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I'm afraid he won't be there though. Someone will take a gamble on him early.

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hog mollies and touchdown scorers.  

 

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he has been getting a TON of hype lately..i think he has hyped himself out of our draft pick. its all good just more WRs for us. 

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IMO he looks like a better prospect than Tavon Austin did

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I think he will be the pick.  Size and durability will scare too many teams

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I would be happy with the pick, just doubt that he will be there when it's our turn though.

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Idk whether I like him or KB more.

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he'll be gone long before panthers pick, i was never a fan....... but warmed up after numerous positive reports. still question his ability to play outside WR and austin did him no favors with his play. many of the same things said about cooks, where said about austin. besides one game, austin play was terrible.

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size and durability are major concerns. 

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