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Give me Tavon Austin at 14

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Patterson 4.37.

That, plus the fact that he's 5 inches taller than Austin makes him far more appealing at 14.

Justin Hunter 4.41 speed 6'4 with big hands. Then you add in he is a more polished WR and we can get him in the 2nd round.

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Official Times:

Austin: 4.34

Patterson: 4.42

Goodwin: 4.27 (Fastest Time)

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He did not run a 4.25. Not sure where you got that. He still ran fast but being fast doesn't make you a #14 overall pick. We'll let the Raiders take him.

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Justin Hunter 4.41 speed 6'4 with big hands. Then you add in he is a more polished WR and we can get him in the 2nd round.

How do you know we could get him in the second? He is widely considered a top 2 WR in the draft.

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I know him personally too went to school with him. It'll be crazy he'll land on my fav team and it's not the Ravens like everybody else in this town

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He did not run a 4.25. Not sure where you got that. He still ran fast but being fast doesn't make you a #14 overall pick. We'll let the Raiders take him.

His "unofficial" time was 4.25

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Oh wow this WR hype again..I remember in 2010 when everyone was on the Mardy Gilyard bandwagon...

Some nincompoops were on his bandwagon, not "everyone".

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This happens each year.

Look, let's draft the fast guy.

Cam can't throw to him while on his back. Trenches this year, trenches

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tavon ran a 4.3....if they want a slot ...i would not mind it.....really want a deep threat though.

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