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Originally posted by NYniner85:
Originally posted by gold49digger:
Originally posted by NYniner85:
Originally posted by gold49digger:
man wish we got his teammate also but fatty mcfatfat gotta be fat.

Tartt has that position locked down for the next 3 yrs

We signed his extension after the 1st round though. So timing was definitely tied to who we picked.

Tartt said they were working on a contract extension since feb.


i stand corrected.

Though Lynch said it himself Derwin was one of the other impressive interviews.
Originally posted by OnTheClock:
Originally posted by valrod33:
No you didn't

http://www.49erswebzone.com/forum/nfl-draft/138419-antonio-brown-central-michigan/page2/#post19

Think this guy could be very good if he can learn from Sherman.

Look at the similarities in their scouting reports:

Sherman

Sherman is a size prospect with some good intangibles that will help him mold into a contributing backup corner for a press-heavy team. However, he does not possess the natural coverage instincts, fluidity or burst to be considered a future starter. Is comfortable and capable in press man, using his size to disrupt receivers' releases off the line, but doesn't show enough make up speed to consistently recover when beaten. Awareness in zone and off-man are only adequate. Has average ball skills but some upside as a playmaker. Tough against the run but still developing from a technical standpoint. Sherman is a Day 3 prospect.

McFadden

Press corner with long arms and disruptive qualities but lacking in foot quickness and makeup speed. McFadden put together a highlight reel of impressive interceptions with NFL-caliber ball skills, but his ball production dropped sharply this year. On top of that, his 4.68 forty at the Combine seemed to prove what the tape showed regarding his long speed or lack thereof. McFadden has cover talent, but may be forced into a zone scheme to cover up for his speed concerns. McFadden will need to tighten up his coverage technique and become a much better tackler in order to find meaningful snaps as a pro.
Originally posted by tommyncal:
Originally posted by OnTheClock:
Originally posted by valrod33:
No you didn't

http://www.49erswebzone.com/forum/nfl-draft/138419-antonio-brown-central-michigan/page2/#post19

nice! how did you ever find that post? lol

This is hilarious. Couldn't help but notice that some of the knocks on Brown coming out of college are similar to the things being said about Dante Pettis
Originally posted by goodthings19:
Originally posted by tommyncal:
Originally posted by OnTheClock:
Originally posted by valrod33:
No you didn't

http://www.49erswebzone.com/forum/nfl-draft/138419-antonio-brown-central-michigan/page2/#post19

nice! how did you ever find that post? lol

This is hilarious. Couldn't help but notice that some of the knocks on Brown coming out of college are similar to the things being said about Dante Pettis

can't help but notice Brown was drafted in the 6th round. No one is saying Pettis is a bad player, some just realize he was terrible value at 44.
Originally posted by a49erfan77:
Think this guy could be very good if he can learn from Sherman.

Look at the similarities in their scouting reports:

Sherman

Sherman is a size prospect with some good intangibles that will help him mold into a contributing backup corner for a press-heavy team. However, he does not possess the natural coverage instincts, fluidity or burst to be considered a future starter. Is comfortable and capable in press man, using his size to disrupt receivers' releases off the line, but doesn't show enough make up speed to consistently recover when beaten. Awareness in zone and off-man are only adequate. Has average ball skills but some upside as a playmaker. Tough against the run but still developing from a technical standpoint. Sherman is a Day 3 prospect.

McFadden

Press corner with long arms and disruptive qualities but lacking in foot quickness and makeup speed. McFadden put together a highlight reel of impressive interceptions with NFL-caliber ball skills, but his ball production dropped sharply this year. On top of that, his 4.68 forty at the Combine seemed to prove what the tape showed regarding his long speed or lack thereof. McFadden has cover talent, but may be forced into a zone scheme to cover up for his speed concerns. McFadden will need to tighten up his coverage technique and become a much better tackler in order to find meaningful snaps as a pro.

Sherman ended up becoming elite at "Natural Coverage Recognition". So that can be developed imo. That's obviously when film and playbook knowledge comes into play.
Originally posted by GMniner805:
can't help but notice Brown was drafted in the 6th round. No one is saying Pettis is a bad player, some just realize he was terrible value at 44.

Or was he?
Originally posted by GMniner805:
can't help but notice Brown was drafted in the 6th round. No one is saying Pettis is a bad player, some just think he was terrible value at 44.

FTFY
Man you watch his (sophomore) highlights and he almost looks like a man playing with boys. He looks like the WR and CB and man he's just very tall with long arms. I really hope we can make him fit here. I think he could turn into a poor man's Richard Sherman.... I think he makes more of an impact as a rookie than the third round pick, Moore does.
Originally posted by 60sFan:
4.58 at Pro Day

4.67 at Combine. That's a concern.

Originally posted by gold49digger:
i stand corrected.

Though Lynch said it himself Derwin was one of the other impressive interviews.

I mean he's a good player, I didn't think he was in play though.
Originally posted by GMniner805:
can't help but notice Brown was drafted in the 6th round. No one is saying Pettis is a bad player, some just realize he was terrible value at 44.

terrible value to you not to everyone else....NDT scouting had him as their 42 overall prospect. Mike Mayock had him as a top 5 WR in this class.

Terrible value is drafting Rashaad Penny at 27th overall in a stud RB class. Terrible value is drafting P.J. Hall in the 2nd and Brandon Parker at 65 overall (and moving up for him).

Terrible value is giving up two 1st rd picks (and a 5th) to get a raw as f**k edge rusher in Davenport. Terrible value is turning down multiple high end draft picks or a young FQB to draft a RB two overall.

quit b***hing about giving up a 3rd rd pick to get a WR that is a ideal scheme fit for this team....A LOT of teams did wayyyyyy worse things.
Originally posted by Joecool:
He seems like the perfect cover 3 CB until the ball is in the air. His balls skills are horrible.


Originally posted by stonecold590:
Originally posted by NYniner85:
Originally posted by StubbyNBY:
I really hope Sherman takes this kid under his wing. Stash him on the PS for a year and I think this kid can compete and have a career here with the 49ers. Can't teach his size and ball skills.

Honestly don't think you can stash him on the PS.

He would be picked off our PS almost immediately. He has to be on our roster to keep him.

Phantom injury and stash, if he looks good in pre season.
Originally posted by OnTheClock:
Originally posted by valrod33:
No you didn't

http://www.49erswebzone.com/forum/nfl-draft/138419-antonio-brown-central-michigan/page2/#post19

The way that reads seems like you had him graded as 4th rounder
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