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Old 03-13-2013   #151
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Default Re: WRs who might be in the 2013 Draft

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Originally Posted by 76Texan View Post
Add another guy to the dark horse list for late round or UDFA:

Jaron Brown (Clemson) who played in the shadow of DeAndre Hopins and Sammy Watson.

He's actually the faster receiver (as the announcer claimed in one of the game that I watched.)

He had an excellent pro day.

6'2-3/8, 205

4.4 forty with a 1.57 split
17 bench
35.5 vertical
10'4 vertical
4.07 SS
6.82 3-cone

I had checked him out in about 5 games, and he's a very good blocker who can even take on LB.

Looks pretty good in and out of the break, but can improve.
His 10-yd split, long speed, short shuttle, and three-cone all look very impressive, showing that he does have the tool to improve his route running.

If you watch enough of Clemson tapes, you will see that he does get open his fair share (when either Hopkins or Watkins got the catch.)
I saw him make some tough catches, too.

These are a few highlights on youtube (some were from his sophomore year.)

https://www.youtube.com/results?sear....1.vGNka89bUm0

He looks pretty fluid after the catch.
Even though he's not highly explosive like Patterson, but he's not too shabby.

He might even become a number two receiver if he works hard at it; at least he can be a #5; more likely a #4, but a good chance to be a #3.
I like King from Georgia. I also told people this draft was wr rich. Patterson is a boom?bust guy. He didnt dominate juco and that bothers me alot.
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