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Re: Wild Wildcats in 2013 NFL Draft
« Reply #100 on: January 30, 2013, 11:01:06 PM »
Klein follows Bishop's footsteps to the CFL?

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« Reply #101 on: January 31, 2013, 03:41:14 AM »
CFL is a pass-happy league, Klein is the opposite of what they want.

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« Reply #102 on: February 07, 2013, 12:33:05 AM »
Klein, Arthur, Wilson, Harp and Cantele going to the combine.

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« Reply #103 on: February 07, 2013, 12:50:47 AM »
Klein, Arthur, Wilson, Harp and Cantele going to the combine.

Good for Cantele.  I bet being a kicker around draft time sucks balls.  Even the best seldom go before like the last round.   I guess being a free agent would be kinda cool because you could sort of pick the right situation.

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« Reply #104 on: February 07, 2013, 12:03:05 PM »
No Nigel. . .

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« Reply #106 on: February 07, 2013, 07:30:22 PM »

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« Reply #107 on: February 07, 2013, 10:32:35 PM »
Yeah what the eff no Meshak?
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Re: Wild Wildcats in 2013 NFL Draft
« Reply #109 on: February 15, 2013, 06:56:55 PM »
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To me, Arthur Brown is the most talented and complete linebacker in this class. In a year where the smaller, athletic linebacker is so prominently featured, Brown is easily the lead dog in the pack. He may be a tad undersized, but he plays with such violence and power that you wouldn’t know he only weighs 230 pounds. It’s very rare to see a linebacker that can run in the 4.5s, has the ability to stop and start on a dime, and has the strength to stack and shed a guard on the second level. Combine that with his high football IQ, uncanny instincts, and a leadership pedigree on the Kansas State defense, and it is hard not to compare this "small" linebacker to another great "small" player in Ray Lewis. It may be high praise, but Brown's sometimes single-handed destruction of drives against M..he is absolutely worth a first round pick.iami and Texas was a spitting image of the legendary Raven.

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« Reply #110 on: February 15, 2013, 07:03:55 PM »
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« Reply #111 on: February 15, 2013, 07:42:27 PM »
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To me, Arthur Brown is the most talented and complete linebacker in this class. In a year where the smaller, athletic linebacker is so prominently featured, Brown is easily the lead dog in the pack. He may be a tad undersized, but he plays with such violence and power that you wouldn’t know he only weighs 230 pounds. It’s very rare to see a linebacker that can run in the 4.5s, has the ability to stop and start on a dime, and has the strength to stack and shed a guard on the second level. Combine that with his high football IQ, uncanny instincts, and a leadership pedigree on the Kansas State defense, and it is hard not to compare this "small" linebacker to another great "small" player in Ray Lewis. It may be high praise, but Brown's sometimes single-handed destruction of drives against M..he is absolutely worth a first round pick.iami and Texas was a spitting image of the legendary Raven.

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who's workup is that from?  Fantastic to see his leadership being valued like that.
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« Reply #112 on: February 18, 2013, 12:02:51 AM »
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To me, Arthur Brown is the most talented and complete linebacker in this class. In a year where the smaller, athletic linebacker is so prominently featured, Brown is easily the lead dog in the pack. He may be a tad undersized, but he plays with such violence and power that you wouldn’t know he only weighs 230 pounds. It’s very rare to see a linebacker that can run in the 4.5s, has the ability to stop and start on a dime, and has the strength to stack and shed a guard on the second level. Combine that with his high football IQ, uncanny instincts, and a leadership pedigree on the Kansas State defense, and it is hard not to compare this "small" linebacker to another great "small" player in Ray Lewis. It may be high praise, but Brown's sometimes single-handed destruction of drives against M..he is absolutely worth a first round pick.iami and Texas was a spitting image of the legendary Raven.

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...he is absolutely worth a first round pick.
who's workup is that from?  Fantastic to see his leadership being valued like that.

I especially like the part about violence.

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Re: Wild Wildcats in 2013 NFL Draft
« Reply #113 on: February 18, 2013, 12:41:31 AM »
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To me, Arthur Brown is the most talented and complete linebacker in this class. In a year where the smaller, athletic linebacker is so prominently featured, Brown is easily the lead dog in the pack. He may be a tad undersized, but he plays with such violence and power that you wouldn’t know he only weighs 230 pounds. It’s very rare to see a linebacker that can run in the 4.5s, has the ability to stop and start on a dime, and has the strength to stack and shed a guard on the second level. Combine that with his high football IQ, uncanny instincts, and a leadership pedigree on the Kansas State defense, and it is hard not to compare this "small" linebacker to another great "small" player in Ray Lewis. It may be high praise, but Brown's sometimes single-handed destruction of drives against M..he is absolutely worth a first round pick.iami and Texas was a spitting image of the legendary Raven.

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...he is absolutely worth a first round pick.
who's workup is that from?  Fantastic to see his leadership being valued like that.

I especially like the part about violence.

I like the analysis in its entirety. Arthur should be a first-rounder.  :bill:

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Re: Wild Wildcats in 2013 NFL Draft
« Reply #114 on: February 18, 2013, 06:37:02 AM »
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To me, Arthur Brown is the most talented and complete linebacker in this class. In a year where the smaller, athletic linebacker is so prominently featured, Brown is easily the lead dog in the pack. He may be a tad undersized, but he plays with such violence and power that you wouldn’t know he only weighs 230 pounds. It’s very rare to see a linebacker that can run in the 4.5s, has the ability to stop and start on a dime, and has the strength to stack and shed a guard on the second level. Combine that with his high football IQ, uncanny instincts, and a leadership pedigree on the Kansas State defense, and it is hard not to compare this "small" linebacker to another great "small" player in Ray Lewis. It may be high praise, but Brown's sometimes single-handed destruction of drives against M..he is absolutely worth a first round pick.iami and Texas was a spitting image of the legendary Raven.

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...he is absolutely worth a first round pick.


Just another 2 star diamond in the rough that all the recruiting services whiffed on that we can thank LHC Bill Snyder for coaching up into an incredible player.


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Re: Wild Wildcats in 2013 NFL Draft
« Reply #115 on: February 18, 2013, 10:05:36 AM »
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To me, Arthur Brown is the most talented and complete linebacker in this class. In a year where the smaller, athletic linebacker is so prominently featured, Brown is easily the lead dog in the pack. He may be a tad undersized, but he plays with such violence and power that you wouldn’t know he only weighs 230 pounds. It’s very rare to see a linebacker that can run in the 4.5s, has the ability to stop and start on a dime, and has the strength to stack and shed a guard on the second level. Combine that with his high football IQ, uncanny instincts, and a leadership pedigree on the Kansas State defense, and it is hard not to compare this "small" linebacker to another great "small" player in Ray Lewis. It may be high praise, but Brown's sometimes single-handed destruction of drives against M..he is absolutely worth a first round pick.iami and Texas was a spitting image of the legendary Raven.

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...he is absolutely worth a first round pick.


Just another 2 star diamond in the rough that all the recruiting services whiffed on that we can thank LHC Bill Snyder for coaching up into an incredible player.
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Re: Wild Wildcats in 2013 NFL Draft
« Reply #116 on: February 18, 2013, 12:52:16 PM »
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To me, Arthur Brown is the most talented and complete linebacker in this class. In a year where the smaller, athletic linebacker is so prominently featured, Brown is easily the lead dog in the pack. He may be a tad undersized, but he plays with such violence and power that you wouldn’t know he only weighs 230 pounds. It’s very rare to see a linebacker that can run in the 4.5s, has the ability to stop and start on a dime, and has the strength to stack and shed a guard on the second level. Combine that with his high football IQ, uncanny instincts, and a leadership pedigree on the Kansas State defense, and it is hard not to compare this "small" linebacker to another great "small" player in Ray Lewis. It may be high praise, but Brown's sometimes single-handed destruction of drives against M..he is absolutely worth a first round pick.iami and Texas was a spitting image of the legendary Raven.

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...he is absolutely worth a first round pick.


Just another 2 star diamond in the rough that all the recruiting services whiffed on that we can thank LHC Bill Snyder for coaching up into an incredible player.

Kind of a weird talking point considering we probably have more DITRs in the league than guys who were highly recruited.

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« Reply #117 on: February 18, 2013, 02:10:27 PM »
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To me, Arthur Brown is the most talented and complete linebacker in this class. In a year where the smaller, athletic linebacker is so prominently featured, Brown is easily the lead dog in the pack. He may be a tad undersized, but he plays with such violence and power that you wouldn’t know he only weighs 230 pounds. It’s very rare to see a linebacker that can run in the 4.5s, has the ability to stop and start on a dime, and has the strength to stack and shed a guard on the second level. Combine that with his high football IQ, uncanny instincts, and a leadership pedigree on the Kansas State defense, and it is hard not to compare this "small" linebacker to another great "small" player in Ray Lewis. It may be high praise, but Brown's sometimes single-handed destruction of drives against M..he is absolutely worth a first round pick.iami and Texas was a spitting image of the legendary Raven.

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...he is absolutely worth a first round pick.


Just another 2 star diamond in the rough that all the recruiting services whiffed on that we can thank LHC LHC Bill Snyder for coaching up into an incredible player.

Kind of a weird talking point considering we probably have more DITRs in the league than guys who were highly recruited.

I wonder if that can be contributed to our lack of highly recruited players.
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Re: Wild Wildcats in 2013 NFL Draft
« Reply #118 on: February 18, 2013, 03:46:17 PM »
Kind of weird talking point, since Arthur Brown was a top 5 national recruit out of high school.  Just because Miami didn't know what they had, doesn't mean he was a DITR.  :dubious:
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Re: Wild Wildcats in 2013 NFL Draft
« Reply #119 on: February 18, 2013, 04:50:24 PM »
Kind of weird talking point, since Arthur Brown was a top 5 national recruit out of high school.  Just because Miami didn't know what they had, doesn't mean he was a DITR.  :dubious:

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« Reply #120 on: February 18, 2013, 06:54:36 PM »
Kind of weird talking point, since Arthur Brown was a top 5 national recruit out of high school.  Just because Miami didn't know what they had, doesn't mean he was a DITR.  :dubious:

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Re: Wild Wildcats in 2013 NFL Draft
« Reply #121 on: February 20, 2013, 01:49:43 PM »

http://t.foxsports.msn.com/nfl/top-50-players-heading-into-combine

I already hated Fox Sports college football coverage, but this sent me over the edge. This douche-canoe doesn't even have Arthur in the Top 50 draft prospects!! :curse:

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« Reply #123 on: February 20, 2013, 05:09:02 PM »
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Re: Wild Wildcats in 2013 NFL Draft
« Reply #124 on: February 20, 2013, 11:32:49 PM »
Scouts Inc.'s Matt Williamson likes Kansas State WR Chris Harper in the top 40.

Williamson's comment comes a couple of days after The Sideline View's Lance Zierlein said Harper is a target for the Houston Texans outside of the second round. Nevertheless, Harper's stock seems to be rising. He compares favorably to Anquan Boldin.

Source: Matt Williamson on Twitter