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Despite Stats, Coach Calls Dorsey 'Playmaker'

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Intangibles and physical tools make Maryland's Kevin Dorsey an intriguing addition to receiver corps. Maryland position coach Lee Hull called Dorsey perhaps the "hardest-working kid I've ever coached."

By the end of the NFL Draft on Saturday, 27 receivers had been selected. None of them had stats anywhere as small as those of Maryland's Kevin Dorsey. Then again, none of them had to deal with the circumstances that dogged Dorsey during a senior season gone haywire. First, returning starting quarterback C.J. Brown tore his ACL in training camp. On Oct. 20, Perry Hills tore his ACL and Devin... Recommended Stories

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