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14 Jul 2010
The second half of the ESPN publish of the Top 25 Prospects list is live. It includes our number-one prospect, the Steelers' Mike Wallace.
Posted by: Bill Barnwell on 14 Jul 2010
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16 Jul 2010, 8:21pm by
"Mike Wallace" sounds like an insurance adjustor, though. If we could merge his talent with Taco Wallace's panache, THAT would be a great WR.
... or, like, a correspondent on 60 Minutes.
By the way, I don't know if you saw this, but Adam Schefter just posted a list of the "Top 5 breakout receivers for 2010" that pretty much stole the content (and even the photo!) from this list:
Wallace, Doucet, Naanee... throw in some obvious picks in Nicks and Edwards and a complete lack of research as to the rationale for the picks (Doucet has "shined in the past" to the tune of 304 yards in 16 career games), and you have an article.
Russell Wilson doesn't have the best statistics, but he just might be the most valuable player not named Peyton Manning.
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