Found February 11, 2013 on
One of my favorite players in the 2013 NFL Draft class has to be Tennessee Volunteers WR Cordarrelle Patterson. While Patterson only spent one year in college, it is what he did there that stands out. Patterson was a junior college transfer to Tennessee before the 2012 season, and dominated the second he walked on to the field. Patterson put his skills on display Week 1 against North Carolina State on ESPNU.  Patterson stretched the Wolfpack defense including a 41-yard-touchdown bomb from Tyler Bray. Patterson sprinted past NCSU CB David Amerson as Tyler Bray put it right into Patterson’s hands as he walked into the end zone. Later on in the first quarter Patterson took a reverse play 67 yards for a score and the Patterson Era began. The game showed the country just the type of playmaker Patterson can be, and this was just his coming out party. Cordarrelle Patterson would finish his first and only season as a Volunteer setting the SEC record with a combined kickoff and punt return a...
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