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What About Denard Robinson?


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He can't catch worth sh*t. HD and even Drew Davis are better choices than him. Heck, Kevin Cone is fast as sh*t, but the dude has brick hands. If we needed that, we'd just promote Cone up the depth chart.

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I read a report on CBSSports.com during the Senior Bowl week that coaches were surprised the Robinson did not look as fast on the field as he was advertised at Michigan.

umm.... who said that? he was coming off an injury. if we draft Denard, he will instantly be the fastest player on our team. Period.

As far as if we SHOULD draft him or not, I think he is definitely worth a 5th or 6th round pick. Unfortunately, I see Washington, SF, or another option team picking him up before that.

And for the record, what the Bama game showed was that Denard is not a passer. I couldve told you that before that game. He is absolutely going to be one of the quickest players in the league. I think his ideal position would be RB. Not an everydown back, but he ran for 100 yards+ in his first start ever at the position vs. Jadeveon Clowney and South Carolina. If any GM can stop viewing him as a WR and look at him as a RB, he could be a stud

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umm.... who said that? he was coming off an injury. if we draft Denard, he will instantly be the fastest player on our team. Period.

As far as if we SHOULD draft him or not, I think he is definitely worth a 5th or 6th round pick. Unfortunately, I see Washington, SF, or another option team picking him up before that.

And for the record, what the Bama game showed was that Denard is not a passer. I couldve told you that before that game. He is absolutely going to be one of the quickest players in the league. I think his ideal position would be RB. Not an everydown back, but he ran for 100 yards+ in his first start ever at the position vs. Jadeveon Clowney and South Carolina. If any GM can stop viewing him as a WR and look at him as a RB, he could be a stud

The report didn't give specific names of coaches or scouts in particular but said that he seemed slower than advertised and was basically really raw as a WR(which most people believe will be his position in the NFL) but has alot of athleticism and will be picked in the draft to be developed as a role player.

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