2017 Wide Receivers

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  1. Freethinker

    Freethinker Master

    Oct 3, 2008
    Brooklyn, New York
  2. Leonardfan

    Leonardfan Hall of Famer

    Jul 30, 2006
    Cody Thompson apparently broke his leg. In the image I posted it looked like a lower leg injury. He is probably lost for the year but should be healthy for the Combine (if he is invited). Maybe the Senior Bowl too (if he is invited).

    Toledo senior WR Cody Thompson suffered a broken leg in Saturday's win over Eastern Michigan.

    Thompson (6'2/200) sustained the broken leg during Toledo's first offensive drive on Saturday. The injury will likely keep him out for the remainder of the season. It's an absolutely brutal loss for the Rockets, as the senior had been working to a sharp 28-537-4 receiving line prior to going down injured. Diontae Johnson, Jon'Vea Johnson and Danzel McKinley will see the bulk of targets moving forward with Thompson sidelined for potentially the remainder of the campaign.
  3. Shadowlight

    Shadowlight Mentor

    Mar 16, 2013
    I missed this post--- I said the same thing later under another thread. Best case scenario is he is fully recovered for the Combine. Chances are better he will be at full speed recovering from a broken leg. An ACL tear would truly compromise his speed. From here on we just hope he is at full strength come Combine time and I expect him to be invited.
  4. Deceptive Speed

    Deceptive Speed Guru

    Jul 19, 2014
    Top 15 white FBS receivers through week 6:

    7. Trey Quinn SMU 54 rec 587 yards 5 TD
    12. Cody Thompson TOL 28 rec 537 yards 4 TD
    20. David Sills V WVU 33 rec 512 yards 9 TD
    23. Adam Breneman (TE) UMass 36 rec 500 yards 2 TD
    44. McLane Mannix NEV 29 rec 419 yards 4 TD
    56. Vic Wharton CAL 27 rec 397 yards 3 TD
    57. Andy Isabella UMass 27 rec 395 yards 3 TD
    80. Mark Andrews (TE) OKLA 19 rec 355 yards 2 TD
    87. Brendan Cope OHIO 25 rec 341 yards 2 Td
    111. Dylan Cantrell TTU 22 rec 322 yards 3 td
    118. Bailey Gaither SJSU 21 rec 314 yards 4 td
    124. Scott Miller BGSU 31 rec 306 yards 2 td
    132. Hayden Hurst (TE) SC 19 rec 297 yards 2 td
    138. Bennett Skowronek NW 19 rec 290 yards 2 td
    143. Kyle Sweet WSU 27 rec 283 yards 1 td
    145. Braxton Berrios Miami 18 rec 282 yards 5 TD
    145.(Tie) Hunter Renfrow Clem 29 rec 282 yards 0 td
  5. TwentyTwo

    TwentyTwo Mentor

    Oct 31, 2009
    Sorry to hear that about Cody Thompson. Guessing Toledo's possible Bowl game too soon to come back; hopefully 100% for Senior Bowl.

    Thanks for the List Deceptive Speed! David "The Prodigy" Sills leading FBS with 9 TD's recieving so far!

    Started a Trey Quinn thread back when he was in HS...you knew he'd be special! Team-mate Courtland Sutton(Projected high pick in 18' NFL Draft) said he "takes notes from Trey Quinn". SMU currently has Three WR's on NFL Rosters including Cole Beasley.

    SMU wide receiver Trey Quinn added to Biletnikoff watch list


    SMU receiver Trey Quinn has been added to the Biletnikoff Award watch list, it was announced Wednesday. The award is given annually to the best receiver in college football.
    The LSU transfer joins fellow SMU receiver Courtland Sutton on the list.
    Quinn leads SMU with 54 receptions for 587 yards. He's had three 100-yard receiving games this season. He also has five touchdown receptions on the season.

  6. Deceptive Speed

    Deceptive Speed Guru

    Jul 19, 2014
    He could potentially be another WR that declares for the 2018 draft! Followed Quinn since HS, lets hope he continues to dominate!
    TwentyTwo and celticdb15 like this.

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