Craig Bragg School: UCLA
Ht: 6-0.5 Wt: 196 40: 4.51 Year: 5Sr
Bio: Three-year starter who's led the Bruins
in receiving since his sophomore campaign.
Struggled with injuries as a senior and totaled
just 36/483/4 as a receiver, also averaging
15 yards on 19 punt returns, adding another
touchdown. Junior totals included career receiving
numbers of 73/1,065/5 after 55/889/8 as a
Positives: Efficient pass catcher with
a good feel for the position. Quick getting to
top speed, displays excellent focus, with the
ability to make the difficult, over-the-shoulder
catch when fully covered. Adjusts well to the
errant throw, quick transitioning to run after the
reception and an effective body catcher when
necessary. Sharp route runner who gets separation
from breaks, then uses his frame to shield
away opponents. Alert prospect who consistently
finds the open space in the defense. Impacts the
game returning punts.
Negatives: Not strong, has difficulty
getting off jams at the line of scrimmage
or battling to make the reception. Must improve
his blocking. Lacks deep speed and a second
Analysis: Solid yet unspectacular in many
areas, Bragg looks like a perfect fit as a fourth
receiver in the NFL whose bread and butter will
be returning punts.
Prospect Profile: Craig Bragg
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