As former Georgia running back Danny Ware looks forward to the NFL combine in Indianapolis, he continues to train harder than ever. Ink seems to be the common theme these days for Ware. We caught up with Ware to find him getting new ink with a new tattoo, inking a deal with an agent and working...[details]
Personal: Talented athlete who passed for 1,286 yards and 13 touchdowns his senior year in leading Northside High to the finals of the AAAAA State Championship game...has the ability to change directions a lot like former Tiger great Woodrow Dantzler...rushed for 1,008 yards and 10 touchdowns...a four-star prospect according to Rivals100.com...the #15 athlete in the nation by Rivals100.com...played for Conrad Nix...chose Clemson over Auburn, Florida, Florida State, Georgia, Georgia Tech, South Carolina, and Tennessee...born Chansi V. Stuckey October 4, 1983...majoring in sports management.
The good: He has natural pass-catching ability and moves very well as a runner after the catch and can help a pro offense as a rookie. He has the separation speed to get deep and uses his sub-4.4 speed well. He has the ability to track the ball and make adjustments, with good body control, hands and leaping skills to hit the home run. He should provide his club with a highly developed slot receiver who is ready to help in three wideout sets immediately.
The bad: At the Combine, he ran a poor 4.56 and 4.6 40 times. He is a shorter, compact athlete who relies on speed and quickness to be dangerous every time he touches the ball. He shows the ability to go over the middle, though he still must prove to be tough enough to do that regularly against NFL caliber defenders.
Outlook: Smallish big-play receiver with a high level of development to give a club a fine addition in multiple sets. He will most likely be selected on the second day after an average Senior Bowl and NFL Combine effort. Top 200 prospect on my board with a nice upside from here and ideal for a West Coast offense. Clubs like the Jaguars, Chiefs and Browns are interested.
This is special to Rivals.com from Frank Coyle. Coyle has written about the NFL Draft in his newsletter for more than...[Complete Bio]