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Xue

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  1. Based off a video of D'Onta Foreman training, I estimate his 40-yard dash time at 4.46-4.49.
  2. Auden Tate, FSU, is my top WR. I expect him to break out this/next season. He's got elite ball skills like Mike Williams, except I think he's better after the catch, and might be a tick faster overall. He's huge at 6'5" 225 lbs.
  3. Deebo Samuel and Jauan Jennings are two SEC WRs who are being overlooked. Both guys have 1st Round potential.
  4. If the safety doesn't touch Cook, they don't count those yards as "after contact". But they do count it as a missed tackle. Which doesn't make sense. They only count Yards After Contact on "broken touched" tackles, yet in their elusive rating they include both a broken tackle and a "missed untouched" tackle as a "missed tackle". Which also doesn't make sense.
  5. Possession receivers don't run a 4.3. He's a better version of Will Fuller.
  6. Hodges tested with a 38.5" Vertical and 4.46 40 (probably a 4.56-4.60 "official") in 2014. http://www.roanoke.com/sports/columns_and_blogs/blogs/andy_bitter_virginia_tech_football/some-thoughts-on-the-hokies-winter-max-testing-numbers/article_42f6e064-aba0-11e3-bc5a-0017a43b2370.html Mike Gesicki is another TE that has tested well. 36.5" Vertical 10-10 Broad Jump 4.55 40 http://www.pennlive.com/pennstatefootball/index.ssf/2016/03/more_than_saquon_barkley_penn.html http://www.scout.com/college/penn-state/story/1676931-for-these-three-lions-it-s-now-or-never
  7. I would give Chubb another year to get back to form. He suffered an unprecedented/uncommon injury, even among athletes.
  8. How about Kyle Hicks and I'Tavius Mathers?
  9. A smart team will draft him to be a WR and forget about using him to block.
  10. He's got 1st Round talent, but will probably fall to the 2nd. 250lbs and will probably run a 4.50 or better. He's got enough wiggle and lateral quickness, certainly much more than Leonard Fournette, but not as much as Derrick Henry. But better burst than Henry. He's Legarrette Blount with a lot more speed.
  11. There has to be a way to adjust for level of competition in your ratings. None of the non-power 5 QBs are seriously considered to be legit QB prospects, except maybe Rypien.
  12. Matt Stafford and DeMarco Murray used to be injury prone.
  13. Mike Williams is basically getting the Michael Thomas treatment in the production department. He'll be fine.
  14. He's not the next Adrian Peterson. According to one or two scouts, he's the next Bo Jackson.
  15. Derrick Henry is 3rd in the NFL in elusive rating.... https://www.profootballfocus.com/fantasy-football-buy-and-sell-trade-target-ideas-week-9-2016/ He is only averaging 1.74 yards before contact.
  16. Faster Lacy/Hyde/Blount. Jackson was shiftier.
  17. Fournette doesn't have more wiggle. But he's a Tier 2 player for me as well.
  18. Mixon is my #3 RB behind Chubb and Cook.
  19. He's a bigger version of McCaffrey, but will be a steal because NFL teams are hypocrites.
  20. Alvin Kamara is why NFL teams should pass on Christian McCaffrey in the 1st/2nd.
  21. Derrius Guice is my #1 Devy RB, yes over Chubb and Barkley. He's just so explosive and he's doing it in the SEC. I've actually had Guice over Barkley as recruits. After two fill-in starts this year, Guice has shown why he was my #1 RB for his class.
  22. I don't see it. It's mostly quick and short.
  23. Freeman is very good. Great hips and feet like Le'Veon Bell except more explosive than Bell was in college. Very capable receiver as well. He's not my top guy, but he has as much upside as any other RB.
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