Scouting Reports: Sean Coffey & Robert Ortiz

The San Diego Chargers brought in 15 undrafted free agents - among them were a pair of wide receivers worth noting, Sean Coffey from Missouri and local product Robert Ortiz of San Diego State. Here is a full scouting report on each:

Full Name: Sean Coffey School: Missouri Pos: WR

Ht: 6-4 Wt: 216 40: 4.63 Year: 5Sr

Bio: Three-year starter who totaled 40/448/2 as a senior after 39/648/10 in ‘04.

Pos: Nice-sized receiver who flashes natural skills. Comes back to the ball, makes himself an available target and catches the ball away from his frame. Shields opponents away and adjusts to the errant throw. Physically beats down opponents to make the reception.

Neg: Not quick into breaks and rounds off routes. Does not possess a burst of speed. Loses focus and drops catchable passes.

Analysis: A rare specimen at the receiver position, Coffey has the skills to play in the NFL yet must pick up the pace of his game.

Full Name: Robert Ortiz School: San Diego State Pos: WR

Ht: 6-0 Wt: 195 40: 4.64 Year: 5Sr

Bio: Two-year starter who totaled 39/422/5 as a senior after career-best numbers of 52/728/6 the prior year.

Pos: Quick possession receiver with the ability to pick up yardage running after the reception. Finds the open seam in the defense and uses his frame to shield away opponents. Displays a sense of timing, gets vertical and adjusts to make the difficult grab. Comes back to the ball out of breaks, quickly transitions running after the reception and eludes defenders handling the ball.

Neg: Does not consistently catch the ball cleanly. Lacks the speed to beat opponents downfield. Marginal blocking skill, strength and intensity.

Analysis: After a productive junior season, much more was expected of Ortiz last year. Has the skills to be a fifth receiver in the NFL yet must quickly put it together.

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