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WR class 2020

Ranked based on yards produced per game:

Jefferson: 918 rec yds, 6 TD in 11 games

Higgins: 701 total yds, 5 TD in 11 games

Aiyuk: 507 total yds, 5 TD in 8 games

Lamb: 695 total yds, 4 TD in 11 games

Claypool: 581 total yds, 10 TD in 10 games

Jeudy: 589 rec yds, 2 TD in 11 games

Shenault: 414 total yds, 1 TD in 9 games

Ruggs: 354 total yds, 1 TD in 9 games

Reagor: 228 total yds, 1 TD in 6 games
[ Edited by OnTheClock on Dec 1, 2020 at 10:57 AM ]
Originally posted by OnTheClock:
Ranked based on yards produced per game:

Jefferson: 918 rec yds, 6 TD in 11 games

Higgins: 701 total yds, 5 TD in 11 games

Aiyuk: 507 total yds, 5 TD in 8 games

Lamb: 695 total yds, 4 TD in 11 games

Claypool: 581 total yds, 10 TD in 10 games

Jeudy: 589 rec yds, 2 TD in 11 games

Shenault: 414 total yds, 1 TD in 9 games

Ruggs: 354 total yds, 1 TD in 9 games

Reagor: 228 total yds, 1 TD in 6 games



Imagine being the Eagles and having passed on Jefferson, Higgins and Aiyuk to instead take Reagor.
Justin Jefferson has been incredible, and a lesson for us that sometimes a player's perceived limitations(ie can only play in the slot) are situational and not on the individual.
Originally posted by Heroism:
Justin Jefferson has been incredible, and a lesson for us that sometimes a player's perceived limitations(ie can only play in the slot) are situational and not on the individual.

Same for Kittle too lucky for us.
Originally posted by ninerFate:
Same for Kittle too lucky for us.

Yep, Kittle is a great example of this.
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Originally posted by OnTheClock:
Ranked based on yards produced per game:

Jefferson: 918 rec yds, 6 TD in 11 games

Higgins: 701 total yds, 5 TD in 11 games

Aiyuk: 507 total yds, 5 TD in 8 games

Lamb: 695 total yds, 4 TD in 11 games

Claypool: 581 total yds, 10 TD in 10 games

Jeudy: 589 rec yds, 2 TD in 11 games

Shenault: 414 total yds, 1 TD in 9 games

Ruggs: 354 total yds, 1 TD in 9 games

Reagor: 228 total yds, 1 TD in 6 games

mims 284 in 5 games should put him above Jeudy correct?
Originally posted by OnTheClock:
Ranked based on yards produced per game:

Jefferson: 918 rec yds, 6 TD in 11 games

Higgins: 701 total yds, 5 TD in 11 games

Aiyuk: 507 total yds, 5 TD in 8 games

Lamb: 695 total yds, 4 TD in 11 games

Claypool: 581 total yds, 10 TD in 10 games

Jeudy: 589 rec yds, 2 TD in 11 games

Shenault: 414 total yds, 1 TD in 9 games

Ruggs: 354 total yds, 1 TD in 9 games

Reagor: 228 total yds, 1 TD in 6 games

Let's be real Jeudys last game did not count
Jefferson wasn't supposed to be as explosive as some of the other guys and Claypool wasn't supposed to be a good enough route runner. So much for perceptions.
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Originally posted by CatchMaster80:
Jefferson wasn't supposed to be as explosive as some of the other guys and Claypool wasn't supposed to be a good enough route runner. So much for perceptions.

Claypool was the one for me that I wouldn't touch even if he was there in the 5th.

Didn't look natural as a WR at the combine. Even my buddy who is a die hard ND fan who wasn't a fan.

Also wasn't a fan of McGlichey for what it's worth
Kittle was a lot of luck (Thanks God Denver picked Jake Butt right before Kittle).

Jefferson was definitely considered a first round talent I was hoping the Niners would get him: 111 catches, 1540 yards, and 18 td last year. LSU and Alabama are wide receiver U's. Also, LSU/Ohio State are also great for defensive backs. Should always have LSU play makers on the draft radar.
Originally posted by ninerFate:
Originally posted by Heroism:
Justin Jefferson has been incredible, and a lesson for us that sometimes a player's perceived limitations(ie can only play in the slot) are situational and not on the individual.

Same for Kittle too lucky for us.

Originally posted by krizay:
Originally posted by CatchMaster80:
Jefferson wasn't supposed to be as explosive as some of the other guys and Claypool wasn't supposed to be a good enough route runner. So much for perceptions.

Claypool was the one for me that I wouldn't touch even if he was there in the 5th.

Didn't look natural as a WR at the combine. Even my buddy who is a die hard ND fan who wasn't a fan.

Also wasn't a fan of McGlichey for what it's worth

You just can't tell sometimes. College systems and coaching as well as the competition is so varied that it can disguise talent that is just waiting to be unleashed. Metcalf was supposed to be a terrible route runner and a one trick pony. Well he was doing what they asked him to do in college. Most colleges don't have sophisticated passing schemes. They just rely on their athleticism. When he came to Seattle he worked his butt off with Wilson and is getting better all the time. He still drops a few but he can make some amazing plays that more than make up for the drops. I like the Niner receivers but I sure wish we has one of those big fast guys that are matchup nightmares. A lot of fans are hoping it's Hurd but he can't seem to get healthy.
Originally posted by CatchMaster80:
Metcalf was supposed to be a terrible route runner and a one trick pony.

Everything a lot of people said about DK Metcalf was true: Freakish athlete that would be a nightmare in a system that asks him to function within a vertical route tree. That's exactly what's happened. Then he gets the best deep-ball thrower in the game to boot. Most people were expecting him to go early in the first even with all the criticism about his 3 cone.

[ Edited by Heroism on Dec 1, 2020 at 3:24 PM ]
Originally posted by OnTheClock:
Ranked based on yards produced per game:

Jefferson: 918 rec yds, 6 TD in 11 games

Higgins: 701 total yds, 5 TD in 11 games

Aiyuk: 507 total yds, 5 TD in 8 games

Lamb: 695 total yds, 4 TD in 11 games

Claypool: 581 total yds, 10 TD in 10 games

Jeudy: 589 rec yds, 2 TD in 11 games

Shenault: 414 total yds, 1 TD in 9 games

Ruggs: 354 total yds, 1 TD in 9 games

Reagor: 228 total yds, 1 TD in 6 games

Higgins, Claypool and Ruggs have the best QB´s.

What Lamb and Jeudy have done is really great considering their QB´s and we can say the same about Aiyuk.
[ Edited by Monsterniner on Dec 1, 2020 at 4:27 PM ]
Originally posted by Monsterniner:
Originally posted by OnTheClock:
Ranked based on yards produced per game:

Jefferson: 918 rec yds, 6 TD in 11 games

Higgins: 701 total yds, 5 TD in 11 games

Aiyuk: 507 total yds, 5 TD in 8 games

Lamb: 695 total yds, 4 TD in 11 games

Claypool: 581 total yds, 10 TD in 10 games

Jeudy: 589 rec yds, 2 TD in 11 games

Shenault: 414 total yds, 1 TD in 9 games

Ruggs: 354 total yds, 1 TD in 9 games

Reagor: 228 total yds, 1 TD in 6 games

Higgins, Claypool and Ruggs have the best QB´s.

What Lamb and Jeudy have done is really great considering their QB´s and we can say the same about Aiyuk.

Jeudy, Lamb, Aiyuk, Shenault have had less than ideal QB situations. Higgins will be suffering from this as well.
Lamb is trash...
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