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    Re: Jaymar Johnson Exeeds Troy Williamson

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    For those of you unfamilair with our newly added weapon Jaymar Johnson, he was drafted in the 6th round out of Jackson St. He's not a big guy standing 6' 175 but he possess great speed and explosion, he runs crisp routes and he has great hands. In his interviews he expressess great intrest in specail teams practicly drooling at the thought. This was a comment in regards to specail teams: “I don’t even look ate it (playing special teams) as giving me an extra edge,” Johnson explained. “I just love special teams and I’ve been that ways since I started playing football. Special teams is called ‘special’ for a reason. I love it. That phase can lose a game for you or it can win games for you. I love special teams and I’m not juts saying that to be politically correct. I have a passion for it.”

    An observant Sidney Rice had this to say: “I think he’s excellent coming in and out of his breaks. He has great feet and great quickness, so I think he’s going to be alright. He has great speed and he’s a good route runner; I’m looking forward to big things out of him.”

    Jaymar brings a nice attitude and not stop work ethic to the table, he's a naturaul football player and his mind set is night and day compared to Troy Williamson. He's also the last remaining seed from Randy Moss. One reporter said he hadn't seen speed like Jaymar's since Moss left. Jaymar's timed 40 at the combine was in 4.47 range but looks to me like he runs in the 4.38-4.4 range with room to improve. At the combine he was a top perfromer in the 3-Cone Drill and the 20-Yard Shuttle showing his quickness, he also ranked highly in the 60-Yard Shuttle showing his long speed.

    I'm hoping he brings some much needed explosion to the return game, Allison did a fine job during his time but IMO this dude is on another level when it comes to open field elusiveness and the knack. With time in our weight room I see him building up to 185 the same weight as Bernard Berian but one inch shorter. His impact on specail teams should be immediate and with time he should be a sharp weapon at WR. I expect him to impress in Camp and make the final roster.

    This first highlight is a new one posted a few weeks after the draft. I had to watch it couple times to locate him on all plays. If you dislike silly rap mute it.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7zvaKFr2bqY

    This video was shot before the draft, I thought it was great highlight and interview again he comments on specail teams.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XBQdQ...eature=related

    Combine footage and Analysis.
    http://www.nfl.com/combine/profiles/jaymar-johnson?id=2653#player-profile-tab-set-1layer-profile-tab-overview

    Brief Comments from a Journel.
    http://www.profootballcentral.com/20...aymar-johnson/

    Story from the Trib.
    http://www.startribune.com/sports/vikings/18535709.html

    Recent Article from Vikings.com.
    http://www.vikings.com/NewsArticle_j...ure060608.aspx

    Sounds like another Childress guy.
    http://www.chicagotribune.com/sports...8.story?page=1



    Dude, don't be throwing out Allison just yet...he ALSO was one of the fastest at his combine in the shuttle drills and in the 40.
    PLUS he is much taller and has already proven that he can play some at the pro level.
    I'm sure that Jaymar may also prove his worth and may quite possibly even surpass Allison...but to call it already a done deal that he will be better is just reaching right now.
    Dude, I'll have you read my previous quote: "Allison did a fine job during his time but IMO this dude is on another level when it comes to open field elusiveness and the knack." I'm not out to kick Allison out of the door, I believe he's a good WR with great explosiveness off the line of scrimage, he's able to get open and does a fine job getting in and out of his cuts. He's not as smart as Jaymar Johnson but he likes football and he has a chip on shoulder. I also like his size but I don't believe he has the true knack for returning like Jaymar. He's not much taller maybe 1-2 inches, the difference is Jaymar hans't had his chance yet, Camps will give him that oportunity and then preseason. Again I never said anything was a done deal but Jaymar making the 53 man roster.
    I'll concede that IF he shows SPECIAL return talent that he may be a better option than Allison...but I don't think that he will exceed Allison at the WR position this year, so he is going to really have to beat him as a return game option to get kept over Allison.

    From Scout.com:

    Jaymar Johnson
    Height: 5-111/8 | Weight: 177 | 40-Time: 4.47

    Official Bio

    Strengths:
    Adequate height...Good speed and quickness...A deep threat who can stretch the field vertically...Great hands...Terrific ball skills...Gives a solid effort as a blocker...A hard worker with great intangibles...Versatile and he also has some return ability.

    Weaknesses:
    Thin and doesn't have the bulk that you look for...Not very strong...Sub par route runner...Not real elusive...Won't do a lot after the catch...Has trouble beating the jam at the line of scrimmage...Didn't play against top competition...Limited upside.

    Notes:
    Also participated in track at the college level..Had his sophomore season cut short by a knee injury....Wasn't really dominant at his level...Pretty one-dimensional...At best he likely profiles as a #4 or #5 wideout and return specialist at the pro level.

    That all being said, if he is the next Devin Hester, then I will be the first to say "Adios" to Allison.
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    Re: Jaymar Johnson Exeeds Troy Williamson

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    Thanks TW.


    I really like this kid.
    Problem is I just can't see him making the squad unless someone goes (hopefully Ferg) as the staff to date, hasn't carried 6 WR's on thier initial 53 man roster.


    My guess is they will put him on the practice squad and then activate him if/when the OL straightens out a bit or they have another roster spot open.
    He won't be cut, but if he is some other team is likly to grab him just like Kanasas City did with Thigpen. From my understanding in order to make it to the practice squad there is waiver period in which another team can put that player on the active squad giving him an oportunity.

    Furgeson might be the guy to go, I do like him though cause he's a solid run blocker and he's one of our more physical WR's. IMO it would be a mistake to let Jaymar hit the waiver wire, he's got to much potential and he's already polished. He's ready to contribute right away on specail teams.

    If it came between the two for the final cut I would choose Jaymar because he brings more to table when it comes to playmaking ability and we need that at Punt Return. With our defense our Punt Returner is gonna see significant opportunties. He can score anytime he touches the ball, and I would be willing to best he's our most exploive WR in terms of return ability.
    You are correct, he will have to clear waivers and a team could pick him up, however, when was the last time you saw a WR get snatched trying to clear waivers?

    Don't get me wrong, it could happen, but we aren't talking QB's here and as I said in another thread, this years draft class was a glut with short fast WR's that could provide immediate impact on special teams.
    Only way JJ get snatched is if a team had the following combination:

    a.
    Young team in a rebuilding mode that is willing to start rookies.
    b.
    Young team in a rebuilding mode that is willing to start rookies has a couple of thier draft picks go down due to injury.
    c.
    Vet team has a couple of Vets go down.
    d.
    Vet team has thier ST/Return prospect go down.

    Again, it could happen but I doubt it.

    My guess is he will be sent to the practice squad and at some point during the year he will get some playing time, probably at that expense of Ferg who won't be with the team next year (unless the Puke Green ex PUKER really has a standout year
    ;D)
    Practice Squad could be the case but IMO he's polished and ready to make an immediate impact on the field. You may be correct in him being pushed to the practice squad, in the mean time I hope they keep hush about him in training camp. Teams will definitly be looking at Minny's waiver wire, they know our team is stacked and we got top knotch Undraft FA. I would like to see Jaymar in the swing of things at Punt Returner immediatley, I would assess how he does in camp and preseason in regards to catching and returning. I'm hoping he's our punt returner day one, he's capable of scoring TD's and giving us good field position, from watching his punt returns in college he has far more natural talent than any of our other WR's when it comes to returning. He is young so that may effect the way Childress decides to utilize him, usuallly he tends to keep rookies to sideline.

    Again I could easily see Furgy the odd man out if we keep only 5. He's hear because he persisted on being resigned and felt he could make the team. I hope they didn't garuntee him anything. He's a veteran but we got Berrain and Wade to go along with Rice and Allison who are year 2.

    Being a fan of the Vikings I've been patiently waiting for us to draft a pure return man, we've been through several guys here in the past but never had that real threat. I'm hoping JJ is the man for the job, if we could start scoring on specail teams along with Offense and Defense we will be very hard to beat. I believe JJ is a true weapon and it would be a mistake to put him on the waiver wire, our staff will have some tuff decisions to make and hopefully the correct ones.

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    Re: Jaymar Johnson Exeeds Troy Williamson

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    "VikingsTw" wrote:
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    "VikingsTw" wrote:


    For those of you unfamilair with our newly added weapon Jaymar Johnson, he was drafted in the 6th round out of Jackson St. He's not a big guy standing 6' 175 but he possess great speed and explosion, he runs crisp routes and he has great hands. In his interviews he expressess great intrest in specail teams practicly drooling at the thought. This was a comment in regards to specail teams: “I don’t even look ate it (playing special teams) as giving me an extra edge,” Johnson explained. “I just love special teams and I’ve been that ways since I started playing football. Special teams is called ‘special’ for a reason. I love it. That phase can lose a game for you or it can win games for you. I love special teams and I’m not juts saying that to be politically correct. I have a passion for it.”

    An observant Sidney Rice had this to say: “I think he’s excellent coming in and out of his breaks. He has great feet and great quickness, so I think he’s going to be alright. He has great speed and he’s a good route runner; I’m looking forward to big things out of him.”

    Jaymar brings a nice attitude and not stop work ethic to the table, he's a naturaul football player and his mind set is night and day compared to Troy Williamson. He's also the last remaining seed from Randy Moss. One reporter said he hadn't seen speed like Jaymar's since Moss left. Jaymar's timed 40 at the combine was in 4.47 range but looks to me like he runs in the 4.38-4.4 range with room to improve. At the combine he was a top perfromer in the 3-Cone Drill and the 20-Yard Shuttle showing his quickness, he also ranked highly in the 60-Yard Shuttle showing his long speed.

    I'm hoping he brings some much needed explosion to the return game, Allison did a fine job during his time but IMO this dude is on another level when it comes to open field elusiveness and the knack. With time in our weight room I see him building up to 185 the same weight as Bernard Berian but one inch shorter. His impact on specail teams should be immediate and with time he should be a sharp weapon at WR. I expect him to impress in Camp and make the final roster.

    This first highlight is a new one posted a few weeks after the draft. I had to watch it couple times to locate him on all plays. If you dislike silly rap mute it.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7zvaKFr2bqY

    This video was shot before the draft, I thought it was great highlight and interview again he comments on specail teams.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XBQdQ...eature=related

    Combine footage and Analysis.
    http://www.nfl.com/combine/profiles/jaymar-johnson?id=2653#player-profile-tab-set-1layer-profile-tab-overview

    Brief Comments from a Journel.
    http://www.profootballcentral.com/20...aymar-johnson/

    Story from the Trib.
    http://www.startribune.com/sports/vikings/18535709.html

    Recent Article from Vikings.com.
    http://www.vikings.com/NewsArticle_j...ure060608.aspx

    Sounds like another Childress guy.
    http://www.chicagotribune.com/sports...8.story?page=1



    Dude, don't be throwing out Allison just yet...he ALSO was one of the fastest at his combine in the shuttle drills and in the 40.

    PLUS he is much taller and has already proven that he can play some at the pro level.
    I'm sure that Jaymar may also prove his worth and may quite possibly even surpass Allison...but to call it already a done deal that he will be better is just reaching right now.
    Dude, I'll have you read my previous quote: "Allison did a fine job during his time but IMO this dude is on another level when it comes to open field elusiveness and the knack." I'm not out to kick Allison out of the door, I believe he's a good WR with great explosiveness off the line of scrimage, he's able to get open and does a fine job getting in and out of his cuts. He's not as smart as Jaymar Johnson but he likes football and he has a chip on shoulder. I also like his size but I don't believe he has the true knack for returning like Jaymar. He's not much taller maybe 1-2 inches, the difference is Jaymar hans't had his chance yet, Camps will give him that oportunity and then preseason. Again I never said anything was a done deal but Jaymar making the 53 man roster.
    I'll concede that IF he shows SPECIAL return talent that he may be a better option than Allison...but I don't think that he will exceed Allison at the WR position this year, so he is going to really have to beat him as a return game option to get kept over Allison.

    From Scout.com:

    Jaymar Johnson
    Height: 5-111/8 | Weight: 177 | 40-Time: 4.47

    Official Bio

    Strengths:
    Adequate height...Good speed and quickness...A deep threat who can stretch the field vertically...Great hands...Terrific ball skills...Gives a solid effort as a blocker...A hard worker with great intangibles...Versatile and he also has some return ability.

    Weaknesses:
    Thin and doesn't have the bulk that you look for...Not very strong...Sub par route runner...Not real elusive...Won't do a lot after the catch...Has trouble beating the jam at the line of scrimmage...Didn't play against top competition...Limited upside.

    Notes:
    Also participated in track at the college level..Had his sophomore season cut short by a knee injury....Wasn't really dominant at his level...Pretty one-dimensional...At best he likely profiles as a #4 or #5 wideout and return specialist at the pro level.

    That all being said, if he is the next Devin Hester, then I will be the first to say "Adios" to Allison.
    This is the reason I did not post any of those Draft Analysis, as they are very condtrodicting compared to other sources and videos I have seen. IMO its evident he runs a nice route with great body control and he is very elusive. There were similair controdictions in scouting reports on Tyrell Johnson as well another small school player. Sometimes I wonder if any of these guys evaluted him or they pulled info from different sources.

    Allison stays IMO, unless they feel he is lacking the mental part of game or the playbook. I see him as a for sure candidate to make the team, he has very solid speed and explosion. I also like the fact that like Sidney he is still very young and he had great production in college. He should have a bright future and I hope to see more of him this year, infact I would like to see him make #3 on the squad, but Wade is very savy and works well with Tarvaris.

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    Re: Jaymar Johnson Exeeds Troy Williamson

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    You are correct, he will have to clear waivers and a team could pick him up, however, when was the last time you saw a WR get snatched trying to clear waivers?
    Cris Carter was picked up off waivers.


    ??? Several WR's get claimed off of waiver wires each & every year. He would never make it to the practice squad. A lot worse WR prospects have been claimed off waivers.

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    Re: Jaymar Johnson Exeeds Troy Williamson

    "VikingsTw" wrote:
    "Marrdro" wrote:
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    Thanks TW.


    I really like this kid.
    Problem is I just can't see him making the squad unless someone goes (hopefully Ferg) as the staff to date, hasn't carried 6 WR's on thier initial 53 man roster.


    My guess is they will put him on the practice squad and then activate him if/when the OL straightens out a bit or they have another roster spot open.
    He won't be cut, but if he is some other team is likly to grab him just like Kanasas City did with Thigpen. From my understanding in order to make it to the practice squad there is waiver period in which another team can put that player on the active squad giving him an oportunity.

    Furgeson might be the guy to go, I do like him though cause he's a solid run blocker and he's one of our more physical WR's. IMO it would be a mistake to let Jaymar hit the waiver wire, he's got to much potential and he's already polished. He's ready to contribute right away on specail teams.

    If it came between the two for the final cut I would choose Jaymar because he brings more to table when it comes to playmaking ability and we need that at Punt Return. With our defense our Punt Returner is gonna see significant opportunties. He can score anytime he touches the ball, and I would be willing to best he's our most exploive WR in terms of return ability.
    You are correct, he will have to clear waivers and a team could pick him up, however, when was the last time you saw a WR get snatched trying to clear waivers?

    Don't get me wrong, it could happen, but we aren't talking QB's here and as I said in another thread, this years draft class was a glut with short fast WR's that could provide immediate impact on special teams.
    Only way JJ get snatched is if a team had the following combination:

    a.
    Young team in a rebuilding mode that is willing to start rookies.
    b.
    Young team in a rebuilding mode that is willing to start rookies has a couple of thier draft picks go down due to injury.
    c.
    Vet team has a couple of Vets go down.
    d.
    Vet team has thier ST/Return prospect go down.

    Again, it could happen but I doubt it.

    My guess is he will be sent to the practice squad and at some point during the year he will get some playing time, probably at that expense of Ferg who won't be with the team next year (unless the Puke Green ex PUKER really has a standout year
    ;D)
    Practice Squad could be the case but IMO he's polished and ready to make an immediate impact on the field. You may be correct in him being pushed to the practice squad, in the mean time I hope they keep hush about him in training camp. Teams will definitly be looking at Minny's waiver wire, they know our team is stacked and we got top knotch Undraft FA. I would like to see Jaymar in the swing of things at Punt Returner immediatley, I would assess how he does in camp and preseason in regards to catching and returning. I'm hoping he's our punt returner day one, he's capable of scoring TD's and giving us good field position, from watching his punt returns in college he has far more natural talent than any of our other WR's when it comes to returning. He is young so that may effect the way Childress decides to utilize him, usuallly he tends to keep rookies to sideline.

    Again I could easily see Furgy the odd man out if we keep only 5. He's hear because he persisted on being resigned and felt he could make the team. I hope they didn't garuntee him anything. He's a veteran but we got Berrain and Wade to go along with Rice and Allison who are year 2.

    Being a fan of the Vikings I've been patiently waiting for us to draft a pure return man, we've been through several guys here in the past but never had that real threat. I'm hoping JJ is the man for the job, if we could start scoring on specail teams along with Offense and Defense we will be very hard to beat. I believe JJ is a true weapon and it would be a mistake to put him on the waiver wire, our staff will have some tuff decisions to make and hopefully the correct ones.
    I agree with everything you are saying here. IMO they drafted him to be our punt returner. Now they just need to go through training camp and preseason to see if they got what they thought the did.

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    Re: Jaymar Johnson Exeeds Troy Williamson

    "VikingsTw" wrote:
    "Marrdro" wrote:
    "VikingsTw" wrote:
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    Thanks TW.


    I really like this kid.
    Problem is I just can't see him making the squad unless someone goes (hopefully Ferg) as the staff to date, hasn't carried 6 WR's on thier initial 53 man roster.


    My guess is they will put him on the practice squad and then activate him if/when the OL straightens out a bit or they have another roster spot open.
    He won't be cut, but if he is some other team is likly to grab him just like Kanasas City did with Thigpen. From my understanding in order to make it to the practice squad there is waiver period in which another team can put that player on the active squad giving him an oportunity.

    Furgeson might be the guy to go, I do like him though cause he's a solid run blocker and he's one of our more physical WR's. IMO it would be a mistake to let Jaymar hit the waiver wire, he's got to much potential and he's already polished. He's ready to contribute right away on specail teams.

    If it came between the two for the final cut I would choose Jaymar because he brings more to table when it comes to playmaking ability and we need that at Punt Return. With our defense our Punt Returner is gonna see significant opportunties. He can score anytime he touches the ball, and I would be willing to best he's our most exploive WR in terms of return ability.
    You are correct, he will have to clear waivers and a team could pick him up, however, when was the last time you saw a WR get snatched trying to clear waivers?

    Don't get me wrong, it could happen, but we aren't talking QB's here and as I said in another thread, this years draft class was a glut with short fast WR's that could provide immediate impact on special teams.
    Only way JJ get snatched is if a team had the following combination:

    a.
    Young team in a rebuilding mode that is willing to start rookies.
    b.
    Young team in a rebuilding mode that is willing to start rookies has a couple of thier draft picks go down due to injury.
    c.
    Vet team has a couple of Vets go down.
    d.
    Vet team has thier ST/Return prospect go down.

    Again, it could happen but I doubt it.

    My guess is he will be sent to the practice squad and at some point during the year he will get some playing time, probably at that expense of Ferg who won't be with the team next year (unless the Puke Green ex PUKER really has a standout year
    ;D)
    Practice Squad could be the case but IMO he's polished and ready to make an immediate impact on the field. You may be correct in him being pushed to the practice squad, in the mean time I hope they keep hush about him in training camp. Teams will definitly be looking at Minny's waiver wire, they know our team is stacked and we got top knotch Undraft FA. I would like to see Jaymar in the swing of things at Punt Returner immediatley, I would assess how he does in camp and preseason in regards to catching and returning. I'm hoping he's our punt returner day one, he's capable of scoring TD's and giving us good field position, from watching his punt returns in college he has far more natural talent than any of our other WR's when it comes to returning. He is young so that may effect the way Childress decides to utilize him, usuallly he tends to keep rookies to sideline.

    Again I could easily see Furgy the odd man out if we keep only 5. He's hear because he persisted on being resigned and felt he could make the team. I hope they didn't garuntee him anything. He's a veteran but we got Berrain and Wade to go along with Rice and Allison who are year 2.

    Being a fan of the Vikings I've been patiently waiting for us to draft a pure return man, we've been through several guys here in the past but never had that real threat. I'm hoping JJ is the man for the job, if we could start scoring on specail teams along with Offense and Defense we will be very hard to beat. I believe JJ is a true weapon and it would be a mistake to put him on the waiver wire, our staff will have some tuff decisions to make and hopefully the correct ones.
    That is a solid post my friend with a great point about our talent level and other teams watching us that I didn't take into account.

    Now you have me worried.
    ;D

    Again, solid post my friend.
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    Re: Jaymar Johnson Exeeds Troy Williamson

    "singersp" wrote:
    "Marrdro" wrote:
    You are correct, he will have to clear waivers and a team could pick him up, however, when was the last time you saw a WR get snatched trying to clear waivers?
    Cris Carter was picked up off waivers.


    ??? Several WR's get claimed off of waiver wires each & every year. He would never make it to the practice squad. A lot worse WR prospects have been claimed off waivers.
    Leave it to you to come up with CC.
    ;D

    What team is in such a dire need right now that you think would go after him?
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    Re: Jaymar Johnson Exeeds Troy Williamson

    "Marrdro" wrote:
    "singersp" wrote:
    "Marrdro" wrote:
    You are correct, he will have to clear waivers and a team could pick him up, however, when was the last time you saw a WR get snatched trying to clear waivers?
    Cris Carter was picked up off waivers.


    ??? Several WR's get claimed off of waiver wires each & every year. He would never make it to the practice squad. A lot worse WR prospects have been claimed off waivers.
    Leave it to you to come up with CC.
    ;D

    What team is in such a dire need right now that you think would go after him?
    The Bears, The Bucs, The Ravens, The 49ers, The Texans, Dolphins...
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    Re: Jaymar Johnson Exeeds Troy Williamson

    "C" wrote:
    "Marrdro" wrote:
    "singersp" wrote:
    "Marrdro" wrote:
    You are correct, he will have to clear waivers and a team could pick him up, however, when was the last time you saw a WR get snatched trying to clear waivers?
    Cris Carter was picked up off waivers.


    ??? Several WR's get claimed off of waiver wires each & every year. He would never make it to the practice squad. A lot worse WR prospects have been claimed off waivers.
    Leave it to you to come up with CC.

    ;D

    What team is in such a dire need right now that you think would go after him?
    The Bears, The Bucs, The Ravens, The 49ers, The Texans, Dolphins...
    The Bears have Hester.

    The Bucs have a butt load of WR's on thier roster that they picked up and seem to be happy with thier own kid (Jackson) they drafted this year.
    Why would JJ be better than any of them...
    11 Taye Biddle WR 25 6-1 185 2 Mississippi
    81 Antonio Bryant WR 27 6-2 188 6 Pittsburgh
    86 Brian Clark WR 24 6-3 205 3 North Carolina State
    80 Michael Clayton WR 25 6-4 215 5 LSU
    84 Joey Galloway WR 36 5-11 197 14 Ohio State
    16 Cortez Hankton WR 27 6-0 200 5 Texas Southern

    The Texans could also be a possibility but they appear to have a pretty decent crop of kids they need to get on the field as well.
    89 David Anderson WR 24 5-10 194 3 Colorado State
    16 Tim Carter WR 28 6-0 187 7 Auburn
    11 Andre Davis WR 28 6-1 195 7 Virginia Tech
    80 Andre Johnson WR 26 6-3 219 6 Miami (FL)
    12 Jacoby Jones WR 23 6-2 210 2 Lane
    19 LeRon McCoy WR 26 6-1 219 4 Indiana (PA)
    13 Mark Simmons WR 24 5-10 187 1 Kansas
    83 Kevin Walter WR 26 6-3 214 6 Eastern Michigan
    86 Harry Williams WR 25 6-2 186 3 Tuskegee

    19 Ike Hilliard WR 32 5-11 210 12 Florida
    -- Dexter Jackson WR 21 5-10 180 R Appalachian State
    15 Chad Lucas WR 26 6-1 201 2 Alabama State
    17 Micheal Spurlock WR 25 5-11 200 2 Mississippi
    85 Maurice Stovall WR 23 6-5 220 3 Notre Dame
    82 Paris Warren WR 25 6-0 213 3 Utah

    I could see the Ravens....
    89 Mark Clayton WR 25 5-10 195 4 Oklahoma
    16 Yamon Figurs WR 26 5-11 175 2 Kansas State
    -- Justin Harper WR 23 6-4 214 R Virginia Tech
    85 Derrick Mason WR 34 5-10 192 12 Michigan State
    -- Marcus Smith WR 23 6-2 212 R New Mexico
    87 Demetrius Williams WR 25 6-2 197 3 Oregon
    17 Matt Willis WR 24 6-0 195 2 UCLA

    I could see the 49rs but I think they have 2 kids of thier own that they will protect in Morgan and Rabb.
    83 Arnaz Battle WR 28 6-1 213 6 Notre Dame
    80 Isaac Bruce WR 35 6-0 188 15 Memphis
    89 Jason Hill WR 23 6-0 204 2 Washington State
    80 Bryant Johnson WR 27 6-3 216 6 Penn State
    18 Ashley Lelie WR 28 6-3 193 7 Hawaii
    -- Josh Morgan WR 22 6-1 220 R Virginia Tech
    -- Jerard Rabb WR 23 6-2 201 1 Boise State

    Miami should be set with the great Tedd Ginn Jr but you never know what the Tuna be cooking down there in the Fl sun.

    No, I think he will be safe if we put him on the practice squad.
    Again, the draft was a glut with WR's with this type of talent.

    Heck even Big Al Davis got guy out of Richmond VA, (Arman Shields), that will be in the mix.
    ;D
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    Re: Jaymar Johnson Exeeds Troy Williamson

    He'd certainly be better than Wade on punt returns.
    That being said, I like Allison a lot on kick returns and it looks like Maurice Hicks is almost a lock to be on KR as well.


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