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Chris Wesseling ‏@ChrisWesseling 8m8 minutes ago #Jets DE Leonard Williams on facing Patriots: "I hope that's the first sack of my career, on Tom Brady"


Lol at Mac's answer to manish asking him if he'd have drafted another tackle if it was BPA,  "if I drafted another Dtackle, I'd be afraid you guys would tihnk I was trading Sheldon."

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I don't understand this pick! Somebody tell me why?

Gives us a real deep threat. He's fast as hell!!! He can track the deep ball extremely good. He's gonna be good.

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uh oh I just read he cant play against physical corners and he has trouble catching the ball....

tell me we did good please. please convince me before I go cry in a corner

One way to avoid press coverage is putting him in the slot, which I think he may excel in. We're fine.

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Holy crap. Marshall, Decker, Amaro, Devin!

Sanchez could be an all pro with this arsenal. We've got to get him back like Revis and Cro.


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There we goooo, still preferred strong. 

You already have him. His name is Marshall. Smith fills the need for speed.  Best Deep threat in College Football. 

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Sounds like a Dedrick Ward


Sounds like a Dedrick Ward

Bigger, better athlete than Dedrick Ward.  Was one of the best if not the best deep threat in college football. 

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Really would have preferred Strong but okay!!!

They have two big possession type WR's ,they need a guy who can streach the field, and Smith can do that.   Think this is a great pick.  Great draft so far.  

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"I like this pick. This guy tracks the football deep as well as any wide receiver in this draft. He has 4.4 speed. It seemed like every catch he made this year was for a touchdown." -- Mike Mayock

  • 6'0"HEIGHT
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2014: Honorable mention All-Big Ten. Played in all 15 games with 11 starts. Led team with 931 yards

and 12 TD. Had 4 receptions, 137 yards, 3 TD vs Wisconsin in Big Ten Championship Game. Had 2 receptions, 87 yards, TD in Sugar Bowl vs Alabama. 2013: Honorable mention All-Big Ten. Played in all 14 games with 12 starts. 2012: Played in all 12 games with 10 starts. 2011: Played in all 13 games.

Three-cone drill: 6.83 seconds



Smooth speed merchant with instant gas off the line. Has outstanding body composure and an effortless stride. Electrifying foot quickness. Game-breaking speed with necessary feel of a downfield receiver. Tracks the throw over his shoulder and never breaks stride in the chase. Averaged 28.2 yards per catch and 54.5 percent of his catches were for 25-plus yards in 2014. Used outside and from slot. Must be matched by speed on defense or with safety over the top. Uses shoulder dip from inside release to avoid being redirected by slot corner. Speed creates uncontested targets for him underneath. Can snap off dig routes and open immediately. Good luck giving chase to Smith on a crosser or speed-out in the red zone. Might have been the best gunner in college football.


WEAKNESSES  Lacks natural, soft hands. Will double catch and corral throws into body. Tries to catch, turn and run before securing the throw. Shows a lack of patience in his routes. Game too heavily reliant upon speed. Must learn to be effective when deep ball is restricted by defense. Thin hips and frame. Play strength is below average. Can be frustrated by physical corners. Gets jostled and distracted when bodied hard down the field. Desire lacking as run blocker. Often taken off field and replaced when Buckeyes wanted to run out of "11" personnel.







Smith isn't just combine-fast, he's game-fast and he would have had more than 12 touchdown catches during the 2014 season if he didn't have to slow down and wait on throws so often. Smith has the feet and hips to become much more than a deep-ball specialist and should be able to step right into a gunner spot on special teams. He still needs to learn his craft and improve his hands, but he has rare speed to score from anywhere on the field.

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