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    Antonio Cromartie: High Risk/High Reward

    FSU Cornerback Antonio Cromartie came into 2005 one of the top prospects at CB, but a knee injury sidelined him for the year.

    Today, at his pro day, he ran a sub-4.4 40, which would seem to indicate his knee is healed.

    He's 6'2, 203 lbs., making him a the kind of big CB many teams would like to have.

    If he's still around for the Rams' second pick, he could be a great option.

    Not sure he'll last that long.
    Last edited by AvengerRam; -03-16-2006 at 11:42 PM.

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    Re: Antonio Cromartie: High Risk/High Reward

    I dunno, AV.

    In watching Cromartie throughout his career, I can easily say the kid's athletic and knows how to play his position well, but it's not just his knee that worries me. I'm somewhat concerned about just how "tough" he is on a full season basis.

    The big question is, if he's having minor bumps and bruises that take him out for chunks at a time at FSU, what's he going to do against Seattle?

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    Re: Antonio Cromartie: High Risk/High Reward

    you could see the steelers take him with that last pick of the 1st round so they have 3 youjg talented corners in mcfadden, cromartie, and forgot the other ones name... he played division 2 ball though...


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