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Draft Scout Junior Hemingway News
12/03/13 - WR Junior Hemingway continues to see increased playing time in the Chiefs offense. He grabbed a 17-yard pass from QB Alex Smith for the first touchdown of the game against Denver. Hemingway finished the game with three catches for 42 yards. He was also Kansas City's star on kick and punt coverage, picking up four tackles in the game.
08/12/12 - WR Junior Hemingway missed the Chiefs' first preseason game due to a groin muscle pull that he suffered during practice on July 30. Hemingway needs to get back on the field to solidify a chance to make the roster as this year's seventh-round draft choice.
04/30/12 - Call it the most literary draft class in the NFL for 2012. What else can one say about a Chiefs group of eight draft picks that began with a Poe in first-round choice nose tackle Dontari Poe and ended with a Hemingway, in seventh-round pick wide receiver Junior Hemingway. - The Sports Xchange
04/30/12 - A closer look at the Chiefs picks: Round 7/238 - Junior Hemingway, WR, 6-1, 222, Michigan...Hemingway played through three coaching staffs, three different offenses and somehow survived. Two of his most important catches were a pair of touchdowns in January's Sugar Bowl against Virginia Tech that earned him game MVP honors. - The Sports Xchange
04/19/12 - Larry Krueger is more than just a sports talk radio host on KNBR. He’s also a former NFL scout with the Cardinals who takes an acute interest in the NFL Draft every year. Krueger particularly likes to scour draft eligible players and pick out sleepers. Junior Hemingway, WR, Michigan: Projected as a fifth or sixth round selection, Hemingway, at 6-0, 225, is built like a running back and that’s where Krueger would have him play. He’d convert him to a receiving RB, which is an intriguing thought. But why not just keep him at receiver? The guy competes like heck for the ball and was the Wolverines leading receiver last year with 34 catches, 399 yards and four touchdowns. Imagine how productive he could be with a quarterback other than the highly inconsistent Denard Robinson. He also had the combine’s third-best shuttle time (6.59). - Kevin Lynch, San Francisco Chronicle