Here's a quick comparison: PRICH: best season at CU (2013): 83 receptions, 1,343 yards, 10 TDs, 50 catches of 10+ yards, 16.3 receptions per game. 40 yard dash time: 4.40 Height: 6'0" SPRUCE: best season at CU (2014): 106 receptions, 1,198 yards, 12 TDs, 43 catches of 10+ yards, 11.3 receptions per game. 40 yard dash time: 4.69 Height: 6'1" Who's got the edge then? Personally, I'd pick Spruce. I think his final year at CU really helped to further shape him to where now it seems like he's going to be a valuable asset to the Rams this season. NFL.com notes his route running abilities. I think that's his biggest strength. I remember at postgame press conferences when he'd speak to the media and one thing that he repeatedly talked about was "winning routes." The guy knows how to win routes. He's good at shaking off corners and is dependable in man to man coverage. Also per NFL.com, they compared him to Danny Amendola. I think that's pretty spot on. No disrespect to PRich though. He's a beast, too. But his injury history worries me and I sometimes I do think he gets overpowered by opposing secondaries. He's kind of a small guy. Not the bulkiest player. Spruce on the other hand....well if you've never seen him without a shirt on let me assure you-- the guy is jacked. Coaches and players alike used to comment on his physique. So as of right now, I think Spruce is the one who will shake things up first and have a good year in 2016. Considering strength, skill, football IQ, and presence...I'm going with Spruce. How about you?