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WR Mohamed Sanu - Cincinnati Bengals

6-2, 211Born: 8-22-1989College: RutgersDrafted: Round 3

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Quick fantasy outlook: Cincinnati drafted Mohamed Sanu last season after a very versatile college career. Sanu did it all in college. As a freshman, he caught 51 passes and ran 62 times, mostly from the "wildcat" quarterback position. He also threw seven passes, one connecting for a touchdown. As a sophomore, the reception/rush attempt split was 44/59, and Sanu was 6/9 passing with three touchdowns. As a junior, however, Sanu blossomed into a true receiver, catching 115 passes in 13 games. His skills as a possession receiver compliment the electric downfield abilities of A.J. Green, and his versatility is a great added bonus. Sanu can do many things to keep a defense on its heels. Last season, he threw a 73-yard touchdown pass on a deep post route to Green that was right on the money. In fact, the team has said that they may use him as the emergency quarterback and only keep two actual QBs on the roster coming out of camp. His development should lead to a higher focus on the passing attack for Cincinnati after being very balanced for quarterback Andy Dalton's first two seasons.

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