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  • #16
    Well of course Miami and tOSU are up there. But, LSU isn't really known for producing WRs. They've slowly and secretly become a little WR U.


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    • #17
      LSU produces alot of NFL talent. It's not all elite talent of course, but (and I haven't looked since last year) they were 4th in the NFL with total number of active players on rosters in 2005. Some schools have a reputation for producing talent but when you actually count the rosters, they don't.

      Other schools like LSU fly under the radar for the most part on the amount of actual talent they produce.

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      Originally posted by DMWSackMachine
      I just wanna warn you guys not to take TNew41 too seriously. He's....let's just say, special. He's fairly harmless, though. He just needs several years of seasoning before he tries to make any more points, is all.

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      • #18
        as it is with about every category this is a Toss up between The U and ohio state

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        • #19
          Auburn

          Devin Aromashadu...
          Ben Obamau...
          Bo Jackson? :)


          WR U right here.


          RIP, Sean Taylor.

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          • #20
            Originally posted by keylime_5 View Post
            Cris Carter
            Joey Galloway
            Terry Glenn
            vs.

            Michael Irvin
            Reggie Wayne
            Andre Johnson
            Santana Moss


            that right there is a Tough match up. I dont know how to split it.

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            • #21
              Ohio State, Miami, Florida State

              No one else is close.

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              • #22
                Originally posted by princefielder28 View Post
                they produce nice talents but the production in the pros is hardly there
                I couldn't have said it better myself

                SPLOOSH

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                • #23
                  Originally posted by RonnieRun23 View Post
                  Michael Irvin
                  Eddie Brown
                  Reggie Wayne
                  Andre Johnson
                  Santana Moss
                  Sinorice Moss
                  Brian Blades
                  Randal Hill
                  Sinorice Moss
                  Roscoe Parrish
                  Lamar Thomas

                  have all produced or have potential from UM. Also if you include TE's, we also have

                  Jeremy Shockey
                  Kellen Winslow, Jr
                  Bubba Franks
                  Greg Olsen
                  Kevin Everett


                  They might not be the best, but they should be among the top 3.
                  Fixed it :D

                  SPLOOSH

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                  • #24
                    LSU has no wide outs besides Eddie that have done anything in the NFL..

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                    • #25
                      Originally posted by RonnieRun23 View Post
                      Michael Irvin
                      Eddie Brown
                      Reggie Wayne
                      Andre Johnson
                      Santana Moss
                      Sinorice Moss
                      Brian Blades
                      Randal Hill
                      Sinorice Moss
                      Roscoe Parrish
                      Lamar Thomas

                      have all produced or have potential from UM. Also if you include TE's, we also have

                      Jeremy Shockey
                      Kellen Winslow, Jr
                      Bubba Franks
                      Greg Olsen
                      Kevin Everett


                      They might not be the best, but they should be among the top 10.
                      to add a few

                      * Brian Blades
                      * Eddie Brown*#
                      * Wesley Carroll
                      * Horace Copeland
                      * Tony Gaiter
                      * Yatil Green#
                      * Randal Hill#
                      * Michael Irvin*#
                      * Andre Johnson#
                      * Daryl Jones
                      * Andre King
                      * Santana Moss#
                      * Sinorice Moss
                      * Roscoe Parrish
                      * Brett Perriman
                      * Lamar Thomas
                      * Reggie Wayne#
                      * Kevin Williams

                      Tight ends

                      * Glenn Dennison
                      * Kevin Everett
                      * Bubba Franks#
                      * Greg Olsen#
                      * Buck Ortega
                      * Alfredo Roberts
                      * Jeremy Shockey#
                      * Kellen Winslow II#



                      If Johnson gets on a team with a QB he could become a HoF Type player, he is that talented just Houston sucks, to put it bluntly

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                      • #26
                        Originally posted by Finsfan79 View Post
                        to add a few

                        If Johnson gets on a team with a QB he could become a HoF Type player, he is that talented just Houston sucks, to put it bluntly
                        Now that is funny!!!!
                        OSU has had the best NFL productioon out of their WR hands down.
                        Who Dey & Go Bucks
                        The Bengals are going to the Super Bowl.

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                        • #27
                          Originally posted by FootballGod View Post
                          Now that is funny!!!!
                          OSU has had the best NFL productioon out of their WR hands down.
                          You shouldn't laugh because it is partially true. I wouldn't say HoF, but Andre Johnson is one of the leagues more underrated WR. He is not able to produce at the level he could be due to a QB who never had an effective o-line, constant double teams by defensive coordinators, and no running game to balance with the passing game. Andre Johnson is a bonafide #1 receiver, he just needs a change of scenery.


                          Originally posted by Halsey
                          I don't have to watch it to know it was not interesting.

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                          • #28
                            Despite everything Andre led the league in receptions with 103 last year. He really is the complete package when it comes a WR in terms of size, hands, leaping ability. Imagine him opposite a smaller, lightning fast WR [Lee Evans, Steve Smith]. Yikes!

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                            Originally posted by Scott Wright
                            Mr. Dukes comes from the Michael Irvin "talk loud and maybe people will think I know what I am talking about" school of football analysis.

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                            • #29
                              1. USC - they may not always have the most succesful but they constantly churn people out.
                              2. Miami U - produce the best TE's and bring speedy, determined Wideouts to the NFL.
                              3. Ohio State - Bring out some freakish players, and this past year only proved it more (besides Gonzalez who is simply a slot wideout).

                              LSU brings out guys but they dont always produce to the fullest

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                              • #30
                                Originally posted by CARDIAC CAT 7 View Post
                                1. USC - they may not always have the most succesful but they constantly churn people out.
                                2. Miami U - produce the best TE's and bring speedy, determined Wideouts to the NFL.
                                3. Ohio State - Bring out some freakish players, and this past year only proved it more (besides Gonzalez who is simply a slot wideout).

                                LSU brings out guys but they dont always produce to the fullest
                                Isn't this contradicting? You put USC at #1 but say they AREN'T successful but churn guys out and turn around and say LSU brings guys out but don't produce?



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