Wide Receiver, Schwäbisch Hall Unicorns
Weight: 227 pounds
Pro Day Results
40-YARD DASH: 4.43 seconds
VERTICAL JUMP: 39 inches
BROAD JUMP: 10-feet-11-inches
20-YARD SHORT SHUTTLE: 4.10 seconds
3-CONE DRILL: 6.65 seconds
BENCH (225 lbs): 17 reps
- The textbook H/W/S receiver (Height/Weight/Speed)
- Excellent short area quickness and burst
- Has excellent speed after the catch to breakaway
- Takes on the middle of the field and willing to take hits
- Can play to his size, smaller and bigger than he is as well.
- Long arms
- Tracks the ball in the air really well
- Soft hands
- Great at getting separation with quick cuts and acceleration.
- So quick in and out of his breaks
- Hands catcher
- Eats up cushions given by defenders
- Extremely raw
- Competition level in the German leagues is taken as a high school level in America
- Has to improve in everything he does
- Long term project
- Needs to get off the snap faster
- Would have a rough adjustment to the size/speed/physicality of the NFL level
- Short time playinng football
- Would have to adjust to the NFL locker room
There is a lot to like about the German receiver, but he is extremely raw. There is potential there, but it is going to take a lot of work to get to a level where he could have an impact.
I like this kid, but just not sure it is worth the time and effort to use a draft pick on him. He would be a good fit in Denver, who has the receiving corps that can afford them time to work on him.
Broncos Round Projection: Undrafted, Priority.
Where He Goes: Late 7th-Undrafted, priority.
Per sources: There is a lot to like, but the hype train on him needs to slow down. He is raw playing a competition level that most teams don’t even recognize.
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