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NFL Draft: Alexander Vs. Fuller

Matchup: Clemson’s Mackensie Alexander (CB) VS. Notre Dame’s Will Fuller (WR)

Reminds Us Of: DeSean Jackson (WR, Washington Redskins)

Quotable: “C.J. (Prosise) and (Will) Fuller, they are tremendous football players. At the end of the day, they did a great job of winning their one-on-one matchups, especially in the deep ball.” – Clay Helton, Southern California Head Coach

Draft Projection: 2nd Round

Will Fuller-MugLet’s start with Fuller. We Know the speed is there. The wide receiver has been unofficially clocked in the 40-yard dash with a low time of 4.52 seconds and a top time of 4.32. At 6 feet, 184 pounds, Fuller plays bigger than his measurables.

This suggests he is coachable and gets the most out of his talents. He has two full years of tape working the various receiving positions (X,Z,W), but was also used in fly patterns and screens as a true freshman. Has proven to be explosive and clutch.

Balll bounces off his pads at times. Like to see more consistency with his ability to snatch the football. Durability is a strength. Locks onto cornerbacks as a run blocker. Quick and clean defeating press coverage at the line of scrimmage. Seperates nearly every rep.

 

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*PHOTO IS PROPERTY OF UND.COM

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