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BSL: Scouting: Eye on Big Receivers


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#1 BSLMikeRandall

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Posted 25 February 2019 - 01:55 PM

BSL: https://www.baltimor...-ravens-target/

 

Taking a look at the two biggest WRs in the draft, Hakeem Butler, and Jazz Ferguson. And why they would be good fits in the Ravens system.


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Posted 25 February 2019 - 03:05 PM

And with that, the Ravens are releasing Crabtree.
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Posted 25 February 2019 - 04:48 PM

Crabtree had a lot of drops and didn't look very good whether Joe or Lamar was throwing him the ball.  Roman has worked with Crabtree before, and if he thinks Crab's washed up, it's probably a correct evaluation.

 

I doubt EDC is going to box the team into a forced WR pick at #22.  More likely, they will trade back from the #22 pick, and we will see a late round flier (or two) on a WR.  But a starting lineup of Snead, Moore, and Lasley/Scott/late-round rookie at WR is not going to be enough. (I do like Hakeem Butler, though, big upside and local kid to boot).

 

I'm guessing they are planning to pick up a veteran (Tyrell Williams?  Randall Cobb?)



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Posted 02 March 2019 - 02:01 PM

Jazz Ferguson is looking good at the combine. For as big as he is he ran really good 40 times. And watching some of his tape, he seems to have very good short area quickness as well. I really wouldn't mind seeing him in purple.


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Posted 03 March 2019 - 04:00 PM

Miles Boykin is a name to watch if we are looking strictly at measurables. He had probably the most impressive combine of any WR, and he most likely won't come with the 1st round pricetag.

 

Hakeem Butler is interesting if we are looking at big WRs that can move well. Butler has some impressive highlight reel plays, but an equally un-impressive drops issue. 

 

Ferguson had a decent  combine, but similar to Metcalf really struggled with the agility drills.


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Posted 03 March 2019 - 04:10 PM

Miles Boykin is a name to watch if we are looking strictly at measurables. He had probably the most impressive combine of any WR, and he most likely won't come with the 1st round pricetag.

Hakeem Butler is interesting if we are looking at big WRs that can move well. Butler has some impressive highlight reel plays, but an equally un-impressive drops issue.

Ferguson had a decent combine, but similar to Metcalf really struggled with the agility drills.


Yea, saw a graphic on twitter where Boykins combine result were as good or better than Julio Jones.
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