Michigan's decision to hire Rich Rodriguez has pushed Adrian Arrington to enter the NFL draft. Arrington could not have asked for a better spring board, having finished his collegiate career with 9 catches, 153 yards and 2 TDs against Florida in the Capital One Bowl. He finished the season with 67 catches for 882 yards and 8 TDs. These stats are excellent, considering he is the second receiver on a run first football team. He averaged 5 catches per game, 13.2 yards per catch, and 67.8 yards per game. Arrington has good size at 6'3" and would make a nice target in the red zone. He has good hands and served as the possession receiver at Michigan. Arrington didn't get much chance to show off his speed, but has plenty of it. His Wolverine career came to an end with totals of 109 catches, 1438 yards, and he scored 16 TDs in just 34 career games. Arrington should find himself taken off the board in the middle rounds of the draft. He's not well known, but Arrington could emerge as a steal. He has the talent to be a number 2 receiver in the NFL. Adrian Arrington did not participate at the NFL Combine because of injury, but made an impression during Michigan's pro day. Arrington ran a solid 4.55 second 40 yard dash and showed off his 36 inch vertical leap. Arrington is inexperienced, but has the tools to be a top notch possession receiver in the NFL. Arrington should be drafted in round four or five.