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Wide Receiver Class of 2014

Originally posted by tatdwolf49:
So lets say at tha 2nd round Chiefs pick if WR B.Cooks N O.Beckham JR are on tha board who should we take ???

I would take Cooks in a heartbeat, but im higher on Cooks than most on this board.
Originally posted by SunDevilNiner79:
WR - Marquise Lee* USC, 6-1 195lbs, 4.4 speed

WR - Sammy Watkins*, Clemson, 6-1 200lbs, 4.43 speed

WR – Brandon Coleman*, Rutgers, 6-6 220lbs 4.47 speed

WR - Jordan Matthews, Vanderbilt, 6-3 205lbs 4.45 speed

WR - Phillip Dorsett*, Miami, 5-10 186lbs 4.35 speed

WR – Allen Robinson*, Penn State, 6-3 201 lbs, 4.45 speed

WR – Donte Moncrief*, Ole Miss, 6-2 214 lbs, 4.43 speed

WR – Mike Davis, Texas, 6-2 193 lbs, 4.43 speed

WR – Cody Hoffman, BYU, 6-4 215lbs 4.45 speed

WR – Michael Campanaro, Wake Forest, 5-11 195lbs 4.47 speed

WR – Rashad Greene*, Florida State, 6-0 170lbs, 4.4 speed

WR – Brandin Cooks*, Oregon State, 5-10 179lbs, 4.38 speed

WR – Shaq Evans, UCLA, 6-1 201lbs, 4.38 speed

WR - Corey Brown, Ohio State, 6-0 187 lbs, 4.47 speed

WR - Odell Beckham Jr.*, LSU, 5-11 183 lbs 4.45 speed

WR – Brandon Carter*, TCU, 5-11 161lbs, 4.38 speed

WR - Cody Latimer*, Indiana, 6-3 208lbs 4.5 speed

WR – Austin Hill*, Arizona, 6-3 211lbs, 4.55 speed

WR – Mike Evans**, Texas A&M, 6-5 218lbs, 4.55 speed

WR – Kasen Williams*, Washington, 6-2 216lbs 4.55 speed

WR – Eric Ward, Texas Tech, 6-1 204lbs, 4.53 speed

WR - Josh Stewart, Oklahoma State, 5-10 178lbs, 4.5 speed

WR - Alex Amidon, Boston College, 5-11 186lbs, 4.55 speed



Ranked in order

Updated with height, weight, and my own estimate of speed from watching their games.

"Your own estimate of speed from watching their games." Oh that's accurate and useful....
Originally posted by IdahoNiner:
Originally posted by tatdwolf49:
So lets say at tha 2nd round Chiefs pick if WR B.Cooks N O.Beckham JR are on tha board who should we take ???

I would take Cooks in a heartbeat, but im higher on Cooks than most on this board.

No complaints on Cooks, but I would be much happier with Beckham Jr. He is one of the few prospects that I feel comfy going out on a limb for and saying he is a 1st rd talent.

Originally posted by SanDiego49er:
"Your own estimate of speed from watching their games." Oh that's accurate and useful....

don't be... "that guy"....
  • buck
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Boise St and Oregon St game.

With about 5 minutes left in the first half, Cooks has 5 receptions for 42 yards and 1 score.

The problem he faces is the Oregon St defense has scored twice, which takes snaps away from the offense.

Matt Miller has 4 catches for 60 yards.

R Reynolds has scored on a three yard fumble return and a 70 yard fumble return.
[ Edited by buck on Dec 24, 2013 at 6:25 PM ]
Im not too impressed with B.Cooks, he just looks like a system guy to me. Just me tho..
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Cooks finished the game 8 receptions for 60 yards and 1 score.

Cooks also rushed 3 times for 29 yards, but his longest rush was 29 yards, so he got stuffed on the other two.


Matt Miller, Boise St, had 12 receptions for 206 yards and 1 score.
  • sfout
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Originally posted by buck:
Cooks finished the game 8 receptions for 60 yards and 1 score.

Cooks also rushed 3 times for 29 yards, but his longest rush was 29 yards, so he got stuffed on the other two.


Matt Miller, Boise St, had 12 receptions for 206 yards and 1 score.

The rushes for Cooks were 29 yards, a second was a great cutback that he made about a 4-5 yard run out of a almost sure 3-4 yard loss. So he must've gotten stuffed on the 3rd that I didn't see.
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Originally posted by sfout:
Originally posted by buck:
Cooks finished the game 8 receptions for 60 yards and 1 score.

Cooks also rushed 3 times for 29 yards, but his longest rush was 29 yards, so he got stuffed on the other two.


Matt Miller, Boise St, had 12 receptions for 206 yards and 1 score.

The rushes for Cooks were 29 yards, a second was a great cutback that he made about a 4-5 yard run out of a almost sure 3-4 yard loss. So he must've gotten stuffed on the 3rd that I didn't see.

I guess I was not clear. He had 0 combined yards on the other two rushes.

I did not mean that he was stuffed on both of those rushes.
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Originally posted by buck:
I guess I was not clear. He had 0 combined yards on the other two rushes.

I did not mean that he was stuffed on both of those rushes.

I know I was just adding context since I saw 1 of them that he made the cutback on and missed the other 2.
They just man handle the little guys at the pro level.
what about austin franklin from new mexico state?
Originally posted by communist:
what about austin franklin from new mexico state?

Saw him this year. Good vision. Good hands. Good prospect in fourth or fifth round.
brandon coleman with a 4.4 40s? take him in the 2nd!!!
Watching Benjamin's highlights against Florida. Ovr good talent but bad hands at times and I would like to see him running the routes more crispy.
If this game shows his talent perfectly, I do not want to touch him until our 2nd-rounder given how deep this year's WR-class is.
[ Edited by communist on Dec 27, 2013 at 3:16 PM ]
Originally posted by communist:
brandon coleman with a 4.4 40s? take him in the 2nd!!!

He won't run that. I'd be surprised is he hit 4.5.