Round 5, pick 156: Antonio Gandy-Golden WR, Liberty
Liberty is smaller than Western Kentucky or UMass, but we have seen Jon Robinson value production in smaller school player when looking past the first few tiers of wide receivers.
Few players have production like AGG over the past two years who sits at 2,433 yards and 20 touchdowns over that stretch. With just 24 games in the last two seasons, there is no one in the country who has done more with fewer opportunities over that time.
He obviously isn’t a perfect prospect and it is going to be interesting to see how the 6’4, 220 lb. receiver runs at the combine. But even then, his skill set is too intriguing to ignore even if you only use him in certain situations.
On the boundary he has shown the ability to high point passes over defenders that are in much better position than he is. Not that this is his fault, most of the time there is an issue with the pass and he does such a good job adjusting to it that it isn’t immediately recognizable.
Adding him as a redzone target to replace Tajae Sharpe with the potential of growing into a full fledged boundary WR is very enticing and the fit and the value make perfect sense here.