I actually train with Graham Harrell and Rhett (Bomar), Iglesias told Scout.com in an exclusive interview. I think its helped me a little bit, get the timing down but you cant get that much by just being out here for a couple days.
Iglesias finished his senior season on the countrys most explosive offense with 74 catches for 1150 yards and 10 touchdowns. The speedy, 60, 204 lb. Texas native has a modest personality and is far from a chest-thumper, despite having that type of ability.
My first day out here I was a little rocky just trying to make sure I did the right plays, but I think I moved past that, Iglesias said following a North team practice. Today I just tried to put my best foot forward with all the coaches and being out here for the last day Im just trying to get better and better.
Juaquin Iglesias #9 avoids Derek Pegues Senior Bowl on Jan 24, 2009
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When asked about who the best corner he lined up against in practice was, Iglesias quickly replied, Victor (Macho) Harris, hes a good player. When lined up against Harris, Iglesias more than held his own, making several plays all week long.
Juaquin is currently projected to be a late first-day pick, as he has reportedly run a 4.4 40-yard dash. If the Patriots select the Texas native, they could have yet another weapon on what is one year removed from the best offense in the history of the NFL.
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