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Queen City Sports:
Much of the talk about Tennessee heading into the NFL Draft was about their quarterback Tyler Bray. While Bray will garner some of that talk because of his position, people need to focus on his receiver, Cordarrelle Patterson. He made people take notice at the NFL Combine and help push himself up draft boards. Patterson separated himself from the rest of the receiving group with his performance in Indianapolis.
Patterson is one of the fastest players on the field and can be a home-run threat on any play. His elusiveness in the open field rivals the best of any receiver in the last few years. It makes it extremely difficult to bring him down in the open field and he can extend plays better than almost anyone in college football. It helps that he has great vision while being in the open field which helps him see holes in the defense and breaks big plays down the field.
Patterson isn’t the best pass catcher in the wide receiver class. He is more of a chest chester ...
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