A torn rotator cuff is at least an 8. He's going to be out for the season if it is a fully torn one. My dad had it and it took him a year just to heal and another few months to be 100% again. He could barely lift his arm!
Stop mocking an FCS player to the Redskins in round 2. McCloughan has never taken one that high. He's only taken 6 players below FBS level in 10 drafts, none above the 5th round, and none while in DC. It's not his style. He's publicly stated he like big school players, even if they're backups (see Jones, Matt).
Too straight up when going into breaks; doesn't sell
Struggles to separate
Below average speed
Lacks deep speed
Unimpressive vision after catch
Summary: I just don't see a natural receiver whatsoever when I put on tape of Thomas, who is considering declaring for the 2010 NFL Draft as a junior after his big season. He lacks speed and there is simply too much development needed to warrant a high second-round pick. Don't buy the hype. Thomas is a projected third-to-fourth-round pick.
Player Comparison: Michael Clayton. Clayton occasionally loses focus and lacks the speed to be a playmaker in the NFL; both set the tone as run blockers.