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Report Predicts Tyler Vaughns Future With Colts

Former USC wide receiver Tyler Vaughns had an exceptional career as a Trojan. After spending five seasons in Southern California, the next step was to give the NFL a try. Vaughns entered the 2021 NFL Draft but unfortunately finished day three undrafted. However, the Indianapolis Colts came to the rescue and signed the Pasadena native as an UDFA.
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USC receiver Tyler Vaughns on why he signed with the Indianapolis Colts

USC wide receiver Tyler Vaughns landed an NFL shot with the Indianapolis Colts as an undrafted free agent following the 2021 NFL Draft. The signing reunited Vaughns with his former teammate Michael Pittman Jr., a second-round pick and breakout rookie with the Colts offense in 2020. Both receivers signed with USC in the 2016 cycle.
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NFL Draft: USC receiver Tyler Vaughns signs with Indianapolis Colts as UDFA

USC's Tyler Vaughns has landed an NFL opportunity with the Indianapolis Colts as an undrafted free agent. The signing reunites Vaughns with his former teammate Michael Pittman Jr., a second-round pick and breakout rookie with the Colts offense in 2020. Both receivers signed with USC in the 2016 cycle. The...
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Tyler Vaughns: Wide Receiver Southern California Trojans 2021 NFL Draft Scouting Report

TYLER VAUGHNS | USC | WO | #21 | SR | 6010 | 185 | 4.47e | Pasadena, CA | Bishop Amat HS | 06.01.97. Teams often clamor for traits and upside early on in the NFL Draft, ignoring the floor/baseline for prospects. Other times, you have the opportunity to select players like Vaughns, who defines the saying “jack of all trades, master of none”. The former 5-star recruit and California native has been the model of consistency throughout his time at USC. His freshman campaign he was very productive with a 57-809-5 receiving line, followed that up with a 58-674-6 line as a sophomore, then last season caught 74 passes for 912 yards and six scores as USC’s third receiver behind Michael Pittman Jr. and Amon-St. Brown. Primarily a Z, Vaughns plays the sideline very well and displays crisp route-running and fluid movement skills. When running vertical routes his separation skills are extremely solid as well, and he has excellent awareness as well. Despite being over six feet tall, Vaughns isn’t quite the contested-catch weapon that could be used as a red zone threat. His hands have also been a smidge inconsistent, primarily during 2019. Regardless, even in a loaded 2021 wide receiver class, Vaughns has all of the makings of a mid-round, possibly Day Two pick, with his game-to-game consistency and translatable traits. He could easily have a decade-long career as an NFL team’s WR3.
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Tyler Vaughns, WR, USC – NFL Draft Player Profile

He was one of his team’s top producers every year of his career. He broke the top ten in all-time receiving yards at USC, joining the likes of Robert Woods, Marqise Lee, JuJu Smith-Schuster, and Keyshawn Johnson. USC wide receiver Tyler Vaughns had an excellent collegiate career, and yet, he remains under-recognized as an NFL Draft prospect. It’s time to dive into the dichotomy that is Tyler Vaughns. How does a prospect with so much consistent production fall under the radar?
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Film Room: Tyler Vaughns is a worthy late-round flier

“Film Room” is a bi-weekly column by Aidan Berg that highlights player performances by breaking down basketball and football tape. Unlike Talanoa Hufanga, who I profiled two weeks ago, Tyler Vaughns has not been flying up draft boards in recent months — at least not yet. There hasn’t been talk about hidden potential or star power that will encourage teams to take a chance on him with a high pick, because that’s not the kind of player Vaughns is.
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USC wide receiver Tyler Vaughns enters the 2021 NFL Draft

Veteran Trojan wide receiver Tyler Vaughns declared for the 2021 NFL Draft Monday. He leaves as USC’s third all-time receptions leader (222) behind Robert Woods (252) and Marqise Lee (248). "After much thought, I have decided to declare for the 2021 NFL Draft," Vaughns wrote in a graphic posted on...
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USC wide receiver Tyler Vaughns declares for NFL draft

Just two days after USC’s top receiver declared for the draft, another Trojans wideout is on his way to the NFL. Tyler Vaughns will forego the additional year of eligibility offered by the NCAA because of the pandemic and declare for the draft, departing from USC after four seasons in which he finished third on USC’s all-time receptions list.
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Breaking: Tyler Vaughns Declares For 2021 NFL Draft

The veteran wide receiver finished No.3 for receptions and receiving yards this season. USC wide receiver Tyler Vaughns has declared for the 2021 NFL Draft. Vaughns took to Twitter to release his statement and cited, "After much thought, I have decided to declare for the 2021 NFL Draft. First and foremost, I would like to give thanks to the man above for putting me in the position I am in today. I would also like to thank the Trojan Family for all the support and love you have shown over my four years here at SC.