Randall Cobb to Green Bay Packers: 2011 NFL Draft Scouting Report

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Randall Cobb is a versatile wide out from Kentucky who can be used in a variety of ways, as he showcased during his tenure with the Wildcats. 

He doesn’t have the top-end speed you’d like from a guy whose claim-to-fame is being a big playmaker, but is shifty enough that he can still break big gainers. 

What scouts will never doubt when talking about Cobb is his ability to produce. He scored 37 touchdowns over the last three years from different positions on the field. 

Whichever team does draft him will have to get creative with how they use Cobb, since he doesn’t have the skill-set of a classic WR (not a refined route runner). 

Still, Cobb will is good enough at enough different things, he’ll find his way onto the field early. 

The rich get richer as the Green Bay Packers add a player who they can use all over the field, someone like Dexter McCluster.

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