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    Default Re: A Dead Horse Worth Beating (Emory Hunt)

    Quote Originally Posted by BisonTru View Post
    Iirc he had him 7th or so. He had the same pale skin issues that plague Wentz.


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    His 2017 Draft Rankings:

    1) Deshaun Watson (Clemson)
    2) Patrick Mahomes (Texas Tech)
    3) Deshone Kizer (Notre Dame)
    4) Phillip Walker (Temple)
    5) Jerod Evans (Virginia Tech)
    6) David Washington (Old Dominion)
    7) Alex Torgerson (Penn)
    8) Josh Dobbs (Tennessee)
    9) Josh Straughan (Southern Illinois)
    10) Nathan Peterman (Pitt)
    11) Mitch Trubisky (North Carolina)
    12) Antonio Pipkin (Tiffin)
    13) Seth Russell (Baylor)
    14) Brad Kaya (Miami)
    15) Jack Nelson (Winona State)
    16) Sefo Liufau (Colorado)
    17) KD Humphries (Murray State)
    18) Luke Papilion (Sioux Falls)
    19) Davis Webb (California)
    20) Malcolm Bell (North Carolina Central)
    21) Justin Dvorak (Colorado Mines)
    22) Patrick Towles (Boston College)
    23) Brady Gustafson (Montana)
    24) CJ Beathard (Iowa)
    25) Mitch Leidner (Minnesota)
    26) Dillon Buechel (Duquesne)
    27) Trevor Knight (Texas A&M)
    28) Dane Evans (Tulsa)
    29) Chad Kelly (Ole Miss)
    30) Aaron Bailey (Northern Iowa)
    31) Zach Terrell (Western Michigan)
    32) Greg Ward (Houston)
    33) Cooper Rush (Central Michigan)
    34) Zach Conque (Stephen F. Austin)
    35) Gunner Kiel (Cincinnati)
    36) Nick Mullins (Southern Mississippi)
    37) Wes Lunt (Illinois)
    38) Tommy Armstrong (Nebraska)
    39) Don King III (Slippery Rock)
    40) Ronald Butler III (Tennessee State)
    41) Ryan Higgins (Louisiana Tech)
    42) Greg Windham (Ohio)
    43) Nick Shafnisky (Lehigh)
    44) Kevin Lacey (Tuskegee)
    45) Trey Green (Prairie View A&M)
    46) Averion Hurts (Texas Southern)
    47) Jeremy Johnson (Auburn)
    48) Zach Drayer (St. Francis)
    49) Eli Jenkins (Jacksonville State)
    50) Bart Houston (Wisconsin)

    Best ranking: Deshaun Watson at #1. Worst Ranking: Kyle Sloter at nothing. Apparently Hunt wasn't familiar with him, but familiar with pretty much every QB that snapped on a chinstrap last year. Overall, a few good ranking but a ton of what the heck is he drinking when he does these?
    Hail the BISON!!!

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    Default Re: A Dead Horse Worth Beating (Emory Hunt)

    I noticed that many of his to QB prospects each year seem to share a similar trait...
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    they tend to play in more of a wide open college-style chuck the ball all over the field kind of offense.

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    Default Re: A Dead Horse Worth Beating (Emory Hunt)

    Quote Originally Posted by oldmantutters View Post
    I noticed that many of his to QB prospects each year seem to share a similar trait...
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    they tend to play in more of a wide open college-style chuck the ball all over the field kind of offense.

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    I.E. run no huddle to keep the defense vanilla, spread them out with simple reads. (Oh and look to the sideline so the coach can tell everyone the audible.)
    When you are dead, you don't know you are dead. It is difficult only for others.

    It is the same when you are stupid.

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    Default Re: A Dead Horse Worth Beating (Emory Hunt)

    Quote Originally Posted by Christopher Moen View Post
    His 2017 Draft Rankings:

    1) Deshaun Watson (Clemson)
    2) Patrick Mahomes (Texas Tech)
    3) Deshone Kizer (Notre Dame)
    4) Phillip Walker (Temple)
    5) Jerod Evans (Virginia Tech)
    6) David Washington (Old Dominion)
    7) Alex Torgerson (Penn)
    8) Josh Dobbs (Tennessee)
    9) Josh Straughan (Southern Illinois)
    10) Nathan Peterman (Pitt)

    Best ranking: Deshaun Watson at #1. Worst Ranking: Kyle Sloter at nothing. Apparently Hunt wasn't familiar with him, but familiar with pretty much every QB that snapped on a chinstrap last year. Overall, a few good ranking but a ton of what the heck is he drinking when he does these?
    Nailed it! He's back to being an expert and has his credibility back.

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