I think the arrow is definitely pointing up for Alshon Jeffery, especially since Michael Floyd opted to sit himself down for post-season all-star games.
How is Alshon Jeffrey, if not the top receiver, one of the top 2 or 3 receivers in this class? Tons of teams need wide-outs this year, there's solid talent at the top of the list, and I am willing to bet he doesn't get past San Francisco late in the first.
What's scary is, at the C1 Bowl, despite everybody calling him "fat and out of shape" he still out classed a corner back that a lot of naysayers have in their cream of the crop for this class... Imagine how good he could be if he were "in-shape."
He has top 10 talent and if he bridges a few gaps at the combine, he could easily move into the top 10 or 15 on draft day.
If he is still on the board when SF picks at 30, I would be absolutely stunned.
Last edited by nfldraftnerd : 02-12-2012 at 01:18 AM.