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Old 02-27-2013   #15
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Default Re: Post combine mock

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Originally Posted by IDEXAN View Post
Good chance you can get this guy in the second round because there's maybe
10 WRs rated ahead of him, so why use a first round pic on him ? And now maybe his college receivers coach will award him a 4.44 at his Pro Day whenever that is, but he failed to break 4.5 at Indy over the weekend so he's just got average speed for an NFL WR. I'd take the Clemson kid (and several others)
way before this choice. Sorry, but I just don't see the value here ?
Disagree

Name the 10 WR's that are better than Rodgers?

He played alot of his yr at Tenn with Simms son as his QB. That would cause any WR to look bad.

Rodgers would be a top 10-15 pick without the pot thingy. While he did run a 4.52 he scored at the top on all of the other drills at the combine. He also has great strong hands and is not afraid of going over the middle. Rodgers is also very hard to tackle with the ball in his hands and is a very good blocker.

Rodgers/Allen and Hopkins are the 3 most pro ready WR's in this draft. IMHO
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