Found April 13, 2013 on Steelers Depot:
As many of you are well aware of by now, I am not high on Tennessee wide receiver Cordarrelle Patterson, who only has one year of Division I production under his belt in the form of 46 catches for 778 yards. Patterson also had the lowest catch percentage on the team last season as he was targeted 84 times. (54.8%) Patterson has not yet been brought in for a pre draft visit, but the Steelers did have a full contingency present at the Volunteers pro day, so below the scouting report of Patterson from our buddy Dave-Te Thomas. CORDARRELLE PATTERSON Wide Receiver/Tailback/Return Specialist University Read more [...]

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