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    - Latimer's size, 1,000+ yards at Indiana will serve him well in the NFL -

    (Ben Raphel of The Crimson Quarry at Indiana University gives Mile High Report some insights into the Denver Broncos' second-round pick, wide receiver Cody Latimer, a blocking receiver who can also dunk and really likes wearing orange. Can't wait to see his game-day ensembles.)

    "MHR - The Crimson Quarry mentioned that Cody Latimer had a chance for a very long career on Sundays. What strengths do you see from his college ball that will carry over well into the NFL? How does his size and strength help him in the pros?

    Ben - At 6'2" and 215 pounds, Latimer's size could potentially overwhelm defensive backs in the NFL. In addition, he has spent the last three years playing on an up-tempo spread offense with a WR-heavy attack, and with the NFL really turning into a pass-first league, the opportunity is there for Latimer to have an impact in the pros." ...

    http://www.milehighreport.com/2014/5...ell-in-the-nfl

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    Originally posted by Emily Diana View Post
    - Latimer's size, 1,000+ yards at Indiana will serve him well in the NFL -

    (Ben Raphel of The Crimson Quarry at Indiana University gives Mile High Report some insights into the Denver Broncos' second-round pick, wide receiver Cody Latimer, a blocking receiver who can also dunk and really likes wearing orange. Can't wait to see his game-day ensembles.)

    "MHR - The Crimson Quarry mentioned that Cody Latimer had a chance for a very long career on Sundays. What strengths do you see from his college ball that will carry over well into the NFL? How does his size and strength help him in the pros?

    Ben - At 6'2" and 215 pounds, Latimer's size could potentially overwhelm defensive backs in the NFL. In addition, he has spent the last three years playing on an up-tempo spread offense with a WR-heavy attack, and with the NFL really turning into a pass-first league, the opportunity is there for Latimer to have an impact in the pros." ...

    http://www.milehighreport.com/2014/5...ell-in-the-nfl
    I am not sure what kind of impact he has year 1, but he has the potential to turn into a beast down the road.
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      - Cody Latimer on Broncos role, WR corps, summer Peyton Manning plans -

      "Former Indiana WR Cody Latimer talks about adjusting to NFL life and what his goals are as a new Denver Broncos WR."

      http://www.sbnation.com/2014/6/9/579...-manning-plans (video)

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      • #4
        You're quickly becoming one of my favorite posters, ED. Thanks for all the articles.

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