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BrowBucTribCav wrote: Lets draft him based on his speed alone.... Can he even catch the ball? 40 is overrated.
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EntertheShoe wrote: Winner of the Underwear Olympics for sure.Let's face facts though. 28 catches this year. 15 last year. That's for a whole season, not a game. He's a highlight tape and a project.
Posted: 2/26/2012 12:12 PM
SOBOdawg wrote: EntertheShoe wrote: Winner of the Underwear Olympics for sure.Let's face facts though. 28 catches this year. 15 last year. That's for a whole season, not a game. He's a highlight tape and a project. Obviously he's a project, but one that should be worth the risk in round two. And that was my belief BEFORE his 4.30.He's quite on the level of Damaryius Thomas (no one is close to Calvin Johnson's), but Thomas's best year at GaTech 46. Not exactly mindblowing either (albeit better than Hill of course).
Posted: 2/26/2012 12:16 PM
EntertheShoe wrote: Thomas had 3 years with more production than Hill. Hill's 2nd best season is 15 catches.
Posted: 2/26/2012 12:20 PM
SOBOdawg wrote: EntertheShoe wrote: Thomas had 3 years with more production than Hill. Hill's 2nd best season is 15 catches. I know. There was a typo in my previous reply. He's NOT quite on the level of Thomas. I don't put him in the same place. But it's not like production is a major indicator within that offense.
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2012 - the year we didn't get RGIII but landed John Hughes!
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Posted: 2/26/2012 1:13 PM
realphipps wrote: I had Stephen Hill as the 1st pick of the 2nd round over a month ago. Nothing to do with his 40, everything to do withi his projection to the next level. I've said it over and over and I'll say it again. Stephen Hill is as talented as any wide receiver in this draft class.
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