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Kendall Wright bandwagon

Originally posted by nickbradley:
Originally posted by niners4lyfe:
lulz, NO!!!!!

What's the f**king difference? Same size, speed, strength, etc.

Both got popped like little b***hes on the line in the NFL and couldn't get wide open in the NFL.

Both? One of these guys hasn't played a down int the NFL yet...
Originally posted by saniner:
They really aren't similar players at all. Warrick was one of the most elusive WRs in college football, and a dangerous return man. Warrick wasn't very successful in the NFL, but a lot of that is due to the fact that he had Akili Smith and Gus Frerotte as his QBs, and suffered a knee injury early in his career.

Kendall Wright is more of a deep threat in the mold of a Steve Smith or Santana Moss. Small guys who can stretch the field.

Look similar to me. Only difference is that Wright had a rocket-armed RGIII throwing bombs to him wide open downfield

Originally posted by saniner:
Both? One of these guys hasn't played a down int the NFL yet...

Hopefully he won't play a down in Red and Gold.
Originally posted by nickbradley:
Originally posted by saniner:
They really aren't similar players at all. Warrick was one of the most elusive WRs in college football, and a dangerous return man. Warrick wasn't very successful in the NFL, but a lot of that is due to the fact that he had Akili Smith and Gus Frerotte as his QBs, and suffered a knee injury early in his career.

Kendall Wright is more of a deep threat in the mold of a Steve Smith or Santana Moss. Small guys who can stretch the field.

Look similar to me. Only difference is that Wright had a rocket-armed RGIII throwing bombs to him wide open downfield


Warrick was one of the most elusive players in college football. Wright doesn't come close IMO.

Again, I compare Wright to Santana Moss. On the right team, he can be a very dangerous player
Originally posted by nickbradley:
I found a highlight reel that really show his nimbleness and elusiveness of a guy his size:


Actually, I think we should draft ^ this guy ^. He's elusive and has blazing speed. He can play the slot really well. And I think we can steal him in the 6th round...
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Originally posted by DaDivaRecieva15:

Originally posted by DaDivaRecieva15:

1. Small
2. Slow for a small guy
3. weak - 4 reps on the bench
4. doesn't like blocking
5. gives up on plays where he isn't the target of his QB
6. looks better on tape than he really is because of a Heisman winning franchise QB
7. due to limitations, he will never play Flanker (z) or Split End (x) - he is solely a slot guy
Originally posted by jimrat:

Emoticons fit with the dated interface of this site. OMG! LMFAO!
Originally posted by nickbradley:
Originally posted by DaDivaRecieva15:

1. Small
2. Slow for a small guy
3. weak - 4 reps on the bench
4. doesn't like blocking
5. gives up on plays where he isn't the target of his QB
6. looks better on tape than he really is because of a Heisman winning franchise QB
7. due to limitations, he will never play Flanker (z) or Split End (x) - he is solely a slot guy

a BIG this
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Originally posted by nickbradley:
1. Small
2. Slow for a small guy
3. weak - 4 reps on the bench
4. doesn't like blocking
5. gives up on plays where he isn't the target of his QB
6. looks better on tape than he really is because of a Heisman winning franchise QB
7. due to limitations, he will never play Flanker (z) or Split End (x) - he is solely a slot guy

he isnt slow

Hes a lot faster in game
[ Edited by ImaMod on Apr 25, 2012 at 7:52 PM ]
Originally posted by nickbradley:
Originally posted by nickbradley:
I found a highlight reel that really show his nimbleness and elusiveness of a guy his size:


Actually, I think we should draft ^ this guy ^. He's elusive and has blazing speed. He can play the slot really well. And I think we can steal him in the 6th round...
and he can cost us a trip to the Superbowl
Originally posted by jreff22:
and he can cost us a trip to the Superbowl

lol this lol
Originally posted by DRnSFw:
Man we need this guy on our team! We should draft him!!!

Gtfo you fvck boi!

Don't Nick Bradley me, bro
Originally posted by mike:
Originally posted by SofaKing:
In all honesty, I don't think Wright would even be on Baalke's draft board. Baalke loves size, and if a guy isn't big he better be fast. Ideally he wants a combination of Size/Speed/Production. A perfect example would be Chris Culliver. He had excellent size & speed, and even though people said he was raw, he was a 3-year starter with plenty of experience.

Huh? Culliver is 6'0, 2 inches taller than Wright, and about average when it comes to cbs. He had one of the better 40s, but also produced in college.

Yet he also went for Kendall Hunter. Who was "too short" to a lot of people, and also ran a mediocre combine but showed elite speed on tape. Wright can get separation and has tons of tape showing his playmaking ability. So is he fast or not? I guess it depends on what his job is going to be, are we going to have him running track in the Olympics or are we going to have him running routes?

BAALKE WATCHES TAPE GUYS. He is not just a stopwatch scout...

I'm not solely basing my opinion on a stop watch. If you read my post previous to this I praised Wright for having the best game tape of any WR in this draft. However, there are legitimate questions as to whether he can hold up on the outside, or is he just a slot WR.

And once again, Baalke likes size/speed. He's shown it the past 2 drafts. He did draft Hunter & Williams, who are small, but both are sub-package players. I don't think he would go with a guy who might just be a sub-package player in the 1st round. Remember, its just my opinion. No need to get so touchy about it.