Originally Posted by FearThethumbandDJ
except that hes tiny. Not that tiny guys cant succeed but in a draft loaded with wrs its not exactly a selling point. Hes a slot receiver who isnt explosive at the next level, i still say 3rd round.
Ellington has more off field positive attributes than many top WRs 6-4. There is not a single NFL team that doubts his ability to handle the mental side of football because of his two sport ability and the fact that he graduated in under 4 yrs. The NFL looks for smart guys. He also will continue to become an even better football player. He just gets better and better. 4.31 can negate any size disadvantage. He will be one of the fastest guys in the NFL. Rnd 3 is pretty darn good too