NFL Draft 2012, Mohamed Sanu: Rutgers Star Seen As Late First-Round Selection

The San Francisco 49ers are projected to select Rutgers wide receiver, Mohamed Sanu with a late first round pick in the 2012 NFL Draft according to Pick256 of Mocking The Draft.

The 6-2, 215-pound junior wide receiver set a Big East record with 115 catches and had the third highest single season receiving yardage total in Rutgers history. Sanu also finished his career with 653 rushing yards, nine touchdowns and has a 91-yard run on his resume that was the longest in school history. Despite being only a junior, Sanu is already 22 going on 23. WalterFootball.com predicts Sanu will be drafted by Indianapolis with the first pick of the second round.

"Reggie Wayne acknowledged that this might be his final season in Indianapolis. If that's the case, the Colts will need to add a talented wideout this offseason." -via WalterFootball.com

"Great hands, nice size and can run after the catch," Frank Coyle of draftinsiders.com said of Sanu. "I think he is highly developed — meaning he finds holes in coverage, whether it is man or zones. -- via ww.nj.com

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