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JohnCandy 11-02-2011 11:13 AM

Ranking the WRs
 
Given the following list how would you rank the WRs and what round do you see them going?

Justin Blackmon
Jauron Criner
Michael Floyd
Dwight Jones
Alshon Jeffrey
Ryan Broyles
Nick Toon
Jeff Fuller

Do you have any dark horse prospects?

bucfan12 11-02-2011 11:23 AM

1. Michael Floyd
2. Justin Blackmon
3. Alshon Jeffery
4. Nick Toon
5. Jauran Criner
6. Ryan Broyles
7. Jeff Fuller

A Perfect Score 11-02-2011 11:26 AM

1. Justin Blackmon
2. Michael Floyd
3. Alshon Jeffery
4. Ryan Broyles
5. Nick Toon
6. Jeff Fuller
7. Jauran Criner

That's just ranking the ones you listed. I really love Greg Childs in Arkansas too.

JohnCandy 11-02-2011 11:28 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by A Perfect Score (Post 2733959)
1. Justin Blackmon
2. Michael Floyd
3. Alshon Jeffery
4. Ryan Broyles
5. Nick Toon
6. Jeff Fuller
7. Jauran Criner

That's just ranking the ones you listed. I really love Greg Childs in Arkansas too.

Why is Fuller so low for you?

I only ask because I know he has a solid game last season against LSU and Patrick Peterson and he has a great build.

Is Fuller a solid 2nd round pick at this point?

FootballGod 11-02-2011 11:32 AM

1. Justin Blackmon 1st round
2. Michael Floyd 1st round
3. Alshon Jeffrey 1st round
4. Jauron Criner 2nd round
5. Ryan Broyles 2nd round
6. Dwight Jones 3rd round
7. Jeff Fuller 3rd round
8. Nick Toon 3rd round

AntoinCD 11-02-2011 11:35 AM

Justin Blackmon-Top 15
Michael FLoyd-Top 25
Alshon Jeffrey-Top 25
Mahommad Sanu-First Round
Ryan Broyles-Late First/Early Second
Juron Criner-Second Round
Jeff Fuller-Second Round

Dro 11-02-2011 01:16 PM

im surprised to only see dwight jones on 1 of these lists..

jrdrylie 11-02-2011 01:34 PM

1. Blackmon
2. Michael Floyd
3. Mohamed Sanu
4. Alshon Jeffrey
5. Ryan Broyles
6. Dwight Jones
7. Nick Toon
8. Jauron Criner
9. Jeff Fuller

TY Hilton as the dark horse. He is undersized, but if he runs in the 4.3 range, I could see him sneaking into the second round.

Big Bird 11-02-2011 02:28 PM

Nick Toon doesn't belong in the Top 10. It's really sad people are overrating this guy this badly because when he gets into the NFL, it's going to be a rude awakening.

1. Justin Blackmon-Oklahoma State
2. Alshon Jeffrey-South Carolina
3. Michael Floyd-Notre Dame
4. Mohamed Sanu-Rutgers
5. Jeff Fuller-Texas A&M
6. Dwight Jones-North Carolina
7. Brian Quick-Appalachian State
8. Jarius Wright-Arkansas
9. Ryan Broyles-Oklahoma
10. Juron Criner-Arizona

That would be my Top 10 for now. The Top 3 are locked in, but the rest could see some movement. I would have Lance Lewis, A.J. Jenkins, Marvin McNutt, Chris Owusu, and Nick Toon behind them, probably in that order actually.

I still don't get what Jarius Wright has to do to get respect. The guy is an ideal slot receiver. He'll be gone in the 2nd Round because a team that runs a lot of 3 wide is going to fall in love with him.

AntoinCD 11-02-2011 02:31 PM

Marvin McNutt is a guy I really like but he is going to time pretty slowly at the combine which will hurt him. Probable third rounder IMO

keylime_5 11-02-2011 02:42 PM

Justin Blackmon
Michael Floyd
Alshon Jeffery
Mohamed Sanu
Jarius Wright
Ryan Broyles
Dwight Jones
DeVier Posey
Nick Toon
AJ Jenkins
Jeff Fuller
Denard Robinson

murdamal86 11-02-2011 03:09 PM

Some seem split on where to rank Mohamed Sanu and i see not much AJ Jenkins love in here

Ozzy 11-02-2011 04:54 PM

Here is how I would rank the current receivers in the upcoming draft. A lot of which will be undrafted. Most of the bottom guys I would project in the 6th or 7th round again could clearly go undrafted as well.


WR
Michael Floyd Notre Dame (1st)
Justin Blackmon Oklahoma State RS JR (1st)
Alshon Jeffery South Carolina JR (1st)
Mohamed Sanu Rutgers JR (1st)
Ryan Broyles Oklahoma RS (2nd)
Jeff Fuller Texas A&M (2nd)
Dwight Jones UNC (2-3)
Jarius Wright Arkansas (2-3)
Stephen Hill Georgia Tech JR (2-3)
Kendall Wright Baylor (2-3)
Chris Owusu Stanford (3)
Joe Adams Arkansas (2-3)
Juron Criner Arizona (2-3)
Marvin McNutt Iowa (3)
BJ Cunningham Michigan State (4)
Greg Childs Arkansas (4)
Nick Toon Wisconsin (3-4)
AJ Jenkins Illinois (3-4)
TJ Graham NC State (4-5)
Jermaine Kearse Washington (4-5)
Travis Benjamin Miami FL (4-6)
Mike Willie Arizona State (5-6)
Derek Moye Penn State (6-7)
DJ Woods Cincinnati (6-7)
Junior Hemingway Michigan (7)
Keith Nichol Michigan State (7)
Dejuan Miller Oklahoma (6-7)
Marquis Maze Alabama (7)
Keshawn Martin Michigan State (6-7)
DeVier Posey Ohio State
Nelson Rosario UCLA
Jarrett Boykin Virginia Tech
LaRon Byrd Miami FL
Damarlo Belcher Indiana
Da'Jon McKnight Minnesota
Damaris Johnson Tulsa
James Rodgers Oregon State
Jarmon Forston NA
Rod Streater Temple
Gino Crump Arizona
Antoine Hicks TCU
Taiwan Easterling Florida State
Bert Reed Florida State
Roy Roundtree Michigan
Malcolm Williams Texas
Aldarius Johnson Miami FL
Martavious Odoms Michigan
Taylor Embree UCLA



In terms of dark horse guys, I would say Damarlo Belcher could surprise a lot of people and improve his stock. Same with Mike Willie, I really like him, along with Jermaine Kearse, he is a solid route runner, good athlete and nice hands.

TaylorMade 11-02-2011 06:39 PM

Guys I think are good:

1. Alshon Jeffery - top 15
2. Michael Floyd - top 15
3. Mohamed Sanu - mid 1st-late 1st
4. Reuben Randle - 2nd round
5. Ryan Broyles - late 2nd/early 3rd
6. Juron Criner - 4th/5 round

Guys I wouldn't touch
1. Justin Blackmon - top 15
2. Nick Toon - 2nd round
3. Dwight Jones - 2nd round
4. Kendall Wright - late 2nd/early 3rd
5. Jeff Fuller - late 2nd/early 3rd
6. Jermaine Kearse - early 3rd/mid 3rd

Need to see more of TY Hilton

ElectricEye 11-02-2011 08:28 PM

1. Michael Floyd
2. Justin Blackmon
3. Alshon Jeffrey
4. Dwight Jones
5. Mohammed Sanu
6. Kendall Wright
7. Ryan Broyles
8. Nick Toon

Other names I really like; TY Hilton, Brian Quick, Chris Owusu.

Really down on this class overall. Some nice players, but not much more. Fuller and Criner are guys I'm just not sold on whatsoever, but if we're basing it on order they will be drafted in as apposed to personal rankings, they would be mixed right in there. Still think both of them end up being drafted below Jones and Sanu.

Don Vito 11-02-2011 08:49 PM

Greg Childs has fallen off quite a bit from last year but a lot of thats because Adams and Wright have stepped up.

rawdawg 11-02-2011 08:53 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by JohnCandy (Post 2733943)
Given the following list how would you rank the WRs and what round do you see them going?

Justin Blackmon
Jauron Criner
Michael Floyd
Dwight Jones
Alshon Jeffrey
Ryan Broyles
Nick Toon
Jeff Fuller

Do you have any dark horse prospects?

Blackmon - 1st round, top 10
Floyd - 1st round top 15
Jeffrey - 1st round
Jones - 2nd round
Toon - 2nd rounder
Fuller - 3rd round
Broyles - 3rd round
Criner - 3rd round

is how I would rank them. I also think Sanu is a 1st rounder. Other guys I really like that aren't on the list you named are Kendall Wright (like him better than Broyles as a slot WR) and Jermaine Kearse (may be faster than anyone named above).

For dark horse, I'm going to go with Marvin Jones, Jordan White and Chris Owusu.

ToldLikeItIs 11-03-2011 12:15 AM

McNutt won't time poorly.

He's a 2nd rounder.

TheSlinger 11-03-2011 01:21 AM

Justin Blackmon
Michael Floyd
A.J. Jenkins
Kendall Wright
Dwight Jones
Alshon Jeffrey
Rueben Randle
Ryan Broyles
Marvin McNutt
Jeff Fuller
T.Y. Hilton
Jauron Criner

TitanHope 11-03-2011 01:34 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by A Perfect Score (Post 2733959)
I really love Greg Childs in Arkansas too.

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Greg Childs Please is my 4th favorite WR in this draft.

TheSlinger 11-03-2011 02:56 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by TitanHope (Post 2734612)
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Greg Childs Please is my 4th favorite WR in this draft.

Which of his 9 catches is your favourite?

Duffman57 11-03-2011 03:01 AM

Is there any Steve Smith type receivers, who are very good speed guys, but play way bigger than they are and are really physical for a speed guy?

rawdawg 11-03-2011 06:23 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Duffman57 (Post 2734626)
Is there any Steve Smith type receivers, who are very good speed guys, but play way bigger than they are and are really physical for a speed guy?

Not really. I think every WR under 6' is also 190lbs or less. And most of them are slot type guys.

jrdrylie 11-03-2011 08:05 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Ozzy (Post 2734311)
Stephen Hill Georgia Tech JR (2-3)

This surprises me. I've seen all of Georgia Tech's games from the last three years and I don't think Stephen Hill is anywhere near as good a prospect as Demaryious Thomas. His hands looks worse. He doesn't look as fast. He isn't as physical. I guess if he blows up at the combine he might slip into the 3rd round, but I don't see it.

Quote:

Originally Posted by TaylorMade (Post 2734392)
Guys I wouldn't touch
1. Justin Blackmon - top 15
Need to see more of TY Hilton

Really? I think he is much better than Jeffery. What about him do you not like? As for Hilton, he isn't a first rounder, but you should definitely give him a look because he is an electrifying player.

JohnCandy 11-03-2011 11:35 AM

What are the opinions of Mohamed Sanu?

I watched some highlight tapes of him and he looks like a RB when the ball gets into his hands.


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