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By making difficult catches in traffic, which were often big plays and displayed his body control and great hands, Junior Hemingway made a name for himself at Michigan and showed that he is very talented.
However, his lack of a second gear limits his NFL potential. Having never been a consistent receiving threat for the Wolverines, that does not bode very well for Hemingway's chances to become one at the next level.
That said, while Hemingway lacks the explosiveness to be a deep threat in the NFL, his positive traits should lead to a solid career as a skilled possession receiver and No. 4 option in an NFL offense.
Hemingway could end up being a solid steal for a team in the late rounds of the draft.
Hemingway’s Grade: Sixth round
Positional Rank: No. 31
Overall Prospect Rank: No. 190
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