Iowa's Derrell Johnson-Koulianos is clearly the best wideout here, showing sure hands and catching everything away from his frame. Johnson-Koulianos also displayed good body control and fluidity with his routes, and while he's not a blazer he gets in and out of breaks well. Character is a major concern after the Hawkeyes dismissed him from the team following his arrest on drug charges, but the talent is there for Johnson-Koulianos.From the ESPN coverage of the Texas vs. the Nation practices. Rest of the article can be found here($), although that is the only mention of DJK. Also, to the mods, I apologize if I posted too much of the quote and it needs to be cut down. Reprimand me as necessary.