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 Post subject: Re: NYF's Top 150 Prospects - RBs
PostPosted: Sun Feb 24, 2013 7:18 am 
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Now this is the list I am watching with the most interest because of one of my fantasy dynasty teams. What is Lattimore's prognosis of actually being effective once healthy?


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 Post subject: Re: NYF's Top 150 Prospects - RBs
PostPosted: Sun Feb 24, 2013 11:26 pm 
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Killah Sith wrote:
Now this is the list I am watching with the most interest because of one of my fantasy dynasty teams. What is Lattimore's prognosis of actually being effective once healthy?


James Andrews says good. He is a very risky pick due to injuries. Two knees repaired. I think he slides into the fifth or sixth round. Hard to use a pick on someone that may never play at his former level.

The running back from Arkansas, Knile Davis, had a freakish combine. 4.37 forty. He's 227lb running back. Also has injury and fumbling concerns. Didn't look the same this year after coming back from injury. Also fumbled a lot this year. People believe he's worried about re-injury and it's causing the fumbles.

Christine Michael had a 46 inch high jump. That's almost 4feet vertically from standing. That's 6 and a 1/2 inch higher than the best wr. Michael also had a great forty time in the 4.4 range.

Michael is intriguing. He came from A&M and played with Tannehill. He had some injuries but is a good hard runner. I think Miami might target him as a replacement for Danielle Thomas.

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 Post subject: Re: NYF's Top 150 Prospects - RBs
PostPosted: Mon Feb 25, 2013 9:23 am 
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Michael has an injury history, a fumbling history, and he was in his coach's doghouse this year. He;s also not much of a receiver. I don't really see him on the Phins' radar for all these reasons. He's got talent, I just think there's too many negatives.


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