After a down 2013 season due to poor quarterback play, Lee has fallen on draft boards. Put on any of his 2012 game film, and you will see a smooth route runner with long strides and deceiving speed. He displays excellent lateral agility and blocking technique. The only concern is his injury history.
Moncrief is a size/speed freak at almost 6-foot-3, 220 pounds, with a 4.40 forty-yard-dash. He has drawn warranted comparisons to Demaryius Thomas. The only thing holding him back from being drafted higher is a lack of collegiate production due primarily to poor quarterback play.
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Round 3, 91st Overall - Jarvis Landry, LSU
Landry will be downgraded because of his slow 40 time, but he is much closer than most think to becoming the player he is often compared to--Anquan Boldin. Landry is strong at the catch point, great at getting open and working underneath against both man and zone coverage, and he is an excellent blocker.
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Round 4, 122nd Overall - Bruce Ellington, South Carolina
If you put on Ellington's film for one game, you might think you are watching Steve Smith in his prime. He displays great quickness, speed, and like Smith, he plays bigger than his size. He can play on the outside and in the slot.
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Round 5, 167th Overall - Kevin Norwood, Alabama
Norwood is a smooth route runner with excellent hands. What separates him is his body control and ability to adjust to the ball in the air. A lack of production due to the system and talent around him is the only reason he will be available late.
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Round 5, 169th Overall - Devin Street, Pittsburgh
At 6-foot-3, Street certainly has the size to make an impact in the NFL. When you put on the film, his quickness for his size and his body control in the air are what stands out. He will never be a straight-line speed prospect, but that might be the only thing holding him back from being drafted much higher.
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Round 6, 202nd Overall - Michael Campanaro, Wake Forest
Campanaro has not picked up much draft buzz, likely due to his size/speed combination, but he posseses the skill-set to be a starting slot receiver. Campanaro is smooth in and out of his breaks and has the quickness and football IQ to get open. His best fit at the next level is in the slot.