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Laquon Treadwell | Wide Receiver

Team: Mississippi Rebels
Age / DOB:  (19) / 6/14/1995
Ht / Wt:  6'2' / 229

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Ole Miss junior WR Laquon Treadwell (ankle) "could move into the top ten if he's truly healthy and has productive season this fall," wrote Scout.com's Jamie Newberg.
The analyst ranks him as the No. 24 prospect in the nation with that caveat. Treadwell, of course, dislocated his ankle and broke his fibula against Auburn late last season. "When healthy and roaring, Treadwell is one of the most dangerous players in the game," Newberg wrote. "He has good size, athleticism, speed and quickness. He's strong and runs good routes, creating separation out of his breaks." The 6-foot-2, 212-pound Treadwell has collected 120 catches for over 1,240 yards and 10 touchdowns across 22 career games. May 17 - 3:54 PM
Source: Scout.com

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Fox Sports' Bruce Feldman reports that Ole Miss junior WR Laquon Treadwell, who played at 230 pounds last year, is now down to 212 pounds.

Back in November, the Ole Miss prospect broke his fibula and a dislocated and ankle against Auburn, as he was crossing the goal line. Feldman notes how "amazing" Treadwell has looked running, only 6 months from his injury. The 6-foot-2, 212-pound Treadwell has the ideal size and athleticism for the next level, and should be fully healthy, and ready to go for the start of the season.
May 15 - 2:46 PM

Ole Miss junior WR Laquon Treadwell checked in at No. 7 on Mel Kiper's first big board.

"At 6-2 and nearly 230 pounds, Treadwell, has size, speed and tremendous hands," Kiper wrote. "He was unquestionably the best WR on the team as a true freshman, even with Donte Moncrief still around. And while his season was cut short in 2014 due to an ugly injury, Treadwell should be 100 percent in the fall. If he stays that way, he's got the potential to be a first-rounder next spring." Ole Miss head coach Hugh Freeze recently said Treadwell will be healthy by the time the season starts. Treadwell went No. 13 to the 49ers in Todd McShay's 2016 mock draft. CBS Sports' Dane Brugler believes Treadwell "has a Dez Bryant skill-set with his size and athleticism combination to be a mismatch against cornerbacks on the outside."
May 14 - 10:03 PM

Ole Miss junior WR Laquon Treadwell (ankle) is expected by the coaching staff to be completely healthy for the start of the season.

Treadwell dislocated his ankle and broke his fibula against Auburn late last season, a gruesome injury that is burned into your brain if you've seen it. Ole Miss head coach Hugh Freeze said Tuesday that the star receiver should be fine by the start of the season. Treadwell had 632 yards and five touchdowns in nine games last year before his season ended.
May 12 - 6:41 PM

Ole Miss junior WR Laquon Treadwell went No. 13 to the 49ers in Todd McShay's 2016 mock draft.

"He is coming off a nasty broken ankle against Auburn this season, so his recovery and long-term durability prognosis will be closely monitored," McShay wrote. "But when healthy, Treadwell is a big (6-2, 229), explosive athlete with the physicality and leaping ability to win jump-ball situations." Rotoworld's Josh Norris also slots Treadwell No. 13 to the 49ers. "Treadwell is coming off of a major left leg injury suffered in November," Norris wrote. "He is very good at creating a sliver of space in the final moments of a route to separate."
May 12 - 2:24 AM

CBS Sports' Rob Rang ranks Ole Miss junior WR Laquon Treadwell as the No. 10 underclassman draft prospect.

The low ranking is, you've no doubt surmised, injury related. "Must prove healthy after suffering an ugly leg injury (broken leg, dislocated ankle) in November but has all the tools to be an No. 1 receiver in the NFL when healthy," Rang wrote. Colleague Dane Brugler recently wrote that Treadwell "has a Dez Bryant skill-set with his size and athleticism combination to be a mismatch against cornerbacks on the outside."
Source: CBS Sports
May 9 - 10:18 PM

Ole Miss junior WR Laquon Treadwell "has a Dez Bryant skill-set with his size and athleticism combination to be a mismatch against cornerbacks on the outside," wrote CBS Sports' Dane Brugler.

Treadwell's gruesome left leg injury, suffered in November versus Auburn, is expected to be just about completely healed by the fall. Assuming it is, he should solidify a first-round ticket in 2015. "Treadwell is the early favorite to be the top receiver in the 2016 NFL Draft with his body control and ball skills, making it look easy to track, pluck and overwhelm defenders at the catch point," Rang wrote.
Source: CBS Sports
May 8 - 7:29 PM

Scout Inc.'s Steve Muench and Kevin Weidl believe Ole Miss sophomore WR Laquon Treadwell has "an explosive athlete with outstanding size and a wide catching radius."

"While he can continue to add polish to his game, he is a physical route-runner who is a matchup nightmare with his strength, body control and leaping ability to win in one-on-one contested situations," noted Muench and Weidl. "Treadwell had his season cut short by a gruesome broken ankle against Auburn, but assuming he makes a full recovery, he has tremendous upside with rare physical tools that can't be coached." The 6-foot-2, 229-pound Treadwell, the No. 10 overall player in the 2013 class, might be the most talented receiver in college football. We hope he doesn't lose anything in his rehab from the aforementioned ankle injury.
Thu, Dec 18, 2014 04:49:00 PM

Ole Miss sophomore WR Laquon Treadwell is facing a four month rehab from a left leg injury, meaning he could be back for spring practice.

Head coach Hugh Freeze updated the media on Monday. Treadwell's injury was gruesome and the result of the play greatly impacted the outcome, but it is good news if he can participate in any way during spring activities. Treadwell might be the most talented receiver in college football.
Mon, Nov 3, 2014 01:58:00 PM

Ole Miss sophomore WR Laquon Treadwell was carted off with a left leg injury in the fourth quarter of Saturday's game against Auburn.

It was a gruesome injury. Treadwell was fighting to get into the endzone, and his left ankle and leg got caught underneath an Auburn defender. He then went on to fumble the game winning score just before crossing the goal line. Treadwell might be the top receiver in the entire country, and it appears he will not be back on the field until next season.
Sat, Nov 1, 2014 10:30:00 PM

Ole Miss sophomore WR Laquon Treadwell caught four passes for 71 yards in Saturday's 10-7 loss to LSU.

The Rebels led 7-0 at the end of first quarter and didn't dent the scoreboard thereafter. Rebels' QB Bo Wallace scuffled against a powerful LSU defense, limiting Treadwell's impact on the game. The 6-foot-2, 229-pound Treadwell, the No. 10 overall player in the 2013 class, has caught four balls or more in every game this season.
Sun, Oct 26, 2014 06:31:00 PM

Ole Miss sophomore WR Laquon Treadwell caught five passes for 53 yards in Saturday's victory over No. 14 Texas A&M.

No other Ole Miss receiver had more than two receptions. The 6-foot-2, 229-pound Treadwell, graded by Rivals as the No. 10 overall player in the 2013 class, has caught four balls or more in every game this season. ESPN's Steve Muench wrote last week that Treadwell has the same upside as Bears' WR Alshon Jeffery coming out of South Carolina in 2012: "He uses his frame to shield defenders, is tough to tackle after the catch and is an above-average blocker. While he doesn't have elite top-end speed or elusiveness, he is fast enough to stretch the field and is an instinctive open-field runner who can make the first defender miss."
Mon, Oct 13, 2014 08:27:00 PM

Ole Miss sophomore WR Laquon Treadwell has the same upside as Bears' WR Alshon Jeffery coming out of South Carolina in 2012, writes ESPN's Steve Muench.

"Treadwell is a big-bodied receiver who has an edge to his game and knows how to throw his weight around," Muench wrote. "He uses his frame to shield defenders, is tough to tackle after the catch and is an above-average blocker. While he doesn't have elite top-end speed or elusiveness, he is fast enough to stretch the field and is an instinctive open-field runner who can make the first defender miss." The 6-foot-2, 229-pound Treadwell was graded by Rivals as the No. 10 overall player in the 2013 class. "Treadwell has the big hands and length to make contested catches in the red zone and downfield, but he can take his eyes off the ball and drop a pass he should catch, so there's room for improvement when it comes to his ball skills," Muench wrote.
Thu, Oct 9, 2014 08:57:00 PM

Ole Miss sophomore WR Laquon Treadwell caught five passes for 55 yards and a touchdown in Saturday's 23-17 upset victory over No. 3 Alabama.

At 5-0, Ole Miss is suddenly in the driver's seat for a potential bid in college football's first playoff. Their best wide receiver, Treadwell, has a big frame (6-foot-2, 229 pounds) and soft hands. He isn't a burner, but Treadwell is a smooth athlete who is skilled in the technical aspects of his craft such as separating from defensive backs with fakes in the middle of his route trees. Bo Wallace isn't afraid to throw the ball to Treadwell in coverage. Generally, Treadwell is going to come down with the ball.
Sat, Oct 4, 2014 08:29:00 PM

NFL.com's Bucky Brooks said that Ole Miss sophomore WR Laquon Treadwell had the tools to become a No. 1 receiver at the NFL level.

Treadwell had a 63-yard touchdown catch and a 17-yarder against Memphis on Saturday. NFL.com's Bucky Brooks said to, "Keep an eye on the Ole Miss pass catcher because he has all of the tools to blossom into a No. 1 receiver at the next level." Brooks praised Treadwell's big frame (6'2", 229 pounds) and soft hands. Treadwell might not wow with eye-popping speed, but Brooks thinks that the sophomore makes up for any speed issues because he is a "fluid athlete capable of separating from defenders with subtle dekes and fakes at the top of routes."
Source: nfl.com
Mon, Sep 29, 2014 05:26:00 PM