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7 responses to “NFL.com predicts two more Wildcats picked tonight”

  1. J. Did

    GO CATS!

  2. gasman01

    Hope Benny doesn’t fall too far…

    1. mashburnfan1

      He was projected 4 to 6 rounder so he has not fallen at all.

    2. KYFAN4LYFE

      Benny will end up where he was always going to be. He’ll have to earn an opportunity for a contract in a few years by working for it journeyman style. The NFL treats RBs that can’t/don’t do anything but run like crap. If he’d have come back for his Sr. year and worked on developing into a more versatile back, with some solid route running and catching, he might have worked his way into the late 2nd or mid 3rd round…but not likely.

  3. recliner coach

    Draft needs to be more player friendly, kid gives up eligibility for the draft then if they don’t get drafted then what? Can they go back to school and finish academic scholarship? U would think someone could think of a way for the draft to work where the players don’t have as much to lose, like not drafted, no agent then coming back to college ball

    1. ibescootch

      I think that’s the point. You don’t want the draft to be so saturated with every college player who feels like entering his name, to do it for fun. It’s a business. And they are in the business of choosing the best of the best, not caressing egos. Part of the business of the NFL, is the ability to make good decisions, and if a guy shouldn’t be in the draft, and didn’t do his homework on where he’d potentially go, or simply didn’t do the work to be good enough, the NFL or college doesn’t owe him anything.

    2. njCat

      Works for MBB. Could work for NFL draft as well.

      Just because kids want to go to the NFL doesn’t mean they’ll get drafted. There is no reason they shouldn’t get the opportunity to get feedback and then return to school if not drafted or picked up by a team, so long as they don’t take any $$$.