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Fsu's Kelvin Benjamin on the back end of the 1st?

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micnificent28    583

Ok so without trading up sammy is gone so is usc's wr. That said if we don't go te were running out of smitty replacements. Benjamin hasn't been getting a lot of hype but what an athletic freak. 6'5 240 who moves like a reciver. He is a bit raw but his potential is unlimited. Think cam at wr coming out of the draft. What say you?

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micnificent28    583

See him projected in the 3rd....but it is early.

I seriously dout he goes in the 3rd. I don't even think he would declare I'd he was projected that far down.

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Camsfanclub    201

If sammy isn't the number one reciver in this class tell me who is?

Do you really want someone who is going to be an off the field problem and under perform in big games?

 

I would put Lee, Mike Evans, and Jordan Matthews before Sammy Dropkins.

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micnificent28    583

Do you really want someone who is going to be an off the field problem and under perform in big games?

I would put Lee, Mike Evans, and Jordan Matthews before Sammy Dropkins.

@nfldraftscoutFor all the talent in the WR class, I feel Sammy Watkins is an elite

player. AJ Green-level prospect. #Clemson

from today. Do I want that? Yes.

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*FreeFua*    7,036

If Moncrief and Robinson are gone when we pick in the first, I definitely wouldn't be mad if the pick was Benjamin. Kid is only getting better. And I want a WR so bad.

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Camsfanclub    201

@nfldraftscoutFor all the talent in the WR class, I feel Sammy Watkins is an elite

player. AJ Green-level prospect. #Clemson

from today. Do I want that? Yes.

Elite is a word thats thrown around a lot these days. I just dont think he is good enough to produce on a consistent basis at the next level. I am a SC fan so obviously there is bias there, but that also means i got to watch him a lot when he went up against good SEC teams. He made some sensational plays no doubt, but then he would drop an easy throw or disappear like he did last year. Do not let the hype fool you, he is not AJ Green.

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DaCityKats    1,262

Sammy Watkins is the best WR in this draft, and he runs very consistent routes. i really dont understand why you say his route running is bad, when it is probably one of the best in college football.

 

with that being said, KB is slowly becoming my favorite WR prospect this year. i would not object to taking him in the 1st round because im starting to see he maybe a 1st rounder( having a similar rise as Cordarrelle Patterson did last year) size, speed, athleticism, hands, and attacks the ball like a power forward.he is 6'5 234 pounds, and runs a 4.5. he is a match up nightmare for any DB. here are some recent blurbs on him

 

Duke coach David Cutcliffe called Florida State redshirt sophomore WR Kelvin Benjamin "a monster."

"They're all good," Cutcliffe said of FSU's receivers. "They've got size and speed. They've got quickness. All of them catch the ball extremely well." Of all the matchup problems on the outside facing the Blue Devils against the Semionoles in Saturday's ACC championship, Cutcliffe is particularly concerned about Benjamin. "We don't have anybody that can line up and match up physically with Benjamin," he said. "He's just a monster, and with great skills." Benjamin has seven TD catches in his past four games. We expect him to declare for May's draft.

Florida State redshirt sophomore WR Kelvin Benjamin was ranked by NFL.com's Daniel Jeremiah as the player who improved his stock the most this past weekend.

Benjamin caught nine passes for 212 yards and three touchdowns in Saturday's 37-7 demolition of Florida. "His combination of size and athleticism is rare, but I was most impressed with his ball skills on Saturday," Jeremiah wrote. "He made several impressive adjustments to corral the deep ball." Although Benjamin is criminally under-discussed, we think there is a good chance he bolts for the draft after this season. Benjamin, who turns 23 in February, dominates at the catch point, a vital skill at the next level.

http://www.rotoworld.com/playernews/cfb/nfl-draft

 

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