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The knock against wide receiver Alshon Jeffery is that he's slow and lazy, but he's a big target with first-round talent who will likely drop to the second if he fails to impress at his pro day.
The receiver out of South Carolina had a slow 2011 after leading the SEC in receptions, receiving yards and touchdowns in 2010. Some of that can be blamed on South Carolina's quarterback issues last year, as Stephen Garcia and Connor Shaw split time under center.
At the combine, Jeffery helped answer questions about his laziness, as he checked in at 216 pounds—about 14 pounds less than he played with during the season.
However, he was also measured at 6'3", a full inch below his previously listed height. Jeffery also sat out the 40-yard dash, which was going to have a big influence in determining his position in the draft. It's okay to be big, but it's not okay to be big and slow.
Jeffery may end up going at the end of the first round, but if he does slip to second, he would be a steal for an Eagles team that could really use a big target in the red zone.