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Which Rookie will be most productive this season?

Which Rookie will be most productive this season?

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Originally posted by SanDiego49er:
Coffee.
Who's Scott McWallop?

I'm going with Coffee
obviously isnt going to be crabtree unless he makes some monumental gains if/when he is signed/fires his agent.
Originally posted by SanDiego49er:
Coffee.
alex smith! oh wait... he's not a rookie!
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Originally posted by alanbeez22:
alex smith! oh wait... he's not a rookie!

haha i voted Coffee, but if Crabtree had been in camp from day 1, these poll results would be alot different lol
youd like to hope crabtree, since were paying him good money and he was the 10th overall pick...
i think rookie running backs have an slighty less steep learning curve. i picked Coffee. If we are looking to keep Gore fresh for our run in the playoffs his number will be called at least 10 times a game...and i can see him easily racking up 40+ yds a game.

[ Edited by Sinsation on Aug 6, 2009 at 03:11:39 ]
I want to eyeball these guys at a camp practice and a pre-season game first.

My quick guess would be Coffee.
i think coffee or sheets.
Coffee, short yardage guy. I am hoping at least.
Coffee is the easy pick, but I think Pascoe could be a factor for us later in the season.
Originally posted by strickac:
Coffee is the easy pick, but I think Pascoe could be a factor for us later in the season.

I doesn’t hurt that he’s under contract either.
My money's on McKillop, in his first year he may be a coverage liability until he developes better technique, but he is a tackling machine. He is gonna make some noise on obvious running plays and with the amount of "run first" teams we are playing this year... lets just say im excited for teams to try and run against a Mckillop, Willis, Spikes, Lawson package, with possibly McKillop at TED and Spikes on the outside.

Not saying Parys is bad, just saying thats 3 tackling machines and then Lawson for versatility.
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