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Tavon Austin = Percy Harvin

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plays wit a lil chip and fire too coming from B-More i like this guy at 14

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Joe Adams?

Haven't seen enough to say i would pass on Austin.....

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I look at him as a slot receiver version of Darren Sproles

Tough pick. I understand both sides of getting a receiver receiver or Tavon a person that just makes plays

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Allen is too slow for me. Just look at him run

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I admittedly haven't watched much of Austin but his vision and ability cut is lethal in space and he makes so many people miss. If he can run crisp clean routes and get separation in the passing game and give us a new wrinkle in the running game and Sproles like production catching out of the backfield and in the slot then he would not be a bad option at 14 but it really depends who is on the board.

One question, would the drafting of Tavon make DeAngelo expendable? I feel like adding him to our roster would boost both our run and passing game and give defenses another thing to game plan for. I remember Rivera a season or two ago saying he wanted a scat-back Sproles time player and Austin could be that guy.

Personally I want a big deep threat receiver like Patterson or someone in the second but Austin could fly up draft charts in the next couple months.

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