Discussion in 'Arizona Cardinals' started by JosiahLee, Feb 25, 2020.
Kirk is supposed to be that guy and the future at the slot position (or Isabella).
Sometimes these draft experts put these takes out just to be different. And WR is a good spot to put out a different take since it’s the deepest position in this draft...
The PT cruiser of takes if you will...
Yeah and Kirk can clearly play but I wouldn't describe him as an "always open" kind of guy, at least not yet.
i can see Ruggs being a faster, bigger and better version of Damiere Byrd. Presumably that means way more productive too.
is that worth a top 15 pick? dont know.
He's definitely faster. Let's see what he runs today at the combine? I read that he thinks he can do a 4.2 fourty.
Sad considering they ended up having Matt Jones throw them the ball instead of Tua.
Faster & better yes but bigger? Ruggs is only 5'11". Listed at that height anyway. Byrd is that height right?
Byrd is 5'9" and about 170 lbs
and below average hands
So 2" taller & thicker then lol. Gotcha.
Eh, the difference in shaving .49 verses .82 is enormous at that level.
4.28 at 5-11, 188 lbs
Second run 4.31
Ruggs cant track the deep ball
Very hard pass. Its stuff like having the eye speed and processing to see the ball in flight and be able to track its trajectory
You need that with that sort of speed.
Tyreek Hill has that, Ruggs doesnt
I don't want to take a WR in the first round. I have been touting a WR from my alma mater (Baylor), Denzel Mims, who I think we could get in the second round. Below is a blurb from the Baylor site I'm a member of :
After measuring in at 6-foot-2-inches and 207-pounds, Denzel Mims “wowed” those in attendance and watching live on television when he dropped some of the most impressive combine numbers for receivers at the event and ranked about the top 16 in every testing event. There are 55 wide receivers competing at the combine.
The most impressive number came in the 40-yard dash where Mims posted an official 4.38-second, best for third among receivers. Mims (6-2, 207) fell behind a 4.27 second time from Alabama’s Henry Ruggs’ (5-11, 188) and a 4.35-second time from Southern Mississippi’s Quez Walker (6-0, 188).
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