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jballa838
12-02-2007, 10:15 PM
like 2009 or 2010 draft senarios
IE: where a team would have to choose between two players of the same position.
EX: 2010 draft: Tebow or Locker?

Babylon
12-02-2007, 10:39 PM
If Locker can ever get some touch on his deep passes he is a potential top pick. Would think it would be wise for the Huskies to get a QB coach there especially for that purpose.

SuperKevin
12-02-2007, 10:40 PM
If Locker can ever get some touch on his deep passes he is a potential top pick. Would think it would be wise for the Huskies to get a QB coach there especially for that purpose.

They had a good one in Rick Neuheisel at one point before the Ravens nabbed him

Babylon
12-02-2007, 11:14 PM
They had a good one in Rick Neuheisel at one point before the Ravens nabbed him

If they bring in Jim Mora, like i think they might, he has a friend or two who know something about QBs.

Primetime21
12-02-2007, 11:17 PM
If they bring in Jim Mora, like i think they might, he has a friend or two who know something about QBs.

Yea they did wonders with Mike Vick in his time in Atlanta

/sarcasm

BamaFalcon59
12-03-2007, 12:04 AM
Matt Stafford or Mark Sanchez or Tim Tebow?
LeSean McCoy or KnowShawn Moreno?
CJ Spiller or Beanie Wells?
Terrence Tolliver or Aralius Benn?
Derrick Harvey or Jeremy Macklin (different classes I know Jr. vs. Sophmore)?

jballa838
12-03-2007, 12:09 AM
best one: Crabtree or Macklin.

TheMikey10
12-03-2007, 12:40 AM
Bamafalcon already said it but LeSean McCoy vs. Knoshawn Moreno

also Tebow vs. Stafford

Turtlepower
12-03-2007, 12:42 AM
Bamafalcon already said it but LeSean McCoy vs. Knoshawn Moreno

also Tebow vs. Stafford

As for Tebow and Stafford, I would take Stafford in a heartbeat. Tebow is extremely overrated as an NFL prospect. Good luck throwing jump passes and trying to run up the gut in the NFL.

EvilMonkey
12-03-2007, 12:58 AM
best one: Crabtree or Macklin.

Tough comparison because they are such different type of players. Crabtree just looks so amazing with his size and production but it's hard to say how much is helped by the system. I saw Maclin more than Crabtree and he's been phenominal as well due to his speed and explosiveness. Also have to consider Maclin's value as a returner and for that i'd take him over Crabtree, but i like both of them and hate the fact Texas has to play both of them for the next couple years.

skiinginNJ
12-03-2007, 01:06 AM
Bamafalcon already said it but LeSean McCoy vs. Knoshawn Moreno

also Tebow vs. Stafford


i dont know how much you value production, but i might put DeMarco Murray in with McCoy and Moreno. might want to add Cooper from Miami.

id say add mcnight, but he hasnt really done much running the ball yet.

Travis 24
12-03-2007, 05:49 AM
Well, if Crabtree doesn't enter in 2009:

2010 - Michael Crabtree vs Kenny Britt...that could be one of those Charles Rogers/Andre Johnson situations.

Babylon
12-03-2007, 06:57 PM
Yea they did wonders with Mike Vick in his time in Atlanta

/sarcasm


Vick was actually a pretty good QB for the Falcons minus the baggage. The friend of Mora guy that i was referring to is a Seattle guy, no sense mentioning any names.

Race for the Heisman
12-03-2007, 08:15 PM
I could see Locker as something akin to Jay Cutler two years ago in terms of how he shapes up situationally versus the other quarterbacks and perhaps in terms of stock if his play improves consistently and he is able to elevate the Huskies to beat traditionally superior programs like USC.

Bradford could potentially be in the same draft as well, so that would be interesting.

etk
12-03-2007, 08:20 PM
Derrick Harvey or Jeremy Macklin (different classes I know Jr. vs. Sophmore)?

Am I the only person who noticed this?

ironman4579
12-03-2007, 09:15 PM
Am I the only person who noticed this?

I was wondering about that myself. Derrick Harvey(JR DE) vs Jeremy Maclin(FR WR, not sophmore)? Yes, that would be a dilema................

619
12-03-2007, 09:21 PM
Tough comparison because they are such different type of players. Crabtree just looks so amazing with his size and production but it's hard to say how much is helped by the system. I saw Maclin more than Crabtree and he's been phenominal as well due to his speed and explosiveness. Also have to consider Maclin's value as a returner and for that i'd take him over Crabtree, but i like both of them and hate the fact Texas has to play both of them for the next couple years.

crabtree = TO-esque so ill take him. maclin is an intriguing prospect in his own right but we see too many great receivers/returners who dont turn into all the hype at the next level.

BamaFalcon59
12-03-2007, 09:28 PM
Am I the only person who noticed this?

Lol, typing fast. Meant Percy Harvin.

Babylon
12-03-2007, 09:35 PM
I could see Locker as something akin to Jay Cutler two years ago in terms of how he shapes up situationally versus the other quarterbacks and perhaps in terms of stock if his play improves consistently and he is able to elevate the Huskies to beat traditionally superior programs like USC.

Bradford could potentially be in the same draft as well, so that would be interesting.

I like the Cutler referance in terms of how they could be picked but a couple of things, i think Tebow and Stafford will be in the 09 draft and Locker will stay till 2010. Second, of the 3 i would compare Stafford to Cutler in terms of athletecism and arm strength, Tebow is sort of a Steve Young type and Locker if he can get his deep throws straightened out could be in the John Elway league as a prospect, i think he's potentially that good.

jballa838
12-03-2007, 09:36 PM
I like the Cutler referance in terms of how they could be picked but a couple of things, i think Tebow and Stafford will be in the 09 draft and Locker will stay till 2010. Second, of the 3 i would compare Stafford to Cutler in terms of athletecism and arm strength, Tebow is sort of a Steve Young type and Locker if he can get his deep throws straightened out could be in the John Elway league as a prospect, i think he's potentially that good.
Locker is faster then Elway.

etk
12-03-2007, 11:01 PM
Matt Stafford or Mark Sanchez or Tim Tebow?
LeSean McCoy or KnowShawn Moreno?
CJ Spiller or Beanie Wells?
Terrence Tolliver or Aralius Benn?
Percy Harvin or Jeremy Macklin (different classes I know Jr. vs. Sophmore)?

Tebow.
Graig Cooper.
Wells.
Benn.
Macklin, and he's a class below Harvin.

jbeans187
12-04-2007, 12:08 AM
crabtree = TO-esque so ill take him. maclin is an intriguing prospect in his own right but we see too many great receivers/returners who dont turn into all the hype at the next level.

Maclin is bigger than alot of those return specialists, he had a great year on returns but he relies more on his speed than his returning vision, look at the returns in the KU game, first ko he has a huge hole but runs into a blocker, on his long punt return the blocker was pushing the punter out, all he had to do was cut inside there was no one around him. Also several times this year he out ran or ran into blocks on returns that could have been huge. I feel he will be a better wr than returner unless he gets some patience, which i believe he can do but he doesnt have it yet.

Solomon
12-04-2007, 12:17 AM
How about Demarcus Granger (Okl) vs Al Woods (LSU) for 2009
or Brian Cushing (USC) vs Greg Hardy (Miss) for 2009

Edit: also Alex Mack (Cal) vs Max Unger (Oregon)