...Tandon Doss, WR, University of Indiana." Doss is another decent-sized wideout (6'2", 201 pounds), who some experts said has the best hands of any WR in this draft class. He has good speed, gets open underneath coverage and over the middle and is a hard worker. He was originally expected to go as early as the second round.
All Doss did in his final college season is catch 63 balls for 706 yards and 7 TDs. For his collegiate career, he had 154 receptions for 1,854 yards and 13 scores. He also returned kickoffs and punts, as well as operating out of Indiana's version of the Wildcat formation. He was the Big Ten Conference's most productive all-purpose threat over the past two seasons. Doss ranks among the University's leaders in virtually every pass receiving and kickoff/punt return categories. As a kickoff returner, he became just the sixth player in Big Ten Conference history with 1,000 or more kick return yards in a season, setting a new Indiana season record.
Tandon earned All-Big Ten Conference first-team honors from the league's coaches. One of his most compelling stats is that 45 of his 63 receptions (71.43%) produced first downs, as he gained more than ten yards on almost half (30) of his catches. His average of 175 all-purpose yards led the Big Ten and ranked fourth nationally. The highlight of his season and probably his career came in a 36-33 loss to Michigan, in which he racked up 353 all-purpose yards, including 15 receptions for 221 yards and one touchdown.