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since Dermonti (about 20 years or so).
I think it's got to be Stevie. He's young, but putting together a nice career.
It should have been Couch. But we all know how that went. I do agree that Stevie is making us proud. Cobb is another one who is going to have GREAT success.
I would, however, also like to point at Woodyard. He's doing great things in Denver as a captain in his fourth year. Had nearly 100 tackles last season and is a real locker room leader. He'll quietly continue to be a great representative for UK.
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It should've been Couch but no OLine will lead to that.
I think it will be Cobb. Driver isn't going to play forever and he's poised to step into Donald's spot in a pass happy offense. Cobb is built as a perfect NFL slot receiver.
Don't leave out Corey Peters with Atlanta. Sure, he's not at one of the more glorified offensive spots but he's done well for himself at DT.
Probably have to lean toward Johnson right now, although you can make a real strong case for Peters at a premium position.
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Is this currently or ever?
I was about to ask the same thing.
I think he was saying since Dermontti Dawson, so only the last 25 years.
I thought he meant since Dermonti. If it's since DD, I like Woodyard.
Based on accomplishments and current contract, I suppose it must be Stevie Johnson. However, like others, I suspect Cobb to be the best ever Wildcat in the NFL... and soon.
The best "ever" Wildcat in the NFL? That includes a few Hall of Famers
Bob Gain, "Outland Trophy Winner"
That era has been lost in many UKs fans memory but what some of us refuse to forget
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The meanest dog in Taiwan.
What do they have to do with my opinion that "I suspect Cobb to be the best ever Wildcat in the NFL"?
Is there something wrong with making predictions?
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