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DRC: Guyton leads UNT prospects with shot to be drafted down the line

Brett Vito

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If he keeps growing from his already great sophomore year, and if we really leverage some other pieces that can pull defenders away from him, I'm pretty confident that he'll get drafted. Seeing his touchdown during the UAB game last season convinced me.

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18 hours ago, Wag Tag said:

Would really like to see him put in motion more often to help offset some of the double teams. He has tremendous tools to be successful! GMG 

Totally agreed. Get him in motion and let him pull away from the defenders. 

Also hope Guyton has improved in the weight room so he can fight off corners pressing him when he does not move in the future

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5 hours ago, MGNation92 said:

Guyton needs to improve his route running before he can really have a shot. 

True it will help, but the NFL is drafting guys that are poor route-runners because of their talent. 

Sutton for example could not run the route tree, but he was a great jump ball guy and was able to box out CBs. 

Sidenote: Rico seems to be the type of WR who would open a lot of eyes because of how he tests. He needs to work on his ability to stay healthy and keep improving his hands. He can make some great catches, then he will drop or have to double catch a simple pass. I believe Rico should make a big jump this year because of playing time but also getting to play pretty much the entire season last year, compared to when he missed a majority of his Freshman season.

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