Mike Evans Makes Case for Top NFL WR Prospect with Another Big Game Against Vanderbilt
With yet another big game, Mike Evans is officially looking like a the top wide receiver prospect heading into the NFL draft in May.
Through the first half against the Vanderbilt Commodores, Evans has already put up 67 yards and a touchdown on four receptions. He finished with one more catch on a 10-yard touchdown, giving him his second in the game. He's had no problem making big catches this year, with this game being much of the same.
Heading into Sunday, Evans had been blowing away opposing secondaries. On just 43 receptions, Evans had already put up 1,024 yards and nine touchdowns. He's already having a better season than he did in 2012, where he had 1,105 yards and five scores on 82 catches.
What makes Evans such a great NFL prospect is his size. At 6'5'' and 225 pounds, Evans has the potential to be a go-to red zone threat at the next level. Being able to jump up and make catches in traffic as well as his ability to get his feet down on sideline throws makes him one of the most appealing receivers if he decides to declare for the NFL draft.
There's a lot of competition for the top receiver prospect, but so far Evans has made his case as the best receiver in college football.
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