Wide receiver Dez Patmon is considered one of the most physically gifted pass catchers to grace the Palouse with his great size and speed. However the 6-foot-4 230 pound outside receiver was known to be inconsistent on the field at times. Still Patmon finished his senior year with 58 catches for 762 yards and 8 touchdowns with making honorable mention All Pac-12. Now Dez gets his shot to impress the pro scouts this week in practices for Saturday’s East-West Shrine Bowl in St Petersburg FL.
Patmon has made some waves so far according to reporter Mike Luciano. Patmon has looked the best among the top big collegiate receivers invited to this game per Luciano. Here is a highlight of him catching a jump ball from Utah’s Tyler Huntley.
Here is what Patmon told Luciano about what he brings to the table for prospective NFL teams.
Washington State’s Dez Patmon on how he separated himself in a big WR group “I feel like I’m big, I’m athletic, I got speed, quickness. I’m the total package” #ShrineBowl
— Mike Luciano (@TheRealLuc3) January 15, 2020
The Green Bay Packers have taken notice as they met with the Cougar playmaker yesterday according to Luciano. NFLdraftcountdown.com currently has Patmon as the 42nd ranked receiver in the draft.
The East-West Shrine Game will take place for the 95th time at Noon Saturday on the NFL network if you want see Patmon compete against some of the best players in the country. Good luck Dez!
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