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Player: Jamire Calvin
Hometown: Los Angeles, California
School: Cathedral
Position: Wide Receiver
Height: 5-10
Weight: 144
40 time: 4.66
Offers: Boston College, California, Colorado State, Fresno State, Hawai'i, Nebraska, Oregon State, San Jose State, Utah, Utah State, Washington, Washington State
Visits: 4/16/16 - Spring Game; 9/3/16 vs. Fresno State

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247 Composite: #312 Overall; #44 WR; .8923; :star :star :star:star

Rivals: #189 Overall; #31 WR; :star :star :star :star
247: #72 WR; :star :star :star
Scout: #259 Overall; #35 WR; :star :star :star:star
ESPN: #104 WR; :star :star :star

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I assume fans came out of the woodwork to respond.

I created a Twitter

 

 

Given their recent nose dive in the stock market, you're probably the first one in months.

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Says he's going to visit Nebraska, Utah and California and wants to visit Washington state and Oregon

 

Visiting here for junior day or spring game

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Thinks Williams is best WR coach in country. Williams and Riley aren't necessarily demanding a commitment but have let him know he's next on our list and we have pushed back/slowed others who've tried to commit for him.

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He told 247 that we are turning other receivers away and he is our top priority. Williams is putting some pressure on him to commit soon

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He told 247 that we are turning other receivers away and he is our top priority. Williams is putting some pressure on him to commit soon

Totally just guessing here but I wonder if the ones were turning away could be Pickett or Maurice Bell. Those seem to be the most likely ones.

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He told 247 that we are turning other receivers away and he is our top priority. Williams is putting some pressure on him to commit soon

Totally just guessing here but I wonder if the ones were turning away could be Pickett or Maurice Bell. Those seem to be the most likely ones.

That would be my guess as well. Man never thought Nebraska would be in a position to turn away talent. Wide receiver no less

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He's not as highly rated... but all the pundits and fellow players from California rave about how he's the real deal. What's the hold up on all the rating services?

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Well, I went and watched the tape. The dude has an electronic 4.49 and by God... if it was within the laws of physics to actually gain speed while making a cut, I'd tell you this kid could do it. Loses absolutely zero of the 4.49 while changing direction, the agility is pretty impressive. Seems to have good hands as well. Next freshman DPE on punt returns.

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He told 247 that we are turning other receivers away and he is our top priority. Williams is putting some pressure on him to commit soon

Totally just guessing here but I wonder if the ones were turning away could be Pickett or Maurice Bell. Those seem to be the most likely ones.
My guesses as well. Schaefer stated later that he's our top small/speed WR target. Still have big bodies high on list.

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He's not as highly rated... but all the pundits and fellow players from California rave about how he's the real deal. What's the hold up on all the rating services?

Lot of speculation that he'll get a bump. Supposedly has been tearing up 7on7 circuit.
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He's not as highly rated... but all the pundits and fellow players from California rave about how he's the real deal. What's the hold up on all the rating services?

Lot of speculation that he'll get a bump. Supposedly has been tearing up 7on7 circuit.

 

He should be after the way he plays in the film I just watched lol.

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He told 247 that we are turning other receivers away and he is our top priority. Williams is putting some pressure on him to commit soon

Totally just guessing here but I wonder if the ones were turning away could be Pickett or Maurice Bell. Those seem to be the most likely ones.
My guesses as well. Schaefer stated later that he's our top small/speed WR target. Still have big bodies high on list.

 

 

So the two we have - who are both roughly average height-wise - one small burner and (hopfully) one big target.

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He told 247 that we are turning other receivers away and he is our top priority. Williams is putting some pressure on him to commit soon

Totally just guessing here but I wonder if the ones were turning away could be Pickett or Maurice Bell. Those seem to be the most likely ones.
My guesses as well. Schaefer stated later that he's our top small/speed WR target. Still have big bodies high on list.

So the two we have - who are both roughly average height-wise - one small burner and (hopfully) one big target.

Yup, then probably make room if a stud wanted in later.

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He told 247 that we are turning other receivers away and he is our top priority. Williams is putting some pressure on him to commit soon

Totally just guessing here but I wonder if the ones were turning away could be Pickett or Maurice Bell. Those seem to be the most likely ones.
My guesses as well. Schaefer stated later that he's our top small/speed WR target. Still have big bodies high on list.

So the two we have - who are both roughly average height-wise - one small burner and (hopfully) one big target.

Yup, then probably make room if a stud wanted in later.

 

So, Jamire, Bynum and a big target is who we take for wrs, or is Bynum considered the big target?

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He told 247 that we are turning other receivers away and he is our top priority. Williams is putting some pressure on him to commit soon

Totally just guessing here but I wonder if the ones were turning away could be Pickett or Maurice Bell. Those seem to be the most likely ones.
My guesses as well. Schaefer stated later that he's our top small/speed WR target. Still have big bodies high on list.

So the two we have - who are both roughly average height-wise - one small burner and (hopfully) one big target.

Yup, then probably make room if a stud wanted in later.

So, Jamire, Bynum and a big target is who we take for wrs, or is Bynum considered the big target?
Not sure on Bynum, probably make room for him either way. Jamire, Tarriq Johnson, or the kid from Connecticut are big body guys.

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Jamire 5'11"

Johnson 6'1" and something like 175 lbs.

 

Johnson is the only one on your list that is a big body at 6'3" 205lbs.

 

Not sure who you are talking about from Connecticut.

 

 

Edit....are you talking about Tariq Black 6'4" 208lbs. ? He would definitely be a big body WR.

 

I wouldn't count on him coming here.

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I assume fans came out of the woodwork to respond.

I created a Twitter

 

 

Given their recent nose dive in the stock market, you're probably the first one in months.

 

 

He's bringing SEXY BACK!

 

 

 

 

 

Sexy being Twitter.

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Jamire 5'11"

Johnson 6'1" and something like 175 lbs.

 

Johnson is the only one on your list that is a big body at 6'3" 205lbs.

 

Not sure who you are talking about from Connecticut.

 

 

Edit....are you talking about Tariq Black 6'4" 208lbs. ? He would definitely be a big body WR.

 

I wouldn't count on him coming here.

Meant Rahyme Johnson not Jamire, was thinking one thing and typed another. I'm assuming you meant Bynum 6'1 175, I don't consider him big body but was stating he's probably the caliber we make room for even if "full". Black is the one, ya I doubt it either but I'm quickly learning KWill gives us a chance, even if small.

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Another thing on the big body guys, analysts out west are pretty confident Keyshawn will grow 2-3 inches.

No knock on you, but I'm just wondering what these analysts are seeing that makes them think he will grow taller. Seems like an odd statement for them to be the authority on.

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Another thing on the big body guys, analysts out west are pretty confident Keyshawn will grow 2-3 inches.

No knock on you, but I'm just wondering what these analysts are seeing that makes them think he will grow taller. Seems like an odd statement for them to be the authority on.

Because the same happened to his dad. They have made the comment that he still has a baby face, hasn't quite reached his growth potential.

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Another thing on the big body guys, analysts out west are pretty confident Keyshawn will grow 2-3 inches.

No knock on you, but I'm just wondering what these analysts are seeing that makes them think he will grow taller. Seems like an odd statement for them to be the authority on.
1. He's young for his class. Believe the quote they used was something like: He's one of the few kids out here that is actually in the class he's suppose to be in.

2. They said he's far from physically mature. There are usually indicators that usually mean more growth is coming, large feet and such.

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Another thing on the big body guys, analysts out west are pretty confident Keyshawn will grow 2-3 inches.

No knock on you, but I'm just wondering what these analysts are seeing that makes them think he will grow taller. Seems like an odd statement for them to be the authority on.

Because the same happened to his dad. They have made the comment that he still has a baby face, hasn't quite reached his growth potential.

 

RT. KJ Sr grew 3 inches from the time he enrolled to the draft. Analysts say the same thing will happen to KJJ most likely. He does look young... you see some prospects who look like they're 30 already haha. KJJ passes comfortably for 17, just like he should.

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I dunno where the 5'11" 170 numbers come from because at Nike sparq he measured in at 5'9" 144. Can someone tell me what they see in this kid? He just doesn't impress me. His 40 at the sparq was 4.6... So he's not a blazer either and is pretty small for our level of ball.

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I dunno where the 5'11" 170 numbers come from because at Nike sparq he measured in at 5'9" 144. Can someone tell me what they see in this kid? He just doesn't impress me. His 40 at the sparq was 4.6... So he's not a blazer either and is pretty small for our level of ball.

Usually you're pretty good about it, so I'm doubtful you didn't, but... you watched the film right? He's tearing it up and making people look stupid trying to tackle him. Also, apparently he's been destroying competition in the 7v7 circuit.

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I dunno where the 5'11" 170 numbers come from because at Nike sparq he measured in at 5'9" 144. Can someone tell me what they see in this kid? He just doesn't impress me. His 40 at the sparq was 4.6... So he's not a blazer either and is pretty small for our level of ball.

 

I usually get them initially off the 247 profile then compare what their Hudl profile says. Generally I go off the Hudl profile - not sure if that's right or not.

 

But on his Hudl profile he now has Nike verified numbers of 5-10 and 144 lbs. 144 is pretty small, I agree. But an electronic 4.66 is actually pretty good for high school. That would still be faster than several of the receivers at the NFL combine this year. Not exactly blazing fast but not slow. The reports of high schoolers running 4.4s are at best hand-held and may be a bit exaggerated at that. That's why I don't put a 40 time in their profile unless its a verified time from a camp.

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Well, I went and watched the tape. The dude has an electronic 4.49 and by God... if it was within the laws of physics to actually gain speed while making a cut, I'd tell you this kid could do it. Loses absolutely zero of the 4.49 while changing direction, the agility is pretty impressive. Seems to have good hands as well. Next freshman DPE on punt returns.

 

OK ... I guess I'll ask here then. Where did you see that time? Just curious.

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Well, I went and watched the tape. The dude has an electronic 4.49 and by God... if it was within the laws of physics to actually gain speed while making a cut, I'd tell you this kid could do it. Loses absolutely zero of the 4.49 while changing direction, the agility is pretty impressive. Seems to have good hands as well. Next freshman DPE on punt returns.

 

OK ... I guess I'll ask here then. Where did you see that time? Just curious.

It's posted on 247, beginning of March at a Nike camp he posted the 4.66 time, which is on his HUDL

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Well, I went and watched the tape. The dude has an electronic 4.49 and by God... if it was within the laws of physics to actually gain speed while making a cut, I'd tell you this kid could do it. Loses absolutely zero of the 4.49 while changing direction, the agility is pretty impressive. Seems to have good hands as well. Next freshman DPE on punt returns.

OK ... I guess I'll ask here then. Where did you see that time? Just curious.

It's posted on 247, beginning of March at a Nike camp he posted the 4.66 time, which is on his HUDL

 

 

Yeah, 4.66 which is not 4.49.

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Well, I went and watched the tape. The dude has an electronic 4.49 and by God... if it was within the laws of physics to actually gain speed while making a cut, I'd tell you this kid could do it. Loses absolutely zero of the 4.49 while changing direction, the agility is pretty impressive. Seems to have good hands as well. Next freshman DPE on punt returns.

OK ... I guess I'll ask here then. Where did you see that time? Just curious.

It's posted on 247, beginning of March at a Nike camp he posted the 4.66 time, which is on his HUDL

 

 

Yeah, 4.66 which is not 4.49.

 

His 247 profile says 4.49

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Well, I went and watched the tape. The dude has an electronic 4.49 and by God... if it was within the laws of physics to actually gain speed while making a cut, I'd tell you this kid could do it. Loses absolutely zero of the 4.49 while changing direction, the agility is pretty impressive. Seems to have good hands as well. Next freshman DPE on punt returns.

OK ... I guess I'll ask here then. Where did you see that time? Just curious.

It's posted on 247, beginning of March at a Nike camp he posted the 4.66 time, which is on his HUDL

 

 

Yeah, 4.66 which is not 4.49.

 

His 247 profile says 4.49

 

 

OK. That's what I was wondering. I don't trust numbers listed there. Others can believe what they want but those are prone to just be what somebody said they ran.

 

Since only a handful of WRs at the NFL Combine ran faster than that, I'm skeptical.

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Well, I went and watched the tape. The dude has an electronic 4.49 and by God... if it was within the laws of physics to actually gain speed while making a cut, I'd tell you this kid could do it. Loses absolutely zero of the 4.49 while changing direction, the agility is pretty impressive. Seems to have good hands as well. Next freshman DPE on punt returns.

OK ... I guess I'll ask here then. Where did you see that time? Just curious.

It's posted on 247, beginning of March at a Nike camp he posted the 4.66 time, which is on his HUDL

 

 

Yeah, 4.66 which is not 4.49.

 

His 247 profile says 4.49

 

 

OK. That's what I was wondering. I don't trust numbers listed there. Others can believe what they want but those are prone to just be what somebody said they ran.

 

Since only a handful of WRs at the NFL Combine ran faster than that, I'm skeptical.

 

You will get no argument from me.

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