Posted 08 April 2012 - 01:53 PM
Here is one part i will highlight for the ones who won't read the article..
"In 37 of a possible 38 starts for Rutgers, Sanu caught a Big East-record 210 career passes, including 115 in 2011 alone. He added seven touchdown catches to his résumé last season, as well as a 10.5 YPC average that has some wondering if he isn't a bigger deep threat than previously imagined."
You also have to remember, he did all this with No QB at all.. he never had an NFL level QB throwing him passes and these last 2 years, he had an awful offensive line.
Posted 08 April 2012 - 07:16 PM
Posted 08 April 2012 - 09:40 PM
Sanu will have a mediocre career at best in the NFL, would be a waste to draft him. He doesn't have speed and he lacks great technique in route running, if u dont have one, you better have the other. Yes he had a ton of catches, but dude also had a ton of career drops, and his avg ypc is pathetic for a college athlete, especially against big east defenses.
Posted 10 April 2012 - 08:34 PM
I think if Savage wasn't treated unfairly and run out of town, that he would have become a good one his JR/SR seasons. Savage was above average in my mind. Feed to the wolves to early with no OL, kid got shell-shocked out there as he was getting hit hard like 15-20 times a game.