Originally Posted by Giantsfan1080
His freshman year we used him more as a deep threat and then this year we almost never had him run a route more than 10-15 yards. He has great hands and like you said is still learning the position but his upside is that of a 1st round pick. He'll be able to play in any offensive system in the NFL. He's going to test much faster at the Combine than everyone believes also. Yes rumor is right now he's leaning towards staying but he is older than your average JR so I'm not convinced just yet. Teams are going to fall in love with him in interviews as well.
It's still hard for me to buy that a guy who generated less than 10(I did the work on it earlier, think it was 7) receptions all year of 20+ yards going in that range. There's some scheme things, you're absolutely right...but still. A guy like Sanu should be able to generate more big plays, both down the field and after the catch.