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Malik WIllis


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1 minute ago, janderson20vt said:

To all you guys who wanted him at 6...lol not even a first rounder

Was always too raw like anyone with a brain knew

Would love to get him day two. 

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It's just a shame that the armature scout world blew his prospect out of proportion. He'd be a fine pickup by most any team later in the draft. Now he will always be looked at in this light. 

I hope he's successful wherever he goes. 

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Yes.. He is a developmental project and shouldn't be valued that high.. 

He needs Atleast 1 or 2 years sitting and watching to be ready..

You don't take that in the 1st or 2nd round..

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2 minutes ago, WOW!! said:

Yes.. He is a developmental project and shouldn't be valued that high.. 

He needs Atleast 1 or 2 years sitting and watching to be ready..

You don't take that in the 1st or 2nd round..

The Niners traded a ton to get that at #3 overall last year.

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4 minutes ago, LinvilleGorge said:

The Niners traded a ton to get that at #3 overall last year.

No matter what you think Lance is way ahead of Malik.. 

He's bigger just as fast or faster with a more accurate arm...and North Dakota state play more of a NfL concept offense then Liberty...

He was a better and more ready prospect coming out..

And its literally just been proven..

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Just now, WOW!! said:

No matter what you think Lance is way ahead of Malik.. 

He's bigger just as fast or faster with a more accurate arm...and North Dakota state play more of a NfL concept offense then Liberty...

He was a better and more ready prospect coming out..

I'm not directly comparing the two, I'm just saying that a QB that fit the exact criteria of a guy who shouldn't be a 1st or 2nd round pick was targeted in a big trade up at #3 overall just last year.

For the record, I honestly don't want Willis.

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Malik is too small, and he doesn't have the top end speed. He's a lot closer to PJ Walker than you guys would like to admit. PJ is almost like a perfect NFL comparison for him. He's several stratospheres away from Russell Wilson's realm when it comes to passing, reading defenses, scrambling, timing, and football IQ. Malik just seems like a guy who can throw the football a long way but doesn't have any touch or finesse that is required in the NFL

 

I think Malik might be even worse at timing intermediate throws than Cam and Darnold, which is the absolute last thing we need and I will pull my eyes out if I have to see that much longer

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