Andy Isabella Led All Receivers At The Senior Bowl Because Of Course He Did

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If you're new to the Andy Isabella Experience, well, welcome.

The 5-8, 186-pound wide receiver played much bigger than his measurables would suggest while at UMass. Isabella owns a boat load of school records and his 303-yard performance against Liberty—as seen right here on FloFootball—not only reset the UMass single-game record, but was also the high-water mark across all of Division I college football this season.

At the Reese's Senior Bowl on Saturday, Isabella did what he always does—regardless of the competition—collecting a game-high seven catches and 74 yards, while adding a score.

By the end of the game, Isabella's UMass lid was covered in Raiders stickers. That's fine and good, but he does look a whole lot like the next great Patriots receiver, no? 

Is Bill Belichick legally obligated to draft him? We'll look into it.

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