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Rueben Randle WR LSU

Originally posted by mayo49:
He'd instantly be our #3 reciever this year and be our #1 or #2 in 2013.

i dont see him beating out moss crabtree or manningham this year
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Originally posted by 49ersalldaway126:
Originally posted by mayo49:
He'd instantly be our #3 reciever this year and be our #1 or #2 in 2013.

i dont see him beating out moss crabtree or manningham this year


I forgot about Manningham. Let's say he'd be our #4 this year and challenge to be #1 or #2 next year. I say #1, because Crabtree is a true #2.
Originally posted by mayo49:
I forgot about Manningham. Let's say he'd be our #4 this year and challenge to be #1 or #2 next year. I say #1, because Crabtree is a true #2.

i agree with that
Originally posted by 49ersalldaway126:
Originally posted by mayo49:
I forgot about Manningham. Let's say he'd be our #4 this year and challenge to be #1 or #2 next year. I say #1, because Crabtree is a true #2.

i agree with that


Red zone

flanker, Crabtree Z position, Randy Moss slot position, (jump ball in middle) VD TE, 4 viable redzoner targets, nice.
Rueben Randle will be the 2nd best WR to come out of this draft (I think Floyd is the best hands down). He made plays even with crappy QBs throwing him the ball at LSU. Watch the video... see how often he adjusts to a poorly thrown ball and makes the play. Its clear that he doesn't need a Manning or a Brady to be effective (perfect fit for us!).

I'd take him at #30. He would be one of our top 4 WRs right away... and since Moss is a huge question mark, we really need at least 4 guys that could start.
Originally posted by blm7754:
Rueben Randle will be the 2nd best WR to come out of this draft (I think Floyd is the best hands down). He made plays even with crappy QBs throwing him the ball at LSU. Watch the video... see how often he adjusts to a poorly thrown ball and makes the play. Its clear that he doesn't need a Manning or a Brady to be effective (perfect fit for us!).

I'd take him at #30. He would be one of our top 4 WRs right away... and since Moss is a huge question mark, we really need at least 4 guys that could start.

I dont like his ball traps to his body. As a receiver you want to make sure your hands make first contact with the ball by making a diamond with your hands. He lets the ball hit him way too much in the chest for me to call him "the 2nd best WR in the draft". I played WR in high school and focus alot more on WR's coming into the draft. I think he is a good prospect but I think calling him the second best WR in the draft is far fetched. Floyd and Blackmon are easily the best WR's in the draft.
Originally posted by NC49erfan82:
I dont like his ball traps to his body. As a receiver you want to make sure your hands make first contact with the ball by making a diamond with your hands. He lets the ball hit him way too much in the chest for me to call him "the 2nd best WR in the draft". I played WR in high school and focus alot more on WR's coming into the draft. I think he is a good prospect but I think calling him the second best WR in the draft is far fetched. Floyd and Blackmon are easily the best WR's in the draft.

I'm saying I think he will be the 2nd best after good coaching and a few years in the league. Not the 2nd best WR prospect. If he was 2nd best right now... he wouldn't be available at #30. But he has some faults (that can hopefully be corrected). So that will probably mean that he will be available at #30 and will probably be the 4th-5th WR taken.
I like Randle but echo others sentiments that he does look an awful lot like Crabtree on tape.

Not sure if we need two of those on our team.

I'd prefer some breakaway speed
rueben "too tough to handle" randle
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Originally posted by NinerPrideinNJ:
I like Randle but echo others sentiments that he does look an awful lot like Crabtree on tape.

Not sure if we need two of those on our team.

I'd prefer some breakaway speed

Randle ran a 4.43 at his pro day. Crabtree never did that.
Originally posted by mayo49:
Randle ran a 4.43 at his pro day. Crabtree never did that.

randle is only 20 tons of upside

he is also much taller and is definitally stronger and faster than crabs

he actually reminds me of reggie wayne but imo he wont be that type of player for 2 to 3 years
Originally posted by 49ersalldaway126:
Originally posted by mayo49:
Randle ran a 4.43 at his pro day. Crabtree never did that.

randle is only 20 tons of upside

he is also much taller and is definitally stronger and faster than crabs

he actually reminds me of reggie wayne but imo he wont be that type of player for 2 to 3 years

Reggie Wayne really? He reminds me of Hakeem Nicks.
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Originally posted by NC49erfan82:
Originally posted by 49ersalldaway126:
Originally posted by mayo49:
Randle ran a 4.43 at his pro day. Crabtree never did that.

randle is only 20 tons of upside

he is also much taller and is definitally stronger and faster than crabs

he actually reminds me of reggie wayne but imo he wont be that type of player for 2 to 3 years

Reggie Wayne really? He reminds me of Hakeem Nicks.

thats the opinion on Randle I've seen as well - Hakeem Nicks V2
Originally posted by sfout:
thats the opinion on Randle I've seen as well - Hakeem Nicks V2

ya sorry thats actually who i meant dont know what i was thinking when i said wayne

wayne is pretty small isnt he?
Originally posted by 49ersalldaway126:
ya sorry thats actually who i meant dont know what i was thinking when i said wayne

wayne is pretty small isnt he?

6 foot 200. Not big.
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