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Maybe it wasn't obvious by the time underclassmen had to declare, but by now you've heard about how the wide receiver class was absolutely stacked this draft season.
So it was likely a bad decision for a guy to come out if he was undersized and not terribly fast, like Oklahoma's Josh Stewart.
Now, Stewart had a tremendous 2013, leading his team with 60 catches for 703 yards and three touchdowns, and an even better 2012, per ESPN.com. So there is production, but we know that college production doesn't always equal pro production.
Stewart has issues getting off the jam (in part because he's short and thin), didn't run a full route tree in college and doesn't bring any special playmaking ability to the table.
Even as a returner, he's OK, not outstanding.
After going undrafted, Stewart signed with the Tennessee Titans, per NEPatriotsdraft.com. The good news is, they need a solid kick and punt returner. The bad news is, they have Dexter McCluster as a potential answer to that riddle and along with McCluster, there are a dozen other receivers on the roster besides Stewart.
It's going to be hard to stick with that many other receivers in camp.