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mj4life

draft class of 2010

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with a few and i mean few exceptions looks like one our worst classes in recent memory

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I feel like Pike still has time to work out for us

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Always enjoyed Pike

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Jimmy Clausen

Brandon LaFell

Armanti Edwards

Eric Norwood

Greg Hardy

David Gettis

Jordan Pugh

Tony Pick

R.J. Stanford

Robert MaCclain

Yeah...Why the fug did you get Armanti Hurney? Clausen was a 'steal' back then so I don't blame him for trying his luck with Clausen.

LaFell was a need.

Armanti was the worst, just the worst move you could have made..

The rest were bpa.

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LaFell, Hardy, and Gettis are looking like the best pick ups from 2010.

Most draft picks are gone with the exception of 2-3 after 3-4 years anyways. Nothing new here, unless we want to talk about exactly how bad it was in terms of overall talent. Yuck.

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I remember when that draft happened, everyone on here was all "in a few years this may be considered our best draft ever!"

tards

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damn, looking back at that draft makes me cry.

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That awesome draft also cost us our extremely high 2nd round pick the following year. Thanks Marty!

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