Texas A&M WR Mike Evans Expected To Leave For Draft

Oct 12, 2013; Oxford, MS, USA; Texas A

Texas A&M WR Mike Evans is one of the top prospects that is eligible for the draft this season. He is only a redshirt sophomore, but it looks like he is expected to enter the NFL draft after the season, according to a source.

Evans is one of the top talents at receiver. He is a huge target standing at 6-foot-5 lining out wide. He has been tearing it up this season, averaging 23.0 yards per reception and picking up a total 737 yards on the season through the first 6 games of the year.

In his first season with the Aggies, Evans collected 82 receptions for 1,105 yards. While everyone has their eyes on Johnny Manziel, teams will notice Mike Evans making big time plays in the passing game.

He is too big and too physical of a receiver to miss. If he does declare for the draft this season, he will be a big time target for someone’s offense. He could be a top 10 pick in the draft.

Evans will present a matchup problem for defenses. He is too big and physical for corners to cover. He can be something really special for someone on offense.

In today’s matchup, Evans made a big time statement catching 11 passes for 287 yards and 4 touchdowns. How are you going to defend this kid in the NFL?

Topics: Mike Evans, NFL Draft, Texas A&M Aggies

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