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  1. texasguy346

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    I'm just quoting the first four WRs listed, but for the other 9 go to ESPN.com

     
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    Hervoyel The Right Track

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    I don't know, maybe the hype is starting to get to me or something but I grow more convinced every day that that the Texans need to find a way to get their hands on Matt Jones.
     
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    Funny they didn't mention Roddy White from UAB. Many places rate him as a second round pick, surely one of the top 8 receivers in the draft.
     
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    They did mention him. Just click on texasguy's link and read the article. Reggie Brown is rated as the fifth best receiver and Roddy White is ranked behind Matt Jones.
     
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    D-ReK RAWWWRR!

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    He would be a god trade down prospect, but I'm not really sold on him yet...Word is he wants to still try to become a QB in the NFL, so if a team won't at least experiment with him there, he may take his ball and go home, a la Eric Crouch...
     
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    Just noticed something. One of the knocks on Clayton is that he isn't as fast as folks would like, but based on the data above, of the top 4 WR, he is the second fastest, and he is the quickest in and out of his routs. May not have as much upside as the others, but may be more NFL ready.
     
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    Clayton would be an interesting pick. But, hopefully we would move down a few spots first.
     


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    Interesting where they rank Everett.

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