Wednesday, June 8, 2011

CFN.Scout.com: Big Ten Bloggers - 5 Thoughts on WRs



CFN's Big 10 Bloggers put the conference's wide receiver position under the microscope


H.D. Handshoe: On who will be the conference’s next first round NFL wide receiver?

There are several excellent wideouts around the Big Ten, but three names that almost instantaneously come to mind as potential first rounders next April are DeVier Posey from Ohio State, Marvin McNutt from Iowa, and Damarlo Belcher from Indiana.

At 6-2, 213, Posey has decent size and speed (4.52 40-yard-dash). He also possesses excellent hands -- not to mention some very nice body art courtesy of Fine Line Ink (I kid...still too soon?). But seriously, he’s a legit baller.

The problem for Posey won’t be a lack of big-play ability. In two seasons as a starter he has proven his worth in that department, having caught 113 passes for 1,676 yards and 15 touchdowns -- a handful of which that have made ESPN’s Top Plays. Missing the first five games of his upcoming senior season, however,.............




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3 comments:

  1. As an avid supporter of this site (not to mention lead journalist) I find it deplorable how Management is trying to sweep the whole Terelle "Richard" Pryor story under the rug. How can we say that a Heisman canidate going into his senoir season will not be missed???

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  2. We the staff here at Block O Nation need to do a better job of reporting "Breaking News" to our loyal followers. As lead journalist here at Block O Nation I successfully broke the Pryor story here 1st...My manager is lucky to have me writing for him. I have had several offers from major Websites and Sporting Publications, but I am faithful to Mr. Handshoe and believe in this site. Your Humble servant and lead journalist, Anonymous

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  3. Damarlo Belcher is the best option without doubts. HJe has displayed all his talent on the field and I think he deserves to be known as the best of this season.

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