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#3311413 Mock Draft ( speak on it)

Posted by PiratePanther189 on 03 April 2015 - 06:58 PM

I'm not going to claim to be a Breshad Perriman expert, but I'll say that I watch a lot of American Conference ball and I watched UCF play a lot in '14 and '12 ('13 I didn't watch much as we were in different conferences).


Perriman drops a lot of passes, and he drops passes that will really, really piss you off if you're a fan of his team. He drops easy passes. He can be an electric playmaker, and he is as quick in pads as his 40 time suggests. But he's not a receiver that has the intangibles down. He isn't a good run blocker, his routes aren't crisp. UCF used him to stretch the field, and because of that it allowed him to make quite a few big plays, but he isn't a reliable guy across the middle, and he's not a guy you can rely on to move the chains consistently.


I'm not saying he isn't worthy of playing pro football because I think he is going to make a really good #3 option someday, but his weaknesses make him unworthy of a 1st or 2nd round pick. He's the flavor of the week right now.

#3311261 Hardy's Panthers workout "went very well"

Posted by PiratePanther189 on 03 April 2015 - 04:07 PM

I'd go practice squad as well.  


It wouldn't surprise me, but like I said I really do anticipate he gets drafted..just because someone is bound to like him if they've got an extra or comp pick in the 5-7 rounds.


I also just want to add to everyone, don't count out Justin Hardy's partner in crime Cam Worthy either. Another guy with sure hands


There really are a lot of WR's in this draft, and if we don't take one on Day 1 people really shouldn't get their panties in a wad.

#3311161 Hardy's Panthers workout "went very well"

Posted by PiratePanther189 on 03 April 2015 - 02:41 PM

He's a crisp, fundamental route runner and a great blocker. And like I said, he catches everything. What he does well helps hide what he can't do well. He's not going to break away from you, he's not going to create a whole lot of seperation in the NFL, and he isn't going to break tackles.


What he will do is work his ass off, catch a bunch of first downs, and Moss some fugers in the end zone because he's got long arms and big hands. He's also terrific at adapting to high, low, poorly thrown balls in the air.


I've watched every snap he's been on the field in college, you get what you pay for with him.

#3311138 Hardy's Panthers workout "went very well"

Posted by PiratePanther189 on 03 April 2015 - 02:29 PM

By NFL standards, he's slow and he's short. But that son of a bitch catches everything thrown to him. And he will outwork any person you put next to him.


Watching that kid grow up from nothing has been motivating...and to the OP that said he doesn't like ECU I don't really know or care why - but it's walk ons turned stars like Hardy and Carden that make me love the place.

#3304297 Famous people you hate..

Posted by PiratePanther189 on 29 March 2015 - 01:48 PM

Mila kunis


the fug

#3304296 Gettleman; "Me and Greg Jennings sort of kicked the tires and discussed i...

Posted by PiratePanther189 on 29 March 2015 - 01:46 PM

The best part of this for me was reading that quote in Gettleman's accent in my head

#3296264 Jennings may be hinting in our direction

Posted by PiratePanther189 on 23 March 2015 - 05:47 PM


#3295775 Mr. Richardson did flex muscles regarding Hardy

Posted by PiratePanther189 on 23 March 2015 - 01:36 PM

I don't like distractions in business either. Sorry if it's unpopular, and I know Greg is a terrific talent. But I don't like people that interrupt my status quo in my business life either.


Regardless of a dismissal - the distraction created by the surroundings he made for himself are going to cause an old school NFL owner to get pissed.

#3290814 Dallas Sportscaster blasts Cowboys for signing Hardy

Posted by PiratePanther189 on 19 March 2015 - 11:26 AM

I really wish people had more knowledge and respect for our legal system.

#3290734 Would you be mad if gettleman chose Todd Gurley as our first round pick?

Posted by PiratePanther189 on 19 March 2015 - 10:48 AM

kugbila, barner, gaffney


Lotulelei, Short, Klein, Benjamin, Turner, Boston, Benwikere

#3290384 Steeler Doc Says CTE "Rare Phenomena"

Posted by PiratePanther189 on 18 March 2015 - 11:02 PM

He said that YOUTH football is safer than riding a bike or skateboarding, not 6'5 240 lb men coliding with each other at sub-4.4 speeds.


Read what he said.

#3284560 Charlotte's Superstar

Posted by PiratePanther189 on 14 March 2015 - 04:33 PM

His growth is very reminiscent of Gerald Wallace, but he's growing up a lot faster than GW did which means good things for the Hornets.

#3258532 Charlotte Gets an ESPN 300 Commit

Posted by PiratePanther189 on 01 March 2015 - 12:29 PM

Christian transferred from Georgia to Jacksonville State, brother Uriah transferred from Georgia to UNCC but not before being arrested for trying to cash stipend checks that had already been deposited.

#3238974 Notre Dame, Tennessee, UNC among the 8 teams with most returning starters for...

Posted by PiratePanther189 on 11 February 2015 - 07:44 PM

The last paragraph isn't accurate. This is his first year without sanctions. He has at least this year and next.


I'm about 90% sure they've still got some scholarship restrictions this upcoming season as well. But the pressure definitely comes off a little bit, but I think they're still working with less than 85 schollys


UNC is definitely stacked offensively for sure, but recruiting for a 4-2-5 defense for 3 1/2 years and then transitioning to a 4-3 is going to be tough. They also lack experienced scholarship players on defense as well because the majority of the scholarships they've given out these past few years under Fedora have been on offense. I can see UNC getting to a bowl game next year, but I predict that their games are still going to be pretty high scoring and Gene is going to have some headaches on D.


The offense is definitely potent though

#3224329 Non Hornets related. .

Posted by PiratePanther189 on 30 January 2015 - 03:59 PM

I might be wrong but I think it was a pick that turned into Marc not his draft rights..


Nah he's right. The Lakers picked him in 07 and traded his rights at the trade deadline of 08. If I remember right that was the only reason the Griz even considered the trade they really wanted Marc