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Keenan Allen to work out with panthers April 9

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This guy had a shitty QB his entire college career and still balled. You naysayers keep talkin him down. He is better than you think

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Undersized?

He's got good size, good speed, good hands, good understanding of the game.

I'd say he's undeniably the most complete wideout in the class and has a skillset that's better suited to NFL play rather than college ball-which is more than some other notable receiving prospects in this years draft can say.

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He's a second round talent (perhaps third with his recent knee injury) but I prefer Rogers.

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If he's healthy and has a solid workout on April 9th, I would take him at 14 and not look back. We can go DL in the 2nd, especially considering the depth at that position.

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I like Hopkins better than him..or consider them similar prospects. Austin and Patterson offer the wow factor and justin Hunter probally comes in third in wow with 6'5 and 4.3 speed with good hands.

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Allen at 14th?! Good luck with that one. His stock has dropped since he skipped out on the combine and on pro day. I don't see him being taken in the first round at all.

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Undersized?

He's got good size, good speed, good hands, good understanding of the game.

I'd say he's undeniably the most complete wideout in the class and has a skillset that's better suited to NFL play rather than college ball-which is more than some other notable receiving prospects in this years draft can say.

agreed.

i wouldn't call him dynamic, but i would call him one of the most reliable and solid and even safe WRs in the draft this year. might even consider it a safe kuechly type draft pick. not entirely sexy, but solid nonetheless.

if the guy has the ricky proehl stamp of approval, that might carry some weight.

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I'm most interested in seeing him in our offense. Cal asked him to be something he wasn't. You rarely see him go down the field, instead you see a lot of dink and dunk passes (whether that was systemic or a crutch for their atrocious QB play I couldn't tell you) and make crazy YAC type plays and that's just not the type of receiver he is.

Our offense would allow him to use his size and speed to get down the field and make big catches with those great hands on big plays. He'd be a great fit here.

agreed.

i wouldn't call him dynamic, but i would call him one of the most reliable and solid and even safe WRs in the draft this year. might even consider it a safe kuechly type draft pick. not entirely sexy, but solid nonetheless.

if the guy has the ricky proehl stamp of approval, that might carry some weight.

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I'd prefer a combo like:

14: Warmack/Cooper

44: Rogers/Hunter/Patton

or

14: Austin

44: Warford

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