The run on wideouts has begun.
"If you want somebody to scare a defense, that's the guy," one scout told Bob McGinn of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. "His hands aren't the best. Not a great route runner, not a lot of toughness inside. Somebody might take him bottom of the first round. Each year, somebody runs fast, they get taken high."
"First round," another scout told McGinn. "Everybody was questioning his 40 time but he ran (fast) at the combine. That puts him in there automatically. He's got great hands."