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Da’Rick Rogers

The addition of Da’Rick Rogers has been all but forgotten about this offseason, which is a mistake.

He went undrafted in 2013 due to off-field incidents and immaturity. Whether he rights the ship in that regard is anyone’s guess.

But on the field? He’s not your everyday wideout. Rogers is a miniature minotaur with trustworthy hands. His effort can waver, especially when he’s not the primary target, but cornerbacks get trampled when he’s engaged.

As a sophomore at Tennessee—his last season with the Volunteers—he reeled in 67 receptions for 1,040 and nine touchdowns. To give that a hint of context, Cordarrelle Patterson snatched 46 receptions for 778 yards and five touchdowns a year later.

You should never put faith in college stats when projecting players to the next level. That said, sophomores aren’t supposed to rack up 1,000-yard seasons in the SEC, and Rogers’ tape puts any “fluke” talk to rest.

Whether he stays on the straight and narrow is anyone’s guess. But make no mistake: Rogers’ talent has never been the question.