Found April 13, 2013 on
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.
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School: Tennessee | Ht: 6-2 | Wt: 216 | 40: 4.42 |
This draft is loaded with WR talent, but there isn’t a whole lot separating the top guys like in years past. There is not an AJ Green hanging around, if that makes more sense, but one of the more intriguing athletes is Patterson. He has the size, speed, and play...
Cordarrelle Patterson Fantasy Football
Cordarelle Patterson is taking an unlikely path to the NFL draft. He has one season under his belt in a major football conference. Patterson did not care about grades in high school and did poor enough his freshman and sophomore year of high school and ultimately did not have the grades to qualify for a major college or university. In 2009...
Tennessee wide receiver Cordarrelle Patterson is easily one of the best athletes in the upcoming draft, is magic with the ball in his hands, and has as much upside as maybe anyone in this draft. The problem is he has no idea what he is doing as a receiver yet and will need substantial time learning the position in the NFL. In the right situation, he could develop into a superstar...
Tennessee's Cordarrelle Patterson could very well fit this mold. Watching tape of the Tennessee product, there is no denying his explosiveness once the ball is in his hands, however, wasn't this the same conclusion of former Ohio State Buckeye Ted Ginn Jr.? Patterson consistently is a body catcher, and unnecessarily uses that as a safety blanket for catching the ball over...