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YAYareaRB
09-14-2008, 11:51 PM
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6'6" 220 lbs WR
In 2007 he caught 57 passes (No. 6 all-time at Cal Poly) for 1,467 yards and 18 touchdowns.

I work a security job with this guy and he definitely is 6'6" and a chiseled 220. They say he runs a 11.0 100 so I don't know who that would convert to his 40 time. Not only does he have the size, but he has dominant numbers as well. I know it's FCS but still, where do you see him going if he declares? He's poised for a monster season and is a workout warrior. Heading into the season as the FCS' all time leader in career touchdowns, receiving yards and yards per catch.

SuperKevin
09-14-2008, 11:54 PM
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6'6" 220 lbs WR
In 2007 he caught 57 passes (No. 6 all-time at Cal Poly) for 1,467 yards and 18 touchdowns.

I work a security job with this guy and he definitely is 6'6" and a chiseled 220. They say he runs a 11.0 100 so I don't know who that would convert to his 40 time. Not only does he have the size, but he has dominant numbers as well. I know it's FCS but still, where do you see him going if he declares? He's poised for a monster season and is a workout warrior. Heading into the season as the FCS' all time leader in career touchdowns, receiving yards and yards per catch.

I've heard he's a 4.55-4.6 guy. Not the best speed but it's not horrible. He actually reminds me a lot of 49ers TE Delanie Walker. Productive, big bodied small schooler who's size and strength will make him a dangerous tight end.

jnew76
09-15-2008, 04:55 AM
He would have to put on weight to play tight end in the pros and I don't know if his frame will allow him to do it. I think the 4.55-4.6 range is pretty accurate. I think he is a similar, but not as polished James Hardy type who will be a Red Zone option in the NFL.