Troy Williamson a top 10 pick?

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  1. texansfan88

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    South Carolina WO Troy Williamson, who is expected to be the No. 2 or 3 receiver selected in this year’s draft behind Michigan’s Braylon Edwards, had dinner with Washington Sunday night and has also slated a meet-and-eat with Dallas this week in Mobile at the Senior Bowl. The Redskins, who pick No. 9 in April, and Dallas, which picks No. 11, are both said to be in the market for a difference-making wide receiver and may be targeting Williamson. Any thoughts?
     
  2. Lucky

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    Every year there's a guy who shoots up into the top 10. Williamson didn't play in a pass heavy offense, but his 7 TD catches went for an average of 45 yards. That's the kind of big play ability that gets the NFL's attention.
     
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    It's very feasible for him to go top 10...If he has a good combine, and Mike Williams doesn't, it's almost guaranteed...
     
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    It seems that with Edwards and Williams in the top 10, Williamson will not go that high. And even if Williams has a bad work out he has more name value than Williamson, which has to count for something when GMs are looking at who to pick.
     

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