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Topic - Chris Givens
Good as Andrew Luck and Robert Griffin III have been, look beyond the first-year quarterbacks making a strong first impression and check out the other NFL rookies delivering dynamic performances.
Without his favorite target, Sam Bradford seemed lost. The top pick of the 2010 draft completed a measly seven passes. The St. Louis Rams defense was there to pick him up — by continually knocking down Kevin Kolb.
Wide receivers and more trades were trendy Saturday at the NFL draft.
Virginia Tech secondary coach Torrian Gray watches games from a booth high above the field. He could see exactly what redshirt freshman cornerback Detrick Bonner did wrong during the third quarter of last week's game at Wake Forest.
Tanner Price threw three touchdown passes, Josh Harris rushed for 136 yards and Wake Forest upset No. 23 Florida State 35-30 on Saturday.
"I don't know how wide open I was," Givens said. "But I knew I was going to be open."
"Yesterday was a little frustrating and a little humbling at the same time," Givens said of not going on Friday. "I really felt like they liked me a lot and I thought they were going to get me and then they got Brian Quick (to begin Round 2), and then I thought OK, well, they're not going to get me anymore. Then today I was pleasantly surprised."