We know Buttafuu is the best receiver in the league.
We know he’s the best punt returner in the NFL.
We also know that he has an incredible skill set.
But what about his on-field skills?
Can he make the plays that really matter on a weekly basis?
That’s where the 2017 NFL Draft comes in.
There’s no shortage of talented players in the draft, but there are few that can take the spotlight away from the NFL’s best receiver.
Here are a few of the best WRs available in this draft class:C.J. Prosise, Florida StateThe biggest thing that distinguishes Prosise from the rest of the receivers is his size.
He’s 6’5″ and weighs in at 217 pounds.
He has excellent hands, as he has the ability to go up and grab balls with ease.
While he doesn’t have the speed of some of the top receivers, Prosise is extremely good in the air.
He can get open and make catches even if he isn’t able to run the ball, which is an attribute that helps him win contested catches.
The problem with Prosise’s game is that he lacks elite size.
His frame is not that of a prototypical wide receiver, and he’s not the most athletic.
However, his size will allow him to compete in the pros with some of his peers.
Prosis size also allows him to have an elite vertical, which he has consistently shown in the past.
He will be able to beat cornerbacks on deep routes and get his hands on balls in traffic.
He’ll also be able find ways to get separation in space.
While Prosise has a physical advantage over the rest, he can also be effective as a route runner.
He gets open with his size and will run routes up the middle with ease, and his ability to make quick cuts makes him an excellent deep threat.
While Prosise might not be able get separation as often, his ability as a runner will help him rack up yards.
Propsises ability to run routes will allow the Patriots to have a versatile receiving corps that can play in any situation.
Prosises ability as an athlete will help the Patriots attack down the field and make the occasional catch.
He has a big body that he can work on, and Prosises size will make him an efficient receiver.
His quickness is something that will allow Prosise to break tackles.
He also has the speed to make defenders miss with his routes.
Prosis athleticism also allows for him to make plays.
He makes plays at the catch point, and that speed can open up passing lanes for him.
The Patriots will have a lot of options to use Prosis ability as he moves through the NFL, and they will also be a team that can rely on his ability in the red zone.
The Patriots will be lucky if they get an elite WR in this year’s draft, as there is not a single player in the top 10 of this year-end mock.
The best WR in the class is probably Jaelen Strong, but he is currently a restricted free agent.
It is very possible that the Patriots could go in a different direction with their pick.
That being said, if the Patriots choose the best player available in the 2017 draft, they can have a player who is one of the better receivers in the entire NFL.
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