Baylor/Utah WR Josh Gordon reportedly won’t get past 3rd round in supplemental draft, unnamed NFC East team poised to pounce

Report per Rotoworld’s Evan Silva:

I wrote about this earlier this week, and had the Cowboys pegged as a team that should be interested.

More good stuff here from Optimum Scouting.


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  4. […] But the real reason I seem to care so much about this kid is that Evan Silva of Pro Football Talk reported that a source said he won’t get past the 3rd round of the supplemental draft, because there is an NFC East team that will pounce if he does. […]

  5. my guess says:

    Skins or Boys.

  6. ICDogg says:

    I guess I’m used to the Supp draft outcomes rarely being the “best case scenario” and often being the “worst case scenario”.

  7. Red Eyed Devil says:

    I don’t think that would be a bad for pick any NFC East team. I’d take him in the 3rd. I don’t believe he’s as bad of a risk as people are making it out to be. Physically he compares favorably to Andre Johnson. Potentially a huge steal. He’s just as much of a project as the average third round pick.

  8. Blue Eyed Devil says:

    Not the Cowboys please.

    It would be such a Jerry Jones move to throw a 3rd round pick, which if used on an offensive lineman could easily be a starter, at an underdeveloped size/speed project wide receiver who even in the best case scenario be 3rd on the depth chart.

    1. Well… I look at it this way: I think by “best case scenario, the best he can be is a 3,” you mean that the best case is that he’ll be a 3, this year, correct? WR is a position the Cowboys are going to have to address next offseason anyway, so if they really like this kid, I don’t have a problem with it. I think they’d only give up a future 3rd round pick if they thought he can become something much more than a 3rd WR down the road.

      1. Blue Eyed Devil says:

        How do you mean? Miles Austin is under contract through 2016 and Dez until 2014.

        1. Red Eyed Devil says:

          Can Miles actually stay healthy and prove 2009 wasn’t a fluke. I don’t think he’s worth the paycheck right now. If he doesn’t step up this season we’ll have to start calling him
          “Regressed by Miles Austin”.

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