Da'Rick Rogers is your classic case of a very talented yet immature prospect who will be spending his early April trying to convince teams he's ready to grow up.
Rogers led the SEC in receiving in 2011 while at Tennessee after teammate Justin Hunter went down with an injury. The following offseason, Rogers was dismissed form the Volunteers squad after reports of a failed drug test.
Rogers landed at neighboring Tennessee Tech, where he caught 61 balls for 893 yards and 10 scores in 2012.
Despite some character concerns, Rogers is an intriguing prospect on the field. Had he stayed at Tennessee and played to his 2011 level in 2012, we'd probably be talking about Rogers as the top receiver in the draft instead of Cordarrelle Patterson.
Let's check out some of the reasons scouts should be getting excited over Rogers, who could be a mid-round steal.