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Jamorris Warren, WR: The Fred Lane of 2011?

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EXCERPT FROM A CHEIFS SITE: "That's where former University of Central Missouri wideout Jamorris Warren comes into the discussion.

The 6'1, 197 lb receiver had over 1,400 yards and 20 TDs last season in a breakout season for the Mules.

He has great speed, judging by the 4.5 40-meter dash that he clocked at the NFL combine earlier this year.

However, the big thing that Warren is known for is his great set of hands.

I can attest to this, as I have seen him throughout his career at UCM, and he made one spectacular catch after another while playing for D-II Central Missouri.

First-round draft pick Blaine Gabbert knows a little about this, as he worked out with Warren at a Pro Day that they both attended in Columbia just a few weeks before the draft.

Warren has the ability to be a big play wide receiver for the Chiefs and they faster they realize this, the faster he could be the next diamond in the rough for Scott Pioli and his staff."

http://www.thetelegraph.com/articles/warren-52831-teams-nfl.html

http://bleacherreport.com/articles/713951-rookie-free-agent-wr-jamorris-warren-could-be-a-diamond-in-the-rough-for-kc

http://www.nationalfootballpost.com/Central-Missouri-WR-Jamorris-Warren-drawing-interest.html

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Thats all good and everything but why didn't he get drafted?

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Why didn't James Harrison get drafted?

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While I like the signing, we will have to wait and see. Add to this article that he went to Central Missouri, I hope it's not just them talking him up. Only time will tell though, but it seems that we have picked up some good pieces to add to this team at a great price tag.

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Don't dismiss the guy because he went undrafted. Plenty of guys sittin in Canton were UDFA. He went to a small school and didn't blow anyone away at his Pro Day but that doesn't mean he can't be a solid player. Would rather had us pick up Jeff Maehl but oh well.

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doesnt matter why he didnt get drafted he had some great numbers last year.everything i read said he catches everything.

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Can he play out of the shotgun?

i was scrolling down the page as fast as possible hoping no one had beat me to this

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