Originally posted by DynastyPart2:
I'm hoping that Tannehill has a really good combine and some team is willing to trade up to #30 to get him; then the 49ers turn two 2nd round draft picks into Fleener and Hill! That would give our offense the shot in the arm they need, two players 6'4" and 6'6" to convert on 3rd downs and are BIG RZ options.
wouldnt mind this one bit
washington would have to trade up someone early in 2nd round
but my first choise would be to trade up for wright
I agree. I actually hope we do trade back alittle and pick up a pick or 2. Than if we can still grab Hill and say Fleener and maybe an OLB in the 3rd, I'd be happy as hell with the draft.
Originally posted by 49ersalldaway126:
he plays in a spread offense that completely inflates his stats (played ay OKLA ST at that) is he a good prospect yes he is but he isnt an elite prospect if he came out last year (same production age etc just last years class) he would be 3rd WR taken behing green and jones and same thing except for next year he wouldd be behind woods and wilson
well 95 % of college football is spread offense, its not his fault he tore it up in a spread offense
anyways, back to Stephen Hill
6'5 and 4.36 is crazy. When is he projected to go? Early 2nd?
Before the combine he was a 2nd-3rd. He may have moved himself up into the 1st-early 2nd now.
We are just in the right spot to take this kid. Can't wait till draft day.
It's a 4.30 and a 4.31 in the 40
But remember Jason Hill who was with us ran a 4.32 also. But for Stephen Hill at his size to run that fast is impressive. The next thing is to see if he actually play at that speed. But you can see that speed on some of his vertical catches.
Originally posted by mike:
So I'm guessing Hill just got rid of the notion that it's a reach to take a WR in the late 1st? People were saying that it's not worth it because the top tier is blackmon floyd and maybe wright.
The question may now be does wright's value fall and hills rise enough for hill to be taken earlier?
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