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New Redzone Target-Updated with Senior Bowl and E-W Shrine measurements*

This thread will be used to list, rank, discuss, argue etc etc players who fall into the "big target" category. Although I prefer the 6'3+ range for that classification I will use players who stand at 6'2 as of now. Once the combine comes we will have more accurate measurements for players I will adjust accordingly. All rankings and measurements are taken from DraftScout. I was initially only going to list WR's but will add TE's into the mix as well. Because most TE's fall into the "big" category I will try to keep the list short and keep the blocking guys out of the mix. If I have missed anybody let me know and I will add them.


Player-PositionRank-School-Class-Ht.-Wt.-40 Time


  1. Michael Floyd WR2 Notre Dame Sr 6-3 224 4.54
  2. Mohamed Sanu WR4 Rutgers Jr 6-2 215 4.57
  3. Alshon Jeffery WR5 South Carolina Jr 6-4 229 4.56
  4. Rueben Randle WR6 LSU Jr 6-3 208 4.57
  5. Nick Toon WR7 Wisconsin Sr 6-2 220 4.52
  6. Brian Quick WR8 Appalachian Stater Sr 6034 222 4.63-updated
  7. Dwight Jones WR9 North Carolina Sr 6031 226 4.53-update....under 6'4
  8. Stephen Hill WR11 Georgia Tech Jr 6-4 206 4.57
  9. Tommy Streeter WR12 Miami (Fla.) rJr 6-4 215 4.49
  10. Marvin McNutt WR17 Iowa Sr 6024 216 4.52-updated....under 6'4
  11. Jeff Fuller WR19 Texas A&M Sr 6041 217 4.52-updated....taller then listed originally
  12. B.J. Cunningham WR22 Michigan Stater Sr 6013 209 4.59-updated....shorter then 6'2
  13. Gerell Robinson WR26 Arizona State Sr 6031 223 4.58-updated
  14. Marvin Jones WR27 California Sr 6017 198 4.53-updated....under 6'2
  15. Jarrett Boykin WR30 Virginia Tech Sr 6-2 218 4.64
  16. Derek Moye WR33 Penn Stater Sr 6-4 210 4.54
  17. Mike Willie WR34 Arizona State Sr 6-2 212 4.59
  18. Greg Childs WR35 Arkansas Sr 6031 215 4.56-updated
  19. Juron Criner WR36 Arizona Sr 6021 220 4.62-updated.....under 6'4
  20. Phillip Payne WR46 UNLV Sr 6-3 205 4.62
  21. Thomas Mayo WR47 California (PA)Sr 6012 207 4.59-updated.....under 6'2
  22. Chris Summers WR48 Liberty Sr 6-3 212 4.64


Player-PositionRank-School-Class-Ht.-Wt.-40 Time

  1. Dwayne Allen TE1 Clemson Jr 6-4 255 4.76
  2. Coby Fleener TE2 Stanford Sr 6-6 245 4.77
  3. Orson Charles TE3 Georgia Jr 6-3 242 4.64
  4. Michael Egnew TE4 Missouri Sr 6-5 245 4.60
  5. Ladarius Green TE5 La.-Lafayette Sr 6-6 236 4.64
  6. Rhett Ellison TE7 Southern California Sr 6-5 250 4.76
  7. Kevin Koger TE8 Michigan Sr 6-4 258 4.78
  8. Nick Provo TE11 Syracuse Sr 6-3 249 4.78
  9. Deangelo Peterson TE12 LSU Sr 6-3 236 4.73
  10. Josh Chichester TE16 Louisville Sr 6-7 240 4.79
[ Edited by jreff22 on Jan 23, 2012 at 5:46 PM ]
Great list
Players that will be in the Senior Bowl...

TBA Fuller, Jeff WR 6-4 / 220 Texas A&M
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Would love for us to draft two receivers from that list:

Fuller/Childs
D.Jones/Quick
Floyd/McNutt
S.Hill/Childs
Originally posted by Kolohe:
Would love for us to draft two receivers from that list:

Fuller/Childs
D.Jones/Quick
Floyd/McNutt
S.Hill/Childs

Floyd/McNutt might make me McNutt in my pants!!
Stephen Hill is my fav. WR in this draft. Brian Quick would be just as good. If we could get both.........
I still can't believe Criner dropped that far. Damn. Well worth a middle round pick.
michael floyd had 2 public intoxication arrests and a dui at notre dame...hopefully niners dont take him out for an irish coffee when he has a predraft visit with them

character issues aside floyd would add alot to niners passing game i think
With all due respect to D-Love, I would love for the Niners to pick up Fleener. The Niners need a good tall TE who has sure hands and run great routes, especially since this is such a TE heavy team and they need better red zone targets.
[ Edited by RedWaltz24 on Jan 9, 2012 at 9:12 AM ]
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Originally posted by RedWaltz24:
With all due respect to D-Love, I would love for the Niners to pick up Fleener. The Niners need a good tall TE who has sure hands and run great routes, especially since this is such a TE heavy team and they need better red zone targets.

Well isn't D-love an upcoming free agent?? He could very well not be back, at least we would know before the draft, so drafting Fleener is a strong possibilty. Justin Peelle also might not be back, so it makes more sense to draft him.

But I hope we re-sign Walker and Peelle and draft two big men at receiver, like Dwight Jones and Stephen Hill or even Nick Toon, Jeff Fuller and Greg Childs, man this class is deep.
give me Wright or Sanu in the first and one of those red zone targets in the later rounds
As much as I like Dwight Jones, Michael Floyd would fit our team so well. He has so much explosion when he blocks and he runs like a running back when he has the ball in his hands.
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Originally posted by SF69ers:
As much as I like Dwight Jones, Michael Floyd would fit our team so well. He has so much explosion when he blocks and he runs like a running back when he has the ball in his hands.

I agree with you about Floyd. Only reason I hardly even mention him is because I like to think he'll be gone by the time we pick. Remember this isn't the 9ers of 2005 and 2007 or 2010 we will be drafting at the end of the 1st round. And I'd be shocked if Floyd lasted that long.
Originally posted by Kolohe:
Originally posted by SF69ers:
As much as I like Dwight Jones, Michael Floyd would fit our team so well. He has so much explosion when he blocks and he runs like a running back when he has the ball in his hands.

I agree with you about Floyd. Only reason I hardly even mention him is because I like to think he'll be gone by the time we pick. Remember this isn't the 9ers of 2005 and 2007 or 2010 we will be drafting at the end of the 1st round. And I'd be shocked if Floyd lasted that long.

I don't think he'll be available either. Woulda been a good thought though. He'd have success in our system for sure.