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18 Apr
🚨30 Days, 30 Prospects🚨

#12 - Jaylen Waddle, WR, Alabama

Everyone is looking for the next Tyreek Hill... fact is nobody is Tyreek, but Waddle is an incredible playmaker in his own right. More than just a speedster, Waddle shows off why he can play ball at the next level.⬇️
Waddle is truly a weapon that keeps defenses honest. The entire first half he's running this crossing route, now in the 3rd quarter he goes to run the crosser but turns it up field as soon as the safety bites. He creates so much separation and it's an easy jog for a score.
Even though Waddle is great at creating separation, he doesn't always need it. He's not a guy that only wins on speed, he can hold his own up in the air. Here he makes the hard catch in double coverage down the field, leaping into contact while taking full strides.
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18 Apr
🚨30 Days, 30 Prospects🚨

#13 - Rondale Moore, WR, Purdue

5' 7" and only 181 pounds, but can squat 600lbs. That about sums it up. Moore has impressed since the moment he stepped on the college field, will that success translate to the NFL? ⬇️
His first career touchdown, Moore is more than a gadget player, he's a WR. He runs a nice crossing route here into open space and catches the ball in a hard spot. His hands look good here & overall, though he does have some concentration drops where he moves too quick.
One of the most electric playmakers to get on the field, Moore is always a threat to take a play to the house. Used often on sweeps and screens, the Purdue offense centered around getting Moore the ball. He can outrun just about anybody on the defense.
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16 Apr
🚨30 Days, 30 Prospects🚨

#14 - Javonte Williams, RB, UNC

Some people have him as the RB1 in this #NFLDraft while others have him just outside of the top tier, but nearly all agree that Williams is a great prospect and ready for the NFL. Check out why.⬇️
At 5' 9.5" and 212lbs, Williams looks like a bruiser out on the field, but don't mistake him for being only a power back. Williams has good burst and speed to reach the second level and create chunk plays, he can also split defenders and beat linebackers to the edge.
Yards After Contact. Williams eats these on top of his Cheerios in the morning. He hardly ever goes down at first contact and is always gaining the hard extra yards. He led the nation with 75 missed tacklers forced and averaged 4.59 yards after contact per run. That's special.
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