Huff is a terrific athlete, as he demonstrated at the combine back in February. He clocked a 40-yard dash time of 4.51 and has a vertical jump of over 35 inches. What held him back from being drafted earlier was his raw playmaking abilities. Most scouts agreed that he must get stronger and develop further as a route runner in order to be an NFL starter. Anyone with the kind of athleticism Huff has can one day become a force in the NFL, but when you come into the league as raw as Huff, very few reach that potential. However, Chip Kelly is very familiar with what Josh is capable of from his days at Oregon, which means that Huff should be able to assimilate himself with Kelly's offense quicker than most rookies would be able to.
While he may not be a go-to receiver or even a fantasy football contributor this season, he can make quite an impact on special teams and can be a major part of the offense moving forward. The Eagles have plenty of impact players on offense as it is, but Huff's special teams play can come in handy for them this season.
By: Dan Goggin
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