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Some WR's i'd love to talk about

Discussion in 'Patriots Draft Talk' started by T-cat, Apr 1, 2013.

  1. T-cat

    T-cat Practice Squad Player

    Aug 13, 2009
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    Jasper Collins Mount Union, Y receiver:
    Jasper Collins vs Mary Hardin-Baylor (2012) - YouTube

    J.D Woods WVU, Z receiver:
    2013 NFL Draft Prospect: J.D. Woods (WR, WVU) - YouTube

    Darius Johnson SMU, Y Receiver:
    Hands of The Truth - YouTube

    I know they are mostly highlight tapes which I hate but these guys are serious super sleepers and Id love to hear about what you guys have to say. Im trying hard to find underground guys because im sick of hearing the usual prospects and these guys are my top sleepers you guys may enjoy to discuss so have fun :)
  2. manxman2601

    manxman2601 Pro Bowl Player

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    Good thread.

    I was impressed by Darius Johnson's highlight reel, but when you look into him further, he's a small, slighly built receiver that runs a 4.6 40. That doesn't get me all excited I'm afraid.

    Jasper Collins is someone we've looked at and he's got good receiving skills but again doesn't set my heart beating faster.

    Three late round UDFA guys that do interest me are:

    Uzoma Nwachukwu, Texas A&M - Had a really good pro day with a 4.4 40 and 6.77 3-cone. Only had 26 catches in '12 but had 7 TD's off them.

    Courtney Gardner

    I keep mentioning him. We've had interest in him as have others. He's getting a fair bit of buzz as someone who could go as high as the 5th round. In another thread I called him a poor-mans Da'Rick Rogers, Cordarelle Patterson and Chance Warmack. I really enjoy watching him block - he'll drive guys into the ground.

    Courtney Gardner - YouTube

    Courtney Gardner - YouTube

    Poor quality vidso but they give you an idea of his talent.

    Zach Rogers

    White slot guy alert - comparison to Wes Welker coming forthwith :)

    Can't say I've studied him closely, but he always impressed me when I watched Tennessee.

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