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JHL6719
02-19-2012, 11:30 AM
Anybody think he's a sleeper as a slot receiver/return guy in this draft? What's everyone's general opinions on Reed?

J-Mike88
02-19-2012, 03:24 PM
Anybody think he's a sleeper as a slot receiver/return guy in this draft? What's everyone's general opinions on Reed?
Somewhere between a Julian Edelmen and Davon Bess perhaps.
If in the right situation though, he could make a name for himself.
That's often the big thing.

I believe Victor Cruz and Jordy Nelson would be nobodies if they had gone to Miami, Seattle, Cleveland, Jacksonville, etc.

Ozzy
02-19-2012, 09:29 PM
Not a fan of him at all, would be very very surprised that he makes a roster anywhere.


How in the world is he going to beat out these potential rookie slot receivers in the NFL? My bet is he does not.




Jarius Wright Arkansas
Ryan Broyles Oklahoma
Joe Adams Arkansas
Chris Givens Wake Forest
Ty Hilton Florida International
Eric Page Toledo
Keshawn Martin Michigan State
Travis Benjamin Miami FL
DJ Woods Cincinnati
Devon Wylie Fresno State
Marquis Maze Alabama
Damaris Johnson Tulsa
James Rodgers Oregon State
Roy Roundtree Michigan

stlouisfan37
02-20-2012, 02:54 AM
Not a fan of him at all, would be very very surprised that he makes a roster anywhere.


How in the world is he going to beat out these potential rookie slot receivers in the NFL? My bet is he does not.




Jarius Wright Arkansas
Ryan Broyles Oklahoma
Joe Adams Arkansas
Chris Givens Wake Forest
Ty Hilton Florida International
Eric Page Toledo
Keshawn Martin Michigan State
Travis Benjamin Miami FL
DJ Woods Cincinnati
Devon Wylie Fresno State
Marquis Maze Alabama
Damaris Johnson Tulsa
James Rodgers Oregon State
Roy Roundtree Michigan

There are a few names on your list that intrigue me; in particular, TY Hilton, Eric Page and Damaris Johnson. Any thoughts where these guys might go?

Hilton has crazy speed. If you want to see serious separation just look at his highlights against Louisville this year. He is small and will have durability questions.

Page I didn't see at all this year, but I watched him a couple times the year before and he was fun to watch. He is more quick than fast and makes plays. Maybe more of a mid-late rounder?

Damaris Johnson is an absolute playmaker who made a horrible decision and will certainly pay for it with his draft stock. However, someone will take a chance with him. Quite small, and probably won't post a blazing forty time, but he does everything really well and can make things happen in a number of ways.