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Better Know a Prospect - Jared Abbrederis

Mar 18 2014 08:27 AM Zod Carolina Panthers
The Panthers will almost certainly be looking for a wide receiver in the later rounds of the 2014 NFL Draft.

I hope they take a good long look at Jared Abbrederis out of Wisconsin. If he had to be compared to an NFL wide out, it would be none other than Panthers WR coach Ricky Proehl.

Like Proehl, Abbrederis doesn't have elite size or speed. This is why he is projected as a late 4th round prospect (Proehl was drafted in the third round). He measure in at 6'1 and 195lbs, just like Ricky.

But also like Proehl, Abbrederis brings all the intangibles to the table.

First of all, Abbrederis went from being a walk on to a number 1 receiver. Think about that. Walking onto a major football program and developing into a number 1 receiver while catching balls from guys like Russel Wilson. He leaves the Badgers as one of the most productive receivers in school history. That, my friends, is impressive.

He didn't do it by running faster than the other guys, but by running smarter. Abbrederis may be the smoothest route runner in the draft. His hands and field awareness are also second to none. Scouts use words like coachable and savvy when describing him.

The best shot this kid has in making an impact in the NFL is with the mentoring of Ricky Proehl. Lets hope he gets that chance.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1xHrHJ0EZEo

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Talked to him at the senior bowl so they must be interested

2:20 on the video... lol

I really like Abbrederis. He was always terrifying corners and making them look silly with nothing more than good old-fashioned route running. And his physical skills are underrated, he's got a lot of quickness even if he doesn't burn you. Made a ton of tough catches too.
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Do want...2:20 lol.

So my new Job is down in Atlanta. And everyone flys in from their home on Mondays. For me that's Raleigh. But for 6 or 7 people that sit around me its Madison.

They love and I mean LOVE this kid.

Of course they also think that Russel Wilson is a Badger QB so....

theres only 1 receiver they better be looking at in the late rounds

Brandon Colemon

2:20 on the video... lol

I raise you one... 1:45 lmbo!!!

 

Ricky would great for coaching this guy up. how fast is he?

He is as "ready to play" as anyone.  A technician.  I would take him in the middle of the draft and feel like I stole something.

If we can hit on several playmaking WRs in this draft...oh man look out.

theres only 1 receiver they better be looking at in the late rounds

Brandon Colemon

Having watched some Bridgewater highlights, I would add Devante Parker to that list.  I heard he was returning to school, then Strong leaves, and recently I saw his name in mock drafts.  I am guessing that he is in the draft. 

 

Parker (#9) seems to make all the catches.

 

Abbrederis, however, is a great possession WR who would benefit from Proehl's coaching.  He could be a very solid player.

 

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Jackofalltrades
Mar 18 2014 08:44 AM
I like Abbredaris, there was one game I watched where he was double and triple teams and kept making plays. The D knew he was getting the ball and couldn't stop him.

theres only 1 receiver they better be looking at in the late rounds

Brandon Colemon

 

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If we pick a tackle and receiver in round 1 and 2 I wouldn't be mad if we took him in round 3. He is underrated and his speed and athleticism is too.

Scouts get blinded by color when judging the legitimacy of a prospect.

We picked Cam and we got Luke because of this silly biased approach to the legitimacy of a prospect.

I think Jared is underrated because of the same biased scouting approach. I think he will be a very high end 2 when it is all said and done. That is definitely worth a 3rd round pick.
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SuperJTheGreat
Mar 18 2014 08:57 AM

If we pick a tackle and receiver in round 1 and 2 I wouldn't be mad if we took him in round 3. He is underrated and his speed and athleticism is too.

Scouts get blinded by color when judging the legitimacy of a prospect.

We picked Cam and we got Luke because of this silly biased approach to the legitimacy of a prospect.

I think Jared is underrated because of the same biased scouting approach. I think he will be a very high end 2 when it is all said and done. That is definitely worth a 3rd round pick.

Lol don't even start on color.

I watched him in the Capital One Bowl vs. South Carolina and he seemed to really just benefit from Wisconsin being able to run all over the Gamecocks.

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Herbert The Love Bug
Mar 18 2014 09:22 AM
If we left the draft with this dude and cooks or another top WR sprinkled in with olinemen and/secondary I will be thrilled

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2:20 on the video... lol

And the scrub under-threw him...

That's probably the 2nd thread I've seen about this guy. He must be worth some looking up.

Lol don't even start on color.



Lol I know I know.... Well he is still underrated. He looked fast at the combine to me. He definitely passes the eyeball test.

If we left the draft with this dude and cooks or another top WR sprinkled in with olinemen and/secondary I will be thrilled

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Me too!

I think our first 3 picks could be day 1 starters. That isn't ideal but that is the type of cap hell we are in.

theres only 1 receiver they better be looking at in the late rounds

Brandon Colemon

 

He is my 4th!

Looks promising! Thanks for posting these little teasers of good things to (possibly) come.
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Fuggin lets do it, anyone that can be where cam throws the ball, without tipping it and getting it intercepted is already better than lafell
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