Senior Joel Klatt, a former walk-in and three-year starter, will leave CU with several school passing records. Klatt has been solid in 2005, completing 62 percent of his passes for 2,437 yards and 14 touchdowns. He's thrown just six interceptions over 10 games...here's a complete breakdown of the...[details]
Pros: Joe has fine mobility, strength and good hands to be a quality pro performer. His athleticism and size for the position are optimal and his speed is very good. He has extremely high football intelligence. His good hands rank with any player in this draft. He is very quick off the snap and gets into and out of his cuts at top speed with fine separation speed. He has good lateral agility, balance, field vision and change of direction. He knows how to use his hands to beat the jam and get a smooth release out into the pattern. He is adept at blocking on the second level and can find the linebacker or safety and hit a moving target in the open field. Cons: Needs to improve bulk and blocking ability. Needs to add muscle to his frame. Lower-body strength needs to be improved to have a better base when blocking. Numbers: As a senior he caught 33 passes for 468 yards (14.2-yard average) and four touchdowns. As a junior, he caught 28 passes for 284 yards and four touchdowns. At the combine, he ran the 40-yard dash in 4.62 seconds with a 36" vertical jump and a 9'4" broad jump. Benched 225 pounds 27 times. He had a 1.55 time in the first ten yards of the 40, which is a fine number for a 255-pound athlete.
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