Whos the Chris Chambers of this years draft?

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A question for some of you who really follow the draft...who would be this years equivelant of Chris Chambers..ie. the really talented WR who didnt post huge numbers in college because he was on a Run oriented team. IMO Chambers had first round talent..and we see he might possibly be a budding superstar..so..who fits that bill in this years draft?
 

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Troy Williamson has the potential to be better than any of the 2 top WRs, Mark Clayton had a poor QB all his carrer, Jerome Mathis comes from a small school and its a burner, Courtney Roby has it all to become a freak with his speed Mark Bradley has the problem than Mark Clayton and so as Brandon Jones all of Okla. WRs where amazing, and Isaac West could be top sleeper WR prospect in the Draft.
 

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Joey 22 said:
Troy Williamson has the potential to be better than any of the 2 top WRs, Mark Clayton had a poor QB all his carrer, Jerome Mathis comes from a small school and its a burner, Courtney Roby has it all to become a freak with his speed Mark Bradley has the problem than Mark Clayton and so as Brandon Jones all of Okla. WRs where amazing, and Isaac West could be top sleeper WR prospect in the Draft.
Claytons QB did win the Heisman, I dont think he was exactly bad. He wont be a good pro, but he was a really good college QB.
 

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Definitely Troy Williamson.

Scary thing is, he's probably a little more athletic than Chambers was coming out of college.
 

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He was a warrior a winner, a leader but not a QB he barely threw for 200 yds on his good games, and early on his carreer he would simply pull out on his athleticism which he lost due to injurys.
 

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Terrance Murphy.

Slightly undersized. Has the potential, but is an underachiever.

btw, Mark Clayton will be a much better wide reciever than Chambers ever will.
 

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vt_dolfan said:
A question for some of you who really follow the draft...who would be this years equivelant of Chris Chambers..ie. the really talented WR who didnt post huge numbers in college because he was on a Run oriented team. IMO Chambers had first round talent..and we see he might possibly be a budding superstar..so..who fits that bill in this years draft?
The chambers of this draft is Fred Gibson
 

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Dudes anyways Chambers wasnt all that much a sleeper he was picked in the second, you can find Chris Henry and other much more gifted receivers than what Chambers was coming out of college right there at the second Rd.
 

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They aren't the same physically but as far as low key numbers etcc etcc...even though he went to FSU Thorpe is flying low on most radars.
 

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Chris Henry
Hey ...glad to see someone give Henry some props...the guy has great ability...but Im concerned about his attitude. As a WVU fan....he kinda cost us down the stretch last year because of his antics. The guy is very good though. Saw him outplay Larry Fitzgerald against Pitt.
 

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Buddwalk said:
Chris Henry is like randy moss in so many ways...the guys a cry baby but when he plays boy does he
Yeah, he would probably be a Top-10 pick if he didnt have charcter issues too.:shakeno:
 

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Joey 22 said:
He was a warrior a winner, a leader but not a QB he barely threw for 200 yds on his good games, and early on his carreer he would simply pull out on his athleticism which he lost due to injurys.
Uh..he averaged 246 a game. Not bad when you have a 1,800 yards freshman RB. That was his senior year.

http://www.sportsline.com/collegefootball/players/playerpage/423502

274 yards a game his Junior year. Yeah, that's terrible!:shakeno:

http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/football/ncaa/stats/team/2003/oklahoma.html

And and 75 TD's compared to 19 INT's those 2 years combined
 

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Well if you consider all his WRs are higly touted its very plausible that they were responsible for him getting the Heisman and most of his stats.
 
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