Scouts Eye: Draft bargains
WR Little looms large for Browns; QB Kaepernick suits 49ers well
Originally Published: May 2, 2011By Matt Williamson | Scouts Inc.
A look at some of the bargain picks from the 2011 NFL draft: Greg Little, WR, Cleveland Browns: Little could very easily fizzle out. Or he could become a Terrell Owens-type of force at wide receiver. He is great after the catch and extremely strong and physical. Even though he didn't play in 2010 after having dealings with an agent, Little should quickly grab ahold of the Browns' top wide receiver role -- even though he still needs a lot of work on his craft. His big frame and overall skill set are perfect for QB Colt McCoy and the Browns' new dedication to a West Coast scheme.
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