At 6-1 and a half and 211 pounds, Bengals rookie receiver
If The Ocho had Housh, does
Sanu hasn't watched tape of Houshmandzadeh, but he's seen him play on TV plenty.
"That would mean a lot to me," Sanu said. "I know he's a phenomenal player."
When people describe Sanu, they use the same adjectives used on Houshmandzadeh.
"Crafty. Makes plays on the ball," Sanu said. "I feel like I'm crafty and that I'm very physical. I just like competing."
The one knock on Sanu is that he doesn't have take-the-top-off-the-defense speed a la the late Chris Henry. But he thinks he can get downfield after a season he spent in the slot of the Rutgers offense.
"I feel like I can stretch the field. I really didn't have much of an opportunity to really do that this year," he said.
THE PETER KING NOTE THAT PROBABLY ONLY INTERESTS ME
The first Bengal born in the '90s comes out of this draft. Who will it be? Wisconsin guard