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Swope looks for extra yardage against Missouri.
Swope is a blazing fast wide receiver that Arizona took in the sixth round of the NFL draft.
How fast, you ask?
Swope ran the 40-yard dash in 4.34 seconds at the combine which was the second-best time among all players. His speed made him a standout at Texas A&M as he posted 89 catches for 1,207 yards, and 11 touchdowns in 2012.
Swope can use his speed and agility to make defenders miss.
Swope looks like he could be the first true slot receiver Arizona has had on its roster in several years.
Analysis: Swope is going to find a fit as a slot receiver in the Cardinals' offense.
With Michael Floyd and Larry Fitzgerald on the outside, Swope looks to fit in the inside quite well. His speed and leaping ability (37" vertical) make him a threat and his ability to pick apart coverages will only add to his value.
He's also not afraid to go over the middle for passes so it gives Carson Palmer another solid option in the passing game. Stats: 61 receptions, 812 yards, 4 touchdowns.