Biography: "Led Michigan State in receiving as a senior, posting 51/780/6 after 26 receptions for 499 yards as a junior, when he started three games while struggling with a shoulder injury. Sophomore totals included 36/679/3 with eight starts."
Positives: "Adequately sized receiver who displays soft and reliable hands. Runs solid routes, comes back to the ball out of breaks, and effectively adjusts to the errant throw. Makes catches in stride, displays solid eye/hand coordination, and a sense of timing. Effectively uses his frame to shield away opponents. Consistently extends his hands and offers the quarterback a nice target then makes the reception away from his body."
Negatives: Lacks a burst and is really a one-speed possession receiver who does not stretch the field.
Analysis: "Dell elevated his game in 2010, going from free agent prospect to middle round player based on his senior season. He has the skills necessary to be a productive fourth receiver in the NFL if he continues to progress."
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