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Danny Coale WR

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http://espn.go.com/college-football/player/_/id/236822/danny-coale

What do you guys think of him? I think he has the Ricky Phroel type player in him. I'm a hokie fan so maybe I'm a homer but I hope/think he will be pretty good in the NFL....plus he can punt too.

Found it surprising that on ESPN today they had him as a diamond this years draft in the 3rd to 4th round.

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I'm actually more interested in Brian Quick. 6'5 with nice speed. A good developmental project in the 4th-5th that can be a back up plan if anything goes wrong with Gettis.

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I'm actually more interested in Brian Quick. 6'5 with nice speed. A good developmental project in the 4th-5th that can be a back up plan if anything goes wrong with Gettis.

6'4, at least that's what I read in other sites. I also like this guy. He'll be gone by the 3rd round though. He's got so much potential and is a very intriguing prospect.

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http://espn.go.com/college-football/player/_/id/236822/danny-coale

What do you guys think of him? I think he has the Ricky Phroel type player in him. I'm a hokie fan so maybe I'm a homer but I hope/think he will be pretty good in the NFL....plus he can punt too.

Found it surprising that on ESPN today they had him as a diamond this years draft in the 3rd to 4th round.

Quick look makes me think we would be taking a second string punter in the fourth round. Probably Udfa is more realistic. Wish him luck.

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Coale is a solid receiver (Hokie homer too here). I'd be slightly surprised if he went before the 5th or 6th, but he is a good role player pickup.

He is very disciplined and has a high football IQ.

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Coale is a solid receiver (Hokie homer too here). I'd be slightly surprised if he went before the 5th or 6th, but he is a good role player pickup.

He is very disciplined and has a high football IQ.

Agreed. He reminds me of the same skill that Sanzenbacher brought to Chicago. Not flashy, but he is solid.

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I want Quick, both Kiper and McShay have him going in the 4th or 5th.

Look at what he did this past season and then look at what he did before that.

The kid is going to be good.

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He's Ricky Proehl because hes...white?

Same player build, possession receiver, runs good routes.

Plus I'm a panther fan, typically use references to players I like from our team.

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I like Coale. He always ran crisp routes (Hokie homer as well, see a trend?) and made a lot of clutch receptions. He doesn't have breakaway speed but he's a reliable target. And everyone knows he made that catch in the sugar bowl.

Brian Quick is an interesting prospect and some team will reach on him in the third round.

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Please no more App State players. I don't trust them.

All of a sudden all ASU players are bad? Armanti is the product of a dumbass hurney move. Nothing, absolutely, NOTHING to do with Brian Quicks' skill set, route running, natural speed or work ethic..

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