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    Rb who I want in draft : Knile Davis beast mode

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zRLW_EbJcUg
    Man this kid is so underrated...got hurt and missed time I remember but he was a beast vs the best sec team in A/m.Look at his highlights and you will want to draft him in the 3rd - 4th round.Could easily be next Mcfadden.

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    I thought he looked a little slow on tape but he ran a 4.37 at the combine.

    We will be taking a rb with one of our 1st 3 picks. Maybe this is the guy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe W. Namath View Post
    I thought he looked a little slow on tape but he ran a 4.37 at the combine.

    We will be taking a rb with one of our 1st 3 picks. Maybe this is the guy.
    Watch the vid vs a/m I posted.He looks very good.

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    He has immense talent and you should get him a lot lower than he would usually go without the injury...

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    I have him in just about every mock i have made since the end of the season, but i prefer Christine Michael. Knile Davis has a problem holding onto the football and it's probably due to his small hands.


    Kid is Adrien Murrell.

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    I've seen Davis ranked somewhere between 15th-20th RB. I'd be tempted to scoop him up 6th or 7th round depending on how the RB draft was shaking out. I think he might well be a diamond in the rough.

    I still want Stepfan Taylor in the 3rd or 4th round, depending, but this kid is well worth talking a flyer on.

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    Anytime you can overpay for a player who has a great combine matched up with an injuryprone, underperforming college career, coupled with a fumbling problem, you grab that player!

    In the 6th Davis is a great pick. When he goes in the 3rd, hes a huge risk and bad value.

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    Knile Davis in the 5th with skittles and we have our own beast mode

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tinstar View Post
    I have him in just about every mock i have made since the end of the season, but i prefer Christine Michael. Knile Davis has a problem holding onto the football and it's probably due to his small hands.


    Kid is Adrien Murrell.
    Perhaps he is fumble prone, but like the commentator in the highlight vid above said "he has decent hands" catching passes. A useful trait to go with his elusiveness and afterburners, in a WCO don't you think?

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    One RB I want in this draft is:

    Denard Robinson, WR (5-foot-10 3/8, 199 pounds) — Robinson was the only player from Michigan who participated at the NFL Scouting Combine. Robinson stood by his combine numbers (he did run an official time of 4.43 seconds in the 40-yard dash). At Michigan’s pro day, Robinson caught balls as a receiver, and did also worked out as a running back and return specialist. His best NFL position might be running back — even if he worked out at receiver at the combine and played quarterback while at Michigan — as he can really make things happen when the ball is in his hands.
    http://blogs.nfl.com/2013/03/14/dena...igans-pro-day/

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    Got excited by his combine and asked Tony Pauline whether he'd move up the boards. He said he got exactly what he expected out of him, excellent straight-line speed, bad football moves. Looked bad in drills.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tinstar View Post
    I have him in just about every mock i have made since the end of the season, but i prefer Christine Michael. Knile Davis has a problem holding onto the football and it's probably due to his small hands.


    Kid is Adrien Murrell.
    If he's Adrien Murrell, we take him but he's not that good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tackleem View Post
    Got excited by his combine and asked Tony Pauline whether he'd move up the boards. He said he got exactly what he expected out of him, excellent straight-line speed, bad football moves. Looked bad in drills.
    That's pretty much how he looked on this A&M game.

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    Fumbled many times in that game. Not even good.

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    If peeing your pants is cool, consider me Knile Davis

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    I've only seen that video of him. Wasn't all that impressive. The line didn't seem to be doing him any favors though. He did get stripped quite a bit.

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    how many arkansas games have you watched.....as a gator alum i watch alot of sec ball...the man is big and fast.....please do not make judgement based on some tape...try watching some actual games...the man was a heiaman favorite before hurting his ankle....i would love to see him in jet green and white.


    Quote Originally Posted by Joe W. Namath View Post
    I thought he looked a little slow on tape but he ran a 4.37 at the combine.

    We will be taking a rb with one of our 1st 3 picks. Maybe this is the guy.

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    He's got baby sized hands and teams figured out the way to exploit him is try to strip the ball and they did with great success.

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    there are goodbacks in the draft...i actually like the kid from north carolina....giovani bernard...this talk about no good backs in the draft is absurd. If they watch college ball, they will see that there are good backs to be had...after the 3rd round.


    Quote Originally Posted by FreshBaked 24 7 View Post
    He's got baby sized hands and teams figured out the way to exploit him is try to strip the ball and they did with great success.

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    Christine Michael. Book it.

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