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Quinton Patton WR LA Tech

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Hunter isnt known for his hands.

Cant go wrong with Rodgers, Patton, or Hopkins in the 2nd

His film says his hands are pretty good.

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Saw some film and he had numerous drops. Hope u aint just watching "highlights"

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Saw some film and he had numerous drops. Hope u aint just watching "highlights"

I saw numerous bad passes from Tyler Bray and some drops early in the season after coming back from the ACL. But I also saw some exceptional jump ball catches as well to. And still 73 rec. 1083 yards and 10 td is a great season for any WR. Special one coming off missing a season due to a torn ACL.

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quinton patton all the way baby. check my new sig bitches..if you dont like it then fug you lol

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quinton patton all the way baby. check my new sig bitches..if you dont like it then fug you lol

I am on that train!

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you guys must have not watched the vid i posted..lol patton caught up with a dude from a bout 50 yards out.. that dude has GAME SPEED.

i estimate he should run around a 4.42 in the 40 yard dash drill.

I do not wish him any harm, maybe a small cramp or something? I do hope he is there when we pick in round 2.

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Wanted to bump this thread...

Among this year's draft-eligible receiver prospects with at least 100 targets in 2012, Louisiana Tech's Quinton Patton had the best (lowest) drop rate at 0.9 percent.

Patton dropped just three balls among 158 senior-year targets. The best drop rate was actually posted by Marshall's Aaron Dobson, who had zero drops among 92 targets. Patton's percentage remains impressive for a 6-foot, 202-pound prospect who's drawn pre-draft comparisons to Indianapolis' Reggie Wayne.

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Wanted to bump this thread...

Yeah and he said he can run a 4.43 at his pro day.

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Damn this is from past November? Some good eyes there op

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Man I really want Patton because he good at catching fade passes in the end zone. Don't you guys hate it when Newton gets all the way down to the 5 yards line and never score? Patton would fix that baby.

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