Top WR Prospects of 2013 NFL Draft

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Top WR Available in 2013 NFL Draft?

  1. Justin Hunter

    4 vote(s)
    15.4%
  2. Keenan Allen

    21 vote(s)
    80.8%
  3. Robert Woods

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  4. Terrance Williams

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  5. Da'Rick Rodgers

    1 vote(s)
    3.8%
  1. AFCMiamiEast

    AFCMiamiEast A True Fan

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    I am hoping we trade down and get another 2nd with our 1st and pick in the 20-25 range. This isn't the greatest WR draft in recent memory, but it's beneficial to us that the DE and CB positions overshadow them. Due to this, I am looking for Justin Hunter to fall down to the 20-25th slots, while we trade down for him, obtaining an additional 2nd as well. If he does not fall to that range and we are not able to get another 2nd out of it, I'd go with the BPA available ONLY in regards to the DE, CB and WR positions. Scrapping that to the side, this is a WR thread and am asking...which WR would you feel would benefit the Fins and Tannehill the most coming out of the 2013 draft?
     
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    Keenan Allen. he is the most pro ready of the group IMO
     
  3. VDOGG77

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    deandre hopkins from Clemson
     
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    Patterson from Tennessee has the highest upside, higher than Allen. He's a raw route runner though.
     
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    Hopkins looked like a first round WR against LSU
     
  6. AFCMiamiEast

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    Do you have any facts to back that opinion up or are you just saying that?
     
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    I really would like to see Patterson in the 2nd round
     
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    Of that group? Keenan Allen. I'd take Hopkins over everyone else on that list though. I'd rather not take a WR at 12 since I'm hoping one of Moore, Werner, or Milliner slips to us. If not, then we would have to consider trading down.
     
  9. j-off-her-doll

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    This is the deepest WR group I can remember. You're going to see guys going in the 3rd and 4th rounds who are better than guys like S. Hill, who went early in the 2nd.
     
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    Fixed*
     
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    Assuming we don't pickup a wr in the draft my list goes as so.


    Keenan Allen - Cordell Patterson - Robert Woods- Deandre Hopkins - Tavon Austin- Stedman Bailey- Justin Hunter- Da Rick Rodgers- Ryan Swope
     
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    It depends who we sign as a free agent. If we get Jennings then Patterson, Wheaton, or Hopkins due to being better deep threats. If we get Wallace then Allen, Woods, Hunter.
     
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    No love from anyone for patton?
     
  14. AFCMiamiEast

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    That was my plan, in my post I said that I'd trade down to get Justin Hunter in the 20-25 slots and gain an additional 2nd to shop around with. I wouldn't draft any WR with our 12th pick, I'd go BPA at DE or CB if we stay at 12.
     
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    I vote "none of the above". You might think I am crazy, but I want Cordarelle Patterson out of Tennessee.
     
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    I would do flips if we're able to get him in the 2nd round. I'm really high on is kid, he's an absolute stud.
     
  17. Mogwai

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    It's a good plan and I'd do the same except I'd go with Hopkins instead of Hunter. Also the only corner I'd go for at 12 is Milliner, not Banks.
     
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    Cordarrelle Patterson ... Mark Duper 2.0?

    I really like Cordarrelle Patterson, his explosion, ability to set up his blocks and lateral quickness to generate RAC are phenomenal.

    Although he is shiftier but not as fast ... Patterson always reminds me of what Mark Duper might have been if he were 6'3 and 205lbs. Something about his body type, explosion, fluidity and even a little facial resemblance reminds me of Duper. And I must admit, when the back of my mind keeps reminding me we need a deep threat, and my eyes keep reminding me of a bigger Mark Duper ... I can't stop coveting Cordarrelle Patterson for Tannehill. Duper was a 2nd round pick I think. :d-day:
     
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    I've got to say I'm most intrigued by Cordarelle Patterson. I think he is perfectly suited for a WC, where he can take a short pass, make people miss and get some big gains. But it is a close call over his teammate Justin Hunter, who is the best in the class IMO going up and winning those one on one battles. Think Chris Chambers in a 6-4 body.
     
  20. ITS!MATEO

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    My pick is for sure Patterson. Too much potential to pass up.


    I honestly would be happy if we took him with our 1st pick. I say that because I think he blasts up the draft boards after the combine (4.4 guys with that size and agility are rare).

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    I like Hunter, but yeah do look at Chambers. At times he had the case of the drops, Hunter is the same way.
     
  21. justdev7

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    Agreed!!! I like hunter too but Allen seems like the obvious choice
     

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