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    Quote Originally Posted by johnnyi View Post
    I listened to Aaron Glenn on the NFL Network yesterday. In his position as defensive back coach, he is heavily involved in the NFL Draft. He said that the NFL just provided the guidelines to the teams for the number of player interviews allowed. This year they are allowed to have 8 full interviews and 25 touch bases to gauge interest. The 8 longer interviews have a maximum time limit of 18 minutes this year. This is changed from last year in which they were allowed 12 interviews for 15 minutes.

    If you were the Jets and are only allowed to fully interview 8 players for 18 minutes each, who would they be? Would they all be players you'd take at #11?
    Jeudy
    Lamb
    Becton
    Wills
    Thomas
    Chaisson
    Epenesa
    Ruggs or Higgins (trade back option)
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    Quote Originally Posted by MrX27 View Post
    Jeudy
    Lamb
    Becton
    Wills
    Thomas
    Chaisson
    Epenesa
    Ruggs or Higgins (trade back option)
    Nice list - Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnnyi View Post
    Nice list - Thanks.
    Id pick a couple prospects from each round

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    I think Wirfs will be interviewed at the Combine.


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    WRs will officially test on Thursday at the combine.

    Here are the official measurements for the top WRs weve been discussing:

    Lamb: 62 198 lbs (25.7 BMI), 32 1/4 arms, 9 1/4 hands
    Jeudy: 61 193 lbs (25.5 BMI), 32 1/8 arms, 9 1/2 hands
    Raegor: 511 206 lbs (29.0 BMI), 31 3/8 arms, 9 1/2 hands
    Higgins: 64 216 lbs (26.6 BMI), 34 1/8 arms, 9 1/4 hands
    Shenault: 61 227 lbs (30.3 BMI), 31 7/8 arms, 9 hands
    Ruggs: 511 188 lbs (26.2 BMI), 30 1/2 arms, 10 1/8 hands

    Other WRs listed here:

    http://www.milehighreport.com/platfo...wide-receivers

    Lamb and Jeudy are both undersized. Jets met with both receivers today.

    Raegor is a monster. He predicts hell run in the 4.2s, low 4.3s on Thursday.

    Higgins has an enormous catch radius.

    Shenault is shorter than advertised (slightly under 61) but is huge like AJ Brown. Catch radius isnt great though. He will run the 40 but wont participate in other drills due to injury.

    Ruggs is 1 inch shorter but about what we expected weight-wise which is actually good for his BMI. His hands are enormous which probably explains why hes able to catch away from his body well.

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    One of my favorite sleepers in this draft is Bryan Edwards who has a broken foot and will miss 8-12 weeks. So he wont participate in the combine or pro day. I think he definitely slips to Day 3 and will be an absolute steal there.

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    Of course the Jets met with both Jeudy and Lamb, they are the consensus best WRs in the draft.
    And it's a major team need.
    Gotta do the due diligence.

    Jeudy is a natural WR1, and Lamb may have a higher ceiling but not quite as refined yet.

    Speed though does not make monsters, otherwise Robbie Anderson and Stephen Hill would be WR1s.
    And John Ross would be HoF bound already.

    Reagor is a fast WR, no surprise there and he'll be a good compliment WR for some team.
    He should be happy to go #27, 30 or 31.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MrX27 View Post
    Of course the Jets met with both Jeudy and Lamb, they are the consensus best WRs in the draft.
    And it's a major team need.
    Gotta do the due diligence.

    Jeudy is a natural WR1, and Lamb may have a higher ceiling but not quite as refined yet.

    Speed though does not make monsters, otherwise Robbie Anderson and Stephen Hill would be WR1s.
    And John Ross would be HoF bound already.

    Reagor is a fast WR, no surprise there and he'll be a good compliment WR for some team.
    He should be happy to go #27, 30 or 31.
    Yes its not surprising, just wanted to point that out.

    Reagor is built like a tank listed just under 511 and 206 lbs similar to Deebo Samuel. If he runs a 4.3 or lower at that weight, thats very impressive to go with the rest of his game. Deebo ran a 4.48.

    Reagor will have a better career than Jeudy. Hes simply more talented and will be more durable. Other than route-running, Im not sure what Jeudy is better than Reagor in. And Reagors routes are good. Jeudy should have a fine career in space working in the slot like he did in Alabama.

    Ruggs is the fast WR of this class and actually has an identical body to John Ross, but he will be better than Ross. Hes much younger than Ross was when he came out and hes a more complete WR.
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    Quote Originally Posted by YoungStuna View Post
    Yes its not surprising, just wanted to point that out.

    Reagor is built like a tank listed just under 511 and 206 lbs similar to Deebo Samuel. If he runs a 4.3 or lower at that weight, thats very impressive to go with the rest of his game. Deebo ran a 4.48.

    Reagor will have a better career than Jeudy. Hes simply more talented and will be more durable. Other than route-running, Im not sure what Jeudy is better than Reagor in. And Reagors routes are good. Jeudy should have a fine career in space working in the slot like he did in Alabama.

    Ruggs is the fast WR of this class and actually has an identical body to John Ross, but he will be better than Ross. Hes much younger than Ross was when he came out and hes a more complete WR.
    Reagor is not a route runner, he uses his speed to create separation.
    He talented but, there's a reason he is not talked about as being on the same skill level as Jeudy and Lamb, that's because he's a good WR2.

    Just like Deebo, Reagor will need someone to play off of to succeed, unlike Jeudy and Lamb that can create on their own.

    That's why they are the top 2 prospects.

    Ruggs and Higgins are very interesting, and Ruggs could be special. Higgins can struggle with separation at times and many are unsure of his deep speed.
    Of the top WRs, thecombines will be most important to him.

    LSU Jefferson intrigues as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MrX27 View Post
    Reagor is not a route runner, he uses his speed to create separation.
    He talented but, there's a reason he is not talked about as being on the same skill level as Jeudy and Lamb, that's because he's a good WR2.

    Just like Deebo, Reagor will need someone to play off of to succeed, unlike Jeudy and Lamb that can create on their own.

    That's why they are the top 2 prospects.

    Ruggs and Higgins are very interesting, and Ruggs could be special. Higgins can struggle with separation at times and many are unsure of his deep speed.
    Of the top WRs, thecombines will be most important to him.

    LSU Jefferson intrigues as well.
    Hes much more than just a speed guy. Hed still be an NFL WR with 4.5 speed. The reason why is because of his production in 2019 wasnt nearly as good as 2018. Thats because of awful QB play and improper usage. Jeudy cant touch Reagor on contested catches which makes the latter a much better red zone target.

    Very interested to see what Higgins runs. Sub 4.5 would be HUGE for him, but 4.5 would be just fine.

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    Pretty much all the analysts on ESPN today from the combine have been echoing what Ive been saying all along.. That this is one of the deepest WR classes in recent memory and that it will produce a lot of high end talent at that position..

    McShay has 20 receivers that he has a top 3 round grade on. I really hope we use either pick 48 or pick 68 on a WR and solidify the O line in round 1. I dont see much separation between Jeudy/Lamb and the rest of them to warrant not waiting it out..

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    Quote Originally Posted by YoungStuna View Post
    Hes much more than just a speed guy. Hed still be an NFL WR with 4.5 speed. The reason why is because of his production in 2019 wasnt nearly as good as 2018. Thats because of awful QB play and improper usage. Jeudy cant touch Reagor on contested catches which makes the latter a much better red zone target.

    Very interested to see what Higgins runs. Sub 4.5 would be HUGE for him, but 4.5 would be just fine.
    Jeudy gets separation based on his far superior route running.
    And if not for his speed Reagor would be a top day 3 pick.

    In the red zone, I'd easily take Jeudy over Reagor.
    BUT being a compliment WR, Reagor is less likely to attract the attention Jeudy would, so that may work to his favor.

    Higgins at 4.5 is good, but he could be a 4.55-4.6 guy.
    That's not bad at all, but not as good as hoped for either.
    Still should be a 1st rounder but may open the door for another WR to move up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrX27 View Post
    Jeudy gets separation based on his far superior route running.
    And if not for his speed Reagor would be a top day 3 pick.

    In the red zone, I'd easily take Jeudy over Reagor.
    BUT being a compliment WR, Reagor is less likely to attract the attention Jeudy would, so that may work to his favor.

    Higgins at 4.5 is good, but he could be a 4.55-4.6 guy.
    That's not bad at all, but not as good as hoped for either.
    Still should be a 1st rounder but may open the door for another WR to move up.
    Jeudy gets separation because he faces off against college slot corners and linebackers/safeties in the slot on a regular basis with talent all around him.

    What makes Reagor a compliment WR? His height? Jeudy doesnt do anything better in the red zone. His route running is mitigated by lack of space. Hes not a natural hands catcher and he gets out-muscled in a crowd. Reagor is a hands catcher and catches the ball at the highest point. Jeudy knows he cant survive playing above the rim with his build.

    I really doubt Higgins runs a 4.6. Hed probably fall out of the 1st round if he does.
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