Could we use a 4.27 40 WR with our 7th round pick?

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  1. SissyBoyFloyd

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    Tutu Atwell .... I watched some of his youtube highlights and don't think I have ever seen anyone open up such huge distances running his deep routes. It is like he is 5-10 yds beyond the CBs and Ss. And when he catches the little dink passes it is like he is shot out of a cannon. Reminds me of the Flash. It must look like a blur as he wisks past the Miami and Fl St defenders, who are all great athletes in their own right.


    https://247sports.com/Article/Louis...peed-40-yard-dash-Chatarius-Atwell-144206977/

    What is the catch, you ask? Well, there is one ....... he is blind. Just kidding. He is 5'5 and about 150 lbs. But that doesn't seem to have hurt him yet.
     
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    I would try him in the 6th or 7th
     
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    i see ratings of him in the 3rd to 5th round
     
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    We’ve already got that guy in JoJo on the PS. Just sayin
     
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    If he runs a 4.2 he’s going to be gone before the 7th
     
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    He runs routes and catches with his hands.... blazing speed

    think he can return punts? Would be a good fourth we and special teamer
     
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    Sounds like a future Las Vegas Raider

    but honestly, there are ways to use this guy in the nfl and be effective

    he can stretch a defense.... keep streaking him to the end zone and throw to him every time he gets three yards behind the guy covering him.... if he catches twenty five percent the defense has to back way off and keep an extra man deep to account for him

    fumbles and catching issues are likely due to being a little dude with small hands
     
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    I prefer Jaelen Darden. Has good speed but elite feet. Fantastic change of direction and elusiveness with the stats to back it up.

     
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    No. We already have a tiny 2nd round 4.3 Wr. How did that work out?
     
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    Because the last decade of drafting sub-6' blazing fast receivers hasn't been enough of a lesson for us.
     

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