Jason Anderson
WR | (6'2", 192, 4.65) | Wake Forest

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Overall: Anderson's uncle, Cornelius Johnson, played in the NFL with the Colts and Broncos. Anderson has been a fulltime starter since his true freshman season in 2001 when he became the first freshman to lead the Deacons in receiving since 1978. Anderson also led the team with 44 receptions as a junior in 2003, averaging 17.1 yards per catch with six touchdowns. His production dipped during his senior season as a result of a lingering ankle injury that cost him playing time, but the injury dodoes not have long-term repercussions. If Anderson played in a pass-oriented offense his numbers would be that much greater but as it is, he takes advantage of a lot of man-to-man coverage versus defenses that are over-loaded to stop the run. In our opinion, Anderson is under-valued. He has made vast improvements in the weight room and has become much bigger, stronger and quicker than ... For complete overview, strengths and weaknesses, login above or become an Insider.
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