Sukay is not the 6-3 he is sometimes listed as, going 6-1 or perhaps a shade over. And he looks 180-185 pounds.
He didn't test at the combine, so he recorded no 40 or shuttle times (or height/weight for that matter).
He is listed both as a wide receiver and a safety, but on this day played just wideout. And, even though he had a cold on this day ... this kid was GOOD.
First off, he is fast. A blazer, a true sub-4.5 40 type.
Secondly he was strong and physical for a guy of average size -- he's aggressive!
And thirdly, he could 'catch it' -- no doubt he had hands of glue.
Time after time DB's lined up again this kid thinking they could best him -- and the next thing they knew he'd made them look bad ... either by blowing by them or (if the pass was off-target) by man-handling the ball away from them, and then turning on the upfield-jets.
This is one tough-and-fast guy, who could be a Division One starter someday -- and, if he grows another inch or more, possibly an real impact player at the college level.
In GoBlueWolverine's opinion (and we see that Scout.com had the same opinion) he was the second best wideout at the combine, after Toney Clemons.
He told GoBlueWolverine he had offers from, "Pitt, West Virginia, Indiana, Georgia Tech, Kentucky, and several MAC schools." Sukay confirmed to us that he had thought about attending the U-M Junior Day in January, but was a no-show because of another commitment.
Sukay helped the Central Catholic Centurions reach the WPIAL Class AA title game last fall, making 29 receptions totaling 660 yards and eight touchdowns.
And, here's just a thought ... if he decided to be a DB (either safety or CB) , ALL the majors would come after him ... just an opinion.
Sukay (right) with QB Pat Bostick