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Primed For A Breakout In 2009: The Atlanta Falcons’ Harry Douglas

Article By on 21st June, 2009

... no stranger to doubters—he's never been considered a top-shelf receiver—he's no Roddy White or Randy Moss.

He's often heard that  he's too short (5'11"), too light (171 lbs), too skinny or too slow (4.5 forty) to be an elite receiver.

As a senior coming out of Jonesboro High School in Jonesboro, Ga, he wasn't highly-touted, but he was respectable and garnered the attention of such high profile schools as Georgia, Pittsburgh, and Missouri.

He decided on the University of Louisville and set out to prove that he was a better than average player with some serious pro potential to be had for the team that took a gamble on him.

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