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Michael Floyd set a single-season record with 95 receptions for the Fighting Irish of Notre Dame last season. His career-high 1,106 receiving yards and eight touchdowns in 2011 should make him a top-10 pick, but some scouts will focus on his injury history and run-ins with the law.
In March of 2011 Floyd received probation after he was arrested for drunken driving on the Notre Dame campus. He also pled guilty to underage consumption of alcohol in May of 2009.
Floyd will leave Notre Dame as the most prolific wide receiver in school history and many are comparing him to former first-round pick Dwayne Bowe.
Given his size and frame, the potential is there for a very good NFL career.
The Penalty Flag's Mike Presley has Floyd joining Cam Newton to make a 1-2 punch to be reckoned with;
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Harrison Smith from Notre Dame exhibits great ball skills, takes proper angles towards the pass and has the ability to adjust to make a play.
He has the idea size for a safety and has the ability to assist in run support as a solid tackler.
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