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Jeremy Williams

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Someone uploaded a video a Jeremy Williams video recently. He's rpetty good, I wouldn't mind getting him.

He's the type of receiver Fox likes, I wouldn't be surprised if we draft him.

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Yea, he could be had in the 3rd round. He is the best route runner in the draft, and he knows how to find the open space in the zone. His hands are incredible.. lacks elite speed. You know exactly what you are getting with this kid.

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Yea, he could be had in the 3rd round. He is the best route runner in the draft, and he knows how to find the open space in the zone. His hands are incredible.. lacks elite speed. You know exactly what you are getting with this kid.

Thats what I think.He is sort of like Shipley in that way.You know what your getting..with him.

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Thats what I think.He is sort of like Shipley in that way.You know what your getting..with him.

Yea, I agree.. I think Williams is a little more polished than Shipley and Shipley has a little more upside due to his speed. But, yea they are both consistent players.

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Yea, I agree.. I think Williams is a little more polished than Shipley and Shipley has a little more upside due to his speed. But, yea they are both consistent players.

The guy I was looking at is Eric Decker..looks like a solid #2 type..

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He impressed me a lot at the Senior Bowl. Made a lot (6 catches for 83 yards) of good catches. Showed a great ability to use his body to shield the ball from the defender on crossing patterns. And did a great job on those little comeback routes.

He also had the longest run (27 yards) on a reverse where he made one guy miss then setup his blockers well (except maybe Black who basically tackles him by forcing him out of bounds). He has prototypical size at 6'0 205 and has good not great speed. Wouldn't mind getting him at all.

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You know who lacked elite speed? Michael Crabtree. That guy came in and dominated for the 49ers.

I don't really care about speed, if you can't catch a ball or run good routes you're nothing. See: Devin Hester/Braylon Edwards.

If he can run routes and catch a ball he's fine in my book. Wes Welker isn't even that fast of a receiver, but his insane route running ability allows him to get separation on damn near every single play.

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Can he block?

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Tulane was primarily a running team, so I would assume he can block very well. Williams didn't get that many opportunities to inflate his stats.

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I read somewhere that he has a injury history.

Anybody know what the injuries are?

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Yea, his injury list is long.. consisting of 2 major knee surgeries, and a wrist surgery.

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Not against drafting him, but i sincerely hope he's not the best the Panthers can do as far as the WR position.

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