Somebody ranked this year's WR draft class

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  1. Southpaw

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    2020 NFL Draft receiver rankings: CeeDee Lamb at No. 1 in absolutely stacked pass-catcher group
    You're well aware of CeeDee Lamb and Jerry Jeudy, but which other prospects should you know as we head into draft season?

    2020 NFL Draft receiver rankings: CeeDee Lamb at No. 1 in absolutely stacked pass-catcher group You're well aware of CeeDee Lamb and Jerry Jeudy, but which other prospects should you know as we head into draft season?




    This is where I see a flurry of trades happening once the run starts. Patience might pay off best.
     
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    Link not working for me but the guys I want are Lamb, Reagor, and Edwards.

    Jeudy is a hard pass, would not draft unless he's there in the 2nd
     
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    Jeudy is not going to be there in the second, because he does offer legit first round status. Being a Texas EX and viewing their games, Devin Duvernay could very well be a diamond in the rough and possibly a number one but I would still not take him till round three if that and more where we took Butler... and I think the Butler pick was spot on for where he was but do not get me going on when we took Isabella lol
     
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    I’d never take a WR in round 1 these days
     
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    There's no doubt KM needs an explosive receiver who can get separation. On the current roster, there are not any. I know that was the plan with Isabella, but so far, Keim didn't outsmart anybody with that pick. But as mobile as KM is, a #1 on a WR seems to me a better investment than a #1 on the OL. So maybe go #1 on defense, and the best available WR at #2.
    It would be so great to see some playmakers at WR. As long as Larry Fitzgerald remains our best WR, KM is going to spend a lot of time running around in circles.
     
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    I dont think any of the o line are blue chip prospects.

    Plus the Chiefs paid Tyreek Hill and they won the chip and he played an important role in that.

    Granted they have Patrick Mahomes on a rookie deal.

    Buts thats the whole goal though. Should be at least.

    Kyler is an extremely talented thrower. But Mahomes level but a legtimate top 5 throwing talent in the NFL.

    Give this offense weapons and the sky is the limit.

    Cardinals could legitimately end up being a poor mans version of the Chiefs.
     
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    I agree. Get him guys that can get open and take advantage of his accuracy
     
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    Unlike the Ken Whisenhunt era, I now “trust the system.” I am sure that Kyler Murray, coach KK and Michael Bidwill are discussing whether these receivers are worthy of a top 10 pick and whom would fit the system best
     
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    Ruggs and Reagor are the type of receivers who can fit well in our offense, maybe we can trade up for one of those kid if we get at tackle or Simmons at 8
    But for now is unclear till free agency starts
     
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    I’m warming up to the thought of A J Green mainly because of experience and it allows us to draft a great defensive player or an OT.

    Just don’t know with all the other needs if we could fit him in the cap.
     
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    I keep toying with the idea of going after Amari Cooper this year.
     
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    McShay and Kiper agree at least 20 WRs drafted first 3 rounds. I am leaning toward Michael Pittman if he lasts after 1st.
     
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    I'm leery of PAC 12 receivers and QBs.

    So many just dont work out.
     
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    I’m pretty sure he would be there in the 4th round.


    PAC 12 WRs that struggle with separation :barf:
     
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    I don’t love him but adding Cooper and an RT in the draft would boost my confidence in the offense going forward. Defense would still be a mess though. My popcorn is ready if Dak continues the narrative that he’s not giving in to a home town discount.
     

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