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  • Dexter McCluster - where does he go?

    Every time I turn on Ole Miss, he's doing something for that offense. What's his draft stock after a great bowl game today?

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    Had a great Bowl game, but there is a question of fit. Also, he has been mistake prone and hurt the team more than helped it at times. At 5'9, 170, he will have to show up with his speed at the combine and Senior Bowl. I am still questioning how he will do against NFL talent.


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    • #3
      3rd down back, kick return type of guy. I could see New England taking him with a 4th rounder to replace Kevin Faulk


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      • #4
        I think he could actually be a sparkplug for a team that could correctly use him. He isn't a return specialist at the next level, nor a slot WR, nor a full time RB. What he can do is make something happen in space, and that alone will get him considered in the 3-4 range. He runs sub 4.4 and all bets are off, but that's most likely his ceiling.
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          He's a guy if you have a creative OC, can be a deadly playmaker. The guy just makes plays everytime you put the ball in his hands. He could be a slot/RB/KR/PR/Wildcat QB. He can do it all. He's a player, who even though he isn't a great prospect who is undersized and doesn't have a true position, is a guy you just want on your team and especially don't want on another team. I could see him going as high as the 3rd round. I just hope he goes somewhere that is creative enough to find ways to get him the ball in space.

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          • #6
            I think he is gonna be a huge steal for who ever takes him, a Darren Sproles type of back, and can certainly be used in the wild cat

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            • #7
              It really depends on if an OC thinks they can really use him and his skills.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Shane P. Hallam View Post
                Had a great Bowl game, but there is a question of fit. Also, he has been mistake prone and hurt the team more than helped it at times. At 5'9, 170, he will have to show up with his speed at the combine and Senior Bowl. I am still questioning how he will do against NFL talent.
                That was last year, he didn't fumble once this season. He coughed it up in a few costly situations, but he didn't fumble one time this season. He became the first SEC player ever to rush for 1,000 yards and have 500 receiving yards in the same season, Dex will make some NFL team very happy.

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                • #9
                  Wes Welker clone.

                  Will THRIVE in the correct system, or a return man, in any system.

                  His size is irrelevant with the current pass interference rules.

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                    Originally posted by Shane P. Hallam View Post
                    Had a great Bowl game, but there is a question of fit. Also, he has been mistake prone and hurt the team more than helped it at times. At 5'9, 170, he will have to show up with his speed at the combine and Senior Bowl. I am still questioning how he will do against NFL talent.
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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by ToldLikeItIs View Post
                      Wes Welker clone.

                      Except with breakaway speed.

                      McCluster is a WEAPON - I would be very surprised if he makes it past the 3rd round.

                      I would argue he was more valuable to Ole Miss' offense than Snead was.
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                      • #12
                        Very underrated due to his size. Should be an early 3rd pick, but will likely be a 5th-6th rounder.

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                        • #13
                          I don't think his speed is as good as most are perceiving. I imagine he'll run around a 4.5 instead of a sub 4.4.

                          However, he is one of the most determined/motivated players in this class, so he should kill in interviews and be drafted in the 4th-5th round area.

                          Underrated, he'll be a steal. Not a massive steal, but a valuable pick nonetheless.

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                          • #14
                            In my opinion they move him to receiver, and if he can answer a few questions, like how are his route running abilities,can he overcome height issues, can he beat the jam at the next level, etc. I believe he can have a similar impact to what DeSean Jackson has. I see him potentially as a 3rd round pick.

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                            • #15
                              who was that kick returner from K-State that the Ravens took a couple years back? because that is who he reminds me of.

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