NFL DRAFT: EVALUATING EX-TOP RECRUITS WHO DIDN'T MATCH HYPE

Receivers Malachi Dupre of LSU and Travis Rudolph of Florida State are prime examples of pro prospects who left high school as five-star recruits and now enter the NFL draft trying to overcome perceptions that they never fulfilled their promise in college. For NFL teams, the challenge is figuring out ...

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