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Name your top-5 WR's to watch this season looking at the 2012 NFL Draft

Originally posted by VDSF:


his balance, body control, hands, ability to locate and track and adjust to the ball, the way he shieds defenders with his body... those are all things that come so natural to him, and you really cant coach. if we could only inject a little patrick willis mindset into him...
Justin Blackmon.....nuff said....end thread.....
anyone like Mohamed Sanu? I think he might be good value in the second round after we take a CB in the first . Versatile and supposedly already runs full route tree.
Originally posted by smacII:
anyone like Mohamed Sanu? I think he might be good value in the second round after we take a CB in the first . Versatile and supposedly already runs full route tree.
from the top of page 4
Originally posted by vrabbit:
so after four games what's your top 5 look like?

Jeffery is getting ZERO exposure out in South Carolina, it's truly sad, meanwhile Blackmon is BEASTING.

Blackmon
Floyd - handling his business
Jeffery - it's not his fault he's not getting his touches and plays with a crappy QB, he's still arguably the best of the class
Dwight Jones - I'm buying the hype, he is still very under the radar
Mohamed Sanu - from Rutgers, remember the name

that's my top 5 right now, honorable mention to Broyles, Jordan White, and Kendall Wright
I drafted Jeff Fuller and Juron Criner in the third and fourth round in Madden.
Member Milestone: This is post number 2,000 for saniner.
Count me in on the Michael Floyd bandwagon!
I am very wary of Okla St WRs, Crabtree, Dez and Blackmon, begining to think it is the system. Maybe I am wrong, but not convinced.
Originally posted by WildBill:
I am very wary of Okla St WRs, Crabtree, Dez and Blackmon, begining to think it is the system. Maybe I am wrong, but not convinced.

he's from Texas Tech
Originally posted by WildBill:
I am very wary of Okla St WRs, Crabtree, Dez and Blackmon, begining to think it is the system. Maybe I am wrong, but not convinced.

whats wrong with dez? youre saying you wouldnt want dez bryant on our team?
Originally posted by FredFlintstone:
Originally posted by WildBill:
I am very wary of Okla St WRs, Crabtree, Dez and Blackmon, begining to think it is the system. Maybe I am wrong, but not convinced.

whats wrong with dez? youre saying you wouldnt want dez bryant on our team?

yeah if you're gonna blast OkSt for WR's bring up Rashaun Woods

even Crabtree isn't really bad at all, his numbers would be a lot better in an established, pass-happy offense like he had at TTU. He's a solid #2 at the moment who still has #1 potential, just needs to stay healthy and play consistently and he'll reach that top level he was projected to be at IMO
Marvin Mcnutt Iowa 6-4 215 4.5 40yd

I don't know how you cannot be impressed with this guy. Just had his 8th 100yd game of the season for the Hawkeyes.
Has 74 catches, 1240yds 12tds so far this season on a team that runs a prostyle offense. He usually makes at least one ridiculous catch a game.

Jeffery has really fallen off. He looks really out of shape, and I think that Floyd has solidified himself as the number 2 WR, just behind Blackmon. I think Jeffery really needs to get in great shape before the combine to prove himself, or he could end up falling to the late 1st, early 2nd round.

Originally posted by saniner:
Jeffery has really fallen off. He looks really out of shape, and I think that Floyd has solidified himself as the number 2 WR, just behind Blackmon. I think Jeffery really needs to get in great shape before the combine to prove himself, or he could end up falling to the late 1st, early 2nd round.


wow, how old is that picture?
Originally posted by vrabbit:
wow, how old is that picture?

From August I think.

EDIT, probably quite a bit earlier than that.
[ Edited by saniner on Nov 19, 2011 at 1:10 PM ]
Originally posted by Thorhawk:
Marvin Mcnutt Iowa 6-4 215 4.5 40yd

I don't know how you cannot be impressed with this guy. Just had his 8th 100yd game of the season for the Hawkeyes.
Has 74 catches, 1240yds 12tds so far this season on a team that runs a prostyle offense. He usually makes at least one ridiculous catch a game.


McNutt is rising to 2nd round consideration lately. Could do even further depending on All-Star invites/practices/performance there. Really starting to like a lot of certain players outside of the "big names" like Floyd and Blackmon.

(In no particular order)

1. Kendall Wright, Baylor - Comparison: Steve Smith
2. Joe Adams, Arkansas - Comparison: Percy Harvin
3. Dwight Jones, North Carolina - Comparison: Andre Johnson
4. Mohamed Sanu, Rutgers* - Comparison: None -- really no receiver like him in the league right now.
5. Marvin McNutt, Iowa - Comparison: Sidney Rice