With a strong showing on Saturday, Iglesias, who’s currently the seventh-ranked wide receiver on Scout.com’s NFL Draft Rankings, could raise his stock and be in contention to be a high second-round selection.
“This is a childhood dream. And I’m out here shaking hands with kids and signing autographs, and I’m thinking, ‘I was you one day,’ ” he told Scout.com. “As the week goes on, reality is hitting, how close you are to a dream come true. So you just take it step by step, day by day.”
Jennings believes that as pro scouts and evaluators watch him up close here in Mobile, they’ll see that he has plenty to offer an NFL club.
“I’m a complete back who’s eager to learn, who’s physical and who’s just learning constantly,” he said. “Being able to stay on the field — whether it’s third-and-short, third-and-long, being able to catch the ball out of the backfield — there’s a lot of things that about my game that I know will make me successful at the next level.”
Robiskie, who’s father Terry is the wide receivers coach for the Atlanta Falcons, said he enjoys watching Roddy White and Michael Jenkins each week. But he also has some other favorite receivers around the league who he watches to help improve his game.
“Larry Fitzgerald is another one who is having a great postseason. They just made it to the Super Bowl, so he’s doing a lot for that team,” Robiskie said. “There’s a long list, Terrell Owens — what he does on the field — there are a number of guys I watch and just try to take a little bit from everybody. But I definitely enjoy watching the game and studying other receivers.”
“I had confidence coming into this week, and I knew that I would be facing the top centers in the nation, and I wanted to show what I could do,” Raji said. “I felt like I’ve been getting better each day, and with this being the last day in full pads, I thought I had my best performance.”
While practicing this week, and eventually airing it out in Saturday’s game, Wilson is hoping to show NFL scouts more than just what they’ve already seen on film.
“I want to show them my leadership both in and out of the huddle. And that means getting guys going, making plays and being a Winner,” he said.
Honorable mention All-Big 12 by the coaches and Associated Press… led Sooners in receptions and receiving yards … No. 2 receptions total in a season at OU, No. 4 all-time for receiving yards … posted team highs with seven grabs for 128 yards vs. North Texas … eight catches for 123 yards and a 35-yard TD run vs. Utah State … eight receptions for 142 yards and two touchdowns at Tulsa … led the Sooners with six catches (99 yards) vs. Texas … seven grabs for 73 yards at Tech and three kickoff returns for 115 yards, eighth-highest yardage total in school history … three kickoff returns for 110 yards against Miami … his 826 yards on kickoff returns is the best single-season mark in school history … ranks second all-time with 994 career return yards … No. 16 nationally in kickoff returns at 28.48 yards per return, a figured that ranks No. 2 in school year … rushed eight times for 87 yards and one touchdown vs. Utah State … long rush was a 41-yarder against North Texas.
Second on the team in receptions and yards … top game came in the Fiesta Bowl when he led OU with six catches for 120 yards … had five grabs against Washington, Oregon and Texas … touchdown receptions against Middle Tennessee and Oklahoma State … long catch, a 37-yarder, came at Oregon … also a potent kick returner … had an 88-yarder for a touchdown off a free kick at Baylor … had a total of 14 returns for 363 yards and one touchdown (averaged 25.9 per return).
Emerged as a standout as a true freshman … caught a 21-yard pass in the second overtime to give OU a win over Baylor … also caught a touchdown against Oklahoma State … set season highs in receptions (5) and yards (85) in the Pacific Life Holiday Bowl … had three receptions for 38 yards at UCLA and 62 receiving yards against Texas A&M … one rush for a nine-yard gain at Nebraska.
Earned all-area honors as a junior … recorded 42 catches for 886 and 10 touchdowns as a senior … threw two passes during his career, both for touchdowns … also returned kicks … named first team all-district as a senior in district 16-4A … a starter on the basketball team where he averaged 17 points per game … ran the 400, 800, and 1,600 relays as well … coached by Sam Jones.
Runs 4.45 in the 40 … son of Bobby and Bernita Iglesias … father owns a barber shop … born Aug. 22, 1987 … pronounced WAH-keen E-glay-C-us … major is sociology … ranks No. 3 all-time at OU with four 100-yard games … ranks No. 6 in career receiving yards and No. 8 in receptions.
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