Michael Floyd: #3 Wide Receiver, Notre Dame. 6'3" 224 lbs.
One of the top wide receivers in college football ... has totaled 171 receptions for 2,539 yards and 28 touchdowns while starting 29 of 30 games played in an Irish uniform ... listed on the NCAA FBS active career charts in receiving touchdowns (28, t-2nd), receiving yards per game (84.6, 3rd), receiving yards (2539, 4th) and receptions per game (5.7, t-4th) ... 28 TD receptions is a school record ... recorded 13 100-yard receiving games in his career, tied for second in Notre Dame history ... ninth Notre Dame wide out to ever register 2,000 career receiving yards ... third wide out in Irish history to have two separate seasons rank in the top 10 for receiving touchdowns in a single season ... only Notre Dame wide out to ever register four games with at least 10 receptions ... caught two or more touchdown passes seven times in his career ... third Irish wide receiver to have three or more touchdown receptions in multiple games ... first player in school history to register multiple touchdown catches of at least 80 yards ... has a reception in 29 of the 30 games he has suited up for the Irish ... the only game he failed to make a reception came against Navy in 2008 when he was injured early in the first quarter while blocking down field ... set freshman records at Notre Dame for receptions, receiving yards and receiving TDs ... became fourth Irish freshman in last 20 years to score TD on first career catch, joining Raghib "Rocket" Ismail and Derek Brown in 1988 and Derrick Mayes in 1992.
(Stats from UND.com)
I am not sure that Floyd will be there when the Ravens pick. He is thought to be one of the top three receivers in the draft. If Baltimore really wants him they may have to trade up to get him. Is he worth it? I guess you never know until you see him on an NFL field but he is an imposing figure. At 6'3" 224 lbs he has the size to be a play maker at the next level. I hate comparisons but to me he kind of reminds me of Marques Colston from the Saints.