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Top 10 pro-day winners

Discussion in 'Patriots Draft Talk' started by broadwayjoe, Apr 14, 2006.

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    I'd much rather see a list of the top 10 pro-day losers. Many of those will end up being the steals of the draft.
     
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    I think you got a good point there.
     
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    Thanks. Obviously, not to be too much of a smartass, some of those guys - Hawk, Simms, Maroney - were already top notch prospects. What I find amazing is that a guy's 40 time can have such an impact on his draft status. Calhoun's case is a perfect example. How does a guy run 4.35 one day and over 4.6 another? You'd think his playing speed would be visible on film.
     
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