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WR Cody Latimer has a scheduled visit with the Panthers

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Philadelphia, Carolina, Oakland, St. Louis and the New York Giants are among the teams Latimer said he’s scheduled to visit before the draft.

Teams wanted to know: Could Latimer show top-end straight-line speed? A 4.38-second 40-yard dash answered that question.

“I think I put up some good numbers that caught scouts eyes,” Latimer said after IU’s pro day Wednesday. “That’s all I needed to do.”

 

http://www.indystar.com/story/sports/college/indiana/2014/03/26/cody-latimer-impresses-shines-at-iu-pro-day/6929299/

 

this guy had his pro day today, and really impressed scouts. huge target at 6'3 215 pounds and ran a 4.38 today. put up 23 reps on the bench at the combine, but did not run any routes because he is coming off foot surgery. this guy catches balls in traffic, and had a pretty good game vs Michigan St, and their press CBs(one is considered the #1 CB in the draft.) considered a 3rd round guy but all the draftniks see him moving up in the draft.would love to grab this guy.

 

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line in the first, this guy in the second? i'd be alright with it

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Yes!!!!

I saw Aaron Wilson's article earlier and he just mentioned he had visits scheduled with 5 teams but didn't say who. Would love to grab him in the 3rd if there still.

Great size, Strong hands, willing blocker, deceptive speed, high points the ball as well.

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oooh yes

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My favorite receiver in the draft. May have to get him in the 2nd round the way he ran today.

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We could get some very talented receivers well into the middle rounds this year.

 

 

 

But the typical Huddler will fume at us taking positions in the first few rounds where the talent drops off quicker. (Defense, not a WR)

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Going off of the visits we've heard so far, most of the receivers we've had for visits have been mid-late round guys

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Good production against good competition with great measurables and has shown marked improvement each and every year in college?  Checks in all the boxes. 

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Going off of the visits we've heard so far, most of the receivers we've had for visits have been mid-late round guys

 

Cooks and Matthews

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Underclassman from Indiana. Good looking WR.

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I can't bring myself to cheer for a Cody.

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