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 Data Scout Notes: 2020: (+) Coming off March 2020 Core Muscle Surgery...2019: 12/03/19-Announced Early Entry into 2020 NFL Draft/2ndC...(+) Coming off Sept 2019 Core Muscle INJ...P1stDS/PWCamp/PHornung/PBiletnikoff/PMaxwell...USA Today 2nd team All-American All-Purpose, 1st team All-Pac 12, AP 2nd team All-Pac 12 w/86-1011-11.8-6 rec, 17-115-6.8-5 rush, TT in 9 gms, missed 4 gms due to injury in '18. 7-168-24.0-0 rec, 2-4-2.0-0 rush, 0-55-55.0-1 Fumble PR for TD in 12 gms in '17.

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  The wait is over for Laviska Shenault. After questions about his health and durability forced his first-round talent out of the opening round of the NFL draft, Colorado's standout receiver did not have to wait long to hear his name on Friday, as the Jacksonville Jaguars selected Shenault with the 10th pick of the second round (42nd overall). Shenault becomes the Buffs highest selection in the draft since both Nate Solder and Jimmy Smith were selected in the first round in 2011. Shenault is the 10th underclassman from CU to get selected in the NFL draft and the 273rd NFL draft pick overall that called CU home. He is just the second Buffs player to be selected by Jacksonville and the first since the Jaguars took former CU cornerback Chris Hudson in the third round of the 1995 draft.

The Buffs enjoyed another big moment before Friday night's second and third rounds were complete, as speedy outside linebacker Davion Taylor went to Philadelphia late in the third round (103rd overall). "Definitely had first round hopes, but, I mean, at the end of the day it is what it is," Shenault said following the draft. "I understand everything happens for a reason, but I'm just ready to work, to be honest. That's really all there is to that." Shenault caught 142 passes for 1,775 yards and 10 touchdowns over the past two seasons, adding another 276 yards and seven touchdowns on the ground. - Daily Camera


(DS#12 WR) Jr/2020 WR *Laviska Shenault Jr.Colorado
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  There are several Colorado Buffaloes hoping to hear their names called during the draft, but Shenault is expected to be the first off the board. Throughout the history of the NFL Draft, CU has had 24 first-round picks, but none since 2011 when tackle Nate Solder (No. 17 overall to New England) and Jimmy Smith (No. 27 to Baltimore) were first selected. Four CU receivers have been first rounders, with Rae Carruth (No. 27 to Carolina in 1997) being the most recent. Shenault, who skipped his senior season at CU to enter the draft, certainly has the ability to hear his name on Thursday night, but his health has been his biggest obstacle. It didn't help his draft status when he aggravated a core muscle injury at the NFL Combine in February.

Shortly after the combine, Shenault had surgery. On Saturday, Ian Rapoport of NFL.com, reported that Dr. William Meyers of Vincera Core Physicians in Philadelphia sent a letter to all 32 teams about Shenault. "I watched Laviska go through regular football drills yesterday at 5 ½ weeks postop and he looked terrific," Meyers wrote in a letter sent Tuesday. "I believe by April 25, 2020, he will be at 100% for full football activities." Could that vote of confidence be enough to secure Shenault's spot in the first round? - Daily Camera


(DS#12 WR) Jr/2020 WR *Laviska Shenault Jr.Colorado
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  A lingering core muscle injury prevented Laviska Shenault from showcasing his skills and speed at the NFL scouting combine, where the former University of Colorado superstar posted a slower-than-expected 4.58 seconds in the 40-yard dash. What was instead on display in Indianapolis last week was Shenault's off-the-charts ambition, the same desire that drove him to play through pain most of last season. Following his combine cameo, Shenault flew straight to Philadelphia, where noted surgeon Dr. William Myers on Tuesday performed a bilateral pelvic repair, said Shenault's agent, Damarius Bilbo. Although Shenault was disappointed in his 40 time, Bilbo said Myers told him he was stunned Shenault ran as fast as he did given the injury. Shenault will need about six weeks of rehab and recovery, meaning he'll miss CU's pro day later this month and he won't be able to work out for teams ahead of the April 23-25 NFL draft. One of the most explosive athletes in football when healthy, Shenault could have avoided this scenario by undergoing surgery last fall when he got hurt. - AP College Football

(DS#12 WR) Jr/2020 WR *Laviska Shenault Jr.Colorado
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  2020 NFL COMBINE INVITE: Laviska Shenault Jr., WR, Colorado,...Despite missing one full game and the better part of four others due to injuries, Shenault tied for the team lead in receptions with 56, though led in yards with 764, averaging a team-high 13.6 yards per catch. He scored six touchdowns, four receiving and two rushing, as he had 23 carries for 161 yards. He earned 46 first downs, 26 on third for fourth down plays and was second on the Buffs in all-purpose yards with 979. - Colorado Football

(DS#12 WR) Jr/2020 WR *Laviska Shenault Jr.Colorado
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  2019 ALL-PAC-12 SECOND TEAM (COACHES): WR Laviska Shenault, Jr., Jr., Colorado,...Despite missing one full game and the better part of four others due to injuries, Shenault tied for the team lead in receptions with 56, though led in yards with 764, averaging a team-high 13.6 yards per catch. He scored six touchdowns, four receiving and two rushing, as he had 23 carries for 161 yards. He earned 46 first downs, 26 on third for fourth down plays and was second on the Buffs in all-purpose yards with 979. - Colorado Football

(DS#12 WR) Jr/2020 WR *Laviska Shenault Jr.Colorado
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  Dynamic Colorado wide receiver Laviska Shenault Jr. will skip his final season and declare for the NFL draft. Shenault is a top prospect after a career with the Buffaloes that included plenty of big catches while facing plenty of double coverage. He also was hampered by injuries as he finished with 149 catches for 1,943 yards and 10 touchdowns. He also had 280 yards rushing and seven scores. Over the last two seasons, the Buffaloes took advantage of Shenault's power and speed by lining him up at different spots. He played outside receiver, in the slot, h-back, tailback, some tight end and even ran the wildcat position. He posted big numbers in 2018 when he had 86 receptions for 1,011 yards and six touchdowns. He missed three games that season with an injury.

"Laviska Shenault represented our relentless culture and was one of the most dynamic, dominant and versatile players that I have ever coached," Buffaloes coach Mel Tucker said. "He embodies the true `show me, don't tell me' competitive spirit. I look forward to watching him develop and compete at the elite level and thank him for his contributions on and off the field." The standout receiver from Texas becomes the 10th Colorado player to declare early for the draft. The last one was cornerback Isaiah Oliver, who was a second-round pick by Atlanta in 2018. Shenault will soon start training for the NFL combine. The NFL draft will be held April 23-25. - AP College Football


(DS#12 WR) Jr/2020 WR *Laviska Shenault Jr.Colorado
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  Laviska Shenault Jr., one of the most dynamic players ever to play at the University of Colorado, is forgoing his senior year to enter the NFL draft. Shenault announced the decision on his Twitter page. "Laviska Shenault represented our relentless culture and was one of the most dynamic, dominant and versatile players that I have ever coached," said CU coach Mel Tucker. "I look forward to watching him develop and compete at the elite level and thank him for his contributions on and off the field. Once a Buff, always a Buff."

"Special thanks to the fans. You guys gave me strength, you guys pushed me when it was tough. I appreciate you all so much. You made me feel comfortable and confident more than I can express," Shenault stated on social media. Shenault battled through injuries during the 2019 season, but still finished with 56 catches for 764 yards and four touchdowns. He also rushed for 161 yards. - CBS4 TV Denver


(DS#12 WR) Jr/2020 WR *Laviska Shenault Jr.Colorado
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  Those bowl thoughts by the Colorado Buffaloes are still distant. At least they're still flickering. For that, they can thank a banged-up Laviska Shenault Jr. picking up a late fourth down with a powerful surge, a maligned defense digging in and of course a fill-in freshman kicker coming up clutch with the biggest boot of his life. Evan Price made a 37-yard field goal with no time remaining as Colorado beat Stanford 16-13 on Saturday to snap a five-game skid. "Finally," Shenault said. "Finally, we got this one. Shout-out to our kicker -- freshman, too." Price was promoted this week with James Stefanou dealing with a hip injury. Price was instantly mobbed by teammates, briefly falling to the ground and losing his helmet. It was Colorado's first game-winning field goal as time expired since Sept. 29, 2007, against Oklahoma.

Shenault and the offense did the rest for the Buffaloes (4-6, 2-5 Pac-12), who need to win their final two games to become bowl eligible. Quarterback Steven Montez methodically drove the Buffaloes down the field to set up the winning score. The drive was aided by a pass interference call on Stanford's Kyu Blu Kelly, who reached out to slow down Tony Brown on a deep pass. Colorado also went for it on fourth-and-short at the Stanford 34, with Shenault Jr. taking a handoff and churning for the yardage -- banged up knee and all. "I live for moments like this," Shenault said. Shenault briefly went to the Colorado locker room late in the second quarter with a knee injury only to return for the second half. He had eight catches for 91 yards. - Colorado/AP College Football


(DS#12 WR) Jr/2020 WR *Laviska Shenault Jr.Colorado
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  Colorado's Laviska Shenault was held to three receptions for 18 yards, a week after he had nine catches for 172 yards against USC. "It's a group effort when you have something like that. We had to be conscious of where he was at all times," Kelly said. "We did a lot of in-and-out on him and top-down coverage on him. I thought that Darnay (Holmes) did a nice job when he was iso'd on him one-on-one. But also, when you can get to the quarterback and force the ball out a little bit quicker, that helps." - AP College Football

(DS#12 WR) Jr/2020 WR *Laviska Shenault Jr.Colorado
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  2019 PRESEASON PHIL STEELE/DRAFT SCOUT FBS P5 FIRST TEAM ALL-AMERICAN: Laviska Shenault, Colorado, Jr.,...A consensus first-team mideseason All-American last season as a sophomore, he led the nation in receiving, averaging 9.6 receptions per game. He missed three games due to injury, but still finished the season with 86 catches for 1,011 yards and six touchdowns and added 17 rushes for 118 yards and five touchdowns. Of his 103 offensive touches, he was tackled by one player just 24 times and 634 of his receiving yards came after the catch and 346 after contact. - Colorado Football

(DS#12 WR) Jr/2020 WR *Laviska Shenault Jr.Colorado
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