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Grading System
JAY SWILLIE
Position: WR
Class: Sr
School: Boise St.
Conference: WAC
Ht., Wt.: 6'3, 214
40 Time: 4.61
Grade: 3.2

BIO: Caught 34 passes for 589 yards and six scores as a senior after leading Boise the prior year with 48-673-8. Totaled 33-552-1 as a red-shirt sophomore.

POSITIVES: Big, athletic wide out with a lot of natural skills just partially applied. Easily out positions or out muscles opponents for the pass and uses his frame to box out defensive backs. Displays solid hands and the ability to pull the pass out of the air. Scores a high percentage of TDs and makes a lot of important receptions on third down.

NEGATIVES: Lacks the downfield burst and second gear as well as timing and a bit unorthodox in his movement.

ANALYSIS: Loafs around the field underachieving and is capable of much more. Seemed to be pulling it together as a junior but did not have the breakout season needed to push him into the middle rounds of this years draft. Size-speed numbers gets him consideration in camp but must kick it into gear if he's to play at the next level.

PROJECTION: Undrafted Free Agent

2002 Receiving Statistics
Receptions Receiving Yards Yards Per Reception Touchdowns
34 589 17.32 6

2002 Rushing Statistics
Rushing Yards Attempts Average per Rush Touchdowns
98 7 14 0

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