One of the fastest-rising propsects this draft season has been Indiana receiver Cody Latimer.
A month ago, Latimer was seen as a third-to-fourth round draft pick that could provide tremendous upside and value. That's since changed, with Latimer potentially moving all the way up to the first round.
His blend of size and speed has been intriguing, as he's 6-3 and ran an unofficial sub-4.4 40-yard dash at his pro day. On Friday, Latimer is working out in Indianapolis with just about every NFL team in attendance, according to a report from NFL.com.
Latimer has had an impressive offseason with workouts, though it remains to be seen if that can translate to NFL Sundays. Potential is one thing but production is another.
Latimer was able to produce in the Big Ten as Indiana's go-to target, though. As a junior in 2013, he caught 72 passes for 1,096 yards and nine touchdowns.
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