Draft Scout Snapshot:DS Rating on 01/12/11: #6 Junior WR Projected: Round(s) 2-3 for 2012 NFL Draft 2010: A two-time first-team All-Big East performer, Baldwin finished the season with 53 catches for 822 yards and five touchdowns. His career receiving yardage total of 2,337 ranks sixth all-time at Pitt, while his receptions total of 128 ranks eighth...2009: First-team All-Big East wideout compiled 57 catches for 1,111 yards (19.5 avg.) with eight touchdowns…Pitt’s first 1,000-yard receiver since 2004 (Greg Lee, 1,297 yards)…ranked third in the Big East and 19th nationally in total receiving yards...ranked third in the Big East and 22nd nationally in receiving yards per game (85.46 avg.)…had two TDs over 70 yards (79-yarder vs. NC State; 71 vs. Louisville)…lone rush of the year was a 61-yard reverse that set up a Pitt TD drive vs. Syracuse…had seven 100-yard receiving games in 2009, including a career-high 144 (on six catches) with a 40-yard TD vs. USF...2008: Immediate contributor as a true freshman...played in all 13 games, starting the last three (West Virginia, Connecticut and Sun Bowl vs. Oregon State)...averaged 22.4 yards/catch on 18 receptions for 404 yards...had three TDs, including scoring catches of 60 and 52 yards...had career-high 101 receiving yards on three catches (33.7 avg.) with a 60-yard TD at Navy.
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