Jan 1, 2015; Tampa, FL, USA; Wisconsin Badgers wide receiver Kenzel Doe (3) runs with the ball against the Auburn Tigers during the first half in the 2015 Outback Bowl at Raymond James Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports
Jim Oxley: Doe showed out at his pro day, but has obvious size limitations for the NFL. Despite his stature, he is an above-average return man, and does enough to be given an opportunity at the next level. The Denver Broncos can always use another slot receiver, and have three straight selections in the seventh round (picks 250-252).
Denver Broncos, R7 No. 251
Taylor Johnson: Although he was not invited to the NFL Combine, Kenzel Doe showed at his pro day in Madison that he belongs on an NFL roster. Doe certainly turned heads, killing it in every aspect as NFL scouts were watching. He set personal bests in broad jump (10’5”) and vertical (37”) while running the 40 in 4.48 seconds and doing 22 reps on the bench at 225 pounds. I thought at one point that Doe would be an undrafted free agent, but the more I think about it the more I think he gets drafted late. Bill Belichick and the New England Patriots could plug Doe in at numerous places, mainly punt and kick returns. Plus it’s not like the Patriots couldn’t use more depth at wide receiver and Belichick is a mastermind and could use Doe in many different packages.
New England Patriots, R7 No. 253
Jon Rzepecki: When he’s on, he’s one of the best. When he’s not, please don’t let him see the ball. Doe goes undrafted but could easily see him on special teams with the San Francisco 49ers or Buffalo Bills.
Undrafted, San Francisco 49ers or Buffalo Bills
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