NCAA Draft Eligible Wideouts Part DEUX

You got part one a few weeks ago, so lets just get started with part two.

 

Tavon Austin, 5-9. 179 lbs. WR, West Virginia

Earlier in my posts I talked about Tavon’s quarterback Geno Smith, and as good as he will be, Austin was there to help him out a lot.  Plain and simple he is a play maker.  He reminds me of Percy Harvin, and had carries as well as receptions this season.  He had over 600 rushing yards and over 1,000 receiving yards this season.  The only problem that is dropping him out of first round mock’s is his size.  Even small, I think he will make a big impact in the NFL and be a 2nd or 3rd round pick.

 

Terrance Williams, 6-1, 201 lbs., WR Baylor Bears

I watched a lot of tape on this kid, because I wanted one of my favorite NFL teams to draft him.  His junior year he had RGIII throwing him the ball, and pulled in 10 touchdowns and 900 yards.  He came into his senior year with something to prove.  He pulled in over 1,800 yards to lead the NCAA, and had 97 receptions for 12 touchdowns.  His a number one receiver and a team will win big if he drops into later rounds.  I think he will be a number one receiver in the NFL someday.

 

Quinton Patton, 6-0 202 lbs., WR Louisiana Tech

Patton really stood out this year in the senior bowl.  He makes he good catches on contested balls, and runs great routes that create separation.  He had a good season with over 100 receptions and 1,2000 yards.  Look for this former Community College player to be a 2nd or 4th round pick that makes an impact his rookie year on whatever team takes a chance on him.

Have a good weekend everyone, and tune in next week for a surprise preview.  Also, if you find time Saturday night UFC 158 is going to be great.  Take it easy.

 

Philip Botti

 

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