Quiet Achiever: Why Golden Tate’s Skillset Sets Him Apart From The Rest

April 10, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Unlucky 13. 
That's the exact number of days that are left to countdown, speculate and determine just which players are going where in the 2010 NFL Draft, and ultimately decide who will be a draft success or a draft bust.
However, the number 13 may not prove so unlucky for potential wide receiver star pick Golden Tate, who has made a name for himself after his impressive 2009 campaign. 
When Golden Tate first arrived on the scene at Notre Dame in 2007, it's safe to say that he raised a few eyebrows.  With a name like Golden, it was easy for fans to consider Tate as a possible run of the mill type wide receiver who would never do anything more than make a few catches for touchdowns while he helps Jimmy Clausen further increase his draft possibilities.
A quiet achiever for the most part, Golden Tate let his play do the talking, and as a spectator of the game, I am absolutely fine with that.  However, Tate's college days are over, and with the Draft...

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