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carolina-chuck

Just a question for the huddlers.

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We all should base how well a person will be in the pro off their college career.

So what kind of strategy should scouting execs use to evaluate draft prospects, since, you know, that's exactly how they evaluate draft prospects for the most part?

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Shut up

Great answer

So, Chuck, tell us about this genius strategy that NFL execs have not touched on, causing them to miss on oh so many potential pro-bowlers from small schools?

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So what kind of strategy should scouting execs use to evaluate draft prospects, since, you know, that's exactly how they evaluate draft prospects for the most part?

I forgot that Kaepernick who couldn't touch 50% completion in college just completed 76% of his passes vs a very good Atl D in the NFC CONFERENCE GAME.

And I'm not the one to ask for advise on evaluating talents. That's BWOOD. Ask him, he's very good.

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Chuck why isn't Ramses Barden successful in the NFL?

could it possibly be the level of competition he met at the pro level was nothing like he'd ever could imagine while he was catching 18 touchdown passes against teams like Weber State?

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Great answer

So, Chuck, tell us about this genius strategy that NFL execs have not touched on, causing them to miss on oh so many potential pro-bowlers from small schools?

I never once said all great players come from small schools. LMFAO you're such an idiot. I don't want to call you that but you're forcing me to.

Man o man. Youre very bad at this.

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I forgot that Kaepernick who couldn't touch 50% completion in college just completed 76% of his passes vs a very good Atl D in the NFC CONFERENCE GAME.

And I'm not the one to ask for advise on evaluating talents. That's BWOOD. Ask him, he's very good.

Chuck does it help that he's being tutored by Jim Harbaugh, the same guy that developed Andrew Luck and made Alex Smith for the first time in his pro career not look like a retard on a football field?

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I never once said all great players come from small schools. LMFAO you're such an idiot. I don't want to call you that but you're forcing me to.

Man o man. Youre very bad at this.

Chuck, just how long will the point I'm making sail over your head?

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Chuck why isn't Ramses Barden successful in the NFL?

could it possibly be the level of competition he met at the pro level was nothing like he'd ever could imagine while he was catching 18 touchdown passes against teams like Weber State?

Tell me how Kaep, Romo, McNair, Big Ben, Jahri Evans, Brian Waters, Brandon Marshall, Driver, Roddy White, T.O. VJax, Jennings, Fred Jackson, Cortland, Grimes, Robert Mathis, Jared Allen, Urlacher, London and etc are some of the best players in the NFL from "small schools" and weak level of competition.

Man ur bad. Please shut up. That's as nice as I can really say

just how long will the point I'm making sail over your head? and for you, your point is omfg damn badd

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Well, for starters, they're coached by mentors who know how to utilize their talents to the best of their abilities

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Well, for starters, they're coached by mentors who know how to utilize their talents to the best of their abilities

Lol stfu

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nothing I said was prohibitive of coming from a small school and being successful. But these guys are generally more raw coming out of school than say, guys on BCS ranked teams. Plus, none of those programs routinely pump out starting players in this league. Cam Newton put up a better and more successful performance in one year at Auburn than Colin Kaepernick could muster in four years at Nevada and against tougher competition...why? Cam had the benefit of being in a superior offensive system. We're seeing the inverse happen at the pro level. Colin simply plays in a better offensive system than Carolina provides.

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Going back to the 2011 Draft, would you have taken:

A. Cam as the no.1 pick

B. Trade the no.1 pick and add a 2nd rd. Draft AJ Green in the 1st and Kaepernick in the 2nd

I missed the quote button again, free pie for you!

Well, Kap was my choice for the 2011 draft.

I was not a Cam big fan but i still like him and i am sure he can lead this team to the superbowl.

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