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2017 NFL DRAFT

Quenton Bundrage, WR

School: Iowa State  |  Conference: BIG12
College Experience: Senior  |  Hometown: Palmetto, FL
Height/Weight: 6-1 / 206 lbs.
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Player Overview

After leading the Cyclones in receiving as a sophomore in 2013, Bundrage was due for a productive junior year in 2014, but missed most of the season after tearing his right ACL in the opener. He returned this spring and was limited, but was a near full-participant on the field and should be close to 100 percent for his final season in Ames.

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Bundrage is a good-sized athlete with excellent body strength to overpower defensive backs and be a threat after the catch. He isn't overly explosive in his movements, but uses quick footwork in his routes to create separation and catch the ball in stride. Bundrage says he is quicker and more confident post ACL surgery and if he is able to stay healthy, he has a NFL future.

--Dane Brugler (5/20/15)

 
 
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06/05/2014 - Iowa State's top NFL Draft-Eligible prospects to watch in 2014: 2. WR Quenton Bundrage, RS Junior...The Cyclones 2013 leading receiver, Bundrage emerged as the team's top go-to threat through the air with 48 catches last season, finishing among the conference leaders in touchdown grabs with nine. He has good height for the position and uses his frame to fight through contact as a ballcarrier, but has a lanky build with little muscle definition.

Bundrage catches the ball well in stride and although he has average speed, he flashes a second gear down the field to run away from defenders once he gains a step. He is tight and lacks explosive qualities, but shows sharp footwork in his routes to create some separation. With Mark Mangino taking over the offensive coordinator duties for the 2014 season, the Iowa State passing attack should be much improved, which will help Bundrage's development. - Dane Brugler, NFLDraftScout.com

 

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