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WR | USCDwayne Jarrett
Height: 6-4 | Weight: 219 | 40 Time: 4.60
-Positives: Playing for the USC Trojans, Jarrett is coming off of a slightly down year from 2005, but nothing to be disappointed over. He caught 70 passes for 1,015 yards and 12 touchdowns in his final college season. He is no where near the size as Calvin Johnson, but he can be the type of guy that makes the tough, clutch catches near the red zone when it comes to crunch time. He has solid leaping abilities to go alone with good hands. He has good vision to create yards after the catch, and can block fairly well.

Negatives: Although he has good vision, he can't really run away from too many defenders. He was timed at a 4.6, which means teams would typically not use him as a deep threat. Jarrett can't create a lot of separation in coverage and had some minor injuries at USC. He's also had some minor character issues, but nothing that appears to be too serious heading into the NFL.

Notes: Although it's highly likely that he'll be taken in the first round of the draft, it'll be hard for Jarrett to become a team's No. 1 receiver, as he's more of a situational type of receiver. Besides a lack of speed, Jarrett has all of the qualities that a team would look for in a receiver.

Last updated Mar. 23, 2007 at 2:33 PM

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