|Player||Mohamed Massaquoi - WR - Georgia|
|Pick||Round 2, Selection 18 (50 Overall)|
|Combine Stats||Ht: 6014v Wt: 210v Forty: 4.59v|
|Chris Steuber Ranking|| |
#115 out of 357 overall
#19 at WR
Massaquoi is a competitive receiver with good size and skill. He gets a good release off the line, runs solid routes and shows great awareness coming back to the ball. He doesn't possess elite speed, but he's able to get vertical and adjust well to deep balls. He has soft hands and doesn't allow many balls to get in on him. He makes defenders miss in the open field and picks up extra yards with his shifty running style.
|Tom Marino's Ranking|| |
#121 out of 501 overall
#21 at WR
|Adam Caplan's Flash Analysis||While Massaquoi doesn't have good speed and has inconsistent hands, he runs good routes and should compete for a backup job right away. A solid Pro Day and good private workouts helped to boost his draft stock.|
|Profile||Mohamed Massaquoi's Profile on Scout.com|
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Round 2: Cleveland Selects WR Mohamed Massaquoi
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