Despite leading the NCAA with 20 receiving touchdowns and finishing second with 1,752 receiving yards, Houston's Patrick Edwards went undrafted in 2012 due to concerns about his size (5-foot-9, 175 pounds) and lack of top-end speed.
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Burleson compared Edwards' athleticism to that of Young, as "both catch the ball very well and are very explosive."
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"He runs much better routes. He has a much better understanding of the offense," Schwartz said, via the Detroit News. "But just that availability to be out there all the time, to be consistent from practice to practice is going to be his challenge."
There might be more to Burleson's prediction than the usual offseason hyperbole.