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Solo Cam
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If Marshall finished the season he would have been drafted in the 1st
He quit before Alabama. Kayshon had 100 yards against Bama, Florida and then went nuts on Ole Miss.

If Marshall finished the season strong and went off vs Ole Miss he would have went first. Not just due to his production but also he would have quieted some of his injury concerns.

Doesn’t pay to quit kids.


jimbeam
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re: If Marshall finished the season he would have been drafted in the 1st
They had several opt outs last night....


Tshiz
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re: If Marshall finished the season he would have been drafted in the 1st
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Doesn’t pay to quit kids.


Chase and Trey lance say hi

Let it go already


CajunAlum Tiger Fan
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re: If Marshall finished the season he would have been drafted in the 1st


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Lester Earl
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re: If Marshall finished the season he would have been drafted in the 1st
You’re 110% wrong

Medicals were flagged. Nothing to do with opting out
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saintsfan22
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re: If Marshall finished the season he would have been drafted in the 1st
The mocks that had him going in the 1st had him going to the Ravens, who opted to draft a different WR that opted out during the season.


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TheWhitemamba16
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re: If Marshall finished the season he would have been drafted in the 1st
No... he wasn’t getting picked in the 1st because of medical issues. You have zero idea what you are talking about


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lsu2006
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re: If Marshall finished the season he would have been drafted in the 1st
Whatever helps you sleep at night I guess. I honestly lost count of how many players drafted last night either opted out of part or all of the 2020 season.


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ipodking
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re: If Marshall finished the season he would have been drafted in the 1st
You’re 112% wrong. Had he put up numbers against Patrick Surtain Jr then he would have been a first round pick. He ducked him so now he’s a second rounder.
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lsu2006
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re: If Marshall finished the season he would have been drafted in the 1st
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ipodking

Do you have an opinion on anything that isn't total shit?


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Mulkey Man
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re: If Marshall finished the season he would have been drafted in the 1st
I hope you don't honestly believe in this terrible take. Did you not notice how many players drafted in the first round who opted out for the season or at some point during the season? Remove the Alabama guys, and it was half the picks.


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dcrews
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re: If Marshall finished the season he would have been drafted in the 1st
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Doesn’t pay to quit kids.



He's going to be a millionaire regardless.

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also he would have quieted some of his injury concerns.


Could have also made them worse by aggravating the injury or getting a new injury altogether.

If he would have gotten hurt, you would have made a post about how much of a shame it was and moved on 2 seconds later, all while Marshall is now missing out on generational wealth.

Why LSU fans think their opinion of player opting out as a business decision is worth more than millions of dollars is beyond me.


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TBoy@LSU
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re: If Marshall finished the season he would have been drafted in the 1st
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They had several opt outs last night....


Yes and Mel Kiper pointed out every one of them LOL


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Htowntiger88
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re: If Marshall finished the season he would have been drafted in the 1st
Stop it idiot


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Wrucker16
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re: If Marshall finished the season he would have been drafted in the 1st
You’re an idiot. He didn’t go first round because of medicals.


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SouthernInsanity
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re: If Marshall finished the season he would have been drafted in the 1st
False.


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Broski
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re: If Marshall finished the season he would have been drafted in the 1st
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Doesn’t pay to quit kids.



Actually, it clearly does based on last night's results... and I don't blame the kids one bit.


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tigerbait17
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Member since Oct 2014
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re: If Marshall finished the season he would have been drafted in the 1st
This is a bad take. Marshall had plenty of tape out prior to opting out. He has an injury history. Also projected late first/early second so he hasn't fallen any.


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Solo Cam
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re: If Marshall finished the season he would have been drafted in the 1st
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They had several opt outs last night....
You’re right. All Americans that for the most part never had any injury concerns at all


Solo Cam
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Member since Sep 2015
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re: If Marshall finished the season he would have been drafted in the 1st
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Chase and Trey lance say hi

Let it go already

Chase broke records and never had injury concerns

Lance is a QB with a ton of tools and he didn’t opt out


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