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2023 NFL Scouting Combine: Offensive Player Dynasty Review

DLF Senior Writer Dan Meylor shares his takeaways from the 2023 NFL Scouting Combine.

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DLF Senior Writer Dan Meylor shares his takeaways from the 2023 NFL Scouting Combine.

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2023 NFL Scouting Combine: Offensive Player Dynasty Review
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2 months ago

Is there a reason you think Addison’s 40 time was solid, and are still keep him wr2 over Johnston? 4.49 is pretty bad for weighing sub 173, and he didn’t test well in any of the events he did. People were knocking Jahan Dotson last year for running a 4.43 weighing at 178, and he had a much better combine than Addison. Others have run 4.5 at 200+ lbs and that’s usually perceived as average. Not saying they aren’t good playmakers, but just can’t see how those guys are gonna succeed as the top wideouts on NFL teams. They could prove me wrong, but I’d rather bet on Johnston’s development and ceiling personally. Similar to how I think most would much rather Christian Watson right now over Dotson.

Last edited 2 months ago by qwengler
Thomas Meeks
2 months ago

I feel like you’re selling Roschon Johnson a bit short. His 40 time wasn’t anything special but his 10 yard split was. He was dead even with Bijan and Gibbs at 1.52. He was never a fast guy but he clearly possesses the burst to succeed at the next level. He’s worth a closer look.

2 months ago

Hype,hype,hype for a one handed catch while wearing latex gloves. I’ll let others waste a pick on a TE with Hype. There are 3 others who are legit TE’s without a one handed catch and will come with more value at a lower cost.

Last edited 2 months ago by BigDee
Chris Fox
2 months ago

Great article

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