Greg Childs

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  1. steelbtexan

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    Just ran a 4.41 at his pro day, at 6'3 220 and has great hands.

    I really like this guy. he worked his butt off and it took him over a yr. But it looks like he made it back. He could really go get the ball before he was injured.

    I would take him in the 4/5th rd on work ethic alone. Randle in the 1st/Childs in the 5th + AJ = red zone problems solved.

    Thoughts?
     
  2. Wolf6151

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    Childs in the 4th or 5th is going to make someone a good WR and great value. He might even sneak into the 3rd round due to his size/speed combo that will be very tempting to alot of teams.
     
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    What little reading I've done on him I've liked. As a 5th rounder, they've certainly done worse!
     
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    That sucks he ran a 4.41. I was hoping to get him in the sixth round. I have to adjust my board now.
     
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    I love the guys skills. Dude from Arkansas right? Looks like a 3rd rounder to me.
     
  6. steelbtexan

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    Yep,

    I woud pick him in the 3rd. Because of his work ethic.

    He probably will fall to the 4th/5th rd due to injury history.
     

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