2014 NFL Draft: Preseason Scouting Report – Wyoming WR Robert Herron

Robert Herron – Wyoming Height: 5010 Weight: 187 Age when drafted: 22 Hometown: Los Angeles, CA Position: WR Collegiate Number: 6 Combine notables: N/A Games Viewed: 2012 – Texas, Colorado State, Boise State, San Diego State, UNLV  BACKGROUND: Robert Herron attended Dorsey High School in Los Angeles, California, where he starred on the football field and track. Herron doubled as a wide receiver and running back at Dorsey. As a...

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Tavon Austin Scouting Report

Tavon Austin – West Virginia Height: 5084 Weight: 174 Age when drafted: 22 Hometown: Baltimore, MD Position: WR Collegiate Number: 1 Combine notables: 4.34 40 with 1.45 10 split, 14 bench reps, 4.01 short shuttle, 10’ broad jump, 32” vertical Games Viewed: 2012 – Maryland, Texas, Baylor, Kansas, Iowa State, Oklahoma, TCU, Syracuse 2011 – LSU, Clemson BACKGROUND: Tavon Austin attended Dunbar High School in Baltimore, Maryland. As...

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Stedman Bailey Scouting Report

Stedman Bailey I West Virginia I WR I 5010 I 191 I Junior 40 Time (E): 4.48 Overview: How one gets overlooked with the numbers posted by Stedman Bailey is beyond me. Bailey was overshadowed by Tavon Austin and Geno Smith at WVU despite his enormous production. In the same way, Bailey has went relatively unnoticed in the pre-draft process and it’s likely that he won’t garner much media attention as he isn’t likely to blow anyone away...

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Markus Wheaton Film Study: First Draft Crush of the 2013 NFL Draft

Every draft season I find myself ‘crushing’ on a draft prospect. The 2012 NFL Draft saw my crush fall on Mychal Kendricks, Russell Wilson and Bobby Wagner. The 2011 NFL Draft my man crushes fell to Stefan Wisniewski and J.J. Watt. It’s official, I have my first ‘draft crush’ of the 2013 NFL Draft: Markus Wheaton. Wheaton checked in at Mobile at 5011, 183 pounds with 8 1/2″ hands. Not exactly elite...

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Making a case for Cordarrelle Patterson as the top receiver in the 2013 NFL Draft class

Unique. That describes Cordarrelle Patterson to a tee. Patterson brings a unique versatility to the next level that hasn’t been seen before. At my count, Patterson lined up as a back, threw a pass (28-yard completion), returned punts, returned kicks, and oh yeah, he played wide receiver. Patterson’s versatility led to him breaking the Tennessee all-purpose yardage mark as he accounted for 1,858 yards in a disappointing 5-7...

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Terrance Williams Scouting Report

Terrance Williams I Baylor I WR I 6014 I 205 I Senior 40 Time (E): 4.50 Overview: Terrance Williams is a fifth-year senior with the last three as a starter. Williams lines up mostly on the outside but will play in the slot on an occasion. Williams entered the 2012 season with question marks as it would be his first without Kendall Wright lining up opposite him. Many questioned whether Williams would be able to produce at a high level...

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