NFL Draft: Mid-To-Late Round Receiving Options

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Dec 6, 2014; Waco, TX, USA; Baylor Bears wide receiver Antwan Goodley (5) catches a pass for a touchdown against the Kansas State Wildcats during the game at McLane Stadium. The Bears defeated the Wildcats 38-27. Mandatory Credit: Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports

Antwan Goodley, Baylor

The Baylor Bears love to throw the football a lot and have sent a few high profile players to the NFL as of late. The results have been mixed with receiver Josh Gordon showing insane skills but terrible decision making off the field, quarterback Robert Griffin III having a great rookie year before breaking down physically and a lesser known receiver Terrance Williams averaging a stellar 16.8 yards per catch and pulling in 13 touchdowns in two years.

One of their newer players trying to make a name in the NFL is wide out Antwan Goodley. Another 5’10” receiver, who weighs in at 209 pounds, he is built like a running back. Goodley ran a solid 4.44 time in the 40-yard dash and is adept at making plays after the catch.

He did have a let down season in 2014 with 60 catches for 830 yards and six scores. This was after a 2013 season that saw 71 catches for 1,339 yards and 13 touchdowns.

One thing that does make Goodley appealing is his ability to play multiple roles. He had an average of 23 yards on kick returns and over seven yards on rushing attempts. If he can hone his skills he can prove to be a matchup problem for defenders to try and contain.

Goodley is expected to be a mid-round pick, mostly thought to be going in round four.

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