Guy is sick.
Why you say, because he is. He can return punts, he can return kicks, he can dodge players. Is he the next Devin Hester, not sure but he could be. Is he capable of having a storied career in the burgundy and gold as a return specialist, Yes. He can make people miss. While this might not seem like a pressing need, it really isn't, but it would be sweet to get a guy who can break games open, provide great field positioning, boost momentum with electrifying plays and be awesome along with RGIII. Love RGIII. Awesome.
Guy fits the Shanahan mold.
Senior. Production increased all 4 years. Lots of production and accolades throughout career, but a steady culmination into the senior year where he was awarded SEC special teams player of the year. Ran a disapointing 40 time so will likely last into the early 3rd round, 4.54. At the Senior Bowl where Shanahan coached, he was a standout, caught like 9 passes for 150 yards. Guy had some bad drops his junior year at Arkansas and fell out of good graces, came back his senior year and lit up Tennesse special teams unit like they could never imagine, beginning his storied ascent as a special teams return ace. On the Field, the guy plays fast and routinely burns defensive backs, along with a repertoire of elusive moves. I think the guy has a ceiling a little above or around Randall Cobb, the 2nd round pick of the Packers a few years back. I think the guy would be a sweet Redskin. HAIL
The First link is a punt return against Tennesse. Second Link is highlights.