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    this FSU Junior sat out all of 2005 but declared for the draft. If this kid drops, what an addition he would be. A great all around CB with size and speed. yes please
     
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    Supposedly his knee is near 100%. He'll be a high first round pick, if he has good workouts. Not too many 6'3 cornerbacks with 4.4 speed...
     
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    A STUD. I'd take a shot on him.
     
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    When hes on the field hes a stud. Dont think id take him in round 1 though
     
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    #12 Jersey

    With Samuel and Hobbs coming from the 4th and 3rd rounds respectively, who needs a 1st round CB? Let's spend a few more third rounders at the position and call it a day. Spend the 1st on a franchise RB, WR or LB.
     
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    mid round cb's

    there's no formula that says that any CB's picked in the mid rounds will be a sure pick. you pick for talent, not for needs. Who's to say we dont get a stud CB in round one and RB in the third round (someone like dontrelle moore). I'm not saying they WILL draft a CB in round one, but if they feel he can be a shutdown corner and is available, then i think they will take him.
     
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    I met Antonio Cromartie at a track meet in Tallahassee once and the guy is an athletic freak. He went and triple jumped though it isn't his event and he won by like 3 feet. I think it was 43 feet but I don't quite remember. As far as a CB, he has the ability to be a shutdown coverman. He also could be a very versatile player for us. He possesses the size to play Safety if asked of him, is a good KR, and was a fantastic WR at Tallahassee Lincoln when in high school. The guy would be a steal in the late 1st.
     
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    i havent really seen much on this guy, can someone give me some of his str. and weaknesses
     
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    aight, i like 'em :D
     
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    I see that he had several multiple tackle games in the write-up crazy posted, anyone else got any insight on his tackling skills?
     
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