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Mayock Torches Coples

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Has him rated as his 50th in his player rankings.Not that I disagree but how can you rate him so low but still have him as the top DE prospect? He has Luke K as number 6 though he believes he will not be drafted that high due to the value of the position.

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this should make us want Coples even more.

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Yea I heard him say he would not take him in the first and maybe even not take him in the second.

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Yea I heard him say he would not take him in the first and maybe even not take him in the second.

I just cant understand how you can rate a player so low to the point he said he may pass on him the 3rd but have him rated as a top DE prospect.Must be the bust potential.

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Coples is the Cam Newton of this draft IMO.

I mean that solely on the polarization of the player not whether I think he will be a good pro.

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Mayock 2011:

5. Blaine Gabbert

6. Robert Quinn

10. Daquan Bowers

21. Cam Newton

Just to give people insight of how accurate his rankings are. He has legitimate reasoning; however, so I'm not going to fault the low rank.

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Mayock had Cam newton behind blaine gabbert

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Coples is the Cam Newton of this draft IMO.

I mean that solely on the polarization of the player not whether I think he will be a good pro.

Well I admit he scares me but I would at least grade him as 2nd round pick.I would be curious where some of the pro scouts have him rated and compare.Polarization is certainly the word that describes it.

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