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    simply sick, smart wr, nice size, hands, etc..worth a gud luk n later rounds, but i c him goin in the fourth rd.........fav prospects sherrod, cam jordan, wilkerson, brandon harris, aaron williams, pouncey, wisn, watkins, boling, moffitt, costonzo, julio jones, jimmy smith, justin houston, aldon.........demarco murray worth a hard luk n the 2nd round, ahmad black as well
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    I like him. But he's basically a carbon copy of Welker, Edelman and Branch and how many of those guys do we need?
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    we could always trade welker for a 2nd, branch a 3rd or 4th and same for tate and edelman if we'd like but im cool with our current wrs as well but would like an aj green find sumwhere n da ruff...we have alot of options, we could trade light, kaczur, koppen, banta cain, meriweather, wilhite, butler, etc for wateva we want....:D
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    I edited the OP's thread title...that was a 6.42 cone time, not 4.42. Now THAT would have been something to see. :D

    Maehl measures in a lot like Julian Edelman, actually.
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    yeah jumped out at me right away... i always look for who is winning in those agility drills then i have a look at he production. Funnily enough i think edelman looks nimbler but you can't sneeze at those numbers.

    He seemed to be an alright receiver there for Oregon
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    I really don't like (or see the point) of trading one of our proven playmakers when we don't absolutely have to, in order to draft a guy we hope will be as good as the guy we just traded.

    Our picks can go to areas where there's more need or question marks, or to help sweeten a trade up for a stud where we need it most.
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    He was a huge part of that blur offense and was really custom built for that scheme. I like his game. He adjusts to the ball well, has good agility (obviously), and anticipates it coming off of his breaks. He's going to be a nice find for someone working out of the slot. Patriots are deep as hell on the inside. They need help at the split end.
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    Dane Sanzenbacher ran a 6.46 3-cone to Maehl's 6.42; a 3.97 ss to Maehl's 3.94; both had 31.5" vertical jumps, Sanzebacher is .03 faster in the forty. The key difference is Sanzebacher knows how to run the route tree.

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    The poor route running makes sense coming out of the blur. Those guys run like four routes in that entire scheme.
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    A lot of fast cone times this year. Check out D-II prospect Andre Holmes, who stands 6'4" 210 and posted a 6.69.

    Not surprisingly, he totally dominated in college against the likes of St. Cloud State and Ohio Dominican.
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    GREAT find, Sistah Patricia!! :rocker:

    It's well documented that I see little value in spending much Draft Capital on Wide Outs at this point...But A #46 Ranked Receiver, 6.4/210, who MASHES the Cones??? LOVE it!!! :rocker:
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    Aside from Edelman being about 2" shorter and I think about 5-10 lbs heavier, I do agree, although Maehl > Edelman on the SS drill (0.2 sec) and Edelman > Maehl on the VJ (3", I think).
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    I think they will draft Dontarious Moore out of Tennessee. Yes. He's good and kind of a sleeper.
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    It's Denarius, unless you think somehow the Pats can convince the NFL to let them draft Dontay Moch and Denarius Moore with one pick. ;)
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    Hah!! [​IMG]

    Denarius Moore is a nice call!! He is big enough and very strong and tough, at 6.0/195, and he is a BLASTER ~ 4.45!!

    He Blocks, he's Fluid, and he's got Lateral Velocity, though he is a bit raw.

    Well done, sir.
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    Sanzenbacher was universally praised for his crisp route-running, consistent separation and clean catches in Senior Bowl practices. He went 5 for 5 in the game with catches of 23, 8, 16, 6 and 9 yards. If he can work the edges as well as the middle, he'd be more Branch than Welker.
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    If we're looking for a relatively tall possession guy who runs good routes, has reliable hands and puts up a good fight for every catch in coverage, Austin Pettis (6025/209) might be had in the 4th.
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