and really looked a little better than Hicks, IMO.( I watched or listened to every game) I was supprised myself to see anyone giving this " gimmick offense" some love, :) much less Gill Brandt. While I could understand this agument for a QB, I must disagree when you are talking about a reciever. You have to be able to run routes, catch the ball, and both of these guys do both pretty darn good and can get separation and take it to the house.

    SALADIN Jumper

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    Get on this band wagon!

    I know...hours after the 2006 draft, there are 99 top 5 players. That's why we're draftniks!
  9. CrazyCowboy

    CrazyCowboy Well-Known Member

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    Maybe some day he will be....
  10. Bryan8284

    Bryan8284 Active Member

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    Who would Johnson or any first round WR replace? Of course if TO is an *** that's whom, but TG just got a new deal, Green and Crayton are here, then #5 is for ST (Copper, Merritt, whoever)
  11. ghst187

    ghst187 Well-Known Member

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    I think we make a splash next year in the draft. We're going to be pretty stacked and young on defense and old on offense. Depends on what JJ does this year but apparently he's not off limits to trade.
    I would trade JJ and our first round pick and a few more for the right to draft Adrian Peterson.
    I would give up quite a bit for Brady Quinn, if Henson doesn't show it.
    If we feel good about JJ and Henson going into next offseason, I'd make a big splash for Calvin Johnson. Guy is going to be a stud, no doubt about it.

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