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Cordarralle Patterson can FLY

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Not only up draft boards, but on the field.

Lets all just stop and remember that CP is 6'3, 205 pounds.

"We just ran our 40 times in Kansas before I came home on break," he said. "I ran, like, 4.21, 4.26 and 4.29. Everything was under 4.3." quote from Patterson

I personally think he will run around a 4.30-4.35 at the combine, but still at his size that is crazy fast.

He also tried running track for the first time in his life last year, and ran a 10.33 in the 100 meter dash, and a 21.19 in the 200 meter dash. These times are among the best in the nation for college football players.

http://u.milesplit.com/meets/106534/results/200178

http://hutchnews.com/jucodaily/hcc-sprinters

Even more impressive than his straight line speed is his ability to change direction, and make people miss in the open field.

If anyone doesn't have this guy as the #1 WR in the draft, and surely a top 15 pick, you're doing it wrong.

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I think everyone on here know the kid can FLY

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ill be honest i didnt know he was that fast

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Did you know his most recent times or his track numbers?

There's a lot more behind being fast than just looking fast in highlight reels lol.

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Chuck just knows everything.

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My favorite thing about him was his ability to make someone miss. Once he gets the ball, he's as close to unstoppable as I've seen in a while. He just struggles with route running and dropped balls. Still, he didn't drop half as many passes as Justin Hunter this year. Route running is somethign that can be taught.

He's going to be a star.

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4.21, 4.26 and 4.29.

:phew: Very impressive

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My favorite thing about him was his ability to make someone miss. Once he gets the ball, he's as close to unstoppable as I've seen in a while. He just struggles with route running and dropped balls. Still, he didn't drop half as many passes as Justin Hunter this year. Route running is somethign that can be taught.

He's going to be a star.

Thanks for your insight rockytop.

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Research his high school and city...and what sort of prospects have come out over the years for a relatively small city. Pretty good track record.

<<Go Trojans. The high school, not the ghey college out west.

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OK I AM ALL IN on PATTERSON at 14!! or would you want the second best G or 4th best DT...

He was a little raw..but Terrel Owens and Newton have that label their early years..RAW is the new AWESOME!

That change of direction with the size speed and acceleration makes him possibly better than Julio Jones.

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oh yeah i like patterson.

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Self reported 40 times are next to worthless, every year before the combine you get numerous guys saying they run these great times then fall well short of those marks at the combine. I do think he's fast though, if he can get his time under 4.4 at the combine I wouldn't be at all surprised and when it's all said and done I think he'll easily be a 1st round pick.

If we take Warmack or a DT in the 1st and Patterson is still there around 28 think we'll trade our 2nd and maybe next year's 2nd to move up and get him? I wouldn't mind it.

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