WR Andy Fantuz

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  1. whiteCB

    whiteCB Master

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    Here is some info on the best WR in Canadian college football history. He played for Western Ontario University and will be playing in the East-West Shrine Game.

    http://www.andyfantuz.com/
     
  2. hedgehog

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    I checked out the web site mentioned above and found this write up on him. I find it interesting he is projected as a "slot" receiver.





    From ESPN.com senior NFL writer Len Pasquarelli...
    "It's never easy, given the level of play, to assess how aCanadian college player might project into the NFL draft. But here's a name to note, a player NFL scouts quietly have taken an interest in exploring: wide receiver Andy Fantuz of Western Ontario University. The 6-foot-4, 205 pound pass catcher is said to run in the 4.5s, has terrific hands, and seems to possess enough tools to merit choosing in the 2006 draft. He holds the Canadian college record for receptions(189), receiving yards (4,123) and touchdown catches (41), and is expected to be invited to participate in the East-West Shrine Game. Fantuz is regarded as a potential slot receiver in the NFL. He also has some return skills and has flashed versatility, too. In a recent game he was forced to playsafetybecause of injuries,and he came up with three interceptions."
     
  3. backrow

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    he sounds quite impressive... let's hope he won't mirror what happened to Jesse Lumsden and actually will get a shot!
     

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