Every off-season when the NFL draft rolls around, Bill Belichick can be counted on for at least one "Who the Hell is that!?" early-mid round pick. In 2012, it was Tavon Wilson with the 48th pick of the 2nd round. And according to a report from Mike Reiss, Wilson is now being surpassed at camp by this year's mystery pick, Duron Harmon.
The selection of Harmon, who played college ball at Rutgers, gave rise to laughable stories, including that Harmon himself was watching the draft as a fan with his Mom, with zero expectation of being drafted, when he was picked. ESPN did not even have highlights prepared to play for Harmon.
But as of today, Harmon was getting reps in front of Wilson, who apparently made an error on a long ball during Tuesday's practice. It was Wilson who got left in the dust last season by Sydney Rice when he hauled in a game-winning touchdown bomb from Russel Wilson in the Patriots week 6 loss to the Seahawks.
And while it is just training camp, i...