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With the NFL Draft quickly approaching Youth Pierre Desir Jersey , the Indianapolis Colts could still be looking for ways to improve their wide receiver corps. Yes, the team signed former Carolina Panthers wideout Devin..."5. N’Keal Harry, WR, Arizona StateAt 6’2”, 228 pounds, Harry is one of a handful of elite, big-bodied wide receiver prospects in this year’s draft class. The former Sun Devils star caught 73 receptions for 1,088 receiving yards (14.9 ypc avg.) and 9 touchdowns in 12 games last season. He also amassed 152 punt return yards on 9 returns (16.9 yards per return avg.)—which included a touchdown return. He ranks third in school history in both career receptions (213) and receiving yards (2,889). Because of his production, Harry earned 1st-Team All-Pac 12 honors as a wideout and 2nd-Team All-Pac 12 honors as a return specialist respectively. With a 4.53 forty time at February’s NFL Combine, Harry isn’t as fast as some of his peers, and that shows, sometimes, with his inability to separate. However, he makes up for it with his ability to make strong contested catches with his hands at the point of attack, and also by effectively using his body to shield away opposing defensive backs and fight off tight coverage. When it comes to competitiveness and consistently being a reliable target, Harry is about as steady as they come from this draft class—separation concerns aside. Photo by Butch Dill/Getty Images4. D.K. Metcalf, WR, Ole MissThe chiseled (6’3”, 228 pounds) Metcalf was arguably the talk of the NFL Combine two months ago, when he ran an amazing 4.33 forty time at his muscular size and physique. He also was incredibly productive at Ole Miss (when healthy), as he caught 26 receptions for 569 receiving yards (21.9 avg. ypc) and 5 touchdowns in 7 games before a season-ending neck injury prematurely finished his season in 2018. Metcalf looks like an absolute physical freak Pierre Desir Jersey Stitched , with his ridiculous size and speed combination, but he’s a bit unrefined as a receiver with his routes and catching. His routes aren’t always crisp, and he can take longer than necessary to get in and out of breaks. Not to mention, he also still has some underlying concentration and drop issues. He might have the highest ceiling of any wideout in this draft class with his ‘out of this world’ physical measurables, but buyer beware, he might also have the lowest floor as a ‘boom or bust’ prospect—if there ever was one. For every Calvin Johnson comparison, is he the ‘too bulked out’ version of David Boston? Photo by Brett Deering/Getty Images3. Marquise ‘Hollywood’ Brown, WR, OklahomaAt 5’9”, 166 pounds, Brown is the smallest wide receiver in this group, but the diminutive, yet incredibly dangerous wideout is blessed with tremendous speed and game-changing ability as a pass catcher. The Colts have already had a few franchise greats in that mold including Hall of Famer Marvin Harrison and Pro Bowler T.Y. Hilton, so it’s possible Brown could be the next in-line.‘Hollywood’ Brown caught 75 receptions for 1,318 receiving yards (17.6 ypr avg.) and 10 touchdowns in 12 games for the Sooners last season. He earned 1st-Team All-American and All-Big 12 honors respectively in 2018. He has the type of electric speed like Hilton and even DeSean Jackson that can make opposing defensive backs just flat out look silly in space and simply take the top off of an opposing secondary. Like most smaller wideouts, his issues are size and whether he can consistently beat physical press coverage. Brown’s routes and ball tracking skills could also use some polish. That being said, he might be the most electric wideout in this draft class—size be darned. Photo by Wesley Hitt/Getty Images2. A.J. Brown, WR, Ole MissAt 6’0”, 226 pounds, Brown might not be the ‘sexiest’ wide receiver prospect of this group, but the production speaks for itself. The junior wideout caught 85 receptions for 1 Peyton Manning Jersey White ,320 receiving yards (15.5 ypr avg.) and 6 touchdowns in 12 games. He is Ole Miss’s career receiving yards leader (2,984) and also in 100 yard receiving games (12). As a result, Brown earned 2nd Team-All American and All-SEC First team honors in 2018. Brown is a very good route runner, looks incredibly fluid as a wideout, and has great hands. As far as this class is concerned, he might be the ‘safest’ elite prospect of the bunch. However, he might not be quite the same physical specimen, as some of his fellow counterparts (namely his former teammate Metcalf). Brown’s still an elite athlete in his own right, but with a 4.49 forty time, he’s more really, really quick than pure speed at his size. Photo by Ed Zurga/Getty Images1. Hakeem Butler, WR, Iowa State: The 6’5”, 227 pound wide receiver caught 60 receptions for 1,318 receiving yards (22.0 avg. ypr) and 9 touchdowns in 13 games for the Cyclones last season.He shattered his school’s record for most receiving yards in a season, and his 22.0 yards per reception average was the 3rd most in the nation and broke another school single season record. Butler earned 2nd-team All-American and 2nd Team All-Big 12 honors respectively in 2018. Blessed with immense size, Butler is a physically imposing wide receiver, who has the ability to not only “go up and get” jump balls, but also dominate defensive backs with the football in his hands after the catch. It goes without saying, but he’s a tremendous deep threat, which comes with the territory of his sheer size. The knock on him is drops, and that he takes a little longer to get in and out of his breaks. Still Youth Josh Ferguson Jersey , the total physical package and production is quite tantalizing. The Colts prospect interviews are rolling along as we approach the NFL Draft. Today’s player interview is Virginia Wide Receiver Olamide Zaccheaus. The Colts could use a player with his versatility..."WhiteFanposts Fanshots Colts StoriesScheduleRosterStatsYahoo Colts NewsYahoo Colts Team PageYahoo Colts ReportYahoo Colts Depth ChartYahoo Colts TransactionsYahoo Colts PhotosShop About Masthead Community Guidelines StubHub ✕Colts AnalysisInterviewsNFL DraftColts Prospect Interviews: Virginia WR Olamide ZaccheausNew,8commentsEDTShareTweetShareShareColts Prospect Interviews: Virginia WR Olamide ZaccheausJeremy Brevard-USA TODAY SportsThe Colts prospect interviews are rolling along as we approach the NFL Draft. Today’s player interview is Virginia Wide Receiver Olamide Zaccheaus. The Colts could use a player with his versatility and playmaking ability on offense.The interview will be towards the bottom of the page. Zaccheaus interviewed exclusively with Stampede Blue to talk about his Team Captaincy in 2018, the keys to making big plays, and what the Colts would be getting if they draft him.BackgroundSize:5’8” 190 poundsMeasurables: N/A (No Combine Invite)Career Stats:250 catches for 2,753 yards and 22 touchdowns. 79 rushes for 551 yards and 2 touchdowns. 35 kick returns for 686 yards. Over 4,000 all purpose yards in his career.Round Projection:Rounds 6-7Fit with the Colts: Zaccheaus may not seem like a great fit, on paper, but he has all the traits you want out of a bottom-of-the-depth-chart contributor. He is a versatile chess piece on offense who can win in the slot or on gadget-like plays. He is also a very solid special teamer who could immediately improve a team’s return game. The Colts could add him late or as an UDFA to compete with Chester Rogers for his role on the team. Put Zaccheaus in the slot role that Rogers occupied last year, that gives quick touches and allows him to return punts, and he could be a late-round gem for a team.Film RoomElusiveness after the catch and ability to turn small gains into big ones sums up Zaccheaus’ game well. He’s excellent at turning nothing into something.Zaccheaus fights back to the quarterback well, too. This makes him an excellent safety valve as a slot option for a QB.Zaccheaus is a player who performs well on the big stage and finds openings in the defense. That is the type of player you want in the slot.InterviewZH: You were on AAU Junior Olympics track when you were younger. How was that experience for you?OZ: So I did that up until my 8th grade year, in high school I stopped running track, but I did mostly the short distance runs like the 100, the 200, and the 4 x 400. Those were my main events. I did that growing up mostly to stay in shape for football.ZH: You were named as a team captain in 2018. How did it feel to receive that honor?OZ: It was honestly one of my goals. I went into last year and I just felt like it was my time to step up in that room. I just wanted to work and wanted people to see how to go about doing things the right way and I just wanted to be a leader for the squad. I feel like I did what I needed to do for our team to be successful.ZH: You leave UVA as the All Time Leader in Receptions. How does it feel to have accomplished that?OZ: I’m just really grateful, to be honest. I think about some of the playmakers that came through this school, and for me to be on top in that category is so special. I’m just grateful for everybody who has helped me get to where I’m at. To be able to do the things I can do now and putting together a year like last year, I’m just truly grateful.ZH: You racked up over 4,000 all purpose yards at UVA as a running back, wide receiver, and return man. Where is your best fit in the NFL?OZ: I definitely think in that slot and as a returner of some sort whether it be punt returner or kick returner. Especially early on, though Josh Ferguson Jersey Stitched , I think that will be my main role.ZH: You are very shifty and have an ability to make people miss. Is that a natural talent or something that you work on?OZ: I think most of it is genetics. There’s also drills and different things that you can do to help your footwork. I feel like that is the most important part of making people miss, unless you are a bigger-bodied guy. There are things, though, that I’ve done to help my footwork and be able to move my feet better, but overall I just thank my mom and my dad for giving me these genes (laughs). ZH: Your releases off of the line are great. What is the key to winning off the line as a receiver?OZ: Especially if they are in hard press, you have to move them off of their spot. Make them move laterally so you can open them up and move the other way. You have to make your moves believable by turning your shoulders or turning your hips one way and redirecting the defender. Those are all things you can work on, too. You don’t have to be the quickest guy, but you have to be a salesman on your releases. I feel like that is something I have worked on a lot over the years, and something that I will continue to improve on at the next level.ZH: You also come back to passes very well on curls and outs and other routes. How important is it for receivers to come back to the ball when running routes?OZ: It’s huge, especially at the next level. You are going to have even better corners and linebackers who are faster, so just being able to comeback to the quarterback and make sure he’s comfortable throwing to you is huge. You have to come back to the ball, because those players are driving on the ball as well, especially in man coverage, so it all comes down to really helping the quarterback and helping the team. Turnovers happen when you sit and wait for the ball if the DB’s are driving on it, so that is something you have to work on, though. You have to naturally have that trust in your hands fighting back to the ball but overall it is just something I was did and I just want my quarterback to feel comfortable.ZH: You practiced against guys like Bryce Hall, Juan Thornhill, and Quin Blanding in college. What was it like going against high level DB’s in practice?OZ: Oh it was great. I was talking about this during our bowl game prep this past winter. We go against these guys every day, for the most part, and that should build confidence not only for myself, but for other receivers on the team. Going against the best at practice, you should have confidence going to the games. It was just great for us Cheap Clayton Geathers Youth Jersey , and especially throughout the years having guys like Tim (Harris), and even my first year going against Maurice Canady, who is on the Ravens, along with those guys you mentioned. Facing those great DB’s was really great for my game, and they would let you know if you are slacking. They like to chirp a little bit. They are different in the way they go about doing that (laughs), but it was always friendly competition, and it was great for us as a receiving core and for us as a team. ZH: Who in the NFL do you compare yourself to most/model your game after?OZ: I like T.Y Hilton a lot. I like watching receivers who are similar to my body type. I watch players like Hilton, Antonio Brown, even Ryan Switzer who is a bit younger but somebody that I have watched throughout the years. There is a lot to learn from every person. Every person likes to do things different ways and in order to be the best, you have to learn from the best. I try to pick pieces from player’s games who have similar body types to me, and I try to incorporate things into my game.ZH: What is my team getting if they spend a draft pick on Olamide Zaccheaus?OZ: I’m a type of guy who is all in for the team. Not only on the field but off of the field. For the most part, I do things the right way. I really pride myself in doing that. I work really hard. One thing my coach in college— Coach Mendenhall— always said the best players are consistent, durable, and productive. Those three things I’ve always been, for the most part, so I feel like those three things really separate me from others in this draft class.



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