Originally Posted by hendog
I know he's fast but I've not seen him much. He looks pretty strong to me.
Sounds pretty weak too me.
5-11 190 4.35
Excellent timed speed...Has a burst and can separate...Adequate height...Smooth athlete...Good ball skills and body control...A deep threat who will stretch the field vertically...Has soft hands...A hard worker with good intangibles...Productive...Has a lot of experience...Great special teamer who has returned both kicks and punts.
Does not have the ideal bulk that you look for...Is not a great route runner...Isn't very strong or physical
...Struggles when jammed at the line
...Won't do much after the catch...Doesn't work the middle of the field much...He is not much of a blocker.
Played in a pass-happy system in college...Is somewhat one-dimensional...He is a long way away from being a polished and well-rounded receiver and will need to be developed but you just can't teach the type of pure speed he has...Will light it up in workouts but might never be more than a #3 or #4 option and a return guy.
Now, this guy is strong, and he's lighting up the Senior Bowl practices. Haven't seen him this year, so I can't give you my opinion.
5-10 181 4.40
A terrific athlete...Great timed speed and has a burst...Very strong and extremely tough
...Elusive and is difficult to tackle...Runs well after the catch...Vertical threat who can stretch the field...Good vision and balance...Also an excellent return man.
Doesn't have ideal size or bulk...Has a ways to go as a route runner..Will struggle to beat the jam in the NFL...Trys hard but will never be a great blocker...Durability is an issue...Was not overly productive...Was never "the guy" in college...Upside?
Similar to former Hokie David Clowney, who was selected in the fifth round a year ago...Reportedly bench presses 390-pounds
...He's a threat to score every time he touches the ball...Needs to show that he can stay healthy...Could see action as a backup wideout but he'll likely earn his paycheck as a return specialist in the pros.