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Taking a look at college football's best WR.

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I didn't see 4.4 in those clips, couldn't care less about the dash.

Like I said there's no way in hell he's a 4.4 guy....even in the dash....

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I'm with C42, I just don't see can't miss like with Green in any of these guys. However, the season is young, they have time to build their resumes and I'm open minded.

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A.J. has the top end speed though' date=' that's something that can't be taught. You either have it or you don't, and imo Alshon doesn't. I honestly think we should go CB in round one next year and wait till 2013 to get an elite WR, that is if Gettis doesn't develop into one....[/quote']

You can think the Panthers will have a Top 5 pick next year and that's fine with me. I for one have higher expectations, as I always do.

Top prospect WR's have been going high lately anyways..

I don't want a CB in the draft next year. For starters noone has stood out yet. Secondly, I trust Rivera and McDermott to make gold out of poo on the defensive side of the ball, but more importantly-I just like Jeffery or Kalil more than any defensive prospect out there. I think you gotta go offense unless none of our young DT's or CB's show any promise-which is a stretch considering how many we have and the brilliance of the coaching staff we have.

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Like I said there's no way in hell he's a 4.4 guy....even in the dash....

Not to be rude, but does it really matter what you think?

I mean if the guy is a 4.4 he's a 4.4....the stopwatch certainly doesn't have any bias, and it's not like we're seeing Jeffery get run down from behind in the highlight reel.

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We will agree to disagree then. While I certainly don't want the Panthers to have a top five pick next year that seems like the direction we're heading if we don't address DT and if one of our WR doesn't step up....

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Not to be rude, but does it really matter what you think?

I mean if the guy is a 4.4 he's a 4.4....the stopwatch certainly doesn't have any bias, and it's not like we're seeing Jeffery get run down from behind in the highlight reel.

This is kind of a foolish statement. How many times have we heard so and so runs a 4.3 in college only for them to get to the combine and run a 4.5? The stopwatch, or the operator of said stopwatch lies plenty bro....

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WR you say? ;)

I just don't see a WR such as Jeffery NOT maxing out at a 4.4.

There was a time when a 4.4 was unheard of, but those days have long passed. 4.3 is even starting to become the "norm."

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Blackmon had another great game tonight and has 14 straight 100 yard receiving game. I have always liked Jeffery better but you truly can't go wrong. Like I have said before and others in this thread, AJ Green is a better WR prospect than both. But you still have to give a lot of consideration to both of these guys.

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As I said, I take Floyd over Blackmon, but I challenge you to watch Jeffery play before coming to a final decision.

It's pretty laughable the way you discredit Blackmon's abilities as a receiver in this thread. And that 4.46 40 is bogus, but I won't deny Jeffrey is a stud the way you deny a WR that has 14 straight 100 yard games has any good qualities .

BTW that pie was accidental

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you mean the guy who struggled with the lowly lions and is now a good wr?

Lol.

Blackmon has dwayne jarrett written all over him. Can go up and make nice catches against weak college teams, but his skill set isn't much beyond that.

I take jeffery who is an absolute playmaker every day.

lol

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