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Phillip Payne, WR

School: UNLV  |  Conference: MWC
College Experience: Senior  |  Hometown: Las Vegas, NV
Height/Weight: 6-3 / 210 lbs.
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03/16/2012 - Phillip Payne, for two seasons, was arguably as good as any receiver UNLV has ever put on a football field. Then the Rebels overhauled their coaching staffs, and Payne's story changed dramatically. Now after two seasons in which a Twitter controversy, dropped passes and a general lack of production defined the end of his UNLV career, he's trying to show he's more the player from the first two years than the last two. It won't be easy, and running 4.6 seconds in the 40-yard dash at UNLV's pro day Thursday at Rebel Park didn't help convince NFL teams they should spend a late-round pick on a player who probably will be available as an undrafted free agent. Payne, who has been training at Fischer Sports in Phoenix, said he was disappointed in his 40 time. "Slow," he said. "It wasn't what I thought it was going to be." Linebacker Nate Carter, defensive end James Dunlap, wide receiver Michael Johnson and defensive back/kick returner Deante Purvis also worked out. Eight NFL teams sent scouts -- Buffalo, Carolina, Cincinnati, Houston, Oakland, Pittsburgh, San Diego and Seattle. As a freshman, Payne (6 feet 3 inches, 205 pounds) was nearly an automatic touchdown on fade passes to the end zone. He provided career highlights with a falling-back one-handed touchdown catch that helped beat Arizona State and an overtime grab a week later to defeat Iowa State, finishing with seven TDs in an injury-shortened season. - Mark Anderson, The Las Vegas Review - Journal

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