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Jets take Louisville RB Powell in 4th round
Question of the Day
After three mostly unspectacular seasons during which he started just five times, Powell blossomed as a senior and fell just 25 yards shy of the school’s single-season rushing mark, set by Howard Stevens in 1971. He ran for over 100 yards seven times, and his two 200-yard performances set Louisville’s single-season mark and tied Stevens’ career record.
Kerley, the 153rd pick, caught 56 passes from Andy Dalton at TCU for 575 yards and 10 touchdowns last season, and also is a special teams standout. He won the Mountain West Conference’s special teams player of the year award his last two seasons.
“I’m definitely a special teams guy,” Kerley said. “I know what makes me, and my special teams ability is what makes me the player that I am.”
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