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Who is the best and where do you think he will be drafted? I'm looking into some tight ends for my mock draft for Atlanta considering Alge Crumpler is one of the most over-rated players on the Falcons' roster IMO.
Martrez Milner is a huge bust. If we were to draft someone else instead of Milner, probably Crosby, I would say that last year's draft would of been the best draft in Falcons history and the best draft overall last year.
Can anyone give me a scouting report on them considering Scouts,Inc. doesn't have anything on them? I believe it's hard to find good TEs later in the draft though, right?
I think your slot receiver(chris cooley types) would probably be Davis and Tamme. Rucker and Coffman play in a bit of spread so its hard to project them and Carlson would probably be your more traditional type. All are going to run in the 4.6-4.7 range. Dont know if that helps.
I like Tamme as well, I dont know about his size though, but I think Fred Davis is slowly working his way to the bottom of round one or early second round pick, i saw the highlights of the last usc game and he can really run
40 times are going to be big. Zach Miller was more highly touted than Olsen but after ripping off the 4.51 at the combine last year Olsen shot up boards because no one cared about production because they knew the offense was garbage. In the same way, height/size at check-in will be big because everyone in the pro community seems to agree that if you have a certain body type and can catch, they can teach you the rest. If any of those guys check in at closer to 200 than 250, they might be viewed as future wide outs and have their stock dip. The way I see it as of now: Davis will go first, then Carlson, Tamme, Rucker. Tamme could leap frog Carlson if he checks in well.