2011 NFL Draft: Georgia Bulldog A.J. Green Is a Lock For The Top-15

December 21, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Georgia super-junior wide receiver A.J. Green seems to be on a collision course with the NFL.
And with only two weeks left until the NFL regular season comes to a close, it’s almost time for the fun to begin, breaking down the 2011 NFL Draft. Should Green declare for this year’s draft, he will hands down be the best offensive skill position player in the entire draft and assured of a top-15 selection, should he pass all his pre-draft physicals.
The following is a preliminary scouting report of Green. It breaks down his pros and cons and gives a conclusion at the end.
This is the third in a series of prospect breakdowns that I will release leading up to the 2011 NFL Draft, the second being Stephen Paea.
Pros: At 6’4” and 200-plus pounds, A.J. Green has prototypical size for an NFL wide receiver. Green is almost impossible to cover one-on-one as his short-area burst, height and leaping ability are simply too much for one defensive back to handl...

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