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I wouldn't think he would go anywhere higher than 3rd or 4th. He doesn't really have sprinters speed does he? I wish him the best, but I wish he would give us one more.
I think jw said 4th round
4th round. See tony etc breakdown of his decision at top
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When he first arrived as a freshman, I remember that he supposedly was around a 4.55 forty guy.
That could have changed since then, obviously.
He said he received a 2-3rd round grade.
Ally will beat the crap out of Uga.
Wow, really? It's been floating around that he received a 4th round grade but that some were in his ear that he could go as high as 2nd round with a good combine. I bet that's what he's thinking will happen; he'll show out in the combine and go earlier.
i was scared this day would come. I personally believe he will get drafted on day 2. Mans got mad skills
He received a 4th round grade prior to 75 underclassmen declaring for the Draft. He will likely be no better than a 6th rounder when all is said and done.
Some guys make great decisions to come out early; others make mistakes to stay...unfortunately some guys listen to friends/ family or potential agents in their opinion they will be a second rounder. All too often those are terribly inaccurate and could be a 5th or 6th rounder as 5'7 is hard to overlook. Also, with the limiting or possible elimination of kickoffs it will limit the opportunies for returners. I hope he has the best people giving him advice and works his butt off at the combine, kills it. Best of luck to ace I hope he gets a fair shake.
The guys who provide the "draft grades" have a vested interest in maximizing the draft pool and have no "downside" if they over-estimate a player's NFL prospects. They often place higher than actual projections since it is no harm to them, with Christian Ponder being perhaps the lone exception.
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