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Stephen Hill, Georgia Tech, WR

Originally posted by Kolohe:
Originally posted by PTulini:
I think Stephen Hill is a perfect fit for the 49ers. He's exactly what we're looking for in a WR. He has the size, speed, and he's a good run blocker coming Georgia Tech's triple-option offense! As a rookie, (worst case scenario) he could be used to stretch the field, run block, and help improve our redzone offense. Given one season to learn from a guy like Randy Moss will really benefit Hill's development into a star.


Exactly how I feel plus Crabtree (really don't get the feeling he will re-sign once his rookie contract is up) and one or two of our veterans might not be here in a year or two.

If Crabtree is nonexistent this year look for his ass to be traded in 2013
  • Wodwo
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Originally posted by jreff22:
If Crabtree is nonexistent this year look for his ass to be traded in 2013

If he doesn't exist, how are we going to find his ass to trade it?

If we do find his ass, can we trade it and keep the rest of him?
Originally posted by Wodwo:
Originally posted by jreff22:
If Crabtree is nonexistent this year look for his ass to be traded in 2013

If he doesn't exist, how are we going to find his ass to trade it?

If we do find his ass, can we trade it and keep the rest of him?

Stop reading philosophy on the toilet
Originally posted by Jakemall:
Originally posted by SofaKing:
The closer we get to the draft, the more I get the feeling Stephen Hill will be the pick. I think we would take him over Fleener or Zeitler.

I hope so. I think he brings more to the table than either of those two guys. We have very good TEs...We have enough depth on the line that we can afford to get a lineman in the 2nd.

If Konz somehow fell, I could see us taking him...but other than that, I'm all about Hill. A guy like that can be both a deep threat and a redzone threat.

I agree. I'm still not satisfied with our WR situation and I don't think the team is either. Who knows what to expect from Moss. Manningham is talented but he has been injury prone. We could easily see Brett Swain and Joe Hastings running around the field again if we don't add more talent.

I'm very confident that the 49ers will not draft an interior lineman at #30. Even though there is a need for a RG, another 1st round lineman would be overkill. The team is very high on Kilgore, and I think they will give him every opportunity to be the RG of the future.

A TE will be drafted at some point to compete with Byham, and to possibly replace Walker in 2013.
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Originally posted by jreff22:
Originally posted by Wodwo:
Originally posted by jreff22:
If Crabtree is nonexistent this year look for his ass to be traded in 2013

If he doesn't exist, how are we going to find his ass to trade it?

If we do find his ass, can we trade it and keep the rest of him?

Stop reading philosophy on the toilet

I actually read my book on pyrotechnics on the toilet right now, thank you very much!

I don't read philosophy anyway. It's kinda boring after you've formed your own opinion.
Originally posted by Phoenix49ers:
The closer we get to the draft, the less likely I feel that Hill will be around for the 49ers to select. If he's, then he's a great fit for this team with his size, speed and blocking ability, but I'm kind of iffy, I think Texans will snag him without a 2nd thought.

That is certainly possible. If the Texans are eyeing a WR with their pick they would probably be looking at Hill or Randle. Both are big receivers who can get vertical, and would be very effective in their play-action heavy offense.
Originally posted by Wodwo:
Originally posted by jreff22:
Originally posted by Wodwo:
Originally posted by jreff22:
If Crabtree is nonexistent this year look for his ass to be traded in 2013

If he doesn't exist, how are we going to find his ass to trade it?

If we do find his ass, can we trade it and keep the rest of him?

Stop reading philosophy on the toilet

I actually read my book on pyrotechnics on the toilet right now, thank you very much!

I don't read philosophy anyway. It's kinda boring after you've formed your own opinion.

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explosive diarrhea?
  • Wodwo
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Originally posted by jreff22:

does it help with ......



explosive diarrhea?

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This dude seems like a phenom but his lack of receptions scares me.
  • Wodwo
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Originally posted by susweel:
This dude seems like a phenom but his lack of receptions scares me.

Yeah, I'm with you....

It's nice that we can have more confidence in our GM to make a good pick now at least.

Makes the scary less scary.
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Originally posted by susweel:
This dude seems like a phenom but his lack of receptions scares me.

They didn't pass much at G-Tech.
Originally posted by mayo49:
They didn't pass much at G-Tech.

one thing i love about hill is his work ethic

however i still dont think he will make much of an impact till next year
Originally posted by susweel:
This dude seems like a phenom but his lack of receptions scares me.

You have to look at the team stats...

GT 2011 Tevin Washington-74/150, 1652 yards, 11TD's-8INTs
GT 2010 Josh Nesbit-39/105, 674 yards, 7TD's-4INTs Tevin Washington-25/61, 417 yards, 2TDs-3INTs

Stanford 2011 Andrew Luck-288-404, 3517 yards, 37TD's-10INTs
Stanford 2010 Andrew Luck-263/372, 3338 yards, 32-TDs-8INTs
Originally posted by Wodwo:
Originally posted by jreff22:
If Crabtree is nonexistent this year look for his ass to be traded in 2013

If he doesn't exist, how are we going to find his ass to trade it?

If we do find his ass, can we trade it and keep the rest of him?

Hill is a high reward, high bust pick.