CBS' 2012 NFL Draft Prospects: Wide Receivers

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  1. Wisdom

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    CBS' 2012 NFL Draft Prospects: Wide Receivers
    As of May 22, 2011
    1. #38 Keith Nichol - Michigan State University
    2. #58 Danny Roane - Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
    3. #60 Logan Gray - University of Colorado
    4. #68 Jake Soy - Northwestern Missouri State University
    5. #69 Josh Cooper - Oklahoma State University
    6. #70 Jeremy Ebert - Northwestern University
    7. #77 Jared Karstetter - Washington State University
    8. #99 McKay Jacobson - Brigham Young University
    9. #100 Cole Beasley - Southern Methodist University
    10. #108 Shane Blissard - Middle Tennessee State University
    11. #114 Derek Fisher - Pittsburg State University
    12. #143 Neal Hardie - Shepherd University
    13. #147 Daniel Morrell - University of Central Oklahoma
    14. #148 Adam Clausen - Missouri Western State University
    15. #150 Tyler Maples - Furman University
    16. #151 Josh Gumbert - California University of Pennsylvania
    17. #153 Riley Dunlop - Ohio University
    18. #154 Devin Goda - Slippery Rock University
    19. #156 John McGough - University of San Diego
    20. #157 Aaron Pflugrad - Arizona State University
    21. #167 Daniel Ifft - Ball State University
    22. #172 Josh Harrison - San Jose State University
    23. #189 Dustin Bolt - Adams State University
     
  2. whiteathlete33

    whiteathlete33 Hall of Famer

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    This list is pathetic. According to this list no white receivers will get drafted. However, I'd expect Jeremy Ebert and maybe Jacobson tobe drafted in 2012.
     
  3. celticdb15

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    Ebert is going to tear up the Big Ten this year! He has serious 4.4 speed and is quick as a jackrabbit. Plus he has Dan Persa a talented dual threat passer returning. I think Persa has what it takes to win Big Ten POY. If he orchestrates that Northwestern offense to a couple of big victories, who knows. Northwestern is a team to watch this year, that's for sure.
     
  4. mattharper

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    Ebert is very much underrated as he will be a 2012 draft choice but probably not until round 5 , sigh, such is the Caste System.
     
  5. Dwight Mansburden

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    Bumping this old thread because I did a search for this name and it came up here. Anyway, a while back we were having a discussion in the off-topic area about how the game show The Price Is Right is another thing the feminists have ruined by adding male models to the show and having them do all the swimsuit modeling. Well, now they've added another male model (making the current crop 40% male), and this new moh-dull is none other than ex-NFL player Devin Goda. By the way, Devin Goda is a light-skinned mulatto and shouldn't even be on this list.

    Interesting list, seven years later. Cole Beasley is the only one playing in the league. Rough times we're in, both as whites and as men.
     
  6. Extra Point

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    The question is how many aren't in the league due to racism rather than not being good enough?

    Slot receiver Josh Cooper looked as if he was good enough to stick during preseason and a brief stint in the regular season. David Douglas had an excellent preseason, played briefly in the regular season and then disappeared. Jeremy Ebert was a prolific speedster who never really got a chance.

    I don't know if these three players would still be in the league today but they showed enough that they should have been in the league for years. They would have been if they were black.
     

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