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MadHatter    9,501

I really think Jared Abbrederis will still be available in the mid rounds for several reasons.

*Injury history. While i don't think it's anything to be scared about, it will undoubtedly scare some gm's away. He's even pulled out of the senior bowl because of injury.

*Also the amount of wr's coming out. Nearly 20 underclassmen, not to mention the seniors

If we could go

1. Wr

2. Ot

3. Cb

And still get him in the 4th or 5th it'd be a coup. I would literally pass out from unbridled joy

I think he will go higher than 4-5 round. I think he will be gone by the 3rd round.

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The Jean-Baptiste guy looked pretty good. His size and range are intriguing for a corner.

I think he could flourish here. His speed and agility are average, but he's very physical. Scouts are comparing him to Sherman but he could be next Chancellor.

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Proudiddy    9,510

I think he could flourish here. His speed and agility are average, but he's very physical. Scouts are comparing him to Sherman but he could be next Chancellor.

Yeah, I try not to get too worked up when a big guy with skills is spotted at the corner position, especiallyat the pre-draft bowls because I know Sherman is going to be the go-to comparison. If we all want to get in our time machine, Josh Norman was that same guy two years ago at the Senior Bowl IIRC.

But, he showed a lot more closing speed and ability to close on the ball than I expected.

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Jackofalltrades    9,325

Perhaps Victor Cruz 2.0 with a higher ceiling (literally and figuratively)? I'm asking.

I think that's a fair comparison, maybe not quite that dynamic. I'd probably say a more consistent Dwayne Bowe.

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