Re: Who will be the #2 WR?
I'm done arguing the point. I thought it was a well known fact he was a slow WR. His routes are exceptional and so are his hands and intelligence.
Someone said to define what you mean by slow, because I think that's what I'm caught up on.
BTW, Iowa.. I love how you choose the higher of the times Bess posted. Because his other was 4.59. Only Turner is slower.. And Turner is HUGE.
I just went with the first combine time I found in a search. The difference between a 4.59 and a 4.60 on a handheld timer is, well, .01
And I don't know where you get that he plays faster then Hartline from lol. Maybe off the line and in quickness. But, Hartline is bigger, faster and more of a deep threat then Camarillo. The stats prove that.
The stats do not prove that Hartline is bigger or faster. Hartline- 6'1" 186, Camarillo 6'1" 190 so if anything, Greg is bigger. I haven't seen Hartline do anything that Camarillo hasn't/can't do.
Frankly, I'm not concerned with what you think.. If you want to think he's fast. Then go ahead. Lol. I'm not stopping you. We will just have to agree to disagree.
Like I said before, define what is slow. I don't think he's fast, but he is certainly not slow. I don't see Camarillo run and go "Wow he's fast!" But I certainly don't say he has bricks for feet, because he doesn't look or run slow. He glides.