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Marquise Goodwin | Wide Receiver

Team: Texas Longhorns
Ht / Wt:  5'9' / 177

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Bills selected Texas WR Marquise Goodwin with the No. 78 overall pick.
Goodwin (5-9, 183) was underutilized by increasingly out-of-touch Texas coach Mack Brown, never catching more than 33 passes in a college season despite wicked 4.27 wheels. Goodwin turned heads with 132 total yards and two touchdowns in the Longhorns' Alamo Bowl win over Oregon State, followed by highly impressive Senior Bowl practices. Goodwin is raw and undersized, but his Olympic speed cannot be coached. He'll compete for playing time with fellow burner T.J. Graham on the outside of Doug Marrone's offense. Fri, Apr 26, 2013 09:34:00 PM

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Texas WR Marquise Goodwin ran a pair of forties at the Combine of 4.25 and 4.29, but officially timed in at 4.27 seconds.

Goodwin's fastest 10 yard split was 1.43 seconds, which leads the group. The former track athlete was limited by the Longhorns offense, specifically how they used him, so teams won't get a good feel for his receiving abilities on tape. However, he showed some real natural tendencies at the Senior Bowl.
Sun, Feb 24, 2013 09:44:00 AM

Draft insider Tony Pauline says Texas WR Marquise Goodwin has "flown up" draft boards after his great week of practice during the Senior Bowl.

Pauline quoted one NFL source that said "he has never seen anyone gobble up ground as fast as Goodwin." He went on to add that the Longhorn "looks like a second day lock." Goodwin was finally given an opportunity to do more than run end arounds, jet sweeps, and vertical routes, and proved to be a very talented receiver.
Tue, Jan 29, 2013 10:47:00 AM

Texas WR Marquise Goodwin blew by the Oregon State defense to finish with 132 total yards and two touchdowns.

Goodwin combined for 68 receiving yards on four receptions and one run for 64 yards. His touchdown catch showed why certain NFL teams will covet the Longhorn receiver in April, creating separation from a shadowing corner in the final five yards of his route. Many prospects are said to have Olympic type speed, but Goodwin actually does.
Sun, Dec 30, 2012 06:25:00 PM

Scouts Inc.'s Todd McShay does not think Texas WR Marquise Goodwin will last long on the draft's third day.

McShay specifies the fourth- or fifth-round for the straight-line burner. The Longhorn's best fit may be on special teams, but McShay believes that any prospect that has athletic "upside" or big play ability will be drafted earlier than expected.
Source: ESPN
Sat, Dec 15, 2012 02:33:00 PM

Receiver Marquise Goodwin took over for injured Jaxon Shipley and had a season-high nine touches.

Who knows if increased touches are coming Goodwin’s way? A knee injury to Shipley allowed Goodwin to see his first extended playing time of 2011 and he responded with 88 yards on 9 touches, including 5-52 on the ground. Goodwin, the Longhorns’ fastest player, missed spring ball and fall drills while pursuing a spot on the U.S. Olympic team as a long jumper. The junior totaled 61 receptions his first two seasons.
Mon, Oct 31, 2011 11:03:00 AM