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Old 02-26-2012, 04:20 PM   #1
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Default WR's we could look at in the draft

I was just going through the receivers seeing who might be available around the 4th round or later that we could take a look at. I chose 4th round or later based on us having greater needs on both o and d lines and inside backers. So here are the guys i found:

Tommy Streeter-Miami 6'5 219. Ran an official 4.40 at the combine. Could give us the big target we havent had since Plex. He could easily put on 10 pounds with that frame. Did 17 reps on the bench also which is 2 less than OT Mike Adams


Brian Quick-Appalachian State 6'4 220 4.55
Another big target, the only knock against small school guys is the level of competition they've played against but he put up numbers at the combine just like everybody else.


Marvin McNutt-Iowa 6'3 216 4.54
I've seen his name pop up on alot of mock drafts around here. He has great hands and isnt afraid to be physical which is what we like around here. Also he is already used to wearing the black and gold


Jeff Fuller-Texas A&M 6'4 223 No forty time on him yet. He has experience playing against nfl caliber players as you can see by his highlight reel he was getting open against patrick peterson. Hes decent in the blocking game but he knows how to use his body to get separation and go up for the ball..



Now i know these guys could all move up draft boards depending on how they do in the on field drills as well as the interviews. But as of now i believe all of the guys are in the 4th round area of the draft and any of them could be a great #5 with the potential to move up on our receiving chart depending on how things shake out
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Default Re: WR's we could look at in the draft

By most accounts, McNutt will not be there on Day Three.
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Yeah im not sure if any of these guys will fall that far but when it comes to the draft you just never know
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Default Re: WR's we could look at in the draft

Law of averages.....the likleyhood of them all being gone by the 4th isnt great and we could end up picking them.

Honestly, if we keep Wallace, then I am more of the mindset that we draft ILB, NT, OG, OT in the first 4 rounds anyway.
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