2015 NFL Combine: WR Workout Analysis

What matters and what the wide receivers need to prove at the 2015 NFL Combine

For those invited and participating in the 2015 NFL Combine, what matters? What did they need to do? How was the workout? What to take away from …

1. Amari Cooper, Alabama 6-1, 211
What He Needed To Prove In Indy: Catch everything. He can’t give the scouts any reason to go negative – he’s already loved across the board and seen as a can’t-miss. His hands are fine, but this is where he has to separate himself from the pack and look like the true No. 1 wide receiver. He can’t be 4.6 in the 40, and he has to grab everything in the passing drills. Don’t force the GMs and scouts to give excuses.
Key To The Workout: He sort of flew under the radar with the phenomenal workouts from some of the other top receiver prospects, but the 4.42 was more than good enough. It might not have been blazing, and it might not have been in the 4.3s, but no one will complain. If he was your No. 1 receiver coming into Indy, he still might be.

2. DeVante Parker, Louisville 6-3, 209
What He Needed To Prove In Indy: Don’t be really, really slow. Amari Cooper might be seen as the first receiver off the board, but Parker is bigger and could be every bit the true receiver with a little time. However, he’s not a blazer and he’s probably not going to come up with eye-popping numbers, and everyone knows it. A good run or a quick shuttle time could be all he needs.
Key To The Workout: He had the right body and the right size, and he ran really, really well with a terrific 4.45 for a player of his size. However, he wasn’t all that sharp in the gauntlet drills – seemingly doing them at half speed – and didn’t quite rip it, but that’s nitpicking. The fast 40 time is what he needed to do.

3. Kevin White, West Virginia 6-3, 215
What He Needed To Prove In Indy: Is he quick? He looks right, should be great in the leaping drills, and he has the hands to be a special receiver who gets top 15 consideration with a good workout. Quietly, some are talking about him as possibly the first receiver taken off the board, and if he comes up with a great 40 time, look out. Some are looking for reasons to take him before Amari Cooper and DeVante Parker.
Key To The Workout: Central casting. His hands could’ve been a little bigger – only 9 ¼” – but that’s about as nitpicky as it gets. Very big, very strong – 23 reps on the bench – and very, very fast with a blazing 4.35, he could now be the No. 1 wide receiver on the board. He’s the prototype.

4. Jaelen Strong, Arizona State 6-2, 217
What He Needed To Prove In Indy: Don’t be slow. With his size and his fight and his overall potential, he’s seen as a bit of an unfinished product with a high ceiling. However, he can’t hover around the 4.6s and needs to be somewhere around 4.5 while looking quick and athletic. He’s already a scouting pet project guy, but he could slip into the first round with a great workout.
Key To The Workout: The only knock was that he wasn’t DeVante Parker or Kevin White. The 4.44 40 was more than good enough considering he’s a strong, physical receiver, and he was just fine in the receiving drills, but the 42” vertical really, really stood out. If Parker and White weren’t so special in Indy, everyone would be talking about Strong.

5. Phillip Dorsett, Miami 5-10, 185
What He Needed To Prove In Indy: Bench press really doesn’t matter for a wide receiver, but if he can at least be a wee bit strong to go along with his speed – he’s in the mix to be the fastest player in Indy – he might show off that he’s not just a wispy speed receiver. He has home run hitting ability that’s missing from most of the top receivers, and if he can do more than run fast, then look out.
Key To The Workout: No, he didn’t beat Chris Johnson’s 4.24 40 time, but the 4.33 is fast enough and impressive enough to make him seen as a speed receiver. The 13 reps on the bench should help him overcome some of the concerns about his physical ability and toughness.

6. Nelson Agholor, USC 6-0, 198
What He Needed To Prove In Indy: 4.5 is okay, 4.4 would do wonders. Scouts can get past receivers who aren’t flashing sub-4.4s, but Agholor doesn’t have the body or the strength to be a do-it-all No. 1 NFL target if he doesn’t show off the raw speed. The fear is that he can be erased too easily – he has to show the athleticism to negate that.
Key To The Workout: Everything was great until he dislocated his finger in one of the passing drills. Everything else was great considering he needed to hover around a 4.5 and he tore off a 4.44. He looked like he belonged as an NFL receiver, up until he got hurt.

7. Tyler Lockett, Kansas State 5-10, 182
What He Needed To Prove In Indy: He has to be really, really quick. He’s a tremendous receiver, and he can be a great return man, but he’s not big and he can be shoved around. He’ll have to make his money on speed and quickness, and he has to be one of the top Combine warriors.
Key To The Workout: Outstanding. He’s not a big receiver, and everyone knows that, but he was every bit as quick and every bit as athletic as hoped for. Even more than that, he caught everything and proved that he’s simply a great pass catcher. The 4.35 40 didn’t hurt, either.

8. Rashad Greene, Florida State 5-11, 182
What He Needed To Prove In Indy: Everyone needs a great 40 time, but Greene has to blaze away to be seen as a possible deep threat. At the moment he’s considered more of a No. 2, athletic receiver who can get open and keep the chains moving, but he wants to be dangerous.
Key To The Workout: It was good enough. He’s a tape prospect with the on-field production what’s going to translate more than a workout, and he needed to come in around a 4.5 and he hit a 4.47. It’s what he needed to do to keep him around the second round range.

9. Devin Smith, Ohio State 6-0, 196
What He Needed To Prove In Indy: Blow up the Combine. He might come out of Indy with a pitch perfect workout showing off great speed, fluid quickness, and good all-around skills. He’s not an elite receiver in terms of pass catching skills, and he’s never going to be a physical fighter, but he could be devastating. He needs to look the part.
Key To The Workout: There was some hope that he’d come in and absolutely rip up the 40, so the 4.42 was a little disappointing – it’s all relative, though. He fought the ball in the gauntlet drills and didn’t look natural, but he’s not a full route-tree receiver – he’s a deep threat, and looked like it.

10. Sammie Coates, Auburn 6-1, 212
What He Needed To Prove In Indy: Nail the 40. He’s a potentially dangerous deep threat, and he’s not a polished receiver coming out of the Auburn system, but he has to be the one who takes the top off the defense. He’s not going to be a do-it-all, 75-catch receiver at the next level, but if he comes up with something special in his runs, all of a sudden he’s must-have No. 3 part of the puzzle.
Key To The Workout: Excellent. He was a little bit shorter than expected, but he added some bulk and was still 4.43 fast. The 23 reps on the bench were tremendous for a receiver who’ll be known for fighting his way on deep balls, and he caught the ball well. The 41” vertical was a nice bonus. Great workout.

11. Dorial Green-Beckham, Missouri/Oklahoma 6-6, 237
What He Needed To Prove In Indy: His interviews had better be sincere and they’d better be believable. He has top-five overall pick ability and upside, and he could turn out to be the best receiver in the draft – he was better than you’d think at Missouri – but his character issues are going to drop him to potentially out of the first round. He has to prove he wants it.
Key To The Workout: It wasn’t quite the blow-it-up workout many were expecting, but it was certainly okay. The 33.5” vertical was mediocre, and the broad jump and short drills were just okay. The 4.49 was a disappointment considering he was supposed to be a bit freakier. Now he needs more at bats – he needs to catch more footballs.

12. Tony Lippett, Michigan State 6-2, 192
What He Needed To Prove In Indy: Be fluid. He’ll make GMs and scouts happy with his size, his interviews, and his fight, but he might be a plugger receiver who’s a nice part of a puzzle rather than a go-to guy. Can he move? Can the things that made him great in college translate when he’s dealing with better athletes? He has to be as smooth as possible.
Key To The Workout: It wasn’t good enough. He’s the type of receiver and leader that everyone wants, but he wasn’t strong – 10 reps on the bench – and the 40 was a lumbering 4.61. He has size, but he’s now going to be pegged as purely a No. 3 possession guy.

13. Breshad Perriman, UCF 6-2, 212
What He Needed To Prove In Indy: He might need lots and lots of work, but he’s a speed/size/athlete prospect with a tremendous blend of tools and skills. Now he needs to show off that speed and athleticism to overcome some bad tape problems. He’s a producer, but he also makes too many mistakes. Even so, if he flies, someone will like what he brings to an offense.
Key To The Workout: One of the rising prospects through the process, he was a bit smaller than expected and he didn’t workout thanks to a hamstring problem. With the way the receivers rocked in Indy, now he has to destroy his pro day.

14. Ty Montgomery, Stanford 6-0, 221
What He Needed To Prove In Indy: The ball drills are usually overblown in Indy, but Montgomery needs to snatch everything and has to time in the upper half. He has the body-beautiful, and he’s a dangerous football player however he gets the ball in his hands, but he could fly up the charts if all of a sudden he’s seen as a pure wideout and not just a jack-of-all-trades.
Key To The Workout: It wasn’t quite strong enough. He was quicker than fast – the 4.55 40 wasn’t great – and he exploded in the jumps with a 40 ½” vertical. Shorter than expected, he worked out like a running back more than a wideout.

15. Jamison Crowder, Duke 5-8, 185
What He Needed To Prove In Indy: His leaping ability will be scrutinized. He’s not all that big, but he’s fast and he knows how to get himself open, but he has to come up with a big broad jump and nice vertical to make himself bigger. He’ll have to be fantastic in the quickness drills.
Key To The Workout: The 37” vertical will help, and he moved quick and well, but he’s going to get buried for the 4.56 40. A receiver this small and this short needs to fly, and Crowder didn’t. He caught the ball okay and he’s still a decent prospect, but he’s too slow.

16. Stefon Diggs, Maryland 6-0, 195
What He Needed To Prove In Indy: How far is he away from being 100% and back to his former self? He might be as tough as nails when it comes to playing through pain, but he’s not going to get physical and he’s been way too banged up. His production wasn’t anything good after he got hurt.
Key To The Workout: Very, very nice. He added a little bulk and he appeared stronger and tougher, the 35” vertical was fine, the quickness was solid, and the 4.46 was good enough. A lower 4.4 would’ve been nice, but he’ll be happy with the workout.

17. Titus Davis, Central Michigan 6-1, 196
What He Needed To Prove In Indy: Does he have any speed? He’s a great football player, and he’s polished with No. 1 target ability, but he has to show off some wheels. He might not be an elite athlete, but if he comes out of the Combine with a 4.5, he becomes a possible mid-round pick.
Key To The Workout: It might not have been a blazing workout, but the concern was that he’d be around a 4.6 and sluggish – the 4.51 was excellent and what he needed. He didn’t explode in the leaping drills, and he didn’t standout, but he looked the part of a fourth round pick. The 40 will help his cause.

18. DeAndre Smelter, Georgia Tech 6-2, 226
What He Needed To Prove In Indy: How healthy is he? He’s big, he’s fast, and he started to turn into a hot prospect until he suffered a knee injury. He’ll end up being drafted on a guess with an ACL that still needs a few months to heal, but with time there’s great upside. Along with his knee, he has a bum shoulder that needs to be checked out, too.
Key To The Workout: He didn’t run or workout as he’s trying to get healthy, but it didn’t help that he measured a bit shorter as expected. He doesn’t quite look the part.

19. Justin Hardy, East Carolina 5-10, 192
What He Needed To Prove In Indy: The production was off the charts, but does he have the raw tools to match? He’s not big, he’s not all that fast, and he’s not going to blaze away, but he has to show off NFL athleticism. He’ll make a roster as a No. 3 receiver who can move the chains, but can he do more?
Key To The Workout: Shorter than expected, he didn’t come up with the workout needed to make up for the concerns. He only came up with 11 reps on the bench, which wasn’t a big deal except that he needed to prove he was stronger. The leaping drills were okay, but the 4.56 wasn’t quite good enough. His hands were fine, though.

20. Deontay Greenberry, Houston 6-3, 198 (Not Invited)
What He Needed To Prove In Indy: He should’ve been given an invite. He’s big with speed and production, but he’s not a physical target and he was a bit inconsistent. Even so, he has the NFL look, and not being in Indianapolis might not be that bad a thing – everyone will want to see his pro day. If he can somehow look tough and strong, he’ll up his stock in a big way.

21. Antwan Goodley, Baylor 5-10, 209
What He Needed To Prove In Indy: Can he look like a natural receiver? Everyone will love his numbers, his speed and his quickness, but he doesn’t really look the part and he’s a bit of a scheme-friendly target. Hands are a question mark – he has to snag everything in the ball drills.
Key To The Workout: He dropped some weight and he moved well. The 4.44 speed timed like the tape – fast on the field, he showed he really is a deep threat who can make things happen. He’ll move up the charts after his pro day.

22. Rannell Hall, UCF 6-0, 198
What He Needed To Prove In Indy: How quick is he and how good will his first 10-to-20-yard split be? He’s going to put up a great 40 time, but after getting everyone buzzing at the Senior Bowl, he has to keep rising up the charts. Just an okay college receiver – even with Blake Bortles throwing his way – he’s a project.
Key To The Workout: Interesting. The 4.6 40 was a killer for a supposed speed guy, but he was strong on the bench with 16 reps and ripped up the leaps with a 41” vertical and great broad jump. He looked explosive and quick, but he just wasn’t fast.

23. Vince Mayle, Washington State 6-2, 224
What He Needed To Prove In Indy: He needs to show off his hands. Everyone will love his size/speed/athleticism combination, but he was a product of the system and wasn’t a natural receiver. If it’s possible to catch 106 passes in a season and still be seen as a project, that’s Mayle.
Key To The Workout: Slow. He caught the ball, and he was okay in the jumping drills, but everything was a half-step slower than it needed to be. The 4.67 40 was every bit as lumbering as the time, and short drills were hardly quick. He needs to somehow get under 4.6 on his pro day.

24. Dres Anderson, Utah 6-1, 187
What He Needed To Prove In Indy: Is his knee healthy? He’s not a physical player to begin with, and he’s not the most natural of receivers, but when he’s 100% he’s a speedster with a great upside. He has to somehow convince everyone that he’s worthy of a mid-to-late draft pick even though he’s not going to be ready to rumble for a while.
Key To The Workout: Still trying to get past his knee injury, he wasn’t able to run or do all the drills, but the 13 reps on the bench were fine for a player of his size.

25.Austin Hill, Arizona 6-3, 212 (Not Invited)
What He Needed To Prove In Indy: At some point he has to show off the speed and deep ability that made him such a dangerous prospect before his knee injury. He looked like a special receiver in 2012, and there’s still a thought that he might bounce back now that he’s a few years removed from his injury.

26.Dezmin Lewis, Central Arkansas 6-4, 214
What He Needed To Prove In Indy: With phenomenal size and good athleticism, he’s a scout-sleeper who could become the talk of the drafting circles with a great Combine. Strong at the Senior Bowl, he looked as good as any receiver during the week. There’s always going to be a big question mark about his level of competition, but if he rocks in the 40, look out.
Key To The Workout: While he wasn’t as athletic or has fast as hoped for, but the 4.58 wasn’t bad for a huge player. He showed decent hands and he did more than enough to keep the momentum going as one of the off-season’s hot prospects. He’ll move himself into the mid-rounds with this good enough workout.

27.Devante Davis, UNLV 6-3, 220
What He Needed To Prove In Indy: Was it just the quarterback? Davis fell off after the QB play slipped up last season, but he has to blow up at least one drill in the Combine to become a must-have get to go along with his size and physical play.
Key To The Workout: It was quietly a nice drill. He ran well enough with a 4.57 40, he lifted well, and he looked the part and ran well in the pass catching drills. Considering his size and bulk, he made himself draftable.

28.Josh Harper, Fresno State 6-1, 191
What He Needed To Prove In Indy: Does he have the tools to overcome the lack of size? He’s not all that big, and he’s not going to kill it in the 40, so he has to be ultra-quick in the short drills and has to come up with a reasonable sprint. He’ll have to be as polished a route runner as he can possibly look.
Key To The Workout: Nope. Way too slow with a 4.64, and not nearly explosive enough in the other drills, he didn’t show off any tools to make up for his smallish stature. It’s all about the tape now with him – he’s a football player, but he didn’t show off NFL skills.

29.Deon Long, Maryland 6-0, 192
What He Needed To Prove In Indy:What is he? He’s not a speed receiver, and he’s not all that physical, and he’s got a few durability concerns after suffering a leg injury a few years ago. There’s nothing about his game that stands out at an NFL level. He has to somehow change that in workouts.
Key To The Workout: It was sort of as expected, except a little bit better. The 4.51 was excellent considering he was thought to be a closer-to-4.6 guy, and he moved relatively well. It was a good all-around workout that didn’t stand out in any one way, but didn’t hurt him, either.

30.Darren Waller, Georgia Tech 6-6, 238
What He Needed To Prove In Indy:What is he? Is he a massive wide receiver or is he a smallish tight end? A potential tools guy, he can come up with big pops when he has the ball in his hands and there’s a world of upside, but he needs time and the right coach. If he destroys the Combine, attitudes about him will change.
Key To The Workout: One of the more maddening prospects in the draft, he was even bigger than expected, but he was even more freakish than anyone thought he might be with a 4.46 40 and a 37” vertical. However, he treated the ball like he was angry at it – he’s just not a natural receiver. That can be worked on, though. Someone is going to fall in love with this workout and the upside.

31.Cam Worthy, East Carolina 6-2, 211
What He Needed To Prove In Indy:Don’t be slow. He’s a tough target with a good frame and he proved in college that he could come up with big plays, but he’s not a blazer. A 4.7 makes him a tough draft pick, but a 4.6 – yeah, that 0.1 matters – makes him an easier sell.
Key To The Workout: He didn’t run, but he measured fine. The 12 reps on the bench were okay, but he needs to get 100% and have a great pro day to be draftable.

32.Da'Ron Brown, Northern Illinois 6-0, 205
What He Needed To Prove In Indy: Few players could use a great 40 time more than Brown. He’s not all that big, and while he was physical and tough in the MAC, that’s not going to work at the next level. He needs to be around a high 4.5s or lower to even think about being drafted before the sixth round.
Key To The Workout: Very, very nice. He needed a great 40 time, and while 4.54 wasn’t special, it was good enough. The 17 reps on the bench were great, the leaping drills were excellent, and he looked more athletic and quick as expected. It was a good enough workout to get scouts more interested.

33.Ezell Ruffin, San Diego State 6-0, 218
What He Needed To Prove In Indy:It’s really more about his pro day than it is the Combine, but he has to catch everything, no matter what. He doesn’t really have the right size, and he’s not going to blaze away, so he needs to be a possession receiver and he has to be ultra-reliable with anything that comes his way.
Key To The Workout: He wasn’t supposed to show off any tools, and he didn’t. The 4.68 40 was way too slow, there was absolutely no explosion or pop in the shorter drills, and he couldn’t jump with just a 27 ½” vertical. He’s a football player more than an athlete, but this was so lumbering that he’ll have to fight to be drafted.

34.Tre McBride, William & Mary 6-0, 210
What He Needed To Prove In Indy: Everyone wants to see the 40 time. He’s a big, strong, talented prospect with a ton of upside, but he didn’t always dominate the lower-level competition like he probably should’ve. If he’s able to come up with a special sprint, then all of a sudden he’ll get the buzz rolling for his pro day and private workouts. He could shoot up the charts in a hurry.
Key To The Workout: While he wasn’t fantastic in the pass catching drills, he was outstanding where he needed to be with an outstanding 4.41 40 and with great leaping ability – he looked explosive and fast. What he didn’t look was big, officially checking in two inches shorter than originally listed. It was a good enough workout to keep the conversation going.

35.Donatella Luckett, Harding 6-0, 211
What He Needed To Prove In Indy: Be more than the speed guy. He’s an elite track star guy who can blaze away, but he’s still a D-II receiver. He’ll get drafted on wheels alone, but does he have the quickness to go along with the straight-line speed? He’s still an unknown considering the offense he played in, but he’ll have to sell himself as a kick returner.
Key To The Workout: Disappointing. He wasn’t quite athletic enough, and he wasn’t explosive enough, but the real problem was a way, way, way too slow 40 time. For a guy who was supposed to make a name for himself on his speed, the 4.65 was a total disaster.

36.Chris Conley, Georgia 6-3, 205
What He Needed To Prove In Indy:Is he physical enough for his size? He’s not going to wow anyone with his workout, and he’s not a blazer, but if he comes up with a good 40, he turned into a possible fifth-rounder. If he can show some toughness in some way – a good bench? – his stock will crank up.
Key To The Workout: He’s not going to “wow” anyone? … WOW. There’s a chance that no one upped his stock more than Conley after jumping out of the stadium with a 42” vertical, blowing up the broad jump, and tearing off an amazing 4.35 40. The 18 reps on the bench were more than strong enough to answer some questions. Get ready for everyone to go back and watch the tape now.

37.Keith Mumphery, Michigan State 6-0, 215
What He Needed To Prove In Indy:Is he athletic in any way – at least at an NFL level? He was a good, tough college football player, and he’s the type of receiver coaches will love to have, but he needs to be quick and can’t be lumbering. He’s going to have to fight is the numbers aren’t there.
Key To The Workout: It was solid. He needed to show a little pop and running ability to go along with the power game, and the 4.54 40 helped that in a big way. He’s still more like a fullback playing wide receiver – at least that’s how he looks – but at least he ran well in the drills.

38. J.J. Nelson, UAB 5-10, 156
What He Needed To Prove In Indy:He had better be really, really athletic. There’s nothing to him – he’s way, way too slender – and he can be shoved around without a problem, but he’s a returner and he’s fast. He has to show the twitch and the quickness to be used in a variety of ways.
Key To The Workout: Back to the game tape. He needed to be fast and he needed to look great, and he came up with one of the best workouts by anyone in Indy with a wide receiver-best 4.28 in the 40 and a huge leap of well over ten feet in the broad jump. Beyond that, he caught EVERYTHING, making great grab after great grab. He’s small, but he showed enough to overcome that.

39. Davaris Daniels, Notre Dame 6-1, 201
What He Needed To Prove In Indy:He missed all of last year with the academic scandal at Notre Dame, and now scouts have to guess a bit. The interview process will be the big key – but he’ll be fine there – and the workout will have to show no rust. He needs to come out and run and workout like there’s something to prove.
Key To The Workout: He can still catch. The workout was solid except for the 40, with a slowish 4.62 40 a big problem. The leaping ability was great, with a 37” vertical, and he moved fine, but he’s not huge and he’s not fast – he didn’t do anything to demand to be drafted.

40. Kaelin Clay, Utah 5-10, 195
What He Needed To Prove In Indy:Really, really fast, he has to overcome his lack of bulk by flying through all of the drills. The quicker he is, the more he’ll be seen as a return man who could latch on also as a dangerous option in three and four-wide sets.
Key To The Workout: He wasn’t fast enough. He plays fast and looks great on tape when he gets the ball on the move, but considering his lack of size, he 4.51 wasn’t quite the eye-opener he needed to have. He was quick, and he was smooth, but he didn’t look the part of a dangerous target.

41. Mario Alford, West Virginia 5-8, 180
What He Needed To Prove In Indy:Speed, speed and more speed – he has it – but is he able to show he can become an all-around receiver? He’ll have to make a roster as a kickoff returner and a slot target, but his speed and quickness have to be off the charts to become draftable.
Key To The Workout: It was good enough for what he needed to do. He needed to be fast, and the 4.43 was good enough. Very quick and very agile, he looked like a return man and a possible inside slot receiver in four-wide sets.

42. DeAndrew White, Alabama 5-11, 193
What He Needed To Prove In Indy:Is he durable at the next level? Almost never in one piece, he has the quickness and he can run well, but the physical will be everything to his draft status. The one-time star recruit isn’t the same player he was before all the injuries.
Key To The Workout: While he wasn’t great at everything, and he didn’t always look natural catching the ball, he ran well and moved better. The 4.44 got him back into the draftable conversation, but all that will matter is what comes out of the physical.

43. Geremy Davis, Connecticut 6-2, 216
What He Needed To Prove In Indy:Not big enough to be an H-back or a tight end, and not fast enough to be a receiver at the next level, he has to find a position and a role. There’s no excitement to his game looking forward, and he has to somehow look and appear stronger and tougher as a blocker.
Key To The Workout: While he didn’t run the 40 and he didn’t get a chance to show off everything, the 23 reps on the bench were truly impressive, and he was great in the leaping drills coming up with 36 ½” vertical. At some point, though, he has to show off some semblance of speed – he can’t be slow.

44. Jordan Taylor, Rice 6-5, 210 (Not Invited)
What He Needed To Prove In Indy: Intriguing because of his size and his length, he came up with big numbers, but will his game translate? He’s not a blazer, and he can be pushed around, but he has the potential to be a good, sound route-running No. 3 or 4 option with a few good workouts.

45. Christion Jones, Alabama 5-10, 182
What He Needed To Prove In Indy:All that matters is his ability as a kick returner, making the short and quickness drills everything. He’s not an NFL wide receiver, but he could see time on an offense if needed. He has to be ultra-athletic to be draftable.
Key To The Workout: Quicker than fast, the 4.63 40 was alarming. Any thought of him as a possible receiver is gone, but as long as he shows off good athleticism on his pro day, he could eventually latch on as a special teamer.

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