Like any small school prospect eventual all-star games like Senior Bowl or East West Shine game will play critical stock evaluator for Mellette. First-team All-SoCon, First-team All-American selection by AP, finishing fifth in voting for Walter Payton Award the Sanford, N.C. native led the FCS in both receptions per game (10.27) and receiving yards per game (149.0) in 2011. Final numbers read like a Madden video game 113 catches, 1,639 yards and 13 touchdowns with nine straight 100-yard games and two that went over 200. Tall target with size to speed ratio that must over come and shake small school label. Remember Brian Quick the second round selection by the St. Louis Rams is from Appalachian State same conference (Southern Conference) as Mellette. If Quick establishes himself early the copycat league of the NFL will look even deeper at Mellette.
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