NFL Draft Mystery Prospect Game: Week #3 Results

Ryan Broyles has put up some really impressive numbers throughout his career at Oklahoma.  Some felt that he needed to cash in on his draft stock and enter the 2011 draft.  However, Broyles felt he could improve his stock by returning for another season at Oklahoma.

The Sooners have had several high profile receivers drafted early that have not developed.  The list includes but is not limited to Mark Clayton, Mark Bradley, and Juaquin Iglesias.  Broyles has a lot of the same attributes as those former Sooners which could be concerning.  He is known for his quickness and ability to make plays down the field.  His ability to stretch the defense is his best attribute.  That speed also comes in handy on special teams as Broyles is always a threat to take it to the house.


After the jump you can find the leaderboard.  Be sure to stop by next Monday for prospect #4!

Leaderboard

Josh D 3
Iceicethatguy 3
Coach Owens 3
big_jay71 3
Yankees10 3
RediculousAM 3
Jesse115674 2
Mark in Tulsa 2
Adam Ross 2
ValdezY 2
Mario 2
Steel in FL 2
Aaron Alo 2
dbcouver 2
KashMoney 2
pfeifer 1
Joe Gillis 1
manraj7 1
Jag.0 1
jetking55 1
Alex Del Piero 1
Greg Revere 1
ArrowheadChiefs 1
Omaha Sun 1
Jim Cole 1
ALDE2356 1
Slymslam17 1
Farmerboy 1
Auric 1


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