2015 NFL Draft: Who’s Most Likely to Succeed in the NFL out of the Yellow Jackets Draft Prospects

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No.3 Wide Receiver Darren Waller

I could have easily put Darren Waller at No. 1 most likely to succeed because I like his game that much.

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Darren Waller would be the perfect understudy for Vernon Davis in San Francisco. I have told my friends in the Bay Area that on multiple occasions.

Waller is 6-foot-6, 240 pounds, and ran a 4.43 40-yard dash.

His size and speed will allow him to be able to lineup on the offensive line as the tight end or get out in the slot.

I can see Colin Kaepernick feeding Waller the ball down the field on a regular basis, and since Kaepernick has a propensity for missing high on his throws, he would have a 6-foot-6 receiver running routes that is hard to miss downfield.

Waller going to San Francisco is my personal preference, but it is not like Atlanta, Chicago, Carolina, or New Orleans could not use him.

Especially New Orleans after Jimmy Graham moved on and signed with the Seattle Seahawks.

Waller should have a solid career in the NFL, and should contribute on your fantasy league team at some point.

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