Changes speeds, uses head fakes, dips hips - does the little things as a receiver
Comes back to the football and presents a window
Very competitive and fearless
Great Y.A.C. receiver
Love his hand-eye coordination
Highly underrated skill set
Lacks elite vertical speed
Might struggle against upper-echelon corners in press man
Not very good on jump balls
Poor run blocker
Summary: Don't ask me why Andre Roberts isn't a shoe-in for the second round - I have no idea - he should be. Roberts possesses a lot of talent and should be a very productive receiver in a West Coast offense at the next level. Roberts is exactly what you look for as a No. 2 receiver because he's extremely reliable, competitive and maximizes Y.A.C. Roberts was easily the best receiver at the Senior Bowl and he followed that up with a great Combine. Obviously, playing against inferior competition in college isn't a major concern. Some team will get a steal in the third round. Roberts is my No. 5 rated receiver in the 2010 NFL Draft.
Player Comparison: Derrick Mason. I don't expect Roberts to be a superstar, but like Mason, I expect him to be very productive and consistent in the NFL. I also see a lot of Greg Jennings in Roberts, but I'll be conservative with this comparison.
Mario Williams lost his starting job with Miami to Andre Branch this season and is 4 years older than Branch...and yet you have Williams listed as a 2 star FA and Branch as a 1.5 star and two spots lower. This makes little sense to me
This isnt what I think these teams should do, this is what i think they WILL do so dont be surprised when i have some guys falling which include Deshaun Watson,Dalvin Cook, and O.J Howard.
This is also based on team needs and what i think these teams will be considering.There will be explanation about the first round picks.