“He’s a big target and has a big catch radius,” McCardell said. “Sometimes balls maybe are not on target, but with his big catch radius he’s on target.”
As far as Duper is concerned, there’s no question where his former pupil is headed: “I think Leonard Hankerson was a steal in the third round,” Duper said. “I think he’s going to be a star in the NFL and do great things in the NFL.”
If not, the reason won’t be lack of effort.
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