Paris Warren
WR | (6'0", 219, 4.55) | Utah

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Selected by: Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Round: 7
Pick (Overall): 11(225)
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Overall: Warren began his career at Oregon, where he redshirted in 2000 and played sparingly as a reserve in 2001. He transferred to Utah in 2002 and sat out the season per NCAA transfer rules. Warren started all 11 games and finished 10th nationally in catches per game with 76 receptions in his 2003 junior season. As a senior in 2004, Warren led the Utes with 80 receptions for 1,076 yards and 12 TD's. Warren got off to a slow start at college but found his niche in the Utah offense the last two seasons. Warren is a possession receiver with adequate height, good bulk, a very good feel for reading defenses and above average hands. However, while he does have a chance to develop into a chain-moving sub-package slot receiver that can work the underneath middle, Warren's upside is limited by his lack of speed, elusiveness and versatility. Warren ... For complete overview, strengths and weaknesses, login above or become an Insider.
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