The Norman native is a demon in the open-field with the elusiveness and vision to make defenders look downright silly, whether it be on a screen or slant pass, as a runner (83 yards and a touchdown on 11 carries in 2009), or a return specialist. He only lacks size; at just 5’11 and 178 pounds Broyles isn’t going to out-physical many defenders and some may question his durability at the next level. Nevertheless, the record-setting wide out is fearless when it comes to going across the middle and with a bench press of 310 pounds he tops all Sooner receivers when under the bar. He lacks the upside of the top four junior wide outs—A.J. Green, Julio Jones, Michael Floyd and Jonathan Baldwin—who all check in at 6’3” or taller, but by no means does that imply that Broyles won’t have a successful NFL career. The Sooner may not crack the first round when he declares for the NFL Draft, but should be a solid second-round selection who can make plays from the slot or split out wide."
Negatives: A bit undersized, might struggle to get off the line of scrimmage in the NFL... Has a tendency to be bumped off his routes... Appears to be more quick than fast... Suffered a collar bone injury in 2009... Minor character concerns, was arrested his freshman year for stealing gasoline... Oklahoma's pass heavy offense inflated his stats a bit... Limited upside because of his size, will be a better number two option in the NFL than number one... Not a run blocker, seems to give up on his blocks too early."
If Broyles was not already the go-to-receiver for quarterback Landry Jones, there is little doubt about it six games into the 2010 campaign. Through just six games, Broyles has caught an incredible 61 passes. Broyles is not reaching the end zone quite as often with just five trips, but averaging over ten catches per game is very impressive.
Broyles will not test out very well at the NFL Combine, but his production on the field cannot be overlooked. That is why he is considered one of the better receiver prospects in this class even if he does go pro early. Broyles will pretty much have to be a dynamic slot receiver plus a punt returner in the NFL and that will limit his draft stock, but he could still be a second round selection this year."
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