Originally posted by MadDog49er:
He is a physical receiver who has great hands. He is also a guy who doesn't mind doing the dirty work. He will run the Wildcat, return punts, and as stated earlier, block, block, block. Finally, he already has an NFL body. Some of the early entry guys look pretty rail thin, but Sanu has that Dwayne Bowe look to him.
In fact, I think he is a Dwayne Bowe clone, minus the attitude.
Sanu is much much more raw than Bowe was. Bowe was a lot more accomplished in college, although I do think that ultimately, Sanu has a higher ceiling. Physically they're very similar, both are 6-2....stout bodies....215+ plus, physical receivers, both should run around the same range....Bowe ran about a 4.5, Sanu should be somewhere around there as well.
The big difference to me is that Bowe came out as a senior, he went to the Senior Bowl and absolutely wreaked havoc and caught a lot of attention because of it, he moved way up the list in terms of the draft, so he showed he could get it done against other near-pro competition. Sanu's still somewhat of a wild-card, a very impressive one, but we'll know more after the Combine.