Modster has incredible quickness off the line and is a true deep threat. He might have been held more than any receiver in the event but was still able to shake a corner and get open down the field.
"I felt a little rusty, this was my first 7 on 7 event, I don't do a lot of these," Modster said. "I was stumbling a lot but it was good to come out and get some work in. It's a fight out there and definitely gets physical but you can't be a weak player, you have to just fight through it and do your best."
The athlete isn't just an explosive deep threat, he has very soft hands, understands how to get open and runs very well after the catch. Surprisingly, recruiting attention has been a little slow for Modster but that will likely change once schools are able to visit the campus in the spring.
"Boise State and Colorado are only two schools I'm hearing from right now," Modster said. "No one has talked about offering or anything but hopefully that changes in the spring and summer. Boise State asked me to camp with them and I plan to do that.
"I'm also going to camp with Oregon and those are two favorite schools right now. I like California as well and I'm going to visit their campus and that's all I have planned for now. As more schools get involved, I could take more visits but that's where things are at now."