He looks very quick for his size and has some impressive catches on his highlights, including some one-handers. For a 7th rounder, seems like a great pick.
I live 5 minutes from USA. This is the school where the players were second string on most 6A/7A high school teams. It is akin to Dollar General. Family Dollar. When you really wanted to work at a hedge fund on Wall Street. Tickets are not sold. People walk into the stadium and sit where they choose. I could go on and on. It is not the JV high school game on a Thursday afternoon. It is the freshman game during 6th period on Monday. But yeah, considering this draft, he MAY be our best pick. And I am NOT being facetious (had to google my spelling on that one)
The one thing all the WRs currently on the roster have in common is that they all exceled with deep/50-50 passes in their college tape.
I get the feeling there's going to be a lot of baiting with our usual WC-styled offense, but teams can't sit on short routes anymore with QBs like Winston or Hill who both have capable arms or WRs like Harris just waiting for a DB to bite on the wrong route and leaving them in the dust.
Keep in mind that the RAS is artificial inflated this year without a combine. The 4.41 at a pro day likely equals 4.45+ at the combine.His RAS screams speed, but not shifty. Good news is, Payton has been drawing up plays for that type of player his whole career.
Remember that UDFA out of Hofstra that we picked up years ago?
We have a habit of finding diamonds in the late rounds and UDFA's. Let's see what he can do.