Oct 19, 2013; Stanford, CA, USA; UCLA Bruins wide receiver Shaquelle Evans (1) runs the ball during the first quarter while being pursued by Stanford Cardinal defensive back Ronnie Harris (21) at Stanford Stadium. Stanford won 24-10. Mandatory Credit: Bob Stanton-USA TODAY Sports

Shaq Evans to Help Wherever He Can with the Jets Offense

Minicamp is coming to an end for the Jets and most other teams around the league. As it turns out, only a small handful did not start their minicamp at the same time, so they have a bit more to go.

This is the time where the newly drafted players get their first experiences of pro football life. What is it like to get out there with that new speed of the game? How different is it going to be?

Shaq Evans out of UCLA is one of John Idzik’s 12 member class that will be competing for a spot on the Jets in 2014. How does Evans feel he will do, what his role will be?

I just see myself being a guy that contributes wherever they put me. I mean I’m a guy that can play inside and play outside. I’m just trying to come in here and work hard and do anything I can to make this team win. I’m not worried about being the first guy or second guy, I’m just worried about being wherever they need me to help.

The feeling amongst the entire group of wide receivers is, “whatever they can do to help”. What could be better than that?

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