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Sunday NFL Combine 2012 - Blackmon dropping too many passes


It was with interest to see chatter about Justin Blackmon (WR) as a potential pick for the Vikings.

The combine is not doing him any favors in improving his draft stock.

Too many dropped passes.

Opting out of the 40yd dash for a hamstring issue which is not 100%

Either the player is ready for 2012 season or we're going to end up with another situation of a drafted player unable to play due to injury.

Stephen Hill's stock has increased and poised to be the better alternative.

RGIII 40yd time increases odds of being a top 5 pick. The bigger question is which team will be a good fit for him?

With the draft 2 months away, I cant wrap my mind around Indy deciding on him so soon. Is luck getting a 'break' with so many rating him high that he cant get better and the risk to fall is greater. Could Luck become complacent and become a bust? Could RGIII actually be the better QB?

side note: Webb's Wikipedia info:

Working out as a wide receiver at UAB Pro Day, some of Webb's numbers would have led other wide receivers' at the NFL combine. His vertical jump of 42.5 inches (108 cm) was better than any turned in by a receiver, as was his standing long jump of 11 feet 5.5 inches (3.49 m). Webb's bench press—21 reps at 225 pounds (102 kg)—was the best at his position. Only one other receiver managed 20 reps at the same weight, according to UAB athletic department. Webb also ran the 40-yard dash in a 4.43 seconds.[3]

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