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jetsc_logo.jpg "Marqise Lee met privately with high-level Jets personnel before and after his Pro Day Wednesday." - New York Daily News
 

 

Wish this was just a smokescreen

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Steven A. Smith and Skip are looking like idiots right now. I mean they are already idiots.

Dont even know who Khalil Mack is.

Regarding Kiper's mock 3.0 with Mack as no1 and passing on Clowney/Manziel.

Smith: "Some dude from Buffalo?" ......... "He could probably play."

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Kiper following Mayocks lead from a month ago when he said Mack was the best and toughest player in the draft.  Kiper only a month behind

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Steven A. Smith and Skip are looking like idiots right now. I mean they are already idiots.

Dont even know who Khalil Mack is.

Regarding Kiper's mock 3.0 with Mack as no1 and passing on Clowney/Manziel.

Smith: "Some dude from Buffalo?" ......... "He could probably play."

Lol. Those fools no nothing about football outside of Richard Sherman, Peyton Manning, and Colin Kaepernick.

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Steven A. Smith and Skip are looking like idiots right now. I mean they are already idiots.

Dont even know who Khalil Mack is.

Regarding Kiper's mock 3.0 with Mack as no1 and passing on Clowney/Manziel.

Smith: "Some dude from Buffalo?" ......... "He could probably play."

These two are absolute idiots 

 

I am not surprised at all.

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Keith McGill, CB (6-3 1/8, 213) — McGill — who was at the combine — ran the 40-yard dash in 4.54 seconds on both attempts. He had a 35 1/2-inch vertical jump and a 10-6 broad jump. McGill is probably going to get drafted toward the end of the second day of the draft, somewhere between pick Nos. 70-96 in the third round.

 

 

Kelvin Benjamin, WR (6-foot-5, 242 pounds) — Benjamin had a 33-inch vertical jump, a 4.50-second short shuttle, and then stood on the rest of his numbers from the NFL Scouting Combine. Benjamin had an impressive pro-day workout. He showed that he’s a very good route runner and caught the ball extremely well. I would imagine that this workout gives him an opportunity to be picked late in the first round of the 2014 NFL Draft.

 

Two guys who could help the Panthers showed well at their Pro Day.

 

Benjamin in particular, with the "good route runner" label added, could possibly shoot up boards now as his route running was to have been his achilles heel, is touted here.

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