Cover 2: Colorado WR Paul Richardson & CB Lamarcus Joyner


Paul Richardson, WR, Colorado, Junior (with a medical redshirt)

College stats:Richardson was named first-team All-Pac-12 in 2013 after starting all 12 games and leading the Buffaloes with 83 receptions, 1,343 receiving yards and 10 touchdowns. That production followed a medical redshirt in 2012 that was awarded because of a torn ACL Richardson suffered during a spring practice. Richardson had 39 catches for 555 yards and five touchdowns in 2011, which was highlighted by his 11-catch, 284-yard game against California in which he set a school record for receiving yards in a game and had two TDs. He started four games in 2010 and had 34 catches for 514 yards and six scores.

Combine measurements: Height: 6 feet; Weight: 175 pounds

Combine performances: 40-yard dash: 4.40 seconds (tied for third among WRs); Vertical jump: 38 inches; Broad jump: 10 feet, 4 inches; 3-cone drill: 7.09 seconds 

Jeremiah's ranking:44th out of the top 50 prospects

Lamarcus Joyner, CB, Florida State, Senior

College stats:Joyner was twice selected first-team All-ACC (2012-13) and was first-team All-America in 2013 after leading the Seminoles with 5.5 sacks, finishing second with 69 tackles and had two interceptions as a cornerback. Joyner made 27 consecutive starts at safety 2011-12. In 2012, he had 51 tackles and one interception and returned 18 kickoffs 424 yards. In 2011, Joyner had 54 tackles, four interceptions and returned 13 kickoffs 397 yards and was second-team All-ACC. Joyner played in 14 games at cornerback as a freshman and had 23 tackles and returned 16 kickoffs 329 yards.

Combine measurements: Height: 5 feet, 8 inches; Weight: 184 pounds

Combine performances: 40-yard dash: 4.55 seconds; Bench press: 14 reps; Vertical jump: 37.5 inches; Broad jump: 10 feet, 4 inches; 3-cone drill: 7.26 seconds; 20-yard shuttle: 4.40 seconds 

Jeremiah's ranking:49th out of the top 50 prospects

Take a look at AP photos of receiver Paul Richardson and cornerback Lamarcus Joyner, two of NFL analyst Daniel Jeremiah's top 50 prospects.

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