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Tampa Bay makes their final selection of the 2014 NFL Draft, selecting WR Robert Herron from Wyoming with the 185th overall pick.
Los Angeles native who also starred on the track team as a prep, recording a 10.5-second 100 meters. As a true freshman in 2010, played 10 games (one start) and tallied six receptions for 57 yards (9.5-yard average) and zero touchdowns. Did not play against Utah (ankle) or Colorado State (concussion). Started 8-of-12 games played in '11, snagging 43-379-3 (8.8). Did not play against Boise and did not start the final two games against Colorado State and Temple. Started all eight games played in '12, managing 31-657-8 (21.2). Did not play against Toledo and Cal Poly because of a shin injury, then suffered a hamstring pull against Nevada and sat out against Air Force. Started all 12 games in '13 and hauled in 72-937-9 (13.0). Split his time between running back and receiver his first two seasons -- rushed 54 times in his career for 310 yards (5.7) and zero touchdowns.
BOTTOM LINE: Very diminutive, outside receiver with the timed speed to threaten the field vertically and potentially contribute in the return game. Needs to prove he can bow up against better competition and is more than a track athlete.
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