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NFL Draft Report Super Sleeper: Archer

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Kent State's explosive Dri Archer lacks polish as a receiver but, as noted in this scouting report from NFL scout Dave-Te' Thomas, he's a threat to score from anyplace on the field, whether it's catching, rushing or returning.

Sometimes, undersized running backs get relegated to third-down or return duties in the National Football League, but Kent State's jack-of-all-trades, Dri Archer, could emerge as a Tavon Austin/Randall Cobb/Dexter McCluster-type of weapon. He was banged up quite a bit with nagging injuries last season, but has shown natural hands and, of course, incredible speed and elusiveness to be a dangerous... Recommended Stories

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