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High Noon Highlights: Is James Washington the top receiver in the NFL Draft?

COLLEGE FOOTBALL: OCT 28 Oklahoma State at West Virginia Photo by Frank Jansky/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images

It’s High Noon.

Pokes Are Showing Out at the Reeses Senior Bowl

Marcell Ateman, Mason Rudolph and James Washington are representing Oklahoma State in this Saturday’s Reeses Senior Bowl, although only Ateman and Washington are suiting up for the game, as Mason Rudolph is recovering from a minor foot injury.

Marcell Ateman

So far, the reviews have been positive for Marcell Ateman although there is concern about the size of his hands. Notes that I have seen said that Marcell had a tough first half of practice, but later settled in and began showing his elite ability to make tough catches in the second half of practice. Again, things Oklahoma State fans already knew. ;)

Hopefully we’ll see Marcell catch a back shoulder fade or two during Saturday’s game, and really show NFL scouts his valuable skill set. I mean, he is one of the future draftees with the most to gain before the NFL Draft.

James Washington

Scouts love James Washington, coaches love James Washington, Agents love James Washington, EVERYBODY loves James Washington.

Wait for it......

#Prescott2Washington? **Thinking Emoji**I’m not a Dallas Cowboys fan, but Whooooooeyyyyy! A Dez Bryant / James Washington-led receiving group would make my heart flutter!!!


In an interview, Rudolph said he would be

Rudolph said he grew up watching the Redskins, and it would be a “childhood dream” to wear the burgundy and gold.

Washington has the 13th pick in the first round this season. Could Jay Gruden be ready to move on from the Kirk Cousins saga and draft a QB with the first round pick? Time will tell.....

James Washington = Flash???

Could it be that Washington is actually the Marvel superhero Flash? Have you ever seen the duo in the same room?

The General outraced everyone on the field at the Senior Bowl, clocking in at 21.25 miles per hour, which is 1.25 MPH faster than a roadrunner can run. (Contrary to what the Looney Tunes want you to believe.)

Have a good Hump Day everyone!