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#31 Rags

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Posted 02 April 2013 - 12:45 AM

To be honest? I like him more than Austin.

A bit stronger and runs better routes. Goes up and gets the ball and very physical.

I definitely feel like he's more than a slot guy. He's not going to be the flashy play maker Austin is but he's a very talented WR and I still see him making a ton of plays.

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Posted 02 April 2013 - 12:51 AM

Underrated WR. I like him in the 4th round.

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Posted 02 April 2013 - 12:51 AM

Here's a really good Highlight video of him I forgot how to embed videos oops.

I love how physical he is. He's like a Titus Young without being batshit crazy.

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Posted 02 April 2013 - 01:39 AM

Here's a really good Highlight video of him I forgot how to embed videos oops.

I love how physical he is. He's like a Titus Young without being batshit crazy.


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Posted 02 April 2013 - 02:02 AM

yep, like what i see :thumbsu:

trading back in the draft would be such a win win for us.

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Posted 02 April 2013 - 02:09 AM

yep, like what i see :thumbsu:

trading back in the draft would be such a win win for us.


I'm generally a fan of trade downs, especially if you're not enamored with the choices at your spot.

Iffy on whether that happens this year though, or if it should. Got a feeling there will be some pretty good players available at pick 14, players we can use.

If you do wanna trade down of course, ya gotta have somebody wanting to trade up. Sometimes that's the big catch.

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Posted 02 April 2013 - 02:20 AM

I'm generally a fan of trade downs, especially if you're not enamored with the choices at your spot.

Iffy on whether that happens this year though, or if it should. Got a feeling there will be some pretty good players available at pick 14, players we can use.

If you do wanna trade down of course, ya gotta have somebody wanting to trade up. Sometimes that's the big catch.

agreed and i fully understand.

I feel depth is more important atm. With the possibility of some legit playmakers still there at 14, someone might bite.

everything happens so fast in round one and who knows until then. im along for the ride and will prob change my mind a couple more times but as of now i see depth as a bigger need and I would like to see Gmaniac with a couple more picks in his pocket. :bbq:

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Posted 02 April 2013 - 02:26 AM

agreed and i fully understand.

I feel depth is more important atm. With the possibility of some legit playmakers still there at 14, someone might bite.

everything happens so fast in round one and who knows until then. im along for the ride and will prob change my mind a couple more times but as of now i see depth as a bigger need and I would like to see Gmaniac with a couple more picks in his pocket. :bbq:


Used to always wish we were one of those teams that stockpiled draft picks. I envy those teams.

Marty Hurney certainly loved to trade, but it was generally a straight swap of one kind or another. He didn't tend to go for extras.

Gettleman? Guess we'll see in three weeks.

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Posted 02 April 2013 - 02:31 AM




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Posted 02 April 2013 - 02:36 AM

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Could you be happy if we wound up with Bailey after Austin going ahead of our pick, or would you always put him in the "settled for the next best thing" category in your mind?

Or for that matter, how would you react if the Panthers did get a shot at Austin but passed on him for someone else and chose Bailey in a later round?

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Posted 02 April 2013 - 02:43 AM

Could you be happy if we wound up with Bailey after Austin going ahead of our pick, or would you always put him in the "settled for the next best thing" category in your mind?

Or for that matter, how would you react if the Panthers did get a shot at Austin but passed on him for someone else and chose Bailey in a later round?


I actually would like the Panthers to trade down to a late 1st round pick and a get a 3rd round pick. Austin's great and all but in the end he is just one player and the team needs more picks. Then I would want them to pick up Bailey.

Now if they dont trade down and have the option to take Austin I would be pissed but used to it as the Panthers never draft a WVU that I like.

Bailey to me will be a good Slot WR and is going to be a player. Alot of teams will be kicking themselves for passing on him the years to come.

One other player from WVU I would like to see the Panthers take is Josh Jenkins OG. Should go in round 5 or 6. Great size only issue is knees.

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Posted 02 April 2013 - 02:48 AM

I actually would like the Panthers to trade down to a late 1st round pick and a get a 3rd round pick. Austin's great and all but in the end he is just one player and the team needs more picks. Then I would want them to pick up Bailey.

Now if they dont trade down and have the option to take Austin I would be pissed but used to it as the Panthers never draft a WVU that I like.

Bailey to me will be a good Slot WR and is going to be a player. Alot of teams will be kicking themselves for passing on him the years to come.

One other player from WVU I would like to see the Panthers take is Josh Jenkins OG. Should go in round 5 or 6. Great size only issue is knees.


Okay, so now I gotta wonder what it is you dislike about Austin :unsure:

I know he's undersized, but others his size have been successful and he's looked durable so far. What's got you turned off on him as a Panther?

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Posted 02 April 2013 - 02:51 AM

you guys should know more than me, but does Geno always have enough time to bake a cake? with little big man and stedy running wild how could you not look good on that team. I will say he does have finesse.

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Posted 02 April 2013 - 02:54 AM

Okay, so now I gotta wonder what it is you dislike about Austin :unsure:

I know he's undersized, but others his size have been successful and he's looked durable so far. What's got you turned off on him as a Panther?



Size mainly he weights 174 at the end of the season. He should have gained some weight before the combine. To me he needs to add atleast 20 pounds on or he wont last long in the NFL. So would have liked to seen that. Also 14 imo is too high for the risk of him getting injured. If he didnt rise so quickly in the draft would have loved to seen the Panthers pick him up in the mid 20's.

Dont get me wrong think he will be a great player if he gets his weight up. If not he will be out of the league in 2 years. Rather the Panthers get a solid CB or DT at 14 that you know will be there for 4-5 years.

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Posted 02 April 2013 - 02:56 AM

you guys should know more than me, but does Geno always have enough time to bake a cake? with little big man and steady running wild how could you not look good on that team. I will say he does have finesse.



WVU offesive line is very underrated. But when they get beat or dont give him time Geno looks pedestrian.


Look at any Syracuse game and the Texas tech game for a good read on Geno.


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