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Your WR Big Board (Top 10)

Originally posted by vrabbit:
If Streeter is in anyone's top 10, I cannot take them seriously

Wouldn't mind streeter later on if we end up taking Fleener with #30 Or Quick or Childs with a later round pick.
Blackmon - Dude can flat out play
Wright - Look at his game film. F the 40. Just look at the Raiders roster and look at the win column
Floyd - Big and Verstile
Sanu - doesnt get a lot of seperation but does a lot of things well
Hill - Biggest mystery of all the WRs becuase the offense he came from doesn't throw too often. I would trade up in the 2nd and take him.
Randle - Played in a tough conference for an offense that didn't throw a lot. Played top corners everyday in practice.
Jeffery - If it weren't for his off field issues (weight gain and weight drop, no 40 time) he'd be a lot higher. Dude can play.
Adams - Honestly don't know a whole lot about this dude.
Originally posted by SunDevilNiner79:
Honestly looking over everybodys top 10 list, the biggest surprise to me is no mention of WR Chris Givens, Wake Forest.

That guy is going to be a stud.

I do like him, just not top 10
did a little switching over the days, but i've finalized my top 10 on the first page
Originally posted by YungAce:
did a little switching over the days, but i've finalized my top 10 on the first page

not bad
Originally posted by YungAce:
did a little switching over the days, but i've finalized my top 10 on the first page

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1. Justin Blackmon
2. Alshon Jeffery
3. Michael Floyd
4. Kendall Wright
5. Stephen Hill
6. Juron Criner
7. Mohamed Sanu
8. Marvin McNutt
9. T.Y. Hilton
10. Brian Quick
Originally posted by ChazBoner:
Originally posted by YungAce:
did a little switching over the days, but i've finalized my top 10 on the first page


Revised top 10 WR:
1. Justin Blackmon
2. Michael Floyd - put him slightly above Hill based on his route running ability
3. Stephen Hill
4. Chris Givens
5. A.J. Jenkins
6. Rueben Randle - Starting to get a little down on him,
7. Kendall Wright - still think he projects best as a slot WR
8. Alshon Jeffery - Starting to grow on me, much better at routes then I gave him credit for before. I also like how physical he plays with CBs, CBs have a hard time pressing him at the line. He will probably go up when I revise the rankings next time
9. Marvin Jones
10. Joe Adams - his YAC ability gets him in the top 10.

Changes from last board: Slid Randle down 2 spots, took Tommy Streeter out of top 10 because I think he will be a late 3rd rounder, gave a bump to Kendall and Jeffery.

I see some sites are starting to put Chris Givens in the 2nd, glad they could come around Next up is people need to start looking at AJ Jenkins and move him up.
[ Edited by SunDevilNiner79 on Mar 12, 2012 at 10:55 PM ]
All these board things..

I'll have an entire positional board within the next month, so I'll post all mine up then.
Still adjusting it, but here is my current BPA board for WR's
1. Blackmon- Best WR entering draft since Megatron.
2. K. Wright- Dynamic, deep threat.
3. Hill- I hate the idea of ranking someone this raw, this high, but the measurables are so good, it is hard to see a bust in him
4. Sanu- Just a stud on the field.
5. Floyd- I think overrated as a player. Still very good, but not elite.
5. Jenkins- Getting better all the time. Really like the kid. Superb footwork.
6. Quick- Huge upside. Very impressed with his potential.
7. J. Wright- Completely overlooked this offseason, but a terrific player
8. Marvin Jones- Consistently solid this offseason. Not dynamic, but steady.
9. Givens- Pretty good WR. I think he has third round value. Just in a deep field this year.
10. Adams- runs crisp routes, and drives defenders off well, as shown in the Senior Bowl.
Still adjusting it, but here is my current BPA board for WR's
1. Blackmon- Best WR entering draft since Megatron.
2. K. Wright- Dynamic, deep threat.
3. Hill- I hate the idea of ranking someone this raw, this high, but the measurables are so good, it is hard to see a bust in him
4. Sanu- Just a stud on the field.
5. Floyd- I think overrated as a player. Still very good, but not elite.
5. Jenkins- Getting better all the time. Really like the kid. Superb footwork.
6. Quick- Huge upside. Very impressed with his potential.
7. J. Wright- Completely overlooked this offseason, but a terrific player
8. Marvin Jones- Consistently solid this offseason. Not dynamic, but steady.
9. Givens- Pretty good WR. I think he has third round value. Just in a deep field this year.
10. Adams- runs crisp routes, and drives defenders off well, as shown in the Senior Bowl.
Originally posted by OnTheClock:
All these board things..

I'll have an entire positional board within the next month, so I'll post all mine up then.

Come on OTC, get on it. You gotta feed your haters
kendall wright has to be the highest on the niners big board now

we need a slot WR so badly

teams with good 3rd down conversions have good slot WRs

people want to take NFCCG for example first half cruz converted all 3rd downs but one

2nd half cruz doubled and shut down eli converted like no 3rd downs
Revised Top 10:

1. Justin Blackmon
2. Michael Floyd
3. Kendall Wright
4. Stephen Hill
5. Alshon Jeffrey
6. Mohamed Sanu
7. Rueben Randle
8. Marvin Jones
9. Brian Quick
10. Tommy Streeter