Cordarrelle Patterson: Wicked Moves!

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  1. CRIOS

    CRIOS PERFECT PHINS '72 Finheaven VIP Donator

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    Which team is projected to select Cordarrelle Patterson in the draft?

    If this guy makes such sick moves (see video) in the next level, and as a Dolphin, we will make some noise next year.

    [video=youtube;RjxkQXlCAfE]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RjxkQXlCAfE[/video]
     
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  2. PolitePolite

    PolitePolite Well-Known Member

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    He needs to be our pick if he is there. Kid is legit.
     
  3. Digital

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    Heh, welcome onto the bandwagon. There's always room for one more. To answer your question its fluid, but we are one of several teams often mocked to select him. Other often mocked teams are the Bills and Jets ahead of us, and the Rams and Vikings behind us. I also know his hometownish Carolina Panthers are rumored to like him.

    Currently he is working out in Florida ahead of the draft.
     
  4. KTOWNFINFAN

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    Can you imagine him and Wallace as our two starting WRers next year?? That would be nice. Even if we sign a big time WR we still need to draft this guy. I would rather have Patterson and Wallace than Wallace and Jennings.
     
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    I was scared to see the video of "suck sick moves"
     
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    He's fast as hell and he's a playmaker but he's not that great of a WR. Not saying he couldn't develop into one but he reminds me of devin Hester.
     
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    Me too. No question
     
  8. CRIOS

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    Ha. I did not see my typo. Funny. I just edited the word. Thanks.
     
  9. PhishyPhishy

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    His quickness and vision is something to behold. However, that does not make him a first round wide out and I just don't see this being the pick at 12.
     
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    Good field position (after run back) will be very good with this guy as the special teams return guy. Guaranteed.
     
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    He has great vision but unless you're Barry Sanders its hard to run around like that in the NFL
     
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    If he can do the same moves in the next level as in Tennessee; who is certain if he can or cannot, what a stud he would be in the NFL.
     
  13. illscriptures

    illscriptures We need better LB's

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    There is no way we draft this guy. He looks like he is the real deal and the perfect WR for a west coast offense. There is no way Jeff Ireland picks him... he'll probably call his mom a hooker if history decides to repeat itself.
     
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    too funny. people try so hard.
     
  15. illscriptures

    illscriptures We need better LB's

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    It's hard to run like that at the college level too. It is easier at the college level but this guy is on another level himself... he makes Alabama look like a highschool team on one play.
     
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    illscriptures We need better LB's

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    This guy and Greg Jennings could be our Roddy White and Julio Jones.
     
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    His combine interview was interesting. He had no regrets about half assing his way thru school and talked about giving up until his mother told him to stick with it. I may be reading to much into it but the interview didnt sit well with me and Im not sure Ireland wants that type of person on the team.
     

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