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WR Workout Numbers

Discussion in 'Draft Zone' started by sjordan6, Feb 25, 2007.

  1. cobra

    cobra Salty Bastard

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    I'd be ecstatic with Anthony Gonzalez in Round 2, but I don't think he will make it to our 2nd round pick.

    I don't like him as much at #22.

    But he will be a good one.
  2. alancdc

    alancdc Active Member

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    Looked to me that the kid Meachum from Tennessee had a great workout. They were all going on and on about it.
  3. cobra

    cobra Salty Bastard

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    Yeah, Meachum seemed to grab the #3 WR handle.

    Depending on Jarrett works out (I expect it to be poorly), I think the WR board will look like:
    1. C. Johnson
    2. T. Ginn
    3. Meachum
    4. Bowe/Jarrett
    5. Bowe/Jarrett
    6. S.Rice
    7. A. Gonzales
  4. McCordsville Cowboy

    McCordsville Cowboy Pro-Quinn

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    Couldnt have said it better...
  5. ZenItRam

    ZenItRam Member

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    Anyone here besides me excited about this Figures kid? He could be TG's replacement in a couple of years with good mentorship from TG himself. Full speed catches easily and a 40 in the 4.30 range is huge!
  6. numnuts23

    numnuts23 Active Member

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    Productive was the key term in what I said. Sure I think Calvin Johnson is a freak of nature and will be a solid, if not great WR in the NFL.

    With AG, he's going to be just what he was in college..not always flashing, not always making the great acrobatic catch, but just making the catch...making 1st downs.
  7. Wimbo

    Wimbo Active Member

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    Hope this is easier to read...

    Name School Ht Wt 40-1 40-2
    Aundrae AllisonEast Carolina 6008 192 4.44 4.41
    Dallas BakerFlorida 6031 208 4.694.62
    Reggie Ball Georgia Tech 5105 203 4.80 4.68
    David Ball New Hampshire 6007 196 DNR DNR
    Dwayne Bowe LSU 6022 221 4.54 4.46
    Steve Breaston Michigan 6003 193 4.44 4.43
    David Clowney Virginia Tech 6002 188 4.38 4.37
    Jemalle Cornelius Florida 5106 184 4.50 4.54
    Chris Davis Florida State 5102 181 4.53 4.50
    Craig Davis LSU 6013 207 4.44 INJ
    Aaron Fairooz Central Arkansas 6056 209 4.56 4.53
    Yamon Figurs Kansas State 5112 174 4.29 4.28
    Joel Filani Texas Tech 6021 211 4.50 4.54
    Ted Ginn Jr. Ohio State 5112 178 DNR DNR
    Anthony Gonzalez Ohio State 6000 193 4.33 4.38
    Jarrett Hicks Texas Tech 6027 210 4.664 .65
    Johnnie Lee Higgins UTEP 5113 186 4.48 4.47
    Jason Hill Washington State 6004 204 4.40 4.37
    Jonathan Holland Louisiana Tech 5116 191 4.36 4.40
    Drisan James Boise State 6000 193 4.54 4.45
    Dwayne Jarrett USC 6040 219 DNR DNR
    Calvin Johnson Georgia Tech 6050 239 4.45 4.35
    Jacoby Jones Lane 6025 210 4.50 4.47
    Onrea Jones Hampton 5111 202 4.56
    James Jones San Jose State 6006 207 4.55 4.53
    Jordan Kent Oregon 6041 221 INJ INJ
    Mike Mason Tennessee State 5115 190 4.33 4.36
    Marquay McDaniel Hampton 5105 205 4.47 4.43
    Rhema McKnight Notre Dame 6012 211 DNR DNR
    Robert Meachem Tennessee 6020 214 4.42 4.45
    Ryan Moore Miami-Fl 6022 217 4.58 4.57
    Legedu Naanee Boise State 6022 225 4.45 4.47
    Syvelle Newton South Carolina 6006 218 4.59 4.65
    Jerard Rabb Boise State 6023 201 4.59 4.59
    Sidney Rice South Carolina 6034 200 4.41 4.50
    Ryne Robinson Miami-Oh 5091 179 4.53 4.53
    Laurent Robinson Illinois State 6020 199 4.34 4.41
    Steve Smith USC 5116 197 4.37 4.41
    Syndric Steptoe Arizona 5085 194 4.57 4.56
    Chansi Stuckey Clemson 5105 197 4.65 4.62
    Jayson Swain Tennessee 6003 212 4.66 4.68
    Courtney Taylor Auburn 6016 204 4.53 4.47
    Matt Trannon Michigan State 6060 216 4.57 4.56
    Mike Walker Central Florida 6016 209 4.45 4.51
    Chandler Williams Florida International 5106 184 4.50 4.47
    Paul Williams Fresno State 6012 205 4.53 4.53
    D'Juan Woods Oklahoma State 6004 208 4.61 4.66
  8. cobra

    cobra Salty Bastard

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    Yeah, in round 2.

    Can anyone explain to me why someone would be touting Sidney Rice? Yeah, he is 6'4". Outside of that, everything else about him is average. I don't see him being any difference between him and Maurice Stovall who was the #90 pick at the end of the third round last year beyond the fact that Rice played in a Spurrier offense.
  9. alancdc

    alancdc Active Member

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    I saw him play some games last year, and I always thought he was a terrific player. They had MAJOR QB problems @ SC, and I think that had he played at a school with a good QB he would have been a star. Could be wrong, but it wouldn't hurt my fellings to take him in the 2nd.
  10. Bob Sacamano

    Bob Sacamano Benched

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    still can't believe Stuckey ran 4.6s
  11. Rockytop6

    Rockytop6 Well-Known Member

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    Silverbear, what round do you think Gonzalez and Hill will be picked?
  12. CATCH17

    CATCH17 1st Round Pick

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    Meachem underachieves 2 years in college, finally has a decent year, and runs a good 40 time and thats enough to spend a 1st on him?

    Meachem is going to be a disapointment in my opinion. He'll get the money and you wont ever see much after that.

    Hes always been physically gifted but it took him 3 years to finally show signs of it on the field.
  13. InmanRoshi

    InmanRoshi Zone Scribe

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    I don't know if I can agree with that. Rice has a terrific feel for the game and phenomenal skills when the ball is in the air. When you have that kind of height combined with those kind of instinctual ball skills, you get Colston Weatherington, Larry Fitzgerald or Plaxico (without 'tude). He's not polished, he's leaving two years of eligibility on the table, but he has a huge ceiling.
  14. InmanRoshi

    InmanRoshi Zone Scribe

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    I don't really think he "underachieved" by not tearing up the SEC at 19 years old coming off a major knee injury playing in a stagnant, run oriented offense.

    But its funny how Meachem, and the other Volunteer WR's, suddenly have "decent" years when Tennessee rehires Cutcliff and they get a halfway decent passing attack going again.
  15. carphalen5150

    carphalen5150 New Member

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    Gonzo is going to be a very nice complimentary guy, but there is no way in hell he is going to be more productive than CJ, Jarrett, Bowe or Rice.
  16. VA Cowboy

    VA Cowboy Benched

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    Exactly.

    It's not like he didn't play good for several years. A knee injury as a freshman and a poor overall team effort in a 5-6 Sophomore year was plenty of reason he didn't have good numbers those two seasons.

    This past year, with their former OC back and with him healthy, Meach had a great year.

    I don't think those first two years are any indication of the type of player he will be in the NFL.

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