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One of the best WR prospects in the 2013 NFL Draft, Stony Brook’s Kevin Norrell (a Washington State transfer) made a statement as a senior, logging an incredible 66 catches for 1,388 yards and 15 touchdowns. He averaged 21 YPC! That is the defintion of a “playmaker”. Norrell was recognized by scouts for his efforts, as he was invited to the NFLPA Bowl All Star Game. And he is far from done making plays.
Shaun DePasquale: Thank you for taking the time to speak with me today .. Can you tell me where you’re training for the NFL Draft?
Kevin Norrell: No problem, I’m currently training with people that I’ve always worked with since High School people that I trust and get results every time I work out with them.
SD: What do you feel are your strengths and things you may need to work on?
KN: Catching the ball has always been my main strength. My route running is also pretty good but I could definitely get better in both those. As long as you’re playing this game you can always find some...
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