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  • Updated CB Rankings for Walter

    http://www.walterfootball.com/draft2009CB.php

    Great rankings overall and I love the love for DJ Moore. Trevard Lindley is so underrated right now...I don't like him being listed as a third round prospect but that's just me.

    Who's Mark Parson, Walter?
    Last edited by Matt McGuire; 05-17-2008, 04:26 AM.
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  • #2
    Wow, thorough list Walter.

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    • #3
      Parson's the best CB in the MAC - people may find out about him in the Ohio-Ohio State game (if it's televised).
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      • #4
        Solid rankings....I think Wopamo Osaisai and LaDarius Webb should be alot higher though. Especially Webb. He will be in your top 10 by the time the draft rolls around next year.

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        • #5
          Could be... the rankings are pretty fluid right now with an entire season remaining for these guys.
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          • #6
            good job! I like how Deandre wright finally gets recognition
            Last edited by bulldog0123; 05-17-2008, 04:42 PM.

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            • #7
              I don't think Devin Ross has to come out until 2010, but I may be wrong.

              But he's a guy to look out for. He didn't play much at Arizona so far since he's been behind Antoine Cason and Wilrey Fontenot, but Ross was a highly touted recruit and if there's one thing that Stoops can do, it's train defensive backs.
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              • #8
                Originally posted by Walter View Post
                Parson's the best CB in the MAC - people may find out about him in the Ohio-Ohio State game (if it's televised).
                Wow I just think it is so ironic that his dad (Dr. Parson) emailed me about him then all of a sudden he appears in your rankings. I blotted out his first name so people don't google him or something.

                You haven't seen him play. You're just going off what his father says.


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                • #9
                  AOL, Matt? I feel so bad for you.
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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Blazedestin View Post
                    AOL, Matt? I feel so bad for you.
                    I've had it forever....too late to change it now, but yeah it sucks.
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                    • #11
                      What version is AOL using right now? I was wondering this a few days ago.

                      On topic, I think if Lindley can't gain any more weight (177 pounds at 6 feet is down right skinny), he may only be a 3rd round selection. I think he'd be pushed around by the larger receivers quite easily.
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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Blazedestin View Post
                        What version is AOL using right now? I was wondering this a few days ago.

                        On topic, I think if Lindley can't gain any more weight (177 pounds at 6 feet is down right skinny), he may only be a 3rd round selection. I think he'd be pushed around by the larger receivers quite easily.
                        I love how people just look at triangle numbers to determine how good you are. Look at Kevin Barnes on Walter rankings...and he says he needs to improve his 40? Watch some games. The kid is a baller and 4.5 is not slow at all...its average.

                        Lindley might get bigger this offseason, but he is already a reliable tackler at his size and he is one of the best pure man press corners in the country. I simply don't see WRs getting away from much.

                        He plays bigger than his size indicates, and when you break it down, that's what it always come down to: how big do you play?
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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Matt McGuire View Post
                          I love how people just look at triangle numbers to determine how good you are. Look at Kevin Barnes on Walter rankings...and he says he needs to improve his 40? Watch some games. The kid is a baller and 4.5 is not slow at all...its average.

                          Lindley might get bigger this offseason, but he is already a reliable tackler at his size and he is one of the best pure man press corners in the country. I simply don't see WRs getting away from much.

                          He plays bigger than his size indicates, and when you break it down, that's what it always come down to: how big do you play?
                          I'm not arguing his value. I'm arguing that teams may figure that while he can get away with being 175 in college, it won't work in the pros. The amount he has to gain isn't unreasonable. If he's 185, he's probably fine. Hell, just weighing in at the combine at 180 would be good enough. It's more psychological value than anything.
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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Blazedestin View Post
                            I'm not arguing his value. I'm arguing that teams may figure that while he can get away with being 175 in college, it won't work in the pros. The amount he has to gain isn't unreasonable. If he's 185, he's probably fine. Hell, just weighing in at the combine at 180 would be good enough. It's more psychological value than anything.
                            Oh yeah and I don't disagree, but hey players to get bigger and stronger, we will see if he has done it over the summer when an updated roster comes out closer to the season.

                            Fact of the matter is the fact that he is training at Kentucky doesn't give me a lot of hope. As a fan, I have seen many player's weight not change much and same for their strength over a career (Wesley Woodyard is a prime example).

                            Still, Lindley can get bigger in the NFL, and there are so many speed/smaller receivers in the NFL I think in some matchups it isn't a big deal.
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                            • #15
                              If I was him, actually, I'd head to a McDonald's in Indy right before the combine. Get about four Big Mac's, a King-Sized Fry, a Jumbo Coke, and a few apple pies. And then go to the combine to get weighed in.
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