So after reading a few weeks worth of camp coverage I wanted to re-open the post draft conversation regarding the second round shocker, Tavon Wilson.
I know there were a lot of questions about Wilson post draft, that he was a bad pick, a reach, etc., etc.
I also know that he's been getting good reviews in camp from players, coaches and reporters.
I'm curious how people are feeling now between these two groups of opinions on Wilson. Does the draft ranking and 'reach' of the pick still weigh more to you then the camp reports?
Admittedly the real proof is in the pudding of game time, but how does the camp performance of Wilson justify the selection or how does it help move away from the experts perceptions of him during the draft?
How has the camp performance of Tavon Wilson to date changed your perspective of his being a second round pick?
I'm much more comfortable with the pick (74 votes)
Practice? Are we talking about practive? (34 votes)
Not much, I still value the analysis of experts over a few weeks of training camp (9 votes)
he's an All Pro (21 votes)
he's still a bust (2 votes)
I feel a little better, but I still don't like it (23 votes)
I refuse to believe he is not a bad pick until I see him start, play a high percentage of snaps for the pats. (40 votes)
203 total votes