Originally Posted by TimeKiller
I doubt he skyrockets though, still probably a late 2nd/early 3rd prospect. He's got to learn how to run routes and catch with his hands but that kind of physical skill could be molded into something fierce.
Yep, 4.40. You can't teach speed and height and other can be taught so, some teams will be tempted with potential to draft him in the 2nd rd IMO. What about Hill? Now, this guy is catching a lot people eyes at the combine (the way media are saying).