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    #2 2008 NFL DRAFT RAMS PICK (Round 2, 33rd overall): Donnie Avery, WR, Houston

    OVERVIEW

    Blessed with incredible speed, Donnie Avery is difficult for cornerbacks to catch once he reaches a clearing.

    Avery, clocked at 4.2 seconds in the 40-yard dash, put his quickness to good use during a breakout performance in 2007. He led Conference USA and ranked fourth in the nation with an average of 112 receiving yards per game, while his averaged of seven catches per contest also led the league and ranked 14th nationally.

    In addition, he shattered school and conference records during his final campaign with 346 yards receiving in the Rice contest, becoming the first player in C-USA annals to gain over 300 yards receiving in a game. His 427 all-purpose yards in that game also set new league and Houston records, topping his own record set two weeks earlier with 350 yards vs. East Carolina.

    At Hastings High School, Avery was a unanimous first-team All-District selection as both a wide receiver and return specialist during his final season. He helped lead the team to the district championship and an 11-3 record, hauling in 36 passes for 502 yards and two touchdowns to lead the District 19-5A receivers in 2002. He also returned 13 punts for 399 yards and three scores, as well as seven kickoffs for 345 yards and one touchdown, in addition to rushing 16 times for 175 yards and two scores.

    Avery turned down scholarship offers from Kansas State, Tennessee, Texas Christian, New Mexico and Kansas when he decided to enroll at Houston in 2003. He competed on the scout team that year, moving into the starting lineup for all 11 games in 2004.

    He finished fourth on the team with 18 receptions for 293 yards (16.3-yard average) and two scores, adding 343 yards on 18 kickoff returns (19.1 avg). He also returned three punts for 28 yards (9.3 avg) and registered seven tackles (four solo) with a stop for a two-yard loss. For his efforts, he was selected to the Freshman All-Conference USA squad.

    As a sophomore, Avery started eight of 12 contests. He ranked third on the team with 44 receptions and second with 688 yards (15.6-yard average), including five touchdowns. He also produced five solo tackles. Eight of his catches were for 20 yards or longer.

    In 2006, Avery appeared in 14 contests, earning 12 starts. He ranked second on the Cougars with 57 catches for 852 yards (14.9-yard average) and five touchdowns, as 12 of those grabs were for gains of at least 20 yards. He totaled 113 yards on six kickoff returns (18.8 avg) and amassed 965 all-purpose yards.

    Avery earned All-American second-team honors as an all-purpose back from The NFL Draft Report. He was a consensus All-Conference USA first-team choice as a receiver and second-team pick on special teams. He paced the Cougars with a career-high 91 catches for 1,456 yards (16.0 avg) and seven touchdowns. Seventeen of his catches were for at least 20 yards, as he also returned 15 kickoffs for 424 yards (28.3 avg) and a score. He recorded two solo tackles and generated 1,880 all-purpose yards.

    Avery started 42 of 50 games at Houston. He became the third player in school history to gain over 3,000 yards receiving, as he caught 210 passes for 3,289 yards (15.7-yard average) and 19 touchdowns. He had 41 catches for 20 yards or longer and returned 40 kickoffs for 896 yards (22.4-yard average), including one score. He added 28 yards on three punt returns (9.3 avg) and recorded 14 tackles (11 solo) with a stop for a two-yard loss. He amassed 4,213 all-purpose yards, an average of 84.26 yards per game.

    Career Notes

    Became the fifth player in school history to amass over 4,000 all-purpose yards (4,213) in a career, joining Ketric Sanford (5,817: 1996-99), Chuck Weatherspoon (5,715: 1987-90), Vincent Marshall (4,762: 2003-06) and Brandon Middleton (4,104: 1999-2003)...His 4,213 yards rank eighth overall in Conference USA history and third among wide receivers, topped only by Arnold Jackson of Louisville (4,915: 1997-2000) and Zek Parker of Louisville (4,459: 1998-2001)...Ranks fourth in Houston history with 210 receptions, surpassed by Vincent Marshall (272, 2003-06), Orlando Iglesias (222, 1997-2001) and Manny Hazard (220, 1989-90)...His 210 catches rank seventh on the Conference USA career list behind Arnold Jackson of Louisville (300, 1997-2000), Vincent Marshall, JaJuan Dawson of Tulane (236, 1996-98), Orlando Iglesias, Ibn Green of Louisville (217, 1996-99) and Roydell Williams of Tulane (215, 2000-04)...Avery gained 3,289 yards receiving, joining Vincent Marshall (3,770) and Elmo Wright (3,347; 1968-70) as the only players in school history to gain over 3,000 yards receiving in a career...His 3,289 yards placed him third in Conference USA annals behind Vincent Marshall and Arnold Jackson of Louisville (3,670: 1997-2000)...His 19 touchdown catches rank sixth in UH history, topped by Elmo Wright (34, 1968-70), Manny Hazard (31, 1989-90), Vincent Marshall (26, 2003-06), Brandon Middleton (24, 1999-2003) and Ken Hebert (22, 1965-67)...Avery's average of 112.0 yards receiving per game in 2007 rank second on the league season-record chart behind Roddy White of Alabama-Birmingham (121.0 yards per game, 2004)...Amassed 1,880 all-purpose yards in 2007, the fourth best season total in Houston annals, topped by Chuck Weatherspoon (2,391 in 1989 and 2,038 in 1990) and Robert Newhouse (1,988 in 1971)...His 1,456 yards receiving in 2007 are topped only by Manny Hazard (1,689 in 1989) on the school's single-season chart...His 1,456 yards also set a Conference USA record, topping the old mark of 1,452 yards by Roddy White of Alabama-Birmingham in 2004...His 91 receptions in 2007 rank seventh on the Cougars' season-record list and only Arnold Jackson of Louisville (101 in 1999) and JaJuan Dawson of Tulane (94 in 1999) had more receptions in a season in Conference USA annals...His kickoff return average of 28.26 yards in 2007 rank third in Houston's annual record books behind Claude King (29.1 average in 1958) and Mike Smith (29.1-yard average in 1998)...His 13 catches vs. Rice in 2007 were the most by a Conference USA receiver since Brian Robinson of Houston caught 15 balls in the 2000 Army clash...Avery's 346 yards receiving vs. Rice in 2007 broke the old league game-record of 260 yards by Kendrick Lee of Southern Mississippi vs. Houston in 1996 and broke the old school record of 262 yards by Elmo Wright vs. Wyoming in 1969...His 346 yards rank third in NCAA Subdivision history behind Troy Edwards of Louisiana Tech (405 vs. Nebraska in 1998) and Randy Gatewood of Nevada-Las Vegas (363 vs. Idaho in 1994)...Avery's 427 all-purpose yards in the 2007 Rice game broke the league game record he set two weeks earlier vs. East Carolina (350), both topping the old Conference USA record of 347 yards by Cory Rodgers of Texas Christian vs. Louisville in 2004...His 427 yards rank fifth on the NCAA list to 578 Emmett White of Utah State (578 vs. New Mexico State in 2000), Reggie Bush of Southern California (513 vs. Fresno State in 2005), Brian Pruitt of Central Michigan (435 vs. Toledo in 1994) and Moe Williams of Kentucky (429 vs. South Carolina in 1995)...His 100-yard kickoff return vs. East Carolina in 2007 tied Ricky Wilson of Houston (vs. Louisville in 2003), Fred Smith of Tulane (vs. Texas Christian in 2003) and Broderick Clark of Louisville (vs. Kentucky in 2002) for the longest kickoff return in Conference USA history.

    High School

    Attended Hastings (Alief, Tex.) High School, playing football for head coach Bobby Stuart...Unanimous first-team All-District selection as both a wide receiver and return specialist during his final season...Helped lead the team to the district championship and an 11-3 record that year...Hauled in 36 passes for 502 yards and two touchdowns to lead the District 19-5A receivers in 2002...Also returned 13 punts for 399 yards and three scores, as well as seven kickoffs for 345 yards and one touchdown, in addition to rushing 16 times for 175 yards and two scores.



    ANALYSIS

    Positives: Has a lean frame with solid muscle tone and can add more bulk without having it hinder his timed speed...Possesses large hands, a tight abdomen, good bubble, a bit high-cut, but shows developed thighs and calves...Has impressive strength for a player his size, but the weight room numbers don't always translate to the playing field...Displays blazing speed, quick feet, and excellent explosiveness and change-of-direction agility...Plays with very good awareness, showing the ability to adjust to coverage without having to throttle down...Has generated good production catching the ball outside his framework...Sometimes looks a little tight in his lower base, but is generally an agile and elusive route runner who can rack up yardage after the catch if he is able to elude the initial tackle...Has good hands and body control, and the necessary ball skills to make the tough catch...Has improved his concentration lapses catching in a crowd, but is still a work in progress...Big-play type who works hard to protect the ball after the catch...Quick-twitch type with suddenness...When not challenged, he is very sudden getting into his routes...Does a nice job of working back to the ball when his quarterback is under pressure...Shows crisp speed-cut moves, doing a nice job of dropping his pads and accelerating out of his breaks...Shows fluid body moves timing his leaps and extending for the ball along the boundaries...His change-of-direction agility and body control usually leave second-level defenders grabbing at air...Good zone route runner who demonstrates excellent awareness along the boundary...Finds the soft spots in zone coverage, executing crisp double moves in his route to elude and can easily gobble up the cushion and run by the defenders vs. the level of competition he has faced...Plays the game hard and is not afraid to lay out for a ball or take a big hit...A vocal leader who sets a good example for other players by doing extra work in the weight room and in position drills...Gets upfield quickly using good burst and acceleration, as well as a clean release at the line of scrimmage...Freezes defenders off the line with excellent suddenness and change-of-direction agility...Has enough functional strength to push defensive backs out of their backpedal...Displays an outstanding ability to drop his weight quickly, getting in and out of cuts crisply...Creates good separation with his outstanding playing speed and runs crisp routes, using a good center of gravity to make his cuts...Has the quick feet to plant and make the initial tackler miss...Demonstrates good timing to challenge for the pass at its high point...Will cradle the ball at times, but works hard to get good placement...Can pluck the ball away from his body and reacts quickly to the ball in flight, showing good ability to dig out low throws...Can take the ball all the way when he's out in front of a defense...Very creative on the move and does a good job of holding on to the ball after colliding with the defender...Has very good torso flexibility on returns and also possesses the speed, elusiveness, and agility to be a good return specialist at the next level.

    Negatives: Has a muscular frame, but lacks the ideal bulk and size to get physical with defenders competing for the ball in a crowd...Has very good suddenness when he gets a clean release off the line, but vs. the press, he dances around too much to get into his route quickly...Has had concentration lapses, mostly when having to catch in tight areas, when he hears the defender's footsteps...Needs to be more alert to low tackles, as he is easily tripped up in the open (needs to sidestep better)...Has good elusiveness after the catch, but is prone to running into spots...Will go for the ball in a crowd, but gets ping-ponged often, resulting in a failure to get to those throws...More of a pest-type blocker, as his weight-room strength does not translate to the field...Will get pushed back by a bull rush when blocking on the line...Has had poor production inside the red zone.

    Compares To: KEVIN CURTIS-Philadelphia...Avery's suddenness into his routes have some comparing him to Buffalo's Lee Evans, but Avery's run-after-catch skills aren't first-rate and he's easily tripped up by low tackles. Avery's quickness is world-class. He has outstanding change-of-direction agility and does an excellent job of working his feet along the sideline. His speed allows him to create separation, but he must learn to get a better push vs. the jam, as he will dance around too much in attempts to escape the press. He is a quality kickoff returner, but not in the Devin Hester mold. Still, he will be a significant contributor as a return specialist. In a multiple-receiver formation, Avery instantly provides a team with a valid deep threat on the outside.

    Injury Report

    2007: Suffered a hyperextended left knee and a medial collateral ligament sprain in a late August scrimmage, but did not miss any playing time.



    QUESTION AND ANSWER

    Growing up, who was your favorite NFL player and why?
    Jerry Rice. He was smooth in everything that he did.

    In college, what player hit you the hardest? Who was the recipient of your best hit?
    Don't remember.

    What TV-show marathon will keep you on the couch all day?
    Comic View -- non-stop laughter.

    What are the five most-played songs in your iPod? What's the one song you hope nobody ever finds out is in your iPod?
    Rick Ross - Hustlin; Sam Cooke - Change Gonna Come; T.I. - ASAP

    What celebrity would play you in the movie version of your life and why?
    Bill Belamy -- How to be a player.

    What is one thing your teammates don't know about you?
    That I watch Barney with my little girl almost every morning.

    What reality TV show would you like to be on and why?
    Survivor. I like the different scenariors they put you in.

    What's your proudest moment in football? Proudest moment off the field?
    Being a team player, blocking down field to let the running back make the winning touchown. My proudest moment is being a dad.

    When you play Madden, what team do you use? Do you put yourself on the team?
    Houston Texans. Everytime.

    Who has been the biggest influence on your football career and how?
    WR coach Jason Phillips. He never let me settle for being average.
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    Re: 2008 NFL DRAFT RAMS PICK (Round 2, 33rd overall): Donnie Avery, WR, Houston

    Wow... with all the WR's on the board... this might have been a reach.

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    Re: 2008 NFL DRAFT RAMS PICK (Round 2, 33rd overall): Donnie Avery, WR, Houston

    disguisted.

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    Re: 2008 NFL DRAFT RAMS PICK (Round 2, 33rd overall): Donnie Avery, WR, Houston

    At least trade down if you want him that badly...unbelievable

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    Re: 2008 NFL DRAFT RAMS PICK (Round 2, 33rd overall): Donnie Avery, WR, Houston

    I'm so disappointed by this pick. I'm just now recovering from anger. We could have had him in the 3rd, probably even 4th. We take him in the early 2nd.

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    Re: 2008 NFL DRAFT RAMS PICK (Round 2, 33rd overall): Donnie Avery, WR, Houston

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    Re: 2008 NFL DRAFT RAMS PICK (Round 2, 33rd overall): Donnie Avery, WR, Houston

    Along with 99% of Rams fans, I do not like this pick.

    But what do i know...

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    Re: 2008 NFL DRAFT RAMS PICK (Round 2, 33rd overall): Donnie Avery, WR, Houston

    Once everyone gets over the shock of the Rams passing on bigger names at WR, I think a a deep breath and a calm head makes this pick much more understandable.

    The Rams needed to add speed to their receiver corps. This should be an undisputed fact. Holt is losing his speed because of his knee injury. Bennett is a tall guy, not incredibly fast. Caldwell isn't going to burn you. Avery is one of the fastest guys in the draft, and he has much better size than DeSean Jackson.

    It seems obvious that NFL teams don't view this WR class as having a lot of top talent. Devin Thomas went right after we took Avery, but then the Packers took Jordy Nelson. Jordy Nelson! Right now Jackson, Sweed, and Kelly are still on the board. Eddie Royal went above all of them. Jackson's weight is probably worrying some teams. Sweed's injury could be the cause of his slip. Hardy has off the field character concerns that probably caused him to drop to Buffalo's second rounder.

    Avery has elite quickness and is a deep threat. He has a lot of starting experience in college and was very productive. His ability to change direction is considered to be top notch. He needs to work on his route running and his ability to beat the jam at the line, but those are the kinds of things that can be taught. Legitimate 4.3 speed cannot. I think he'll be a good fit in Saunders' scheme, definitely a guy who could be a weapon in multiple receiver sets. He can also contribute as a special teams player, which the Rams can always use.

    Again, the fact that Jordy Nelson got picked over Jackson, Sweed, and Hardy demonstrates that NFL boards may not have had the WRs valued in the same manner as most fans and some analysts. I suspect there may not be as much difference in grade between Avery and some of these other guys, at least not as much as some may think.

    For those saying we could have had him later, there's absolutely no way of knowing that. That's based on fan and analyst pre-draft rankings, none of which predicted the first round being WR-less.
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    Re: 2008 NFL DRAFT RAMS PICK (Round 2, 33rd overall): Donnie Avery, WR, Houston

    Just like last years draft in the 2nd rd, we blow it again!

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    Re: 2008 NFL DRAFT RAMS PICK (Round 2, 33rd overall): Donnie Avery, WR, Houston

    I think we could have gotten him later, but we did need a speed guy.
    He's ran a 4.2. Holt still has speed, but he's getting older, and Bennett just has good speed for a WR. Maybe he can battle and become our #3 slot WR.
    I'm not too mad, not too happy with this pick. I'm kinda just... eh, OK.

    At least we drafted to fill a need. At least we didn't get a tight end!

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    Re: 2008 NFL DRAFT RAMS PICK (Round 2, 33rd overall): Donnie Avery, WR, Houston

    Quote Originally Posted by Nick View Post
    Once everyone gets over the shock of the Rams passing on bigger names at WR, I think a a deep breath and a calm head makes this pick much more understandable.

    The Rams needed to add speed to their receiver corps. This should be an undisputed fact. Holt is losing his speed because of his knee injury. Bennett is a tall guy, not incredibly fast. Caldwell isn't going to burn you. Avery is one of the fastest guys in the draft, and he has much better size than DeSean Jackson.

    It seems obvious that NFL teams don't view this WR class as having a lot of top talent. Devin Thomas went right after we took Avery, but then the Packers took Jordy Nelson. Jordy Nelson! Right now Jackson, Sweed, and Kelly are still on the board. Eddie Royal went above all of them. Jackson's weight is probably worrying some teams. Sweed's injury could be the cause of his slip. Hardy has off the field character concerns that probably caused him to drop to Buffalo's second rounder.

    Avery has elite quickness and is a deep threat. He has a lot of starting experience in college and was very productive. His ability to change direction is considered to be top notch. He needs to work on his route running and his ability to beat the jam at the line, but those are the kinds of things that can be taught. Legitimate 4.3 speed cannot. I think he'll be a good fit in Saunders' scheme, definitely a guy who could be a weapon in multiple receiver sets. He can also contribute as a special teams player, which the Rams can always use.

    Again, the fact that Jordy Nelson got picked over Jackson, Sweed, and Hardy demonstrates that NFL boards may not have had the WRs valued in the same manner as most fans and some analysts. I suspect there may not be as much difference in grade between Avery and some of these other guys, at least not as much as some may think.

    For those saying we could have had him later, there's absolutely no way of knowing that. That's based on fan and analyst pre-draft rankings, none of which predicted the first round being WR-less.
    He isn't a good value there at all. I didn't want a WR with the 33rd pick and I sure as hell don't want the #11 rated WR in the draft at #33. We're probably going to end up paying out our *backsides* for an early 2nd round pick and it's Donnie Avery? He's a slot WR pretty much. He's not going to be our #1 or #2 option. He might not even be our #3 option. He's already 24 years old as well (For those keeping track, yes, he is the same age as 5 year veteran Steven Jackson). We draft Dan Connor there, and he can make an immediate impact at OLB.

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    Re: 2008 NFL DRAFT RAMS PICK (Round 2, 33rd overall): Donnie Avery, WR, Houston

    I think the class was weak and filled with issues and we all have read about them. I was shocked but when you look at it, IMO Holt's replacement was not in that group. We got a very fast slot guy that can open things up in a hurry.


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    Re: 2008 NFL DRAFT RAMS PICK (Round 2, 33rd overall): Donnie Avery, WR, Houston

    I know everyone is heated over this pick, but look at the effect dynamic and top notch slot guy has on your offense. Look at Wes Welker Avery much faster and both have top notch agility and good hands. Avery will stretch the field catch the ball maybe more than any other guy available. That is extremely important because we need to open up the field for SJ. We are trying to build an offense around SJ and this guy is a piece that helps. He is a better version of Devery Henderson faster better hands and more agile he will be awesome in the slot. Like Nick said this WR have not all been that elite. People who think he was going in the 3rd or 4th you are dreaming. It is not easy to find speed like his productivity and and dynamic returner. It might have been better to go Devin Thomas the number 1 WR but Avery is a top slot guy and probably the best in the draft.

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    "Some general managers" are projecting Houston WR Donnie Avery as a top-40 pick, according to the Houston Chronicle.
    Avery may only know how to run go routes, but he can run them fast. He was seen as a third-rounder before lighting up his Pro Day with 40 times in the 4.2s. Avery is raw as a route runner, so he will be something of a luxury pick.
    Source: Houston Chronicle

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    Unhappy Re: 2008 NFL DRAFT RAMS PICK (Round 2, 33rd overall): Donnie Avery, WR, Houston

    Should of Traded down & got Avery later in the Rd or next RD.
    Ok a great Slot WR !
    What about a every down Outside WR .
    I would of rather had J. Nelson WR.
    What about other need picks ILB , OLB , DT , OT .
    WR in 3rd would have been better .

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    Re: 2008 NFL DRAFT RAMS PICK (Round 2, 33rd overall): Donnie Avery, WR, Houston

    Quote Originally Posted by Shan the Ram Man View Post
    Should of Traded down & got Avery later in the Rd or next RD.
    Ok a great Slot WR !
    What about a every down Outside WR .
    I would of rather had J. Nelson WR.
    What about other need picks ILB , OLB , DT , OT .
    WR in 3rd would have been better .

    We don't need an ILB at all. But I agree.

    All this said though, I hope Avery can prove me wrong.

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