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Old 01-13-2012, 05:44 PM    (permalink
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@tonypauline Area scouts & sources tell me Kendall Wright/WR/Baylor ranks as the #1 wide out on #NFLDraft boards for a lot of teams.

Pauline wrote an article, but it's for another draft site, yada, yada, yada.

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He should be thanking RG3 big time, because Blackmon, Floyd and Jeffrey are better talents.
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Wright is gonna be a beast!
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He reminds me a lot of Mike Wallace.

He's not better than Blackmon though.
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He should be thanking RG3 big time, because Blackmon, Floyd and Jeffrey are better talents.
Agreed 100%. While I like Wright and have him as a late first/early second kind of guy, I'd have Blackmon, Floyd and Jeffery rated ahead of him with little question.
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I'll take Blackmon ahead of him but Floyd and Jeffery are close. Floyd has the character concerns but other than that i think hes gonna be an elite receiver. Jeffery is hard to project because he has the size and ball skills, but his speed is questionable and i really question how much he cares. I think he could bust very easily.
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He's my favorite receiver in this draft class :shrug: Titus Young and Randall Cobb both went in the 2nd last year, and I think Wright's a much better player than either of them.

With the rules changes, I don't think teams will shy away from smaller receivers as much. Not after the success of guys like Jennings, Steve Smith, the Pittsburgh duo...
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I could see this because Wright has a skill set that separates him from the other top WR's in this class. There are a number of 6'1-6'3 210-225 type guys with good hands who run pretty well but aren't overly fast or dynamic (Blackmon, Floyd, Jeffery, Randle, Sanu, Jones, etc). Kendall's explosiveness really sets him apart from the rest and speed is the trump card in today's NFL. I think Kendall's stock is just as much if not more about Victor Cruz's, Steve Smith's and Antonio Brown's success than it about RG3's success.


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I could see this because Wright has a skill set that separates him from the other top WR's in this class. There are a number of 6'3-6'1 210-225 type guys with good hands who run pretty well but aren't overly fast or dynamic (Blackmon, Floyd, Jeffery, Randle, Sanu, Jones, etc). Kendall's explosiveness really sets him apart from the rest and speed is the trump card in today's NFL. I think Kendall's stock is probably more of a product of Victor Cruz, Steve Smith and Antonio Brown than it about RG3's success this year.
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I'll take Blackmon ahead of him but Floyd and Jeffery are close. Floyd has the character concerns but other than that i think hes gonna be an elite receiver. Jeffery is hard to project because he has the size and ball skills, but his speed is questionable and i really question how much he cares. I think he could bust very easily.
I agree to a certain extent, but honestly Floyd's history is a non factor to me. He's going to have a Jordy Nelson impact on the game, Jeffery on the other hand I'm a little more skeptical of, but I think a receiver needy team in the later part of the first round will trust him.

Blackmon, Floyd, Jeffery all come across as guys who can produce regardless of who's throwing the football, I can't say the same thing about Wright.
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Hmm. I'm with you guys on the speed being a more valuable commodity with the type of receivers at the top end of this class, but I just don't see him being the top guy available. I'm notoriously not a big small receiver guy though, so it might just be me...but I can't see him winning battles at the line of scrimmage against press all that often. I think he's probably better as an inside receiver in the NFL and that's not the type of guy I look for when I'm looking at a top receiver.

Don't get me wrong though, I like Wright a whole ton and I could easily see him putting up some thousand yard type years with good big play ability. I just like some other guys a whole lot more. This is a pretty damn good receiver class, actually.
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Hmm. I'm with you guys on the speed being a more valuable commodity with the type of receivers at the top end of this class, but I just don't see him being the top guy available. I'm notoriously not a big small receiver guy though, so it might just be me...but I can't see him winning battles at the line of scrimmage against press all that often. I think he's probably better as an inside receiver in the NFL and that's not the type of guy I look for when I'm looking at a top receiver.

Don't get me wrong though, I like Wright a whole ton and I could easily see him putting up some thousand yard type years with good big play ability. I just like some other guys a whole lot more. This is a pretty damn good receiver class, actually.
I agree.

Is he Santana Moss or is he Steve Smith? If the later, I'll take him.. Otherwise give me the big guys.
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Hmm. I'm with you guys on the speed being a more valuable commodity with the type of receivers at the top end of this class, but I just don't see him being the top guy available. I'm notoriously not a big small receiver guy though, so it might just be me...but I can't see him winning battles at the line of scrimmage against press all that often. I think he's probably better as an inside receiver in the NFL and that's not the type of guy I look for when I'm looking at a top receiver.

Don't get me wrong though, I like Wright a whole ton and I could easily see him putting up some thousand yard type years with good big play ability. I just like some other guys a whole lot more. This is a pretty damn good receiver class, actually.
It's a good year to need receivers, period. The FA class could be loaded as well - with big, contested catch WRs like there are in the draft.

http://www.footballsfuture.com/2012/fa/wr.html

Reggie Wayne, Colston, and Vincent Jackson I think all make it to free agency.

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One scenario i love, i mean, cant get over type of love! Browns get Robert Griffin at 4 and then somehow get Kendall Wright in mid first round. OMG im in love with this scenario!

They fill their two biggest needs with two of the most explosive players in the draft who played together in college and thrived of each others games.

Wow i want this to happen so bad!
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Yeah, I was talking about that a bit on the Patriots team board today. I'm actually wondering if some of that will drive down the value of some of these draft eligible guys. There's a possibility some real big names and useful players change jerseys this year.
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If Ted Ginn Jr. = #9 overall, then nothing is out of the realm of possibility for Wright. Ginn was a playmaker in college, but much more raw than Wright. Harvin would've went top 10 as well if not for character and injury issues, and Wright is very similar to Harvin. I was really hoping Wright would fall into the Browns' laps at 22 overall, though I've been mocking him consistently in the 15-20 range for a couple months now, and it looks like that may even be too low. The success of Mike Wallace, Percy Harvin, Greg Jennings, and Desean Jackson in the NFL is going to really boost Wright's stock.
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As long as that means Michael Floyd is in NE, I don't care.
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No chance Floyd falls to the Patriots! You could trade up to get him but i doubt that happens.
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4 WRs in the first round isn't happening.

If Kendall Wright is really a few teams #1 WR (over blackmon), then blackmon is #2. #3 would be a toss up between Floyd and Jeffery.
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If Kendall Wright is really a few teams #1 WR (over blackmon), then blackmon is #2. #3 would be a toss up between Floyd and Jeffery.
Why not? (10)
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I'm not sure either. This is a very deep WR class much like '09 where we saw 6 go in the first. Actually, I'd be surprised if 4 aren't taken in the first this year as it stands now.
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If Kendall Wright is really a few teams #1 WR (over blackmon), then blackmon is #2. #3 would be a toss up between Floyd and Jeffery.
Blackmon, Floyd, and Wright I think are long gone by the Patriots picks. Sanu and Jeffery both have a good shot at round one though (esp. Sanu imo). Patriots are really hurting in the passing game though...........NOT!
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Originally Posted by TACKLE View Post
I could see this because Wright has a skill set that separates him from the other top WR's in this class. There are a number of 6'1-6'3 210-225 type guys with good hands who run pretty well but aren't overly fast or dynamic (Blackmon, Floyd, Jeffery, Randle, Sanu, Jones, etc). Kendall's explosiveness really sets him apart from the rest and speed is the trump card in today's NFL. I think Kendall's stock is just as much if not more about Victor Cruz's, Steve Smith's and Antonio Brown's success than it about RG3's success.


edit: yf...I mean DraftSavant beat me to it with the last part.
Cruz has 1" - 2" and 20lbs on those other 2.
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