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Terrence Edwards

WR | (6-0, 176, 4.48) | Georgia
By Pro Football Weekly

Notes: Forty time is not current and did not run at the Combine. Younger brother of former Georgia and NFL RB Robert Edwards. Top high school basketball player and option quarterback. Enrolled January 1999 and spent 14 games with the basketball team, averaging 7.4 minutes per game. Instant-impact player with the football team. After moving to wide receiver, started all but one game and caught 53 passes for 772 yards and nine touchdowns. Also returned six kicks for 134 yards in '99. Started every game in 2000, catching 53-704-4 and stood out in the Oahu Bowl vs. Virginia, when he caught 8-79-1, including a 40-yard touchdown. Started eight of 11 games in '01 and caught 39-613-6. Had a cold and then hot senior year, until he separated his shoulder vs. Mississippi. Caught 59-1,004-11 (including the Sugar Bowl win over Florida State).

Positives: Quick, athletic, flexible receiver who can get into and out of his breaks quickly. Has the speed to get deep and the moves to make you miss. Has semi-natural hands and can snatch the ball. Top leaper.

Negatives: His size and body build  he's narrow, skinny and frail-looking. Small, small-boned and does not have much growth potential. Hot-and-cold catcher who lets drops affect him. Thus, drops seem to come in batches.

Summary: A good receiver when he is playing with confidence, but he is awfully small and frail-looking and also has stretches when he seems to drop every other pass.

* Player biographies are provided by Pro Football Weekly.