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Dan Parr

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By Dan Parr

The fastest man in the draft, Appalachian St. WR Dexter Jackson was one of the first prospects into the media room this morning.

He said he plans on running the 40-yard dash in the 4.22-4.3 range and has garnered a lot of interest from the Patriots. If New England were to take the 5-9, 182 pound burner, he likely would serve primarily as a return specialist, but he seems intent on finding his way onto the field as a slot receiver, as well. Wes Welker has that spot locked up for the Patriots, but imagine the damage he and Jackson could do if Bill Belichick found a way to get them on the field at the same time.

While Jackson spoke, most of the media contingent gathered at the other end of the room, cornering Delaware QB Joe Flacco.

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