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Old 02-26-2012, 10:13 PM    (permalink
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Chris Owusu's definitely showed elite athleticism unlikely to be found in the late rounds (where he'll be taken).
Great timed speed, as many bench reps as Michael Brockers (19), a forty inch vertical, and has future dreams of being a doctor? I'm interested.

I think his concussion issues are less risky than Alshon Jeffery's issues.

I'd also love the Panthers to pick Rainey up in the later rounds. Developing some new toys (scat back and a deep threat) could make the offense extremely versatile.
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Old 02-26-2012, 10:20 PM    (permalink
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That is an excellent point, and I had forgotten about it. How far removed from that was he at his combine? Didn't he miss a season of college ball? I can't quite remember the details, but the ether is swirling inside my skull and I seem to remember something like a tight end going back for a senior year when he would've probably gone in the first as a junior, who then injured himself. Was that Gresham, or am I stoned?
Yeah, that's basically it. He tore his ACL right before his senior year, late August I believe. Many thought he wouldn't be able to workout, but he did run and do the drills at the combine approximately 6 months after the knee injury.
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Old 02-26-2012, 10:54 PM    (permalink
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Yeah, that's basically it. He tore his ACL right before his senior year, late August I believe. Many thought he wouldn't be able to workout, but he did run and do the drills at the combine approximately 6 months after the knee injury.
Well, those numbers 6 months removed from an ACL injury are extremely impressive then. Forget comparing them to Hanna's.
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Chris Owusu's definitely showed elite athleticism unlikely to be found in the late rounds (where he'll be taken).
I think he worked himself back up from being a UDFA back to being a late round pick. I knew he was very athletic but he blew me away. He also has a history of minor injuries here through out his college career. He was an amazing KR but teams might shy away from him in that role because of his concussions. I still think he could have been as high as a 2nd rounder with out the injuries.
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