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Dolphins Gab 2011 NFL Draft Prospect Scouting Report – WR Niles Paul

NILES PAUL, WR, NEBRASKA

Triangle Numbers: 6-1, 220, 4.45

Scouting Reports:

Draft Countdown:

Strengths:
• Sturdy frame with good height and outstanding bulk
• Super athletic with impressive speed and a burst
• Elusive with great vision and instincts as a runner
• Soft hands and will snatch the ball out of the air
• Is able to break tackles and create after the catch
• Good body control, ball skills and leaping ability
• A vertical threat capable of stretching the field
• A willing blocker and does a good job in that area
• Tough and isn’t afraid to work across the middle
• Can also contribute on special teams as return man
• Still has a ton of unfulfilled potential and upside

Weaknesses:
• Has short arms as well as small hands
• Is not a very polished route runner
• Doesn’t get much separation from DB’s
• Struggles to beat a jam at the line
• Drops balls due to poor concentration
• Needs to take better care of the ball
• Ran into some trouble off the field
• Was not overly productive in college

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One Response to “Dolphins Gab 2011 NFL Draft Prospect Scouting Report – WR Niles Paul”

  1. Leffty says:

    Drafting a QB with the first round selection is imperative, since Henne is not a quality franchise quarterback. The Jets have shown that wasting time with mid-level guys at signal-caller doesn’t get you very far, but drafting a franchise QB can be a game-changer. Locker or Mallett would both be great selections, and a running back should get taken in the middle rounds. Check it out:

    http://sportstatistics.blogspot.com/2011/04/nfl-draft-preview-afc-east.html

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