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DeAndre Hopkins

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In my opinion, I really like Hopkins (Gamecock fan too). i think he is one of the best "ready to play" WRs in the draft, but his upside is not as high as a Patterson. Not sure he can be a true #1, but that is hard to gauge.

The Dwan Edwards pick was huge to me because it meant that we do not have to take a DT in the first round. It also means that a team below us who does need a DT might be trade bait. I see SF as a team who might be willing to deal. Hopkins will probably be there at 31.

I rank the WRs like this:

1. Coradelle Patterson (Raw)

2. Tavon Austin (who wants a 175 lb. slot WR at 14? not me)

3. DeAndre Hopkins

4. Keenan Allen

5. R. Woods (funny, not many talking about him,but Barkley's bad season should not overshadow his talent)

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I think at the very least. you are getting a dominant number 2 WR in Hopkins.

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