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Post Re: Declared Juniors so far....
He can't repeat or beat the season he had this year, I can see no better time to come out then now where he is worth the most. I still would never select him in 1st or 2nd round unless it was LATE second.

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January 14th, 2011, 12:15 pm
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steensn wrote:
He can't repeat or beat the season he had this year, I can see no better time to come out then now where he is worth the most. I still would never select him in 1st or 2nd round unless it was LATE second.


Farley will go 1st round, pretty sure of it. Newrton, I'm not too sure about, he's more pro ready then Tebow was and he got drafted in the first round but he is not an NFL polished QB. This is why the draft is so much fun to watch and follow, all the speculation and who falls in love with who. Real life drama.

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January 14th, 2011, 12:57 pm
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I think Tebow was more ready than Cam...

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January 14th, 2011, 12:59 pm
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steensn wrote:
I think Tebow was more ready than Cam...


Newton's arm strength is far superior to Tebow's with a slightly better release, but both have lousy foot work and mechanics in my opinion.

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January 14th, 2011, 1:29 pm
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Yeah, I tend to think that decision making and accuracy as well as experience plays more than mechanics and arm strength. Cam has better tools to be a better NFL QB, that I can agree with. I just don't think he will based on other things I see.

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January 14th, 2011, 1:48 pm
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Believe me, I'm not a big fan of his but some team will fall in love with him.

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January 14th, 2011, 1:57 pm
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Believe me, I'm not a big fan of his but some team will fall in love with him.

Raiders?

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January 14th, 2011, 2:06 pm
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grgrundge wrote:
Believe me, I'm not a big fan of his but some team will fall in love with him.

Raiders?


Good choice!

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January 14th, 2011, 2:45 pm
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grgrundge wrote:
Believe me, I'm not a big fan of his but some team will fall in love with him.


Hopefully, some team in the top 12.


January 14th, 2011, 6:55 pm
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Post Re: Declared Juniors so far....
This is the latest list I have seen since the deadline, but keep in mind that players have 72 hours to withdraw their name:
gbnreport.com wrote:
PLAYER POS H/W SCHOOL CL
Nick Fairley
DT
6-3, 295
Auburn
JR

Da'Quan Bowers
DE
6-4, 280
Clemson
JR

Marcell Dareus
DT
6-3, 305
Alabama
JR

AJ Green
WR
6-3, 210
Georgia
JR

Patrick Peterson
CB
6-1, 210
LSU
JR

Blaine Gabbert
QB
6-5, 240
Missouri
JR

Ryan Mallett
QB
6-6, 240
Arkansas
JR

Cam Newton
QB
6-6, 250
Auburn
JR

Robert Quinn
DE
6-5, 270
North Carolina
JR

Julio Jones
WR
6-4, 220
Alabama
JR

Mark Ingram
RB
5-10, 215
Alabama
JR

Aldon Smith
DE
6-5. 265
Missouri
RSO

Akeem Ayers
LB
6-4, 255
UCLA
JR

Shane Vereen
RB
5-10, 205
California
JR

JJ Watt
DE
6-6, 292
Wisconsin
JR

Justin Houston
LB
6-3, 260
Georgia
JR

Mikel Leshoure
RB
6-0, 235
Illinois
JR

Jonathan Baldwin
WR
6-5, 225
Pittsburgh
JR

Brandon Harris
CB
5-10, 195
Miami
JR

Martez Wilson
LB
6-3, 250
Illinois
JR

Ryan Williams
RB
5-9, 210
Virginia Tech
RSO

Rahim Moore
FS
6-1, 195
UCLA
JR

Robert Sands
FS
6-5, 220
West Virginia
JR

Muhammad Wilkerson
DT
6-5, 305
Temple
JR

Kyle Rudolph
TE
6-5, 265
Notre Dame
JR

Lawrence Guy
DT
6-4, 300
Arizona State
JR

Brandon Burton
CB
6-1, 195
Utah
JR

Corey Liuget
DT
6-3, 295
Illinois
JR

Stephan Ridley
RB
5-11, 225
LSU
JR

Jaczquizz Rodgers
RB
5-7, 190
Oregon State
JR

Aaron Williams
CB
6-0, 195
Texas
JR

Torrey Smith
WR
6-1, 205
Maryland
JR

Jurrell Casey
DT
6-0, 305
Southern California
JR

Tyron Smith
OT
6-5, 285
Southern California
JR

Tyler Sash
FS
6-1, 210
Iowa
JR

John Clay
RB
6-1, 250
Wisconsin
JR

Dion Lewis
RB
5-7, 195
Pittsburgh
RSO

Tandon Doss
WR
6-2, 195
Indiana
JR

Jordan Todman
RB
5-9, 195
UConn
JR

DeAndre Brown
WR
6-5, 240
Southern Mississippi
JR

Darren Evans
RB
5-11, 210
Virginia Tech
JR

Randall Cobb
WR
5-11, 185
Kentucky
JR

Will Hill
FS
6-1, 205
Florida
JR

Jamie Harper
RB
5-11, 235
Clemson
JR

Tori Gurley
WR
6-5, 230
South Carolina
RSO

Henry Hynoski
FB
6-1, 260
Pittsurgh
JR

Zane Parr
DE
6-5, 275
Virginia
JR

Jerrard Tarrant
FS
6-0, 205
Georgia Tech
JR

Nick Claytor
OT
6-6, 285
Georgia Tech
JR

Tom Keiser
LB
6-3, 245
Stanford
JR

Sealver Siliga
DT
6-2, 305
Utah
JR



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Post Re: Declared Juniors so far....
TheRealWags wrote:
grgrundge wrote:
Believe me, I'm not a big fan of his but some team will fall in love with him.

Raiders?

The Vikings

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January 16th, 2011, 7:08 pm
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Only takes one team... happened for Tebow.

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