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Old 12-20-2012, 09:51 AM    (permalink
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Why no love for Zac Stacy? Seems like he's less than an afterthought around here. I really, really like him in that you-know-who mold.
He's draftable for sure, just not extremely dynamic. I think Stacy is an underrated player and a nice #3 back who could develop into a complimentary player. Maybe in the right system he has a shot (a la Alfred Morris,) but I'd expect a similar draft range.
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Old 12-20-2012, 09:59 AM    (permalink
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Really? I felt like he would be a nice addition in the 4th. Nice build, vision, hands, and pass pro. And Idk about his timed speed but he ran away from quite a few DBs in his career.

Sleeper pick! -edit- hes at least Kendal Hunter
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Really? I felt like he would be a nice addition in the 4th. Nice build, vision, hands, and pass pro. And Idk about his timed speed but he ran away from quite a few DBs in his career.

Sleeper pick! -edit- hes at least Kendal Hunter
Doesn't have nearly the foot quickness as Kendall Hunter IMO. Maybe if his triangle numbers are up to par, but it is a deep RB class and players will fall a bit.
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Doesn't have nearly the foot quickness as Kendall Hunter IMO. Maybe if his triangle numbers are up to par, but it is a deep RB class and players will fall a bit.
It's deep, lots of complimentary players and RBBC guys, but not heavy at the top. Who do you think has the most star potential out of this class?

I hope you don't cop out and say Gio.
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It's deep, lots of complimentary players and RBBC guys, but not heavy at the top. Who do you think has the most star potential out of this class?

I hope you don't cop out and say Gio.
I'm not a big Gio fan. He is basically Ryan Williams to me, injury history and all. I like Eddie Lacy a lot if he declares. A big bruiser with balance and the type of athletic ability to punish you for hitting him. Much more so than a Stepfan Taylor. I toss Le'Veon Bell in there too, though without the injury history. Just don't really see his upside as a 300 carry back.

I don't disagree, it isn't great at the top, but I think there are a number of backs who can be the "lead" back in an RBBC and have good careers. In no part. order Mike Gillislee, Montee Ball, Ray Graham, Knile Davis, Stepfon Taylor, Dennis Johnson. They all won't be that, but could in the right situation and blocking scheme.

As for other underclassmen, I like Jawan Jamison and Joseph Randle a lot too as do everything backs who, once again, need the right system but can excel. Apparently Cierre Wood is also close to declaring and he a lot of talent.

Heck, I didn't even mention Marcus Lattimore. Some real talent here if you need a RB and it won't require a high pick.

To get back on topic, I need to watch more of Rouse. Fresno is high on my list to watch during this winter break, but he sounds like the type of player I generally like at the RB position.
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