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    Mix Bag of Current and Future HOF'er Rookies

    First up a talented back but probably not a HOF'er



    A great TE who should of been voted in this year



    A very underrated back and sure HOF'er



    Part of the "Million Dollar Backfield" Joe "The Jet" Perry


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    sick stuff man!!!! i love nice greats or hof rcs... thats when a true rc was a true rc! it cant get better than that

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    Quote Originally Posted by mooney21 View Post
    sick stuff man!!!! i love nice greats or hof rcs... thats when a true rc was a true rc! it cant get better than that
    Thanks! Yea, I miss the days when a player had fewer than 20 rookies.lol

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    The addition of the Perry takes me to almost 27% on the HOF'rcs and over 60% for the all-time rushers rc's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dfr52 View Post
    The addition of the Perry takes me to almost 27% on the HOF'rcs and over 60% for the all-time rushers rc's.
    You are well on your way and great idea on the HOF rookies..I like that teaser with recently retired players and then Bam, a sub 60's HOF'er..Great lookin' stuff man.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hrad_23 View Post
    Very nice!
    Quote Originally Posted by Alfordron View Post
    You are well on your way and great idea on the HOF rookies..I like that teaser with recently retired players and then Bam, a sub 60's HOF'er..Great lookin' stuff man.
    Thanks for the responses and I thought I'd save the best for last.

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