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Discussion in 'Miami Dolphins Forum' started by ATVZ400, Jul 3, 2008.
Interesting, I wonder who'll make the cut.
IMHO it will be Ginn, Wilford, Hagan, Bess, and most likely Foster if he shows he can return kicks well enough. Don't rule out a FA like Glenn from Dallas.
Few surprises sure. Even fewer surprises for opposing defenses.
Wait, replace Ginn on punts?
Are we not planning on having do special teams returns anymore? He was turning that part of his game up end of the season.
Im really hoping Bess makes the roster. I think im unlike everyone here int he sense that i like Ginn returning kicks, but if he emerges as our clear #1 receiver this year, why put him in harms way on kickoffs if we can get a guy like maybe bess, or foster to stick around and do that kind of thing. I know Ginn's speed is huge to consider on the returns... but.. id say is more important to have him on the field as our #1 receiver Im happy either way... but just my 2 cents.
Foster over Camarillo?
My picks are Ginn, Wilford, Hagan, Bess and Camarillo. Ginn and Wilford will no doubt make the team. Hagan has more experience than the last two. Bess has been good this off-season according to a lot of reports and Camarillo is a good route runner. He also displayed good speed (i.e. vs Ravens) and good route running (i.e vs NE). Foster will go to PS imo.
O my gosh if John Dunlap makes this team that would be great he is going to be a good player. Here are some college stats.
#1 John Dunlap | WR
Born: January 3, 1986
Hometown: Hollywood, FL
Weight: 218 lbs. Age: 22
REC 45 | YDS 375 | TD 3
Here are some more stats
Now rember he did not have a quarter back for the years he was there. Look at the yard after catch from the last two years.
Yeah Ginn is very valuable on returns. We need to give him as many touches as we can.
Hopefully Bess can turn into a good slot guy for us.
Yeah, I watched alot of Hawaii games. He looked pretty good. Hopefully he'll translate well to the NFL.
I love Bess's Character, after that 15 month stint, it would have been easy for Devone Bess to pack it in an give up.
But he never did, I like that.
However Jayson Foster and his 4.2 and Hagan are better bets...
Then why not this? Ginn, Wilford, Hagan, Bess, and Foster as I suggested earlier. Who else would you see in there?
This is very true.
I see Bess like Steve Smith. Hands of glue and he knows how to find the open area.
I'll take a sure handed WR over a speedy guy with so-so hands anytime.
Wow this perfectly sums it up for me. Very nice Regan. I mean a top 3 or Wilford, Ginn, and Hagan will scare nobody and I like all 3 guys.
You're probably right, I just get the feeling this administration isn't high on Camarillo and Foster's super fast so he would be good for ST's. But no need to split hairs, either one is fine with me.