WR Damien Copeland, Lousville

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WR Damien Copeland, Lousville
Sun Mar 30, 2014 12:19 pm
  • I think he just might be my favorite WR in this draft and some sites say he might not even be drafted.

    Pretty much my intrique in Copeland is that he's Doug Baldwin 2.0:

    1. Plays with swagger
    2. Played w/ a mobile top notch talent QB
    3. So, he'll transition well to a QB like RW
    His highlights showed him to be a WR:
    3. To be very clutch
    4. That dominates the Side-Line/Red-Line
    5. That can make plays over the middle/traffic
    6. And has some YAC ability

    ... even the athleticism is similar.

    COPELAND (BALDWIN)
    TM: Lousville (Stanford) both Cardinals
    QB: Bridgewater (Luck)
    HT: 5'110 (5'096)
    WT: 184 (189)
    BP: 12x (6x)
    40: 4.50s (4.49s)
    Vert: 40 in (37 in)
    Broad: 10'0" (10'03")
    Shuttle: 3.90s (4.26s)
    3-Cone: 6.53s (6.56s)

    I wouldn't mind the Seahawks taking a late round flyer on this guy, letting him compete, and then stash him on the PS, as some Baldwin insurance.
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Re: WR Damien Copeland, Lousville
Sun Mar 30, 2014 3:01 pm
  • Does anyone who has seen Copeland firsthand, also see the similarities between him and Baldwin?

    I have to admit I don't know much about collegiate prospects right now but I was filtering the best 3-Cone times and Copeland's athleticism stood out. Then I YouTube'd highlights of him and to me he looked like a dead ringer for 2013 Doug Baldwin.
    If I seem too passionate, it’s because I care. And if I come on too strong, it’s because I feel strongly. And if I push too hard, it’s because things aren’t moving fast enough. This is my home, you are my family, and I promise you, I’m not going anywhere.” - L.K.
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