Josh Gordon already the best receiver on the Browns?

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On July 12, 2012 the Cleveland Browns selected former Baylor wide receiver Josh Gordon in 2nd round of this year’s supplemental draft in an effort to bolster their weak corps of receivers heading into the NFL season.

With this selection the Browns used a 2nd round choice in next year’s NFL Draft (2013). Much was said and written about Gordon as the supplemental draft came upon us and many have shared varying opinions on his value as a 2nd round selection.  Some experts rated him as having potential first round talent while others saw him more as a 4th or 5th round choice.  What is clear is that the Browns had him rated as a 2nd round choice and were willing to take a flyer on the young man from….

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Listed at 6’ 3” 220lbs with a projected 40 yard dash time of 4.4 seconds, Gordon has the size and speed to play on Sunday in the NFL.  How well he can adjust after sitting out last year due to NCAA transfer regulations is a question that remains to be answered. Read more here…

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2 Responses to Josh Gordon already the best receiver on the Browns?

  1. CS360 says:

    I am excited to see what this kid can do in Game time conditions. I think with him and Little on the field they will make a huge impact this year….

  2. It looks like he could use a little more work catching the football after the Green Bay game. He has the tools now needs to perfect them….

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