LINK Anyone ever heard of this guy??? From what I have read, he has a 4th-5th round grade on him. Here is some of what I found on him... 5. Larry Brackins, Pearl River Community College (Miss.): Most junior-college All-Americans see Division I football as the next logical step in their careers. Not Brackins. He's going right to the league after catching 55 passes for 1,177 yards and 11 touchdowns last season. His positives: size (6-4, 205) soft hands and great leaping ability. His negatives: He's a raw talent who hasn't been tested against top competition. The likely result of his entering the draft: His name being called on the second day. In two seasons, he catches 100 passes for 1,865 yards and 18 touchdowns and returns 19 punts for 335 yards (17.6-yard average) and three touchdowns. In 2004, Pearl River caps a 12-0 season by beating Butler (Kan.) Community College, 35-14, in the national JC championship game. Brackins has 11 receptions for 166 yards and two touchdowns and is named the MVP. Brackins had two years of NCAA eligibility remaining but opted to go pro. It's too bad, as he could have really benefitted from the coaching and competition on that level before hitting the NFL. Even one season of big-time NCAA ball would have put him in the first-second round, but at this point I see him as a fourth rounder. However, a 6'5" 220 pound receiver who can run a 4.5 40 might go on the first day, since physically he is almost an exact match as former USC receiver Mike Williams. Raw and untested? Yes. Huge upside? Yes.