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Everybody keeps bringing up Joe Adams but...

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I am surprise that no one brings up Patrick Edwards from Houston. This guy is the reason Case Keenum's name was in the Heisman race. He has a smaller statue an doesn't have elite speed but makes up with his quick release (sounds like a certain pro bowl receiver on this roster?)

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This guy has brought him up.

But these fourth to fifth round guys just aren't hot button discussion topics.

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This guy has brought him up.

But these fourth to fifth round guys just aren't hot button discussion topics.

The kid is a stud..I need to see more tape doe. as far as his catching ability. Can't wait for his combine numbers

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i think he is pretty good, runs nice routes. he got major sepeartion on a route from Hayward but pulled his hammy on the play in practice. but Adams has that wow factor and killer speed, i now see him going in the 2nd round.

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never heard of him, sounds like you bring up a great point though

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This team needs a mid to late round gem. I have never heard of said palyer aka what-cha-ma-callat and am not going to do research. But I really hope if we draft him he is all world steve smith with chip on the shoulder reincarnated.

Excellent thread

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People talk about Adams for Return skilllzzz with hope of developing into WR

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