Josh Huff hasn't been high on the list of most talked about wide receivers in the upcoming draft.
The receiver class is deep and Huff has mostly been one of many names, but the buzz around him is building.
He was a major part of Oregon's explosive attack last season, amassing 1,140 receiving yards and 12 touchdowns. And as reported by Andrew Greif of The Oregonian, Huff went to the Senior Bowl looking to show that he's ready for the next level:
The record-setting former Oregon wide receiver said he entered the week of Senior Bowl with two priorities: Remind teams of his versatility on returns as well as routes, and show he can stretch the field with better-than-expected speed.
"I came out here to prove something, and that was just to prove I'm a receiver and guys are going to have to respect that and understand that I'm not just a system guy," Huff said. "I definitely feel like I've turned some heads. There have been numerous scouts coming up to me just telling me about the job I've done and that they're surprised about how well I've been able to stand out these last three days."
He'll have similar priorities when he heads to the combine. Grief also detailed the work ethic that set Huff apart at that showcase, which should shine through during the interview process.
Whichever team drafts Huff will be getting a player who is ready to be a pro, and he'll show that in Indy.