Malik Nabors vs Alabama

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I am not putting Malik Nabors as equal to Marvin Harrison Jr., but Nabors is still super elite. Fast, strong, super tough. Nabors carved up Alabama’s defense with 10 catches for 171 yards and a touchdown. Those LSU receivers translate really well to the NFL and Nabors is the next. He is tremendous on deep routes and is just tough as nails on contested routes.
 

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I am not putting Malik Nabors as equal to Marvin Harrison Jr., but Nabors is still super elite. Fast, strong, super tough. Nabors carved up Alabama’s defense with 10 catches for 171 yards and a touchdown. Those LSU receivers translate really well to the NFL and Nabors is the next. He is tremendous on deep routes and is just tough as nails on contested routes.
I’ve read where he’s not strong on the outside and is better in the slot.
 

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Nabers might be better, but Odunze is also fantastic and is a tall deep shot guy that I think Kyler would really click with.
 

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I am not putting Malik Nabors as equal to Marvin Harrison Jr., but Nabors is still super elite. Fast, strong, super tough. Nabors carved up Alabama’s defense with 10 catches for 171 yards and a touchdown. Those LSU receivers translate really well to the NFL and Nabors is the next. He is tremendous on deep routes and is just tough as nails on contested routes.
and he doesn’t quit his team for their bowl game!

My issue is I don’t want to waste a 1st round pick on a WR. DL and OL only.
 

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Nabers was the best WR in the nation this year. He has a smooth and shiftyness that get his wide open and hard to tackle.
 

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and he doesn’t quit his team for their bowl game!

My issue is I don’t want to waste a 1st round pick on a WR. DL and OL only.
He hardly played and it was just to set the school receiving record so let’s not get too giddy about it.
 

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I am not putting Malik Nabors as equal to Marvin Harrison Jr., but Nabors is still super elite. Fast, strong, super tough. Nabors carved up Alabama’s defense with 10 catches for 171 yards and a touchdown. Those LSU receivers translate really well to the NFL and Nabors is the next. He is tremendous on deep routes and is just tough as nails on contested routes.
I have watched a ton of LSU and I’m not sure I agree on the contested throw statement.
 
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