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  • Jordan Shipley. Underrated?

    Do you guys think Shipley is underrated? He's currently projected to go between the fourth to sixth round.
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    Yes, he is underrated
    66.67%
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    No, he's not.
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  • #2
    Re: Jordan Shipley. Underrated?

    i think he`ll end up going 4th round at the latest..but if he`s there id like the Rams to pick him up..he`s a good play maker..who can get plenty of YAC and get on the end of deep balls too.

    i like the kid a lot.

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    • #3
      Re: Jordan Shipley. Underrated?

      He is underated, but he is a slower bigger version of Wes Welker. He will have a productive NFL career as a slot. I think his upside is the second round

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      • #4
        Re: Jordan Shipley. Underrated?

        Slower? The guy blows by people. I don't know what his 40 time is but I go to every home game and there hasn't been one DB run stride for stride with him.

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        • #5
          Re: Jordan Shipley. Underrated?

          Originally posted by txramsfan View Post
          Slower? The guy blows by people. I don't know what his 40 time is but I go to every home game and there hasn't been one DB run stride for stride with him.
          draftscout.com has him at 4.47. I like the kid; seems like a "4 pillars" kind of guy that can produce on the field. I bet he's gone by the 3rd.
          The more things change, the more they stay the same.

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            Re: Jordan Shipley. Underrated?

            Originally posted by txramsfan View Post
            Slower? The guy blows by people. I don't know what his 40 time is but I go to every home game and there hasn't been one DB run stride for stride with him.
            Not exactly slower, but IMO Wes Welker is one of the quickest and most shift guys in the NFL

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            • #7
              Re: Jordan Shipley. Underrated?

              Jordan shipley was a top 100-yard dash guy in TEXAS. He's lightning.


              I really hope the rams can nab him, I dont care if we reach to the second round.

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