Originally posted by Gore_21:
Yeah, just judging from that one video of the Connecticut game (which is probably an unfair judgement) he looked slow, not quick, had some drops... granted the QB play wasn't the best but he didn't look that good. Even on the returns.... if you are taking RB/WR/Return Specialist Harvin looked a heck of a lot quicker and faster than him. Granted Harvin is a lot smaller but he doesn't look like he has the speed or quickness to return in the NFL... looks like he would have to rely on his body at WR.
If the highlights of the Connecticut game were an illustration of Sanu's abilities then I would let him pass and hope someone else takes him to drive another good player to us.
Originally posted by JustinNiner: id take fleener ahead of sanu. It looks like its a risk that his talents may have a hard time transitioning from college to pros IMO
Fleener has 4 for inches of height, probably 3 or 4 inches in wingspan, probably the same speed maybe a little faster.
I think Fleener is going to run 4.7 or 4.8.
on tape he outruns safeties and had them playing deeper then you'd expect but either way a 4.75 250pound 6-6 (probably 34 inch arm maybe longer) TE is your choice against a 4.67 6-2 210pound 33 inch arm WR you would be better served taking the TE.
Originally posted by ishkabibel:
I wonder if Sanu lost a lot of money today or was just over-hyped going in. Either way I'd be shocked if he went first round after today.
overhyped - the 115 catches is what blew people away but his yardage total was only 1100 - 10 yards per catch average isnt that great. Everyone knew he didn't get separation but his massive hands saved him over and over.
This fan site is dedicated to the 49ers and their fans. It is in no way affiliated with the NFL or any of its teams. All teams and players mentioned on this site are registered trademarks of the NFL. The use of any team names, words, trademarks, logos or photos have been used for descriptive purposes only. The content and information from other sites is the property of their respective owners. Player and team photos used with permission from USA TODAY Sports Images.