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There are a clear top 4 IMO

MHJ is extremely well rounded and viewed as the clear cut top guy. Odunze has some excellent foot quickness and quickness off the ball for his size. Coleman is raw with freakish ability. He is still developing but he has that George Pickens type Dawg in him. Nabers is a route running and quickness specialist who just produces and looks a lot like Aiyuk imo. Last season I believe he led the NCAA in broken tackles for WR’s (I could be wrong but he was up there) I have now see him high point a ball…Although that won’t likely be much of his game. The class has everything you could ask for. True potential #1’s on the outside with size with MHJ, Odunze, Coleman and a move piece that can play all over and still function as a number one in Nabers. Then there is Brian Thomas Jr, Egbuka, Franklin, Worthy, Mitchell, Polk, Leggette, Corley and more 

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13 hours ago, Scoundrel said:

There are a clear top 4 IMO

MHJ is extremely well rounded and viewed as the clear cut top guy. Odunze has some excellent foot quickness and quickness off the ball for his size. Coleman is raw with freakish ability. He is still developing but he has that George Pickens type Dawg in him. Nabers is a route running and quickness specialist who just produces and looks a lot like Aiyuk imo. Last season I believe he led the NCAA in broken tackles for WR’s (I could be wrong but he was up there) but I don’t really recall seeing him high point a ball in contested catch situations and in fact the one attempt I did see the DB broke it up through his hands. That won’t likely be much of his game. The class has everything you could ask for. True potential #1’s on the outside with size with MHJ, Odunze, Coleman and a move piece that can play all over and still function as a number one in Nabers. Then there is Brian Thomas Jr, Egbuka, Franklin, Worthy, Mitchell, Polk, Leggette, Corley and more 

I agree, and mentioned in another thread that the Chiefs should have some intriguing options in this draft. I know you didn't mention Wilson from FSU...thoughts? It seems crazy to see 6'7" 235 lbs., and supposedly runs a sub 4.50, with freakishly long arms. Is he a Kyle Pitts type of prospect (not saying he as good or as athletic as Pitts) that is an absolute freak athlete but teams struggle to find him a role in the offense that will maximize his talent and ability to impact the game on a consistent basis?

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6 hours ago, nicfre2011 said:

I agree, and mentioned in another thread that the Chiefs should have some intriguing options in this draft. I know you didn't mention Wilson from FSU...thoughts? It seems crazy to see 6'7" 235 lbs., and supposedly runs a sub 4.50, with freakishly long arms. Is he a Kyle Pitts type of prospect (not saying he as good or as athletic as Pitts) that is an absolute freak athlete but teams struggle to find him a role in the offense that will maximize his talent and ability to impact the game on a consistent basis?

Not a big fan of him. Don’t like his breaks and has too many drops. Could see a Waller type move to TE. Watch he and Coleman on the field together. One looks like an NFL WR one does not just off the eye test imo.

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1 hour ago, Scoundrel said:

Not a big fan of him. Don’t like his breaks and has too many drops. Could see a Waller type move to TE. Watch he and Coleman on the field together. One looks like an NFL WR one does not just off the eye test imo.

Good feedback. I really like the idea of Coleman as an option for the Chiefs.

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4 minutes ago, nicfre2011 said:

What can you tell me about Leggette? Is he an older prospect?

He’s big, and with South Carolina’s OL, he hasn’t gotten nearly the opportunities that other WRs have had to show their stuff. But watch him against UNC. He was their whole offense that game.

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2 minutes ago, Daniel said:

He’s big, and with South Carolina’s OL, he hasn’t gotten nearly the opportunities that other WRs have had to show their stuff. But watch him against UNC. He was their whole offense that game.

Is your top 5 in order? No way I am taking Legette over Odunze or Coleman

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1 minute ago, Daniel said:

He’s big, and with South Carolina’s OL, he hasn’t gotten nearly the opportunities that other WRs have had to show their stuff. But watch him against UNC. He was their whole offense that game.

I did watch that game and came away impressed, although I admit I haven't really watched other SC games...definitely an intriguing prospect IMO.

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