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UNM’s Hart-Johnson patient, ready for any draft scenario
The Lobo’s Delane Hart-Johnson is ready for any outcome come draft time. Hart-Johnson was UNM’s leading reciever in both yards and touchdowns last season. Racking up 507 yards on 35 catches, and scored 5 touchdowns. He has garnered attention from numerous NFL teams, included the Super Bowl Champion New England Patriots. Only time will tell if his name will be called in the next few days.
CSU football’s top NFL draft prospects are receivers Preston Williams and Bisi Johnson
It’s no surprise that a receiver out of Colorado State is expected to get drafted this weekend. But for the first time, there are two wider receivers that are draft hopefuls this year. Preston Williams and Bisi Johnson are the two Rams expected to make an impact over the weekend. As it stands right now, the two are expected to go late in the draft, but both are looking to make a statement on the teams they join.
One Fresno State WR worked out for the 49ers and Raiders. Where will he go in the NFL draft?
A Bulldog could be heading to the bay if his team workouts give us any indication. WR KeeSean Johnson was a record-setting wide-out for Fresno State in college, and now he is looking to take his skill set to the next level. The draft hopeful is just looking to get on with a team that can take advantage of his skill set. Although he wouldn’t be apposed to staying in the state of California.
Recruiting is ‘life decision’ for UNLV target Noah Taitz
With new head coach T.J Otzelberger now leading the Rebels, they are looking for a good outside shooter to complete their offensive scheme. Enter Noah Taitz, who is looking to fill this missing piece in UNLV’s offense. Taitz is an accomplished 3-point shooter and will look to add depth and a new scoring threat to the Mountain West.
On The Horizon:
Friday: The top MWC offensive players going into the NFL Draft, Revisiting the Boise State 2015 Recruiting Class: Wide Relievers, Forget Top 10 School and NCAA Rankings, How About World Rankings?