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Well...that would definitely explain his many, many, many, way too many drops. Just one more reason to stay away from him. Overrated, not deep threat running, pass dropping WR. We just got rid of Lafell. Do we really need his distant cousin?

Not gonna lie. I really have no clear choice as to which WR/WRs we take this year. But...it is fun ragging on Lee. What with all his take this stuff way to cereally fan boys and all.

 

You know how I know you either....

 

A: Have never watched Lee outside of highlights and lowlights cut ups or

B: Are a complete troll 

 

That's how. 

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DO NOT WANT.....another failed USC receiver. We aren't going back to Jarrett's.

 

 

I know where you are coming from but at some point we have to let it go. Lee at 28 makes this the time.

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Also highlight video not good for scouting, but jokes on you if you don't think this kid can get open deep.... 

 

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He probably peaked in High School. You either have the hands or you don't. Some of it may be concentration, which is still a red flag. Some of it may be QB play, or even to some extent injury. I just think that drops are a major concern.

The absurdity of this is just mind numbing.

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The absurdity of this is just mind numbing.

 

Especially when you realize just about every WR in this class has had "concentration" drops at one point or another....

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SEASON REC YDS AVG LNG TD

2013 57 791 13.9 80 4

2012 118 1721 14.6 83 14

2011 73 1143 15.7 59 11

He and Watkins were 1A and 1B when the season started pre-injury and the dude was a beast in 2012.....won the Biletnikoff and came in 4th for the Heismann. Last year he was playing through injuries that he never rested or allowed to heal. Not saying Lee is the best player in this draft, but if he's sitting there at 28, we need to run the envelope to the podium. Doubt he makes it to is, so this is a moot point...haha. Ever since that game with Stanford last year, I've been sold on him.

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Drops are easy to fix. All it takes is hard work, concentration, and good coaching. Easy peasy.

Lee has average speed, questionable hands, coming off injury, and would be a huge reach at 28. But let's not say anything bad about him. LOL.

Everyone has "Concentration" drops. Dropping 1 out of 8 passes isn't a lapse in concentration. It is a lack of it. LOL

Sorry that I want more from my WR than what Lee seems to bring. But hey. Keep them vids, welps, and derps coming. It has been lousy weather round here. I need something to keep my spirits up.

I do feel so special. That lil ol' me. Who has already claimed to know next to nothing about Lee. Can elicit this much attention form the Lee fanboys. Man, I love this place.

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How bout this, if you know next to nothing about Lee you probably shouldn't be trying to give a scouting report on him. Just a thought you know....

 

Oh and again, using 2013 stats only to illustrate your point shows just how clueless you truly are. 

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Yep. Saw that too, but I am making things up when I say that Cam is not particularly respected and certainly not liked amount the general NFL populace.

What?

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How bout this, if you know next to nothing about Lee you probably shouldn't be trying to give a scouting report on him. Just a thought you know....

 

Oh and again, using 2013 stats only to illustrate your point shows just how clueless you truly are. 

 

 

iirc you're a USC fan or familiar with the program. I never watch USC so I ask how does Lee stack up to previous WRs from USC or other players you've seen play

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iirc you're a USC fan or familiar with the program. I never watch USC so I ask how does Lee stack up to previous WRs from USC or other players you've seen play

 

Better than Woods as player imo. Miles better in terms of a worker and love for the game then DJ or KC. Doesn't have the god given ability (size mainly) that DJ had, but has the desire to be great and love for the game despite only playing for 5 yrs now. 

 

The thing with Lee is he's going to continue to get better. He's relatively new to the game of football, and he's still so young. So yes, he will get better catching the football, playing through press, learning to box out defenders on 50-50 balls etc. He's already an extremely polished route runner and despite what iamhubby says an explosive player capable of taking the top off a Defense. Great leaping ability, quickness, explosiveness off the line and vision in the open field. My biggest concerns for him would be learning how to be more physical against the press, and he's got a bit of all or nothing mentality that can bite him at times. Not worried about his hands tbh, because they weren't an issue in 2011 or 2012 which everyone seems to forget. Would be a steal at 28 imo. 

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