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Greene wasted no time before becoming an impact receiver at Florida State, leading the team in receptions, receiving yards, and touchdowns in both his freshman and sophomore seasons. He had his best season to date in 2013, catching passes from Heisman Trophy winner Jameis Winston. He was voted first-team All-ACC by both coaches and the media after catching 76 passes for 1128 yards (14.8 avg) and nine touchdowns on the year. Despite his smallish stature, Greene has the skill set to play outside the numbers in the NFL. He has excellent short area quickness to beat the jam at the line of scrimmage, and has very advanced ball skills. His natural ability to go up and get the ball in traffic and track deep passes over his shoulder at full speed separate him from most receivers his size. As is the case with most college wideouts, Greene has room for improvement as a route runner, but he has plenty of athletic upside there, provided he takes to coaching, gives attention to detail, and is dedicated toward maximizing his talent. –Jeremy Hyde, 5/15