WR Notes from Nick Scurfield:
, WR, Baylor (5-10, 188)
Wright was asked about competing against taller receivers for a draft spot. “I have attributes besides height that make up for it,” he said. “I can jump really high, I can run really fast, I can accelerate. I can do a lot of things.” Wright said he sees himself as similar to DeSean Jackson and Steve Smith, smaller receivers who “play fearless and explosive at all times.”
, WR, Notre Dame (6-2, 220)
Floyd listed Andre Johnson along with Larry Fitzgerald and Calvin Johnson as big receivers that he really likes. He was asked about his off-field incidents, which include a DUI in March and two prior alcohol-related offenses in college. “Just immaturity,” Floyd said. “You know, people all the time have mistakes like this. Unfortunately, it happened to me on a big stage going across the nation. It’s about moving forward. It’s about making sure you don’t make the same mistake again and just keeping a positive head and staying on the positive side of things.” Floyd said he went to alcohol classes at Notre Dame and started going out less after his incidents.
, WR, Georgia Tech (6-4, 215)
The big-bodied receiver anticipates running a blistering 40 time. “I’ve been clocked in the low 4s, 4.4s,” he said. “I’m thinking about running a 4.3 but, you know, whatever happens on Sunday happens.” Hill said he had a 40-inch vertical as recently as two weeks ago.
, WR, South Carolina (6-3, 216)
Jeffery weighed in much lighter than the 230 pounds he played at in his final college esason. He said he lost the weight by “just working hard, just eating right. I just feel like I’m in shape and feel better, like a lot lighter.” Jeffery said he hopes to run a 4.4 or 4.5 40 and that he thinks he has the best hands in the draft.