Cleveland Browns 2012 NFL Supplemental Draft, 2nd Round pick: WR Josh Gordon, Baylor
July 13th, 2012 By DraftNasty Staff Reports
Former Baylor wide receiver Josh Gordon (#12 pictured) was once one of 2011 Heisman Trophy winner Robert Griffin III's most dependable targets in 2010. In fact, he may have been the team's most explosive player on the perimeter. The 6-foot-3, 224-pound wideout combines solid speed (4.48-4.52) with long arms and decent explosiveness (36" VJ, 10'1" BJ).
Gordon had over 700 yards and accounted for seven receiving TDs on just 42 receptions in 2010. He also showed an ability to spring for big yardage on kickoff returns (see video below). His size and ball skills made him a matchup terror on the outside, but his two marijuana related run-ins while in school caused him to get dismissed from the Baylor program. He tried to enroll at Utah and even Houston after leaving Waco. Once thought of as the team's most dangerous outside receiving threat (even with Tennessee Titans' first-round pick Kendall Wright on the field), Gordon hasn't played in over a year but looked solid during his Pro Day workout for scouts not long ago, despite pulling a quad muscle during the session. He'll now team with 2012 first-round picks Brandon Weeden and Trent Richardson to add even more punch to an anemic Browns' offensive attack. His addition makes the 2012 4th round selection of former Miami, Fl. WR/PR Travis Benjamin an even more viable selection. The Browns used their 2011 first-round pick on Gordon's former Bears' teammate, Phil Taylor, and got solid results in his rookie year. They'll look to reap a similar payoff after forfeiting their 2013 second-round selection on the talented, yet often troubled Gordon.
Video Link on Gordon before 2011 season with Robert Griffin III and Kendall Wright:
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