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    Re: Welcome to Baltimore Nate Wiggins, CB, Clemson.

    Quote Originally Posted by G54377 View Post
    It get's pretty scary once you consider Stephens is probably gone after this year and Humphrey has had trouble staying on the field. Nobody wants to re-live the years where we'd sign a guy off the street and expect him to cover Antonio Brown that weekend.
    Rashaan Melvin and the Legion of Whom.

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    Re: Welcome to Baltimore Nate Wiggins, CB, Clemson.

    For those worried about Wiggins' size I want to repeat that he is not short. 6'1" is a good height for a CB. Only 8 of the 42 CB invited to the combine were taller. His wing span is short (30.5" arms) but there are worse out there.





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    Re: Welcome to Baltimore Nate Wiggins, CB, Clemson.

    Quote Originally Posted by WNCRavensFan View Post
    CB wasn't a need when the Ravens drafted Marlon either. Turned out to be a great pick anyway.
    CB is always a need. Excellent pick by EDC





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    Re: Welcome to Baltimore Nate Wiggins, CB, Clemson.

    Most draft pundits had him ranked as a mid 30’s draft prospect so not too much of a reach.

    A lot of negative comments on his run defense which will need cleaned up in this division.





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    Re: Welcome to Baltimore Nate Wiggins, CB, Clemson.

    Orr has to be happy as hell.
    I am. Love the pick. Sure he was highly rated, definitely was before all the smoke lol

    I absolutely love a CB First round. Humphrey need so competition, Im down on Marlon at moment.

    Great first day.


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    Re: Welcome to Baltimore Nate Wiggins, CB, Clemson.

    Quote Originally Posted by ShadeRaven View Post
    Rashaan Melvin and the Legion of Whom.
    That's hilarious.
    I've never heard that.

    I mean, that hurts like shit. STILL. But the line is very funny.





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    Re: Welcome to Baltimore Nate Wiggins, CB, Clemson.

    Quote Originally Posted by Mmcclend View Post
    I doubt he will be playing there with Geno gone.
    That would be a mistake. One, Geno is more of a free safety, Williams is as well. Two, Hamilton playing back is wasting much of his value. He does it all and well. I like him up close to the line where he has been.





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    Re: Welcome to Baltimore Nate Wiggins, CB, Clemson.

    Quote Originally Posted by ShadeRaven View Post
    Rashaan Melvin and the Legion of Whom.

    Ive never been the same since then

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    We may have cost ourselves a shot at a SB because we had an aging Webb, Melvin and Levine as our #1-3 corners in a playoff game. We Scored 31 on the Patriots and still lost. Ugh.





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    Thumbs up Re: Welcome to Baltimore Nate Wiggins, CB, Clemson.

    Quote Originally Posted by BRfan96 View Post
    I said this in the other thread, but in a normal draft year, where there aren't a slew of great QB's, WR's and OT's Wiggins is probably a top 15/top 10 kind of a pick. This year happened to be stacked at those important positions and there was a massive haul of those guys leaving us with a fantastic CB prospect
    BR96, in the case you presented, it looks like we made a very solid pick in Wiggins... Bc





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    Re: Welcome to Baltimore Nate Wiggins, CB, Clemson.

    Quote Originally Posted by G54377 View Post
    We may have cost ourselves a shot at a SB because we had an aging Webb, Melvin and Levine as our #1-3 corners in a playoff game. We Scored 31 on the Patriots and still lost. Ugh.
    January 11, 2015, Melvin made 11 combined tackles (nine solo) during a 35-31 loss at the New England Patriots in the AFC Divisional Round. During this game, Melvin was repeatedly targeted by New England Patriots’ quarterback Tom Brady and allowed a total of 12 receptions on 15 targets for 224 yards and two touchdowns.


    I think Wiggins is a better prospect than Emmanuel Forber who went 16 last year

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    Re: Welcome to Baltimore Nate Wiggins, CB, Clemson.

    I actually really like the pick. My frustrations aside. I needed to vent, because I know Bateman will be our #2 WR. But to get the top CB at 30 is great.
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    Re: Welcome to Baltimore Nate Wiggins, CB, Clemson.

    Quote Originally Posted by Greg View Post
    That would be a mistake. One, Geno is more of a free safety, Williams is as well. Two, Hamilton playing back is wasting much of his value. He does it all and well. I like him up close to the line where he has been.
    Maybe the Ravens can do some sort of weird inverse thing where Hamilton is playing up and Wiggins is playing back.





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