mjkaiser09

December 20th, 2009 at 3:46 AM ^

Challenge Braylon? Let's not get ahead of ourselves here... While I would like to see it, I don't know if Richrod's offense would be best for a receiver to be challenging that mark, and is probably best suited to be as balanced as it could be. But here's to eternal optimism!

Don

December 20th, 2009 at 7:57 AM ^

over a career... there are too many guys who will be getting the ball, whereas Braylon was the go-to guy for most of his career.

Braylon had 3 catches his freshman season, but then exploded to 67, 85, and then 92 catches his final three seasons.

Regardless, Roundtree looks like he's going to be a good one for this offense.

amphibious1

December 20th, 2009 at 8:36 AM ^

How crazy would it be to look out on the field and see a super slot-ninja sporting the number 1 jersey??? Its a crazy world we live in right now, but I think i like it...

Black Socks

December 20th, 2009 at 3:12 PM ^

I see Roy being really solid. It it more difficult however in my mind to see a receiver with his frame being truly dominant. Can someone provide examples of a 170 pound wr turning into a true stud? I think Braylon was so good because of exceptional strength as well. Good luck to Roy.

aenima0311

December 20th, 2009 at 3:21 PM ^

I too was at the Spring Game, and was surprised not to see more of Roy early in the season.

He may not be a freak athletically, but he catches everything thrown his way and isn't afraid to go over the middle.

In short, he's a Purdue WR.

ebbtide

December 22nd, 2009 at 7:56 AM ^

I was very impressed with some of the stuff Odoms was doing this season. His blocking and ability to adjust to the play were fantastic. Roy's end of season breakout was also awesome to watch. How could I pick?!