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    While we talk WR's- 2 later round guys Chadman is watching a bit of tape on are Josh Boyce out of TCU & Brandon Kaufmann out of Eastern Washington.

    Opinions on those guys?
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    I like Brandon Kaufmann, but I don't know if he has the ability to separate at the next level. He is a big physical WR though, which we sorely need in Haleys scheme
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    1. Kyle Fuller –CB– Virginia Tech –6/200
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dee Dub View Post
    I could see that happening. But if that does that means one of these guys then will probably fall to the second...Robert Woods, Cordarrell Patterson, Justin Hunter, Keeenan Allen.

    Scouts INC has DeAndre Hopkins ranked as the 36th overall player.
    I will test my "evaluation skills". I have looked at some of the top WRs on tape. I think that Patterson has a shot at becoming the first WR off the board in the first. That is my assesment on him pre-combine. The word I would use to best describe him is "create". One year of TN to evaluate and a couple of years of JR college but watch him in 2012 and he has the highest ceiling out of all of them as an X. Best comparison as of late I could draw is Dez Bryant...A little more athletically gifted. May not be as physically imposing as him yet but he has that type of ability to "create" as a WR before the ball gets in his hands and after he gets it. If Wallace leaves, which appears will be the outcome, I have him in my mock. After the cupboard gets cleaned of pass rushers & ILB, the Steelers next best option at 1st round impact may be at WR & S. Just need a dance partner. There is a possibilty...By the time the combine & workouts end...It won't be a secret & Patterson may be an option @ #17.
    1st (T-D) Kelvin Benjamin WR
    2nd Bradley Roby CB
    3a Kareem Martin DE
    3b C.J. Fiedorowicz TE
    4th Christian Jones LB
    5a Dri Archer RB
    5b Kevin Pierre-Louis LB
    6a Beau Allen NT
    6b Shaquille Richardson CB
    7th John Brown WR

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dee Dub View Post
    I could see that happening. But if that does that means one of these guys then will probably fall to the second...Robert Woods, Cordarrell Patterson, Justin Hunter, Keeenan Allen.

    Scouts INC has DeAndre Hopkins ranked as the 36th overall player.
    I like Patterson, and I don't like Hunter, Woods, or Allen much.

    Woods benefited tremendously from lining up opposite Marquise Lee. Plus, his brothers have all busted out in the nfl.

    Hunter is big, but reminds me more of James Hardy from Indiana. Not gonna be a playa in the league in my opinion.

    Keenan Allen is good, kinda reminds me of Hakeem Nicks, but is coming off an injury.

    I think Hopkins will end up being the first WR taken depending on how he runs.
    Here comes the BOOM!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigRob View Post
    I like Patterson, and I don't like Hunter, Woods, or Allen much.

    Woods benefited tremendously from lining up opposite Marquise Lee. Plus, his brothers have all busted out in the nfl.

    Hunter is big, but reminds me more of James Hardy from Indiana. Not gonna be a playa in the league in my opinion.

    Keenan Allen is good, kinda reminds me of Hakeem Nicks, but is coming off an injury.

    I think Hopkins will end up being the first WR taken depending on how he runs.
    I like Hopkins, Reminds me alot of Holmes.
    1st (T-D) Kelvin Benjamin WR
    2nd Bradley Roby CB
    3a Kareem Martin DE
    3b C.J. Fiedorowicz TE
    4th Christian Jones LB
    5a Dri Archer RB
    5b Kevin Pierre-Louis LB
    6a Beau Allen NT
    6b Shaquille Richardson CB
    7th John Brown WR

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    Quote Originally Posted by JUST-PLAIN-NASTY View Post
    I like Hopkins, Reminds me alot of Holmes.
    Hopefully without the 10 cent marijuana head.

    I could live with either Hopkins or Patterson in the first round.
    Here comes the BOOM!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigRob View Post
    Hopefully without the 10 cent marijuana head.

    I could live with either Hopkins or Patterson in the first round.
    Well it appears the kid has his head on straight! If we are talking about a "Dez Bryant" or a "Santonio Holmes" minus the bonehead...I think everyone would be happy with them in the 1st. Going from Wallace, Brown, & Sanders to Patterson/Hopkins, Brown, & Sanders would make me go from "Oh $hit" in March to "Daaaam!" in April. I may be able to sleep again!
    1st (T-D) Kelvin Benjamin WR
    2nd Bradley Roby CB
    3a Kareem Martin DE
    3b C.J. Fiedorowicz TE
    4th Christian Jones LB
    5a Dri Archer RB
    5b Kevin Pierre-Louis LB
    6a Beau Allen NT
    6b Shaquille Richardson CB
    7th John Brown WR

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    Quite a few of the players mentioned in the posts have gotten favorable reviews from a number of scouts and draft sites. The game is on today, Saturday, 4pm on the NFL network. Draft Daddy Blog had the rosters for the game.

    http://www.shrinegame.com/Teams/EastRosterNew.aspx

    http://www.shrinegame.com/Teams/westRosterNew.aspx

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    Some players that did well in practice this week:

    216 Kerwynn Williams RB 18 Utah State Sr 5-08 196 6-7

    315 Zac Stacy RB 23 Vanderbilt Sr 5-08 215 7-FA
    152 Christine Michael RB 13 Texas A&M Sr 5-10 221 4-5
    162 Ray Graham RB 14 Pittsburgh Sr 5-09 192 4-5
    359 Keith Pough OLB 31 Howard rSr 6-2 241 ––

    181 Micah Hyde CB 21 Iowa Sr 6-0 196 5-6

    401 Trey Wilson CB 45 Vanderbilt Sr 5-10 192 ––

    223 Earl Wolff SS 8 North Carolina State rSr 5-11 206 6-7
    229 Cooper Taylor SS 9 Richmond rSr 6-4 229 6-7
    245 Jahleel Addae SS 10 Central Michigan rSr 5-10 200 7
    the one in the middle cooper taylor had a negative report
    391 Chad Bumphis WR 45 Mississippi State Sr 5-10 202 ––

    233 Jasper Collins WR 28 Mount Union Sr 5-10 183 6-7

    271 Mike Catapano DE 23 Princeton rSr 6-3 270 7-FA

    169 David Bass DE 17 Missouri Western State Sr 6-4 263 5

    70 A.J. Klein ILB 8 Iowa State Sr 6-1 246 5

    135 Gerald Hodges OLB 14 Penn State Sr 6-1 239 3-4
    145 Sio Moore OLB 15 Connecticut rSr 6-1 240 4
    153 DeVonte Holloman OLB 16 South Carolina Sr 6-2 246 4-5
    the one in the middle Sio Moore did not get a good rating
    260 Joseph Fauria TE 15 UCLA rSr 6-7 257 7
    he got a write up from one site.

    That's most of them. Sort of parallels steelbloods lists. Certainly not the top 10 type. But, these are the time of players worth their weight in gold. If teams hit on these later rd picks that surely is a windfall.

    Let's see how they do? Any Steelers in there?

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    Ive seen patterson three times in person and he is electric with the ball in his hands. reminds me of carl pickens back in the day. However, it is generally accepted around knoxville that he rarely, if ever, darkened a classroom door in his one year at Tennessee. Combine that with the fact that even his coaches acknowledged that he had difficulty running the correct routes at times makes me wonder if he has the dedication to succeed at the pro level.

    saying that, if we could drop back a few spots and grab him, i could see it. I have a feeling he might just put up some ridiculous numbers at the combine. he is a physical freak.
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