It’s a talented and deep class of Wide Receivers at the Senior Bowl in Mobile this week. And the Assistant General Manager of the Bills, Doug Whaley, says several of the wideouts have already made favorable impressions.
In an appearance on The John Murphy Show Wednesday night live from Mobile, Whaley talked about the wide receivers who have caught his eye during the first three days of Senior Bowl practices.
“Quinton Patton (Louisiana Tech). He had a great day today catching the deep ball,” Whaley told host John Murphy. “And Cobi Hamilton of Arkansas has done a good job of making contested catches. Tavarres King of Georgia had an outstanding day Tuesday. Those guys have been pretty impressive.”
“You’d have to say Marquise Goodwin (Texas). He’s a speed guy, he’s going to have some trouble, he’ll need to work on getting off the press. Aaron Dobson from Marshall is another guy that has a nice combination of size and speed and can judge and go get the deep ball. He’s been pretty good. And Aaron Mellette from Elon—a big guy that’s smooth. 6-0 204-pounds. He’s got some size and he’s smooth. Coming from a small school, he’s stepped up and he’s shown that this isn’t too big a stage for him.”
The entire interview with Bills Assistant GM Doug Whaley is available on The John Murphy Show podcast on BuffaloBills.com
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