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Justin Blackmon has been as impressive as he was last year, cementing himself as the best wide receiver in college and possibly one of the greatest ever.
Blackmon, a junior, was a unanimous All-American along with winning the Biletnikoff Award for the second straight year, just the second person to ever achieve this honor.
He had impressive numbers, posting 1,336 yards and 15 touchdowns on 113 receptions, along with being Brandon Weeden's most reliable target.
Blackmon possesses acceptable size with his 6'1'' frame, while having a stocky build. There are concerns about his top-end speed, as he has not been clocked with an elite time.
He works extremely hard in the weight room, benching around 300 pounds along with having one of the best football IQs on the Cowboys team.
Blackmon has elite ball skills that truly just hover around the ball and barely drop passes. In addition, he has solid big play ability despite possessing average speed.
Blackmon has already said that the Fiesta Bowl is his last game as a member of the Pokes, and he is absolutely going to be a first-round pick.
Blackmon will most certainly get looks from teams in the top 10 and five, as the Panthers and Rams both need a wide receiver.