Discussion in 'Draft Zone' started by Jfconrow, Jul 7, 2021.
Waste of time. He reminds me of players like Dwayne Jarrett. Big,but slow.
Offhand, his best role appears to be as a backup, maybe an end zone threat. However, dudes like him who lack burst are going to have trouble getting off the LOS, so he may simply be not an NFL player. Harry is an athlete, not a football player.
Honestly, his scouting report reminds me of Gavin Escobar. Almost a carbon copy thereof.
LOL I never understood fans' fascination with Pablo Escobar or Rico Gathers. They were both terrible.
His play reminds me of James Hardy, rip, big dude super athletic. Maybe a better basketball player. That’s the whole Rico/ Lebron discussion. You can’t just change sports, I mean I guess you can but you learn one or the other or your not good at anything. I think he could be a star but to me the red zone target is as elusive as the swing tackle.
Except that he lacks lateral agility and burst. I'd say he lacks athleticicm. Can't be a star if you can't get open.
That’s a blast from the past....Brian “Most NFL Ready” Robiskie.
It seems like the league has moved away from the Dez contested catch-guy type receivers.
If Rodgers comes back to play with the Packers I could see a guy like Harry being utilized on slants with success.
I think those types were seldom used that heavily, reserved mostly for end zone and ST's. We were forced to throw to throw to Dez a ton because he's what we had.
Oh, they most definitely have.
I tend to shy away from West Coast especially from California. A lot of them are talented but lazy. I call it " CALIFORNIA LAZY". They just don't make great pro players. USC is notorious Great physical talent but lack drive to be better which they need in the Pros. I rather have Southern or Midwest guys as players
Or the league was never that impressed w/ that type to begin w/.
It’s so bad in NE Mac Jones is depending on Nelson Agolhor