McPherson's Workout

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  1. Vinny

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    I bet someone takes him pretty early.
    http://bucs.tbo.com/bucs/MGB5LG5NW6E.html
     
  2. El Tejano

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    What position does he play?
     
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    if he has learned his lesson and matured he could be a good pick up in the later rounds, he is the most athletic qb in the draft. i think you are right, someone will probably take him to early but he could have one of the biggest payoffs in the draft because of his ability and were he could be drafted.
     
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    He's like Clarett, but everyone doesn't hate him
     
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    Shhhh Vinny. The Cowboys were planning on taking him. I guess that just went out the window. :(
     
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    Yeah, except Mcpherson's work-out was actually impressive. Who ever gets this guy is going to get a Mike Vick Jr. but for a bargain price.
     
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    I'd be willing to bet either the Browns or Cardinals (whichever doesn't take a QB in the first) take him in the 3rd...He'd be good in Arizona's WCO, IMO...
     


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    Yeah I can see him as a Denny Green kinda guy. but do you really think he'll go as high as the 3rd?
     
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    I think it's a good possibility...Green has proven in the past that he doesn't really care about his draftee's backgrounds as long as they can play, and McPherson can definitely play...He wouldn't have to start right away, as they have Warner, but once he gets acclamated to playing in the NFL, everyone will talk about how much of a steal he was...Mark my words...I wouldn't go as far as to call him a Vick, but I think his skills compare favorably to Donovan McNabb...
     
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    Wasn't Denny the one who drafted Moss?
     
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    I think someone will take a shot with him in the second round.
     
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    Yeah he took Moss and Hovan the headcase too, if memory serves me correct...
     
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    I hope so. The kid has a lot of character. People make mistakes and he owns up to all of it. I pretty sure being Mr. Everything and having a whole state worship you one minute then have it ripped away from you the next for doing something you know was dumb, was a huge slap in the face for him. Now that he's grounded and focused, I think he'd be a great steal to whom ever lands him.
     
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    TexanCanes, I still love your avatar. Please let me know where I can get it.
     
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    what's impressive was that he throw it 72 yards flat footed, thats some arm strength.

    i got my avatar from someone on tigerfourms, a lsu messageboard.
     
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    I saw this guy play a couple of games at florida state and i was blown away a his deep ball.

    He bootlegged out to the left and hit the receiver on the money 55 yards downfield. He is lightening in a bottle with maybe a little more accuracy than a Vick.
    Denny Green also drafted Culpepper who watched Akili Smith Tim couch, Mcnabb and 7 other players go before him.
     

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