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Brian Quick - WR - Appalachian State

He looks good. What's his height/weight and any ideas about his work ethic ?

For now, I'd take Stephen Hill in the 2nd round over him. He might be a nice 3rd - 4th rounder tho
[ Edited by kronik on Jan 8, 2012 at 5:28 PM ]
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A lot of stat sites list him at 6 - 5 but ESPN has him listed at 6 - 3 1/2 on the draft site.

6 - 3 1/2 and 210
Originally posted by jreff22:
Originally posted by JerryRice1848:
Is this guy quick?

draft scout has him at 4.6 and change

lol
Originally posted by niner4life21:
Originally posted by jreff22:
Originally posted by JerryRice1848:
Is this guy quick?

draft scout has him at 4.6 and change

lol

he plays faster though
Originally posted by niner4life21:
Originally posted by jreff22:
Originally posted by JerryRice1848:
Is this guy quick?

draft scout has him at 4.6 and change

lol

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Originally posted by jreff22:
Originally posted by niner4life21:
Originally posted by jreff22:
Originally posted by JerryRice1848:
Is this guy quick?

draft scout has him at 4.6 and change

lol


remember it's estimated. I bet he runs a low 4.5 in his underwear.
Originally posted by jreff22:
Originally posted by niner4life21:
Originally posted by jreff22:
Originally posted by JerryRice1848:
Is this guy quick?

draft scout has him at 4.6 and change

lol


because of his name
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Just found this on ProFootballWeekly.....

http://www.profootballweekly.com/prospects/player/brian-quick-8/

Notes:Was a prep basketball standout in South Carolina and played only one season of football. Saw action in two games in 2007 before injuring his back and taking a medical redshirt. Returned to the field in '08 to make 23 catches for 496 yards (21.6-yard average) and nine touchdowns in 13 games. Started all 14 games at "Y" receiver in '09, recording 61-982-4 (16.1) in '09. Posted a team-leading 47-844-9 (18.0) in 13 contests (11 starts) in '10. Team captain needs 69 receptions, 802 yards and five touchdowns to become APSU's all-time leader in each category.

Evaluation:A former basketball and high-jump standout, Quick possesses intriguing length, athleticism, leaping ability and body control with natural receiving skills and a competitive temperament. Builds speed on open releases, is able to sink his hips and break off routes and is a confident hands catcher — tracks well, displays impressive hand-eye coordination and makes acrobatic grabs. Thrives in the air where he is aggressive and strong-handed, routinely posting up smaller defensive backs and taking throws off their helmets. Surprisingly strong and competitive after the catch and works hard to stalk-block. Has some concentration drops and could require patience grasping an NFL playbook but is coachable and has big upside in a West Coast system.

Extra emphasis on this sentence. Perfect to develop behind Morgan :D
Originally posted by sfout:
Just found this on ProFootballWeekly.....

http://www.profootballweekly.com/prospects/player/brian-quick-8/

Notes:Was a prep basketball standout in South Carolina and played only one season of football. Saw action in two games in 2007 before injuring his back and taking a medical redshirt. Returned to the field in '08 to make 23 catches for 496 yards (21.6-yard average) and nine touchdowns in 13 games. Started all 14 games at "Y" receiver in '09, recording 61-982-4 (16.1) in '09. Posted a team-leading 47-844-9 (18.0) in 13 contests (11 starts) in '10. Team captain needs 69 receptions, 802 yards and five touchdowns to become APSU's all-time leader in each category.

Evaluation:A former basketball and high-jump standout, Quick possesses intriguing length, athleticism, leaping ability and body control with natural receiving skills and a competitive temperament. Builds speed on open releases, is able to sink his hips and break off routes and is a confident hands catcher — tracks well, displays impressive hand-eye coordination and makes acrobatic grabs. Thrives in the air where he is aggressive and strong-handed, routinely posting up smaller defensive backs and taking throws off their helmets. Surprisingly strong and competitive after the catch and works hard to stalk-block. Has some concentration drops and could require patience grasping an NFL playbook but is coachable and has big upside in a West Coast system.

Extra emphasis on this sentence. Perfect to develop behind Morgan :D

We need a guy who gets on the field week 1
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Originally posted by jreff22:
Originally posted by sfout:
Just found this on ProFootballWeekly.....

http://www.profootballweekly.com/prospects/player/brian-quick-8/

Notes:Was a prep basketball standout in South Carolina and played only one season of football. Saw action in two games in 2007 before injuring his back and taking a medical redshirt. Returned to the field in '08 to make 23 catches for 496 yards (21.6-yard average) and nine touchdowns in 13 games. Started all 14 games at "Y" receiver in '09, recording 61-982-4 (16.1) in '09. Posted a team-leading 47-844-9 (18.0) in 13 contests (11 starts) in '10. Team captain needs 69 receptions, 802 yards and five touchdowns to become APSU's all-time leader in each category.

Evaluation:A former basketball and high-jump standout, Quick possesses intriguing length, athleticism, leaping ability and body control with natural receiving skills and a competitive temperament. Builds speed on open releases, is able to sink his hips and break off routes and is a confident hands catcher — tracks well, displays impressive hand-eye coordination and makes acrobatic grabs. Thrives in the air where he is aggressive and strong-handed, routinely posting up smaller defensive backs and taking throws off their helmets. Surprisingly strong and competitive after the catch and works hard to stalk-block. Has some concentration drops and could require patience grasping an NFL playbook but is coachable and has big upside in a West Coast system.

Extra emphasis on this sentence. Perfect to develop behind Morgan :D

We need a guy who gets on the field week 1

He doesn't need to know who playbook on week 1. Especially sense Morgan will likely start opposite Crabtree, whoever we draft will only play situational football for the first year anyway(i.e. 3rd and long and red zone packages). If we wanted a day 1 starter we wouldn't re-sign Morgan and we'd trade up for Jeffery or Floyd.
Originally posted by sfout:
He doesn't need to know who playbook on week 1. Especially sense Morgan will likely start opposite Crabtree, whoever we draft will only play situational football for the first year anyway(i.e. 3rd and long and red zone packages). If we wanted a day 1 starter we wouldn't re-sign Morgan and we'd trade up for Jeffery or Floyd.

Morgan has been a starter. Ginn has been a starter. Williams has been a starter. Whoever we draft needs to be able to contribute right out of the gates. If we are only using a WR for the RZ then we are broadcasting what we are going to do. We need an impact WR and that can come from any round.