Discussion in 'Draft Zone' started by EMMITTnROY, Mar 11, 2009.
I'd take him with our 3rd round pick.
I read a bio on him the other day and it stated he won't get much separation in the NFL.
He's big, but lumbers is what they were implying.
Naw, if we're gonna draft anybody from Redneck Tech, I'd "sooner" it be Duke Robinson...
PFW throws him under the bus basically. Definitely seems to get the "buyer beware" tag.
I want Juaquin Iglesias wants to be a Dallas Cowboy and we are gonna have to do it in the 2nd to get him. Think a bigger and faster A. Boldin. This guy made monster plays every week versus the top competion in college and will be a very good WR in the NFL. Look at the top rec that have been thrown under the bus by magazines prior to the draft, just watch the film. Lets get him.
I have no idea whether he will ggod as Boldin but the guy did make plays has good hands
I wanna be a Cowboy too.
He ought to stick to singing.
I was just getting ready to say "I would rather have Julio or at least Joaquin Phoenix"
He gives us to much of the exact same thing Patrick Crayton does.
If we get rid of Crayton i'd like to have him. If not then he would just be a wasted pick.
Please people. Don't think that.
Is spelling correctly optional in this post?
me encanta los dallas cowboys....Bailamos - let the Cowboys sign you now Bailamos
I'll pass unless he slips to late second day or undrafted.
But I don't want us to spend a 2nd round pick on you, no offense.
I always thought that his dad Julio Iglesias was a better singer... But he did date Anna Kornicova for a while....
I dont know if its true but I heard a story back when Enrique first became poppular.
He called his father and said, "Dad I have the #1 song"
His father laughed and said, "no you dont" and hung up
If he was as you describe him, he'd be an early first rounder, not a 3rd.
When you consider all the Big 12 QBs putting up huge #s, no one can say they played against "top competition", certainly not on the defensive side of the ball. Like many Big 12 WRs, he's an average prospect who put up big #s against bad defenses.
A better NFL comparison would have been Patrick Crayton.