Charlot accounted for approximately 1,000 receiving yards and 15 TDs for Patterson, which concluded the campaign with a 7-4 mark and first-round playoff appearance.
Although Skinner leaves for the college ranks, as does Patterson senior signal-caller Denzel Johnson, the tandem of Charlot and Jones will antagonize prep secondaries for years to come.
Moreover, he's strong and hard-nosed.
On film Charlot is quick to shed attempted arm-tackles and add large chunks of yardage after the catch. He'll be more than ready to digest a college playbook after spending quality years in the Lumberjacks' sophisticated spread offense.
Charlot blasts away from man-on-man coverage and confidently signals for the ball down-field. Defensive backs that try to tangle with him while the ball is in the air often find themselves shoved to the ground (and easily beaten for six points).
On play-after-play of his highlights, Charlot eludes defenders following the catch. He breaks tackles in similar fashion as Mouton, the 6-3, 240-pound Acadiana tight end.
Patterson loves to spread out defenses with its patented four-wide set. Head coach Tommy Minton moves Charlot around from side-to-side, and from slot to the outside.
The sophomore multi-tasks at a high level while running routes and preparing to catch the ball. He's adept at aggressively snatching high-velocity passes threaded into tight spots, making Charlot a quarterback's dream and corner's nightmare.