NFL Draft 2016: 10 Best BIG Wide Receivers Giants Should Target
By Neal Lynch
7. Geronimo Allison (Illinois Fighting Illini)
6 feet 3 inches, 200 pounds
40 yard dash: 4.67 seconds
Vertical Jump: 33.0 inches
Broad Jump: 127.0 inches (10 feet, 7 inches)
3 cone drill: 7.40 seconds
20 yard shuttle: 4.28 seconds
60 yard shuttle: 11.54 seconds
Projected Round: 3-5
WalterFootball.com ranked Geronimo as the 14th best wideout in the draft.
Geronimo dominated defensive backs at the East-West Shrine Game, earning him a trip to the Senior Bowl, where he continued to impress. Uses size to produce scores in the red-zone.
Has quickness for his size and runs good routes. Big, soft hands. Very good at attacking the football away from his body and locking it in.
From NFL.com: Able to high-point passes. Able to stick the landing when making a touch catch near the boundary. Focus drops were an issue this year. Had drop rate of just over 11 percent this year. Inability to consistently create separation.
Needs to improve his strength.
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