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When he comes out where do you feel he will be taken in that years draft and how good do you feel he will be as a pro?
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He's a poor man's Reggie. Take that for what it's worth.
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I'd much rather take a chance on Stafon Johnson in the mid/late rounds.

That said, as a satellite player as Bill Parcells would say, McKnight is interesting. Like Jerious Norwood of the Falcons, who was correctly taken in the third round in '06.
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2nd-3rd round as a WR and occasional back, mostly for screens, swings (NO) and shotgun pitch plays (ATL).

Poor man's Reggie is correct. Not as fast or elusive, and even less capable of running inside.
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I'd much rather take a chance on Stafon Johnson in the mid/late rounds.

That said, as a satellite player as Bill Parcells would say, McKnight is interesting. Like Jerious Norwood of the Falcons, who was correctly taken in the third round in '06.
I am firmly convinced that Stafon Johnson would be a first rounder if he wasn't in an offense that spread the carries out so much.
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I am firmly convinced that Stafon Johnson would be a first rounder if he wasn't in an offense that spread the carries out so much.
He def would be. Plus if he wasn't in Carroll's dog house his first 2 years. He's the most talented runner on that team which is full of talent. He sort of reminds me of a less explosive Darren McFadden.
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I am firmly convinced that Stafon Johnson would be a first rounder if he wasn't in an offense that spread the carries out so much.
He'll find a place to start in the NFL and i believe he will be successful.
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When he comes out where do you feel he will be taken in that years draft and how good do you feel he will be as a pro?
Reggie Bush has killed his stock. Just like BMW and Dwayne Jarrett will kill Patrick Turner's stock (at least those two were productive at SC). He probably shouldn't be touched before the 3rd round.
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Reggie Bush has killed his stock. Just like BMW and Dwayne Jarrett will kill Patrick Turner's stock (at least those two were productive at SC). He probably shouldn't be touched before the 3rd round.
How has Reggie hurt his stock? Reggie was worth a round 1 pick...
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How has Reggie hurt his stock? Reggie was worth a round 1 pick...
I don't think he was worth a 1st or a 2nd. 6-0 200 lb backs that run a 4.4 are a dime a dozen. As the other poster stated in here earlier Reggie Bush = Jerious Norwood. I think that is a great comparison for him.
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I don't think he was worth a 1st or a 2nd. 6-0 200 lb backs that run a 4.4 are a dime a dozen. As the other poster stated in here earlier Reggie Bush = Jerious Norwood. I think that is a great comparison for him.
except for the fact that Jerious Norwood never lead the league in touchdowns the way Reggie was doing this year until he got hurt. I mean seriously did you even watch Reggie in college?....not alot of playmakers like him.
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He's even less suited to being a feature runner than Reggie was coming out of USC, but he's got great skills. Return men are valuable enough these days in themselves and McKnight has proved that he can play some receiver and take occasional handoffs out of the backfield. Someone will try and utilize him. I guess I'd say early 2nd to early 3rd, I had to guess.
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He's even less suited to being a feature runner than Reggie was coming out of USC, but he's got great skills. Return men are valuable enough these days in themselves and McKnight has proved that he can play some receiver and take occasional handoffs out of the backfield. Someone will try and utilize him. I guess I'd say early 2nd to early 3rd, I had to guess.
yeah well im not saying hes the prospect Reggie was coming out, i just dont like the statement he made saying that "Reggie has hurt his Stock" because i do not think thats true.
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yeah well im not saying hes the prospect Reggie was coming out, i just dont like the statement he made saying that "Reggie has hurt his Stock" because i do not think thats true.
Well, if Reggie had come into the league and easily adjusted to running inside, it would have helped McKnight more than Bush has helped him so far. I think it's fair to say that if the 2006 draft was redone, the Saints probably would look elsewhere.

That said, McKnight is so skinny, even if Bush had been a decent inside runner out of the gates, I don't think many would consider him to be quite on the same level. He (McKnight) is not quite as decisive as inside runners like Chris Johnson, but he's very dangerous in the open field. Someone will take advantage of that.
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except for the fact that Jerious Norwood never lead the league in touchdowns the way Reggie was doing this year until he got hurt. I mean seriously did you even watch Reggie in college?....not alot of playmakers like him.
Jerious also gets something like 5 touches a game. I think that the speed in the Pac-10 is seriously lacking at schools other than SC. Reggie was able to run around people like you see in high school highlight tapes, but that doesn't happen in the NFL. I look for a 1st round pick to be more than a complementary piece of a position.
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except for the fact that Jerious Norwood never lead the league in touchdowns the way Reggie was doing this year until he got hurt. I mean seriously did you even watch Reggie in college?....not alot of playmakers like him.
Reggie Bush hasn't even been able to stay healthy in a part-time role. What good is he if he's not on the field?
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Bush is worht a first round but not #2 overall. If Bush can stay healthy he could be looking at a pro bowl soon.
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Reggie Bush hasn't even been able to stay healthy in a part-time role. What good is he if he's not on the field?
Other than his first year when has it been a part time role? Hes taken alot of the load most of his seasons in the league due to Deuce being hurt. Reggie isnt a number one back but he is perfect for a situation where he is rotating with someone....
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Other than his first year when has it been a part time role? Hes taken alot of the load most of his seasons in the league due to Deuce being hurt. Reggie isnt a number one back but he is perfect for a situation where he is rotating with someone....
Season 1: Deuce w/ Reggie as the complement
Season 2: Reggie never carried the load even with Deuce hurt
Season 3: Pierre w/Reggie as the complement

Being a complementary guy is not worth a 1st round pick. He does work kind of ok as a slot guy even though 8 ypr isn't all that stellar, but for what he has provided as a running back he wasn't worth the 1st round pick and certainly not the 2nd overall selection. Saying he wasn't worth a 2nd is pretty harsh and I amend that statement as I would equate him to Hester in that draft.
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Exactly. Why does AD get a bum rap as "injury prone" when he touches the ball more and actually plays games?
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Well if he got the carries he could be a beast at SC! I feel that way about all the backs. I think its 2 early 2 decide where he would be selected but as of now id say late 2nd early 3rd. I do expect that to rise alot next year when he gets alot more carries
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My answer will always be it depends on how many players are better than him at the same position. If he was top or even the second best return specialist/weapon player, then I agree, the early second to mid third round projection is probably fair. To me though, he's not a kick return guy, more purely a punt returner at the next level, and his straight line speed isn't that good. For comparison's sake, if I give C.J. Spiller, who I despise (maybe a little strong), daylight, I know he's gone. With McKnight, at the next level, I just don't know. Those things combined make me think closer to the fourth than the second.
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Well i feel he can jump up into the first round possibly even next year cause of the carries he will be gettin. I look at Moreno and see that he is projected 2 go in the first. Joe is WAY better, he just dont get the rock as much. And by the way Joe run a 4.37 in the 40.
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Well i feel he can jump up into the first round possibly even next year cause of the carries he will be gettin. I look at Moreno and see that he is projected 2 go in the first. Joe is WAY better, he just dont get the rock as much. And by the way Joe run a 4.37 in the 40.
I would say that Moreno is a significantly better inside runner and a real, three-down, potential franchise running back, which McKnight is not. And seriously, you think McKnight is better than Moreno? I'm not the biggest Moreno fan but as a prospect I'd take him a good two rounds before McKnight. As for 40 time, I couldn't give a damn. I see how he plays on the field and it doesn't match up with 4.3 anything.
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