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Does anyone know Where Garrett Wolf is Projected?

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  1. brady199

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    This Guy is only 5 foot 7 inches, 177 pound running back.
    But this guy is so shifty and quick, I would love to see him challenge Faulk for playing time and maybe eventually replace him.
    1928 yards rushing in 2006.
    353 in one game.
    Ran well against Ohio State.

    I'm a big fan of this guy and it will be interesting to see where he goes.
    I was wondering if anyone else had a take on him?:rocker:
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    NFLDRAFTCOUNTDOWN.com
    lists him as a FA/Late rounder

    I could see him as a 6-7 rounder based on his production.
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    i say 5th round
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    ProFW has him rated as the 15th RB and a 5th-6th round grade. This may have changed some in the last 2-3 weeks.
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    7th round. He's just too small. And not just short like a Jones-Drew, he's pretty frail.
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    He's just too small and looked lost trying to field kicks. Someone will probably take a flyer in the 7th.
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    still his skills can be used at KR, slot..3rd down back.

    hes too productive to go round 7. Hes a 5th. watch
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    I really liked Jones-Drew last year, he was one of the best KR/PR I have seen at the college level. Watching him in the pros you can see how strong he is, short but solid, his lower body is massive. He is like a Joe Morris only faster, stronger and better. I was hoping the Patriots would take him with their 2nd round pick last year (and he would have been there at 52 if the Pats wouldn't have traded for Jackson).

    Looking at Wolfe I see a much smaller, weaker player who is not as fast as Jones-Drew. Wolfe has no potential to pass block and can only be put into very specific situations. He is a 5th or 6th rounder but will have limited impact and may struggle staying healthy in the NFL.
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    IIRC, he wasn't very productive as a KR.

    I would love to bring him to TC, but I wouldn't use even a 7th-rounder on him. I'd rather use them on the UNH kids, Ball and Graham.
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