Mel Kiper’s Wrong: Michael Crabtree Won’t Be a First Rounder

Posted: 18th September 2009 by Bryan Goldberg in NFL
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"With the 21st Pick in the 1998 NFL Draft, the Minnesota Vikings select...Randy Moss!" Those words should be haunting Michael Crabtree right now. If Mel Kiper, or Crabtree's deadbeat cousin, or Eugene Parker, or any other delusional dreamers think that he has a snowball's chance of becoming a top 10 pick in the 2010 NFL Draft...all they need to do is remember the quote above. Let's revisit the year 1998, shall we? There was no doubting Randy Moss's talent. In fact, he had many parallels to Crabtree. Like Michael Crabtree, he was a top Heisman candidate—Moss finished in fourth place. Also like Crabtree, Moss came from a school that wasn't exactly a perennial BCS contender (Marshall). Finally, Moss had a "full of myself" reputation that was highlighted when he worse sunglasses to the ...

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