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I would love to see Alshon Jeffery be on the colts roster next season with Andrew Luck.

This could be Andrew and Alshon like Peyton and Marvin.

One of the reasons i want to draft him is because the colts have only one person that is over 6ft and that is Blair White, Alshon is 6-4.

If Andrew Luck had a big target like Alshon that would make is first season alot easier(If Peyton get traded or something of that nature) and give him more confidence going in on the next season.

Tell me what you think we should do with the No.34

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If he fell to 34 I would have no problem with the selection of Jeffery. He fits in to the new mold of NFL WR's, tall and athletic (ie. Megatron, Andre Johnson, Fitzgerald, Brandon Marshall) and him along with Garçon and Collie going forward would give Luck or whoever our QB going forward is a good target to throw to. He did underachieve a bit at SC but I have to believe that was due to less than inspiring QB play.

However if he is available at 34, we should take Rutgers WR Mohamed Sanu over Jeffery. Sanu has everything, size, good hands, athleticism, speed to make a great WR, he reminds me a lot of a 6'2" version of Percy Harvin, in the fact that his is a very good wideout, can run the wildcat, run reverses, and is a stellar punt and kick returner. I watch a lot of Big East football and a lot of Rutgers games and I can tell you that Sanu has what it takes to be an elite wideout, he has a much higher ceiling than Jeffery IMO

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Alshon, Sanu, and Wright would all be great WR picks IMO. All have first round talent. I would be glad to take any of the top 5 Wide outs if one falls to us. The size of Alshon is definatly a thing that we havent had here in a WR. He would give a nice contrast to playing opposite of Garcon.

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Alshon, Sanu, and Wright would all be great WR picks IMO. All have first round talent. I would be glad to take any of the top 5 Wide outs if one falls to us. The size of Alshon is definatly a thing that we havent had here in a WR. He would give a nice contrast to playing opposite of Garcon.

Alshon Jeffery, Muhammed Sanu, Dontari Poe

I would be fine with any of those selections in round 2 if available.

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Never. Has bust written all over him IMO. If he had any sort of motivation he would lose the weight, trim himself down, and focus on being a better route runner. Not just use his god given ability and run strait and catch passes while using his 6 4 frame. Mohammed Sanu would be way better IMO. If he is there at #34 we should take Sanu

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