Moriarty wrote:Where are you finding that?southdakbearfan wrote:This team has plenty of speed and the WR's are plenty fast.Moriarty wrote:I dunno.
He sounds like a solid value at late 4, but also like a major duplicate. He's pretty much the same guy as Miller and that gives the Bears 4/6 receivers who aren't fast in an offense that seems to value speed. What situations are going to get him on the field and what is he going to contribute that they don't already have? Is he going to be the #5 receiver? If he's #4, then the Bears paid Patterson 5M to be a KR in a league that's minimizing that as fast as possible?
Give me guys that run routes, move the chains and have decent speed all day long vs speed burners with poor routes and average hands all day long.
If you are stuck on 40 times he ran 4.46 and 4.52 at his pro day. Plenty fast.
Draft Scout is normally incredibly comprehensive and they have no Pro Day metrics for him.
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During Georgia's Pro Day, wide receiver Riley Ridley chose not to test, instead choosing to stand pat on his numbers at the NFL Scouting Combine. Three weeks ago, the 6-foot-1 200-pound wide receiver ran an official 40-yard dash time of 4.58 sessions, turned in a vertical leap of 30.5 inches, and ran the 20-yard shuttle in 4.28. Speaking to reporters Wednesday, Ridley said that he had no plans to test again.
"I did not consider running the 40," Ridley said. "I felt what I put out at the combine is what I put out and I was happy about it.