Rookie Bruce Ellington also looked sharp. He has excellent acceleration, getting in and out of breaks quickly and turning up field on a dime. He's fluid and may be the fastest of all the wideouts. He beat fellow rookie Dontae Johnson on a deep pass from Bethel-Thompson during one-on-one drills early in practice.
Some of you have asked about second-round pick Carlos Hyde. Running backs â" especially big, between-the-tackles running backs â" are tough to evaluate during non-contact sessions because, um, there's not a lot of contact permitted.
Hyde, however, has shown nice hands out of the backfield. One of his gifts is that he moves like a smaller man. Today he caught a swing pass during red-zone drills and then outraced Cox to the pylon for a touchdown.
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