Mike Thomas WR Arizona #10

Ht: 5'8
Wt: 197

Impressive speed. A true home run threat. A weapon on kick and punt returns. Reliable hands. Well built for his size. Willing to go across the middle and can take a hit. Very productive throughout his college career; the Pac-10's all-time leader in receptions.
Vastly undersized. Not a physical receiver. Struggles when jammed at the line of scrimmage. Plays slower than his timed speed indicated.
Thomas is a little overrated because of his impressive performance at the combine and his inflated collegiate numbers in Arizona's pass-happy offense. He's a talented receiver, but should not be counted on as anything more than a slot receiver at the next level. His lack of size is a serious concern, but the recent success of smaller receivers such as Wes Welker gives teams reason to believe Thomas can be successful if used correctly.

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