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    Martavis Bryant: Jeremiah: Bryant is 'high ceiling, low floor'

    Martavis Bryant - WR - CLE - Mar. 3 - 1:38 pm et

    Clemson WR Martavis Bryant is a "high ceiling, low floor" talent, according to NFL.com's Daniel Jeremiah.
    "Ton of drops early in the year, much better on later tape," Jeremiah said of his film session studying Bryant. The wideout is an athletic marvel -- at 6'5/200, he ran two unofficial forty times of 4.34 and 4.35 seconds at the combine, leaped to a 39-inch vertical, and logged two 10-yard splits of 1.53 seconds -- but his production vacillates wildly. Playing opposite Sammy Watkins in a WR-friendly system with a solid college QB (Tajh Boyd) should have produced bigger accolades for such a prodigious athletic specimen. Evaluators are torn, and they are right to be. Mar. 3 - 1:38 pm et
    Source: Daniel Jeremiah on Twitter

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