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#1 tsylvester

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Posted 19 September 2015 - 11:24 AM

Do your self a favor, watch this kid tonight against Bama. Prior to breaking his leg last year, he was on pace to make a big name for him self.  Now he is back healthy, stronger & faster they say.

 

Now he will go up against better coverage, at least a better defensive line to cause more pressure on the Ole Miss qb.

 

This kid has all the tools, 6'-3"  220 lbs, quickness, "suddeness" as they like to say, speed and a huge catch radius with great hands.  IF he comes out next year, he is likely a top 10 pick.  I doubt the Ravens will have a chance at him, but if they did, they would be foolish to ignore him.


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Posted 20 September 2015 - 05:24 AM

Good call T, fun game to watch too
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Posted 22 September 2015 - 05:38 PM

Do your self a favor, watch this kid tonight against Bama. Prior to breaking his leg last year, he was on pace to make a big name for him self.  Now he is back healthy, stronger & faster they say.
 
Now he will go up against better coverage, at least a better defensive line to cause more pressure on the Ole Miss qb.
 
This kid has all the tools, 6'-3"  220 lbs, quickness, "suddeness" as they like to say, speed and a huge catch radius with great hands.  IF he comes out next year, he is likely a top 10 pick.  I doubt the Ravens will have a chance at him, but if they did, they would be foolish to ignore him.


It is looking like we could start 0-4, Treadwell might not be such a pipe dream when it's said and done...
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Posted 24 September 2015 - 02:35 PM

It is looking like we could start 0-4, Treadwell might not be such a pipe dream when it's said and done...

 

 

I would love to have him, quality kid on & off the field. I doubt, however, even if he is there when ever the Ravens pick, they take....


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Posted 25 October 2015 - 11:36 AM

@NealMcCready: Laquon Treadwell is making serious money tonight blocking downfield. Only Tunsil has more pancake blocks so far.

@JoshHelmholdt: Easily the best blocking WR I've covered coming out of HS. Was recruitable on that trait alone, he was that good https://t.co/r4TuPrYGJd

@TomVH: @JoshHelmholdt @NealMcCready I remember he even played DE sometimes in high school. Could do anything
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#6 tsylvester

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Posted 27 October 2015 - 05:50 PM

Two sad facts. One, the ravens might be drafting too high to get him, unless they trade down. Two, they having a glaring blind spot for top quality recievers. Boy I wish they would draft him. Between him, Perriman, Ross and the tight ends, this offense would only be stopped by them selves.... or a piss poor offensive coordinator.....


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#7 thundercleetz

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Posted 27 October 2015 - 06:00 PM

Two sad facts. One, the ravens might be drafting too high to get him, unless they trade down. Two, they having a glaring blind spot for top quality recievers. Boy I wish they would draft him. Between him, Perriman, Ross and the tight ends, this offense would only be stopped by them selves.... or a piss poor offensive coordinator.....


I agree Treadwell would be a perfect fit. He's the complete receiver who could let Perriman focus on being a deep threat. He's my dream pick at this point.

Tim, how would you compare Treadwell as a prospect to Amari Cooper?
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#8 papasmurfbell

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Posted 27 October 2015 - 06:09 PM

He reminds me of OB Jr.


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k2-_2564f5e3-aa08-456b-81e9-b7cffd9b394d

Fako, Joe Fako I am the Pick Machine!!!


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Posted 28 October 2015 - 06:29 AM

I agree Treadwell would be a perfect fit. He's the complete receiver who could let Perriman focus on being a deep threat. He's my dream pick at this point.

Tim, how would you compare Treadwell as a prospect to Amari Cooper?

 

 

Cooper is a smoother runner, more precise route runner. He reminds me of Jerry Rice.  Coop is a decent blocker but that is where Treadwell has the edge.

 

Coop is a bit faster, but Treadwell has better leaping ability and is stronger.

 

Speaking of Cooper, Bama has a freshman right now with the same body type, but looks like he will be even better..... :scared:


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#10 papasmurfbell

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Posted 31 October 2015 - 02:45 PM

http://espn.go.com/v...lip?id=14018352
To freaking easy.


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Fako, Joe Fako I am the Pick Machine!!!


#11 thundercleetz

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Posted 31 October 2015 - 04:20 PM

http://espn.go.com/v...lip?id=14018352
To freaking easy.


Wow what strong hands and an incredible concentration. He pretty much caught that with his finger tips despite the DB batting at the ball. We need this kid in purple.
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#12 papasmurfbell

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Posted 31 October 2015 - 04:21 PM

Don't forget the DB yanking his jersey for yards and still getting to that ball.


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Posted 01 November 2015 - 10:31 AM

Reading some scouting reports say there are concerns about Treadwell's explosiveness, which like Tim said, might make Treadwell a top 15 pick instead of a top 5 pick like Amari Cooper. Reports cite his subpar performance against Florida, which has NFL-caliber prospects in its secondary.
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#14 tsylvester

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Posted 02 November 2015 - 12:41 PM

Reading some scouting reports say there are concerns about Treadwell's explosiveness, which like Tim said, might make Treadwell a top 15 pick instead of a top 5 pick like Amari Cooper. Reports cite his subpar performance against Florida, which has NFL-caliber prospects in its secondary.

 

 

Yeah, he will be a posession receiver in the NFL, with the ability to go deep. He is strong getting off the line of scrimmage, even against Florida, he had no toruble with press coverage. His biggest issue this year is his quarterback and the fact they now have two other real good receivers, Stringfellow being one of them. Another tall, big, strong handed receiver. Both he and Treadwell have great body control and concentration,as you saw in that clip, just one example.... :thumbup:


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#15 thundercleetz

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Posted 11 November 2015 - 09:36 AM

@TDavenport_NFL: Watched three Laquon Treadwell games last night. More I watch him, the more I see the Michael Crabtree resemblance .

@TDavenport_NFL: Treadwell and Crabtree have same release at the line, both have strong hands to make catches in traffic and run well after catch.
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