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Armanti Edwards

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We could at least make room for him on the practice squad; his talent, heart, and local support are immeasurable. I saw him in action on numerous occasions as i'm sure most of you did. Play-maker. Package back, slot receiver, return specialist: Legit skills. Totally gettable late\FA as well unless he gets an invite and storms the combine which he might. Am I alone on this kid?

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this is what i picture in my head when i hear that first name

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I'd say that's a plus.

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Maybe as a UFA, but we have so few picks that I don't think he's worth it for a "Jack of All Trades" kinda guy.

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that pic is disgusting Fiz

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Might be worth a pickup as a UDFA. Not worth a draft pick though. I would have normally said maybe a 7th rounder but after Bernadeau and Schwartz were 7th rounders and were so helpful this year, I am rethinking my position on late round picks.

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As a proud App alum, I would be thrilled to see him get an opportunity somewhere and light it up. However, I know it won't be here.

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What Fiz said!!!!!

He was a great college player, but will have to learn an entirely new position and is a project that is at least a year or 2 from ever making an impact.

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He won't be around as an undrafted free agent, trust me on this one. He'll be gone before the fifth round, potentially in the third.

And don't give up on him playing QB in the NFL. The two biggest knocks on him are that he has worked in a spread offense and that he's too small. Well, the spread offense isn't the hindrance that it once was, and the Wildcat makes his unique skillset valuable. And as a matter of size, he's the same height as Drew Brees.

He might not be a Joe Flacco early rounder from the FCS schools, but he is going to get attention, combine or not. Of course, I hope he does get a shot to show his skills at the combine.

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this is what i picture in my head when i hear that first name

armand-assante1-250x300.jpg

as did I

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IF he manages to get on an NFL squad for TC, he'll never play a meaningful down in the NFL.

He has been a lot of fun to watch during his time with ASU but he isn't NFL material.

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