Broncos, UDFA. Toledo: Junior who has declared for 2012 draft. Below-average size.
Positives: Good vision. Adjusts well to errant passes. Moves well in open field. RB running style. Good acceleration. Above-average speed. Hands catcher. Good balance after contact and holds ball well through traffic. Can track passes over outside shoulder. Decisive KR with reliable hands. Adequate upper-body strength.
Negatives: Suspect ball security. Lacks route-tree experience — used mostly on screens in college.
Projection: Though he may currently only be sixth on the WR depth chart in Denver, his versatility will help him contribute to team right away. He may already be their best slot WR, and hopefully, he gets to start at the slot with Peyton Manning throwing to him — a position that has helped Austin Collie, Blair White, Brandon Stokley and others in the past. Drafting him is a risky proposition, though, since he could either be last on their depth chart or their starting slot WR. Draft as a 2012 bench player with WR2 potential.