Adrian Peterson keeping options open for the NFL draft

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  1. islstl

    islstl Playoff committee is a group of great football men Staff Member

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    http://www.soonerfans.firstdownsports.com/forums/showthread.php?t=9823

    Also, I would not be surprised if Mike Williams of USC enters the draft. I think he is ready now. He is the best WR in the country in my opinion. I think he is the next Randy Moss, but with more size and strength, which is scary.

    In a related story, Willie Williams will be entering the NFL draft as well after losing his eligibility to play college football. The NFL announced today that they would accept him and that Ray Lewis would be his personal mentor, in hopes of getting the young man back on the right track. Supposedly Lewis will train Williams how to murder someone and avoid conviction. OJ will also act as a special consultant.

    College football unfortunately is going to hell in a handbasket, thanks to this judge.
     
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    Mike Williams is really good but his speed may hinder him a little bit in the pros. He will be a great possesion receiver like Keyshawn
     
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    islstl Playoff committee is a group of great football men Staff Member

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    Yeah you probably right about that. I thought he was more of a deep threat. But man is he big and strong. There is such a need in the NFL for this kind of receiver.

    Can anyone say "fade route"?
     
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    Fitzgerld is better IMO. He can get the Deep Ball.
     
  5. philter

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    It's funny, but you shouldn't group Lewis in with OJ man...he was never accused of murder, just saying he didn't see who did it (and the cops thought he did see the murderer). OJ actually brutally murdered two people, Ray Lewis has good character :eek:
     
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    islstl Playoff committee is a group of great football men Staff Member

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    Sounds like philter knows Ray Lewis personally
     
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    man this is gonna ruin the NFL and college football
     
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    islstl Playoff committee is a group of great football men Staff Member

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    Saban's comments are so true. And he the best person to air his opinions on the matter as he has much experience at both the NFL and collegiate level.

    If you think some juniors jump to the NFL too early, then MOST of the sophomores, freshman and high school kids would definitely be jumping too early and would risk major injury. They are not mentally, emotionally and physically prepared for the tough grind of the NFL.

    Believe me, it is much easier to go from high school to college level and college level to the NFL. No contest.
     
  10. Tiger1958

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    Very nice post.

    Thanks.
     

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