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12 minutes ago, Pup McBarky said:

Good Lord, Tutu Atwell comes across the middle and some 210 lb safety literally obliterates him. He would just explode into nothingness.

Imagine him getting hit open field, full steam by a coked up prime Lawrence Taylor.

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16 minutes ago, Mr. Scot said:

Not a huge fan of them myself, but a couple of these receivers weigh less than some of my receiver teammates did in high school 😳

 

It is easy to poo on a 5'8" WR. Often times in the NFL you have to win the jump ball as a WR, so I hope he has a 43" vertical, otherwise he has some big shoes to fill in order to measure up to the other 5'9" WR I know.

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5'8" 149??? Good grief, how is he going to survive in the NFL?

Smith is definitely going to have to add some weight but at least he has the frame to do it. My comp for him has always been Marvin Harrison and he was listed at 6' 179. I think that'll be about Smith's ultimate NFL build.

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41 minutes ago, philit99 said:

It is easy to poo on a 5'8" WR. Often times in the NFL you have to win the jump ball as a WR, so I hope he has a 43" vertical, otherwise he has some big shoes to fill in order to measure up to the other 5'9" WR I know.

Height doesn't really bother me so much if a guy shows he can play.

Weighing less than the average high school baseball player does give me a little bit of pause.

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The Zaven Collins weight is worrisome IMO. He is a phenomenal upright player and plays well in space. But he is officially being looked at as a tweener at 270. Normally, a tweener would be because of the in-between of size, but in his case he IS the size of a DE but he PLAYS like a linebacker. Maybe looking at Anthony Barr as a model to follow is the best way to figure out who he can be.

Personally, I LOVE this kid as a player. I would love to draft him. But if the Panthers did take him, I would hope that they ask him to get down to 255 by training camp. His versatility is what makes him special and the heavier he is, the less versatile he becomes.

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