WR Kendrick Mosley: A Playmaker

Player Profile: WR Kendrick Mosley

Kendrick Mosley one of the greatest wide receivers in MAC and Western Michigan University history has graduated and now is moving on to the next level. Mosley lead the Broncos in catches this season with 77 for 1,019 yards and 6 touchdowns he also returned punts. Mosley who was a playmaker for Western is a Florida native had the chance to go to the University of Miami but decided that Western Michigan was a better fit for him.

"The coach that recruited me to Western told me that, if I went to Western that I would have the chance to make it to the next level. That I would have the chance to play right away and make a name for myself," said Mosley. "Miami told me that I would have to sit behind guys like Reggie Wayne and Santana Moss and Western said I would play as a freshman."

Mosley sometimes thinks about what life would be like if he had gone to Miami.

"I'd be lying if I didn't sometimes wonder what it would have been like if I did end up going to Miami, but I don't have any regrets," said Mosley.

Mosley who is 6-2 210 pounds and runs a 4.40 40 and has a 40 inch vertical jump will have an opportunity to show his skills at the NFL level. But he knows that he has something to work on, and plans to do that since his season is over.

"I think my biggest strengths is my commitment, my passion and my quickness," said Mosley. "I think I need to work on my explosiveness and I plan to do that now that season is over and I'm starting to work-out hard, as well as getting mental and physical ready to make in the NFL, I have dedicated myself to football each and every day, by eating right, weight training and doing whatever it takes to make a successful NFL football player. "

Mosley just wants to get the ball into his hands to be able to make plays but he thinks of himself more of a receiver first and then a punt return. Mosley is also a leader, but he doesn't do it by screaming more of a leader by example.

"My teammates associate me as a leader, they but the faith in me when play needs to be made on the field that I'm going to make that play," said Mosley. "They know that I'm going to play every play as it was my last and I'm going to leave everything on the field."

Mosley just wants to get an opportunity to show what he can do and come April he could be a late round draft choice or will be an un-drafted rookie free agent and will have a great shot to make someone NFL teams roster since he is a playmaker.


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