NFL Draft 2016: 10 Best BIG Wide Receivers Giants Should Target
By Neal Lynch
4. Kenny Lawler (California Golden Bears)
6 feet 3 inches, 195 pounds
40 yard dash: 4.64 seconds
Vert Jump: 31.0 inches
Broad Jump: 111.0 inches (9 feet, 3 inches)
3 cone drill: 7.13 seconds
20 yard shuttle: 4.20 seconds
60 yard shuttle: 11.28 seconds
Projected Round: 3-5
WalterFootball.com ranks Lawler as the 17th best wide receiver in this year’s draft.
From NFL.com: Touchdown maker. Able to get to top speed early. Sinks into comeback routes and works aggressively back to the throw. Snatches the ball away from his body with impressive hand strength. Hands and body control to make the “wow” catch up top or down low.
String-bean body type. Concentration drops have crept into his play at times.
Lawler’s short-area quickness and ability to snare the difficult catch could be an intriguing pairing from the slot where he could find the size matchups more to his liking.
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