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  • jazzbodog
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    Originally posted by Papa-pwn View Post
    It's pretty hit or miss:

    1994 Bobby Engram Penn State
    1995 Terry Glenn Ohio State
    1996 Marcus Harris Wyoming
    1997 Randy Moss Marshall
    1998 Troy Edwards Louisiana Tech
    1999 Troy Walters Stanford
    2000 Antonio Bryant Pittsburgh
    2001 Josh Reed LSU
    2002 Charles Rogers Michigan State
    2003 Larry Fitzgerald Pittsburgh
    2004 Braylon Edwards Michigan
    2005 Mike Hass Oregon State
    2006 Calvin Johnson Georgia Tech
    2007 Michael Crabtree Texas Tech
    2008 Michael Crabtree Texas Tech
    2009 Golden Tate Notre Dame
    2010 Justin Blackmon Oklahoma State
    2011 Justin Blackmon Oklahoma State
    2012 Marqise Lee USC
    2013 Brandin Cooks Oregon State
    2014 Amari Cooper Alabama
    2015 Corey Coleman Baylor
    2016 Dede Westbrook Oklahoma
    2017 James Washington
    2018 Jerry Jeudy

    Jeudy will likely be one of the most successful bletkinoff winners, post-college.
    WOW! Very interesting. Looks more to be miss than hit. As always, what greatness in college doesn't always continue into the NFL.

    Thanks Papa-pwn for the info.

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  • Hadez
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    Originally posted by FR Tim View Post
    Also have to consider the QBs and offenses those WRs were dealing with once they were drafted.

    In Lee’s case it was JAX and Bortles. That could ruin anyone’s career.

    As much as I think Jeudy has the skillset to excel it will ultimately depend on Shurmur’s system and Lock’s ability to get him the ball. I may be confident in both but it still has to be proven in games.
    100% agreed

    It will also depend on the WR coach. I think from what I have seen of Jeudy he is a guy ready to be taught the details of playing WR. Do we have the right guy to fill Jeudy's head with the details to excel?

    I think PM was really good for DTs career not just in his play as QB but his ability to translate the game of football to the WR.

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  • HDbroncos02
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    Originally posted by rst08tierney View Post
    remember when Marquise Lee was the next coming of Randy Moss.........yea.....things dont always work out
    Marqise Lee was never compared to Randy Moss, I don't think any prospect has been compared to Moss in scouting circles-- ever.

    Either way, Lee wasn't as polished as a prospect compared to Jeudy. The hype is real for a reason. Jeudy's route running talents and uncanny ability to create separation makes him one of the best wide receiver prospects to come out of college since Amari Cooper. I will gladly eat my words if I'm wrong and I have no doubt he may initially struggle translating to the pros with this COVID-19 abbreviated offseason, but the natural talent is there.

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  • FR Tim
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    Also have to consider the QBs and offenses those WRs were dealing with once they were drafted.

    In Lee’s case it was JAX and Bortles. That could ruin anyone’s career.

    As much as I think Jeudy has the skillset to excel it will ultimately depend on Shurmur’s system and Lock’s ability to get him the ball. I may be confident in both but it still has to be proven in games.

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  • rst08tierney
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    remember when Marquise Lee was the next coming of Randy Moss.........yea.....things dont always work out

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  • Papa-pwn
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    Originally posted by jazzbodog View Post
    He was awarded the Fred Biletnikoff Award as the nation's best wide receiver as a sophomore in 2018.

    Does anyone know the history of how well the careers played out for current or past wide receivers who have won this award?
    It's pretty hit or miss:

    1994 Bobby Engram Penn State
    1995 Terry Glenn Ohio State
    1996 Marcus Harris Wyoming
    1997 Randy Moss Marshall
    1998 Troy Edwards Louisiana Tech
    1999 Troy Walters Stanford
    2000 Antonio Bryant Pittsburgh
    2001 Josh Reed LSU
    2002 Charles Rogers Michigan State
    2003 Larry Fitzgerald Pittsburgh
    2004 Braylon Edwards Michigan
    2005 Mike Hass Oregon State
    2006 Calvin Johnson Georgia Tech
    2007 Michael Crabtree Texas Tech
    2008 Michael Crabtree Texas Tech
    2009 Golden Tate Notre Dame
    2010 Justin Blackmon Oklahoma State
    2011 Justin Blackmon Oklahoma State
    2012 Marqise Lee USC
    2013 Brandin Cooks Oregon State
    2014 Amari Cooper Alabama
    2015 Corey Coleman Baylor
    2016 Dede Westbrook Oklahoma
    2017 James Washington
    2018 Jerry Jeudy

    Jeudy will likely be one of the most successful bletkinoff winners, post-college.

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  • Papa-pwn
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    Originally posted by EddieMac View Post
    Me too... (not the hashtag version)

    It seems WR's can miss as a high draft pick far more than they hit.

    There have been 77 wide receivers taken in the first round of the draft this century. The most taken in any year was seven in 2004. Six times there have been six or more wide receivers taken in the first round, but over the past decade, the number of first-round wideouts has been consistently lower than six. (pre 2020 draft)

    If you use first-team All Pro selections, then only nine of the 77 first-round picks have qualified and only eight of those were as wide receivers (Corderelle Patterson made first team All Pro as a punt/kickoff returner). If you use first team Pro Bowl selections, then 21 of these first-round wide receivers have done that.

    19 of the 77 wide receivers taken in the first round this century have or had fewer than 100 career receptions in the NFL.

    No receiver taken in the first round since Amari Cooper in 2015 has made the Pro Bowl.



    OK done being pessimistic... but those numbers don't bode well.
    Those numbers, ultimately, are meaningless.

    Jeudy is a special talent. I can see him being the rare rookie all-pro.

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  • jazzbodog
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    Originally posted by EddieMac View Post
    Me too... (not the hashtag version)

    It seems WR's can miss as a high draft pick far more than they hit.

    There have been 77 wide receivers taken in the first round of the draft this century. The most taken in any year was seven in 2004. Six times there have been six or more wide receivers taken in the first round, but over the past decade, the number of first-round wideouts has been consistently lower than six. (pre 2020 draft)

    If you use first-team All Pro selections, then only nine of the 77 first-round picks have qualified and only eight of those were as wide receivers (Corderelle Patterson made first team All Pro as a punt/kickoff returner). If you use first team Pro Bowl selections, then 21 of these first-round wide receivers have done that.

    19 of the 77 wide receivers taken in the first round this century have or had fewer than 100 career receptions in the NFL.

    No receiver taken in the first round since Amari Cooper in 2015 has made the Pro Bowl.



    OK done being pessimistic... but those numbers don't bode well.
    He was awarded the Fred Biletnikoff Award as the nation's best wide receiver as a sophomore in 2018.

    Does anyone know the history of how well the careers played out for current or past wide receivers who have won this award?

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  • Hadez
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    I think Jeudy's ability to mentally apply his route running and manipulate defenders sets him apart of other players who come into the NFL.

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  • DENVERSB50CHAMP
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    Originally posted by arapaho View Post
    except juedy is the most polished route runner to come out in years, the dude is gonna make CHJ throw his hands up many times

    I cannot wait for this to Happen LOL Because No Doubt About It Jerry Jeudy will no doubt be a Super Star In The NFL and with the Denver Broncos. I Cannot Wait To See !! That Hype Video he did was EPIC. Jerry Jeudy will be a Great 1 Maybe Even A Jerry Rice 2.0 !! However I do not like doing comparisons as I know that J.J. will be ONE OF THE BEST !!

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  • arapaho
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    Originally posted by EddieMac View Post
    Me too... (not the hashtag version)

    It seems WR's can miss as a high draft pick far more than they hit.

    There have been 77 wide receivers taken in the first round of the draft this century. The most taken in any year was seven in 2004. Six times there have been six or more wide receivers taken in the first round, but over the past decade, the number of first-round wideouts has been consistently lower than six. (pre 2020 draft)

    If you use first-team All Pro selections, then only nine of the 77 first-round picks have qualified and only eight of those were as wide receivers (Corderelle Patterson made first team All Pro as a punt/kickoff returner). If you use first team Pro Bowl selections, then 21 of these first-round wide receivers have done that.

    19 of the 77 wide receivers taken in the first round this century have or had fewer than 100 career receptions in the NFL.

    No receiver taken in the first round since Amari Cooper in 2015 has made the Pro Bowl.



    OK done being pessimistic... but those numbers don't bode well.
    except juedy is the most polished route runner to come out in years, the dude is gonna make CHJ throw his hands up many times

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  • Kyousukeneko
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    Originally posted by EddieMac View Post
    Me too... (not the hashtag version)

    It seems WR's can miss as a high draft pick far more than they hit.

    There have been 77 wide receivers taken in the first round of the draft this century. The most taken in any year was seven in 2004. Six times there have been six or more wide receivers taken in the first round, but over the past decade, the number of first-round wideouts has been consistently lower than six. (pre 2020 draft)

    If you use first-team All Pro selections, then only nine of the 77 first-round picks have qualified and only eight of those were as wide receivers (Corderelle Patterson made first team All Pro as a punt/kickoff returner). If you use first team Pro Bowl selections, then 21 of these first-round wide receivers have done that.

    19 of the 77 wide receivers taken in the first round this century have or had fewer than 100 career receptions in the NFL.

    No receiver taken in the first round since Amari Cooper in 2015 has made the Pro Bowl.



    OK done being pessimistic... but those numbers don't bode well.
    his route running and work ethic should help him be special and i feel for several years theres been a bunch of weak WR classes.

    also i feel DJ moore should make a Pro-bowl sooner then later he was really good with iffy QB play this year.

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  • CanDB
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    This type of news is well received. Time to re-continue talkin up the potential O surge this coming year. So much talent!! For me it comes down to the fact that we have real skill on this O, and it will thrive if we can execute accordingly. I am confident about the latter.

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  • Rastic
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    Originally posted by EddieMac View Post
    Me too... (not the hashtag version)

    It seems WR's can miss as a high draft pick far more than they hit.

    There have been 77 wide receivers taken in the first round of the draft this century. The most taken in any year was seven in 2004. Six times there have been six or more wide receivers taken in the first round, but over the past decade, the number of first-round wideouts has been consistently lower than six. (pre 2020 draft)

    If you use first-team All Pro selections, then only nine of the 77 first-round picks have qualified and only eight of those were as wide receivers (Corderelle Patterson made first team All Pro as a punt/kickoff returner). If you use first team Pro Bowl selections, then 21 of these first-round wide receivers have done that.

    19 of the 77 wide receivers taken in the first round this century have or had fewer than 100 career receptions in the NFL.

    No receiver taken in the first round since Amari Cooper in 2015 has made the Pro Bowl.



    OK done being pessimistic... but those numbers don't bode well.
    So he has a better chance of eventually becoming a first-team Pro Bowl selection than a less than or equal to a 100 career reception player (27% vs. 22%) vs some kind of contributing player in between (49%). A 1-in-5 chance of a flop, to 1-in-4 chance of a Pro Bowler, to a 1-in-2 chance of somewhere in the middle.

    Ok, party-pooper

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  • skeeter01
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    Originally posted by EddieMac View Post
    Me too... (not the hashtag version)

    It seems WR's can miss as a high draft pick far more than they hit.

    There have been 77 wide receivers taken in the first round of the draft this century. The most taken in any year was seven in 2004. Six times there have been six or more wide receivers taken in the first round, but over the past decade, the number of first-round wideouts has been consistently lower than six. (pre 2020 draft)

    If you use first-team All Pro selections, then only nine of the 77 first-round picks have qualified and only eight of those were as wide receivers (Corderelle Patterson made first team All Pro as a punt/kickoff returner). If you use first team Pro Bowl selections, then 21 of these first-round wide receivers have done that.

    19 of the 77 wide receivers taken in the first round this century have or had fewer than 100 career receptions in the NFL.

    No receiver taken in the first round since Amari Cooper in 2015 has made the Pro Bowl.



    OK done being pessimistic... but those numbers don't bode well.
    OUCH !!!............maybe one of our undrafted rookie WR's will make the pro bowl this year :-)

    ps Amari Cooper was one of Jerry's favorite WR's..... ?

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