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Old 03-22-2013   #93
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Default Re: Texans to go WR heavy in Draft

Going to need to look really heavily at this guy, for our WR pick:

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Jaris Danley, WR, SWGU
6' 3" 214 lbs.

Pros: Good height, really knows how to come back to under thrown passes. Led his team in the unique stat of Comebacks To Under-thrown Deep Passes helping his un-draftable QB achieve conference-leading stats in the areas of completions and yardage.

Cons: Doesn't fight off CBs at the line of scrimmage at the snap, tends to catch the difficult passes and drops the easy passes...making him a liability for roughly 80% of passes thrown his way. Questionable football I.Q., has said he wants to someday be a missionary doctor in Uganda, and has served a suspension at SWGU for selling letter jackets to teammates that he designed himself, and often refers to himself as "The Next Dwight Jones."

Conclusion: Won't likely be drafted until around round 6, unless a team decides he's worthy of a 3rd round pick. Most likely a "project pick." There are a few teams in the market for this caliber of WR, though.

Team Likely To Draft Him: Houston Texans

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