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  • Ryan Broyles

    Does anyone else like this guy as a Santonio Holmes esque playmaker?

    I think he will be an absolute steal if he falls to round 2


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  • #2
    The best WR behind the big four and could possibly see him in the early second.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by tjsunstein View Post
      The best WR behind the big four and could possibly see him in the early second.
      Cant argue with that. I also think if one of the top 4 WRs don't declare due to the unclear CBA standing, I think he could sneak his way into the first round as well.


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      • #4
        Definitely a heck of a college player, very quick. Wonder his true speed, also Mark Clayton makes be a bit wary, unfair I know but still in my mind.

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        • #5
          When was the last time one of these Bob Stoops / Oklahoma wideouts lived up to the hype in the NFL? I am very wary of Broyles due to that factor and also his size. To me Broyles is, at best, a second rounder and maybe more of a third or fourth.
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          • #6
            Strictly a slot reciever in the NFL IMO.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by RalphX19X View Post
              Strictly a slot reciever in the NFL IMO.
              I don't know, Broyles reminds me of Deion Branch back in his days in New England. He may be undersized but he is very talented and is not just a speed receiver, he has hands and can get open. I think he will be able to make the adjustment to a pro offense from the spread, and should be a second rounder like Branch. He could go in the late first though.

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              • #8
                on a similar note if Landy Jones keeps up his pace what does that say about him as a prospect and what does it say about Bradford?

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