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  • Welcome Josh Palmer, WR, Tennessee (Pick #77)

    Pre-Draft Analysis

    Palmer is a sure-handed receiver with long arms and good body control. He has the top-end speed to threaten vertically and rip off yards after the catch. He's a tough competitor with the potential to develop into a sufficient route runner but he struggles with physical press coverage. -- Steve Muench

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    Welcome Josh.

    Unexpected, but the Dude abides.
    Our quarterback is a golden god.


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      wanted DE or TE


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          Sounds like he’s leverage against MW


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            Josh Palmer, WR, Tennessee â€" NFL Draft Player Profile

            If you’re looking for a sleeper in the 2021 NFL Draft then look no further than Tennessee Volunteers wide receiver Josh Palmer.

            Oliver Hodgkinson
            April 12, 2021

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            In his first season as the lead wide receiver for the Tennessee Volunteers, Josh Palmer put himself on the 2021 NFL Draft radar. Can he follow former teammate Jauan Jennings and convert an opportunity at the Reese’s Senior Bowl into hearing his name called in the NFL Draft?
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            Josh Palmer NFL Draft Profile
            • Position: Wide Receiver
            • School: Tennessee
            • Current Year: Senior
            • Height: 6’1 1/4″
            • Weight: 210 pounds
            • Wingspan: 79″
            • Arm: 33″
            • Hand: 9 3/8″
            Tony Pauline’s Josh Palmer Scouting Report

            Positives: Nice-sized wideout with reliable hands. Sells routes, knows where he is on the field, and uses the sidelines well. Tracks the pass in the air and extends his hands, snatching the ball away from his frame. Displays solid eye/hand coordination, plays with excellent body control, and keeps his focus as well as his concentration. Comes back to the ball out of breaks, stays low on exit, and offers the quarterback a big target.
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            Negatives: Possesses minimal quickness and shows no real burst in his game. Cannot run to the deep throw. Occasionally does a bit of double-catching.
            Analysis: Palmer is a nice-sized receiver with a solid game and struggled primarily due to poor quarterback play at Tennessee. He displayed a lot of skill during Senior Bowl practices and is a Day 3 selection who could make a roster as a fourth receiver.



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                There is your head scratcher


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                  33” arms are impressive for a WR.
                  Our quarterback is a golden god.


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                    Offensive rookie of the year with Herbert throwing him bombs. Back to back OROY's.

                    (I'm just hoping, no idea really)


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                        Is it just me or do I see a bit of Keenan Allen?