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The WRs that Michigan are bringing in with this class have been discussed extensively, and most people seem to have a different view on which of those players will end up being the best Wolverines. Just wondered of the group which one you guys think will have the best career at Michigan.
I think he was way under the radar, and that he's much better than his ranking indicated. He's got the size and talent to be very successful. He's a very fluid athlete, and of all of our 2013 receivers, he's the best at high-pointing the ball. By all accounts, he's got a great work ethic, and he's not afraid to take hits over the middle either. While he won't burn a ton of corners deep, none of the 2013 receivers are burners, so his lack of speed isn't as glaring as it would be if we had a true deep threat.
He'll be a good possession receiver whose ability to jump over people will net him more catches than your average WR - in addition, while everyone is talking about Dukes being our big redzone target, I think York's combination of hops and high-point ability will get him his fair share of redzone targets.
York is my pick too.
whoever runs better and more crisp routes will have a better career because they are pretty similar WR's. So whoever establishes that chemistry with their QB quicker will get more targets and opportunites to make a name himself. Honestly...I think it will be Dukes
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Agree with this.
I like Jaron Dukes. Obviously, he is somewhat of a project but has all the tools at 6-foot-5 to be great in a pro-style offense. I like Dukes' burst and his run after the catch. I think if Dukes can maximize his talent and perfect all the nuances of the position, he can be a heck of a player for Michigan.
I agree with Clint. I think Dukes has the most upside. Da'Mario Jones has the best chance of success IMO
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C'sonte York, by a country mile.
I think Dukes is a major project and may not have the natural athleticism to become really good at adjusting to and high pointing the football. Plus his high school experience basically means that he will come in extremely raw. I really want to see his senior highlights, however.
I'm also not entirely sure what Da'Mario Jones does particularly well.
C'sonte York has a ton of experience being a relied upon big play receiver. His route running may be a little loose, and he may not have top end speed, but he is really good at going up and getting the ball.
I consider him a notch below Chessun and Darboh, but a couple notches above his classmates.
I think york has the best hands out of all of them. If he gets coached up and puts on some weight, he can be special. I think the other two are more ready right now, but york will be the best out of the bunch in 2 or 3 years
I'll take him over the other two. Although, the other two have a little more height than Jones I just do not like their speed. Jones has a good combo of size and speed now. If he can add a few more pounds and polish his route running, look out.
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