"He has good size and is still young. Besides that, I do not see what is so great about him. Here are his career stats:
http://www.cfl.ca/index.php?module=rost ... ros_id=289
He has 113 catches and 1471 yards in 4 seasons. He is often injured. Herb Z, who is usually pessimistic, also likes the guy:
http://communities.canada.com/montrealg ... eiver.aspx
He also says he should be a deep threat. The guy has averaged 13 yards per catch during his career... How does that make him a deep threat?
I believe Nate Morton is just as good a prospect, probably better. Don't hesitate to tell me if I am proven wrong next season!"
Excellent reply! I had forgotten that he played in a Bellefeuille offense. The Als receivers also had low yards per catch stats in 2007, and we all know why...
I am willing to give the guy a chance. If he works out, great! If not, its always good to invite players to training camp. You never know what you can find (and you can always cut players that don't work out).