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Saccopoo Memorial Draft Forum>2024 WR Class
Couch-Potato 08:45 PM 10-10-2023
Some interesting WRs in the upcoming class, who do you like?

1st - 2nd RD WR Targets:

Keon Coleman, FSU, 6-4, 215, 4.6
Emeka Egbuka, OH ST, 6-1, 205, 4.3
Adonai Mitchell, TX, 6-4, 195, 4.5
Troy Franklin, ORG, 6-3, 185, 4.41
Xavier Legette, SC, 6-1, 225, 4.29
Brian Thomas, LSU, 6-4, 205, 4.35
Xavier Worthy, TX, 6-1, 175, 4.22
Ja'Lynn Polk, WAS, 6-2, 205, 4.48
Johnny Wilson, FSU, 6-7, 235, 4.42
Branden Rice, USC, 6-3, 210, 4.38
Malachi Corley, WKU, 5-11, 200, 4.46
Jermain Burton, BAMA, 6-0, 195, 4.31

*This entire class is tall WTF?
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Palangi 10:53 PM 10-16-2023
I really like Troy Franklin out of Oregon. A 6’2” 190 with 4.3 speed. He runs great routes too
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Couch-Potato 07:51 AM 10-17-2023
Originally Posted by JohnnyHammersticks:
He had another 10 catches for 130yds Saturday against Boise St.



Honestly, if we're picking at the end of each round again, he may not make it to us in the 3rd rd.



Up to #9 from this source

How many WRs named Xavier are coming out next year, damn!
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Abba-Dabba 03:43 PM 10-17-2023
Originally Posted by kccrow:
I've been a bit hit-and-miss on WRs lately so I'll just give you all my current top 10 draft-eligible and then you can dissect the shit out of it. Just how my eyes see them right now.

1. Marvin Harrison Jr, Ohio State
2. Malik Nabers, LSU
3. Rome Odunze, Washington
4. Emeka Egbuka, Ohio State
5. Troy Franklin, Oregon
6. Malachi Corley, Western Kentucky
7. Jalen McMillan, Washington
8. Tory Horton, Colorado State
9. Keon Coleman, Florida State
10. Xavier Worthy, Texas

And a bonus "don't sleep on this guy"... Will Sheppard, Vanderbilt.
Not much to dissect. Besides dissecting at this point is really is just regurgitating what every tom dick and harry scout says. I like the top 2. I'm a big Nabers fan. I like you added Corley. I'm partial to Polk over McMillan though.

Jermaine Burton and Ali Jennings III is moving up the board for me. Tyler Harrell's speed is intriguing.
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Couch-Potato 04:08 PM 10-17-2023
ESPN:

"If you're a team that needs wide receiver help, you're in luck. The strength of the 2024 wideout class was on full display Saturday. It isn't just Harrison, too. Florida State's Coleman and Washington's Odunze showed why they are likely top-20 picks. Malik Nabers (LSU) and Franklin (Oregon) both found the end zone. As many as seven or eight WRs could be packed inside the top 40 next April."
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kccrow 06:13 PM 10-17-2023
Originally Posted by Abba-Dabba:
Not much to dissect. Besides dissecting at this point is really is just regurgitating what every tom dick and harry scout says. I like the top 2. I'm a big Nabers fan. I like you added Corley. I'm partial to Polk over McMillan though.

Jermaine Burton and Ali Jennings III is moving up the board for me. Tyler Harrell's speed is intriguing.
Corley is a fun player, isn't he? He has a lot of "Reek" attributes in that he might be small but he's tough and he's super quick and definitely a low 4.3s guy.

Many boards seem high on the WRs from Florida State but I'm luke-warm. I see Coleman as more of a bottom-two guy than a top-20 pick.

I guess maybe I don't see the overwhelming depth of this WR class like so many pundits are putting out there. It's a better class than last year I think, especially at the top but these guys saying 7 or 8 in the top 40... I don't know about that. I think there might be 5 first-rounders and could push for another 5 or so second-rounders. I don't know if there is talent that screams top 40 in that 2nd round group but there are always surprises. After that, I think it might tail off pretty quick in the talent department. We'll see, I'm always wrong about something. :-)
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Abba-Dabba 03:05 PM 10-18-2023
Originally Posted by kccrow:
Corley is a fun player, isn't he? He has a lot of "Reek" attributes in that he might be small but he's tough and he's super quick and definitely a low 4.3s guy.

Many boards seem high on the WRs from Florida State but I'm luke-warm. I see Coleman as more of a bottom-two guy than a top-20 pick.

I guess maybe I don't see the overwhelming depth of this WR class like so many pundits are putting out there. It's a better class than last year I think, especially at the top but these guys saying 7 or 8 in the top 40... I don't know about that. I think there might be 5 first-rounders and could push for another 5 or so second-rounders. I don't know if there is talent that screams top 40 in that 2nd round group but there are always surprises. After that, I think it might tail off pretty quick in the talent department. We'll see, I'm always wrong about something. :-)
Absolutely a fun guy. I'm not going to think of him as a small guy, just not that 6 footer. He plays big and that is enough. I love the tough attitude he has. His ability to stop and start mixed with his speed looks to be dangerous. I'd welcome him on the Chiefs in a heartbeat.

I love guys with some attitude at WR. Give me that Steve Smith Sr. toughness and it is an easy sell for me. Probably why I like Jermaine Burton this cycle. His mental toughness gives me those Smith Sr. vibes. Corley fits right into that. Ainias Smith as well.

I'm not big on Coleman. I see some laziness that is concerning to me. Maybe I'm just seeing it wrong but it looks like to me he takes some plays off. I'm taking a hard pass on him.
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staylor26 05:23 PM 10-18-2023
Xavier Legette reminds me of A.J. Brown.

Xavier Worthy looks like an Andy Reid WR.

Give me one of the Xavier's.
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Couch-Potato 06:12 PM 10-18-2023
Originally Posted by staylor26:
Xavier Legette reminds me of A.J. Brown.

Xavier Worthy looks like an Andy Reid WR.

Give me one of the Xavier's.
What about Xavier Weaver or Xavier Restrepo?

All 4 are currently on the top 25 WR list.

Xaviers!
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O.city 09:03 AM 10-19-2023
Nabers is the one I really want but there's 0 chance we have an opp to grab him.
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staylor26 12:33 PM 10-19-2023
Originally Posted by O.city:
Nabers is the one I really want but there's 0 chance we have an opp to grab him.
Yea, it's not quite the completely unrealistic dream that Marvin Harrison Jr. is, but that's not happening either.
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O.city 12:55 PM 10-19-2023
Originally Posted by staylor26:
Yea, it's not quite the completely unrealistic dream that Marvin Harrison Jr. is, but that's not happening either.
I figure Nabers ends up what....top 12ish?
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Shoes 01:00 PM 10-19-2023
Originally Posted by kccrow:
I've been a bit hit-and-miss on WRs lately so I'll just give you all my current top 10 draft-eligible and then you can dissect the shit out of it. Just how my eyes see them right now.

1. Marvin Harrison Jr, Ohio State
2. Malik Nabers, LSU
3. Rome Odunze, Washington
4. Emeka Egbuka, Ohio State
5. Troy Franklin, Oregon
6. Malachi Corley, Western Kentucky
7. Jalen McMillan, Washington
8. Tory Horton, Colorado State
9. Keon Coleman, Florida State
10. Xavier Worthy, Texas

And a bonus "don't sleep on this guy"... Will Sheppard, Vanderbilt.
Very solid list, couple of my notes:

-Keon Coleman for me is much higher, probably top 5
-I'm not a fan as much of Malachi Corley
-Xavier Legette to me needs to be in the top 10
-I struggle with Worthy vs Adonai Mitchell on Texas, probably a scheme or type of receiver selection but I wonder who will have more value at the next level

Very early in the season though, I don't really get to dive into the WR class until after the NCAA season and they are doing their predraft process. Looks like a very exciting WR class though.
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Bump 05:21 PM 10-19-2023
Since I'm playing Madden franchise and drafted Emeka Egbuka in the 2nd round with an imported draft class. That's who I hope the Chiefs draft because he's a badass in my franchise!
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staylor26 08:11 PM 10-19-2023
Originally Posted by O.city:
I figure Nabers ends up what....top 12ish?
Yea, I think he's the second WR off the board. Top 15 at worst.
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Couch-Potato 10-20-2023, 06:27 AM
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Couch-Potato 06:33 AM 10-20-2023
Originally Posted by kccrow:
I've been a bit hit-and-miss on WRs lately so I'll just give you all my current top 10 draft-eligible and then you can dissect the shit out of it. Just how my eyes see them right now.

1. Marvin Harrison Jr, Ohio State
2. Malik Nabers, LSU
3. Rome Odunze, Washington
4. Emeka Egbuka, Ohio State
5. Troy Franklin, Oregon
6. Malachi Corley, Western Kentucky
7. Jalen McMillan, Washington
8. Tory Horton, Colorado State
9. Keon Coleman, Florida State
10. Xavier Worthy, Texas


And a bonus "don't sleep on this guy"... Will Sheppard, Vanderbilt.
Would you take 5-7 in the 1st round?

Would 8-10 be worth trading up in the 2nd for?
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