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Ted Ginn Jr.
SI Grade
School: Conference: Ht., Wt.:
5-11, 180
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BIOGRAPHY: Three-year starter and All-Conference selection as a junior after putting up receiving numbers of 59/781/9 while averaging 11.1 yards on 24 punt returns and 24.4 yards on 18 kick returns with one touchdown on each. Sophomore receiving totals were 51/803/4.

POSITIVES: Game-breaking skill player with home-run speed. Quick releasing off the line, has opponents playing back on their heels, and consistently stretches the field. Possesses a terrific burst of speed and runs to daylight if given the slightest space of open field.

NEGATIVES: Not big, and beaten out in physical battles. Easily brought down at the initial point of attack. Has trouble handling the jam.

ANALYSIS: A track and field sprinter who translates his natural speed onto the football field, Ginn is a vertical receiver who loosens up the defense. Must get stronger, but he's a game-breaking threat every time he steps onto the field.

PROJECTION: Middle First Round

2006 Receiving Statistics
Receptions Receiving Yards Yards Per Reception Touchdowns
59 781 13.24 9
2006 Rushing Statistics
Rushing Yards Attempts Average Per Rush Touchdowns
23 3 7.67 0
2006 Passing Statistics
Pass Att Pass Com Pass Com Pct Pass Yds Pass Int Pass TD
2 1 50% 38 0 1