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SportTiger1
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re: LSU's Jarvis Landry Can Make Claim as Best WR in the Nation

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want him playing with Brees as 32nd pick of first round

Really though, think about how incredible that would be.


I can't imagine Landry falling out of the 1st. I can't remember him ever dropping a ball.


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MetArl15
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re: LSU's Jarvis Landry Can Make Claim as Best WR in the Nation
Landry is tough as nails. That catch between 3 defenders against UGA was just ridiculous.

He also absolutely would have caught the back shoulder throw on 3rd down during the final drive if he hadn't been interfered with. Glad they let them play that day and LSU got away with a few too, but that one was blatant and deserved a call.


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mtheob17
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re: LSU's Jarvis Landry Can Make Claim as Best WR in the Nation
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A.J. Green-style dual-threat receiver




He'd be perfect out of the slot. He's an excellent blocker as well.



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Lester Earl
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re: LSU's Jarvis Landry Can Make Claim as Best WR in the Nation
Steve Smith was a burner. Jarvis is not.

Jarvis is more like Hines Ward


Jrv2damac
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re: LSU's Jarvis Landry Can Make Claim as Best WR in the Nation
U nailed it, LE



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lob1284
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re: LSU's Jarvis Landry Can Make Claim as Best WR in the Nation
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Steve Smith was a burner. Jarvis is not.

Jarvis is more like Hines Ward


This. Jarvis is quicker than fast, he'll probably run in the 4.6s at the combine next year.

That said he's almost unguardable in the slot right now with how quick he is and the precision of his routes. He'll be a starting slot receiver in the NFL in 2014, BLEE DAT.


KG5989
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re: LSU's Jarvis Landry Can Make Claim as Best WR in the Nation
Jarvis is a stud. While i wont call him the best WR in the nation because hes not really a #1 WR, hes an awesome #2. Plus, Jordan Matthews and Mike Evans are the best WRs in the nation IMO. But, Jarvis is right up there with them.

Reason I dont think he will be in the 1st is because hes more of a #2 WR. Hes a blend of Anquain Boldin and Victor Cruz and Steve Smith. I see him going in the 2nd round to a really good team, and he makes an impact from day 1. If he goes to a team with a great QB, lookout. He will be a stud. Def will make an impact on special teams too.
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Phil2012
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re: LSU's Jarvis Landry Can Make Claim as Best WR in the Nation
Jarvis is a G.D. football player! The end!


KG5989
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re: LSU's Jarvis Landry Can Make Claim as Best WR in the Nation
You are correct sir


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acgeaux129
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re: LSU's Jarvis Landry Can Make Claim as Best WR in the Nation
No he's not. You are wrong as usual.

Best comparison is Justin Blackmon, although not quite as fast. However, both are smooth route runners and natural wrs with good instincts and incredible ball skills. Neither is physically imposing, but Landry is more than capable of laying down a block.
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Tiger79
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re: LSU's Jarvis Landry Can Make Claim as Best WR in the Nation
Saints need a stud OL,LB,DB before they get anymore WR


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GeauxPack81
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re: LSU's Jarvis Landry Can Make Claim as Best WR in the Nation
Neither is physically imposing? Justin Blackmon is huge...


acgeaux129
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re: LSU's Jarvis Landry Can Make Claim as Best WR in the Nation
6'1" 210 is enormous


LSU Shreddin
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re: LSU's Jarvis Landry Can Make Claim as Best WR in the Nation
"owner of the greatest SEC receiving season of all time, says high."

They smoke together?


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DJTigers
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re: LSU's Jarvis Landry Can Make Claim as Best WR in the Nation
Both wendell davis and eric martin were better receivers than kinneson.


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DallasTiger45
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re: LSU's Jarvis Landry Can Make Claim as Best WR in the Nation
Jarvis=Hines Ward



Moustache
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re: LSU's Jarvis Landry Can Make Claim as Best WR in the Nation
His NFL status (whether he's a 1st rounder or not) all depends on his 40.

4.5+ means 2nd-3rd RD.

4.4 anything means 1st rd
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Moustache
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re: LSU's Jarvis Landry Can Make Claim as Best WR in the Nation
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A.J. Green-style dual-threat receiver


Terrible comp.


He is closer to Hines Ward to me. Physical receiver with no real attributes that jump off the page (height, speed, etc.) but he does everything above average and moves chains.


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la champ1
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re: LSU's Jarvis Landry Can Make Claim as Best WR in the Nation
Not really. GM's are starting to get away from the al Davis draft system of draft the player with the fastest 40 time who is athletic. Too many players have been bust off that philosophy. They are starting to take more into account what a player does on film, and their character, more than 40 time. Landry May or may not get into the first, but he will be gone no later than the top half of the second round.


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dboyback
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re: LSU's Jarvis Landry Can Make Claim as Best WR in the Nation
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he'll probably run in the 4.6s at the combine next year.


I'd bet money he faster than that. He not marcus colston slow dude trust me


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