I haven't looked at him yet. There are too many good receivers this year, right?
Florida though is where (good) receivers go to die
Measurements have come in for WRs/TEs/QBs.
Measurements are helpful to evaluate where tight ends might play best.
For inline guys: I want to see someone have 32 inch arms minimum because length as a blocker is helpful. I want them around 6'3" minimum as well as 250 pounds. 245 is the new 250 for tight ends so I'd take that too, I guess. I want at least 9 inch hands but the bigger the better.
So how did our guys do?
Harrison Bryant : 7.25
Bryant, who I still think is a solid day 3 option as a move or flex option came in at 6'4" 6/8 but only 243 and arms at 30 and 5/8 inches. 9.5 inch hands
: 7.0 Hey big boy! I fucking love this guy. 6'3" 33 and 2/8 inch arms! 257 pounds, 9.75 inch hands. I believe he will test well. If he tests medium-well he's one of the guys I will bump up. I just need a 7+ RAS.
: 6.99 6'5" and 6/8 262 pounds, 10.5 inch hands, and 33 inch arms. His best days are yet to come but how much and how quickly can he develop? NOT an immediate impact starter. Pending testing ceiling looks v high.
: 6.99 6'5", 255, 9 and 4/8 inch hands, 32 and 5/8 inch arms, which are all within the threshholds.
: 6.99 6'7" and 2/8 and has the hips of someone 6'0", 252 pounds, 9 and 5/8 inch hands, and a 33 and 2/8 inch arms. Add weight to his lower half and he could have the highest ceiling in this class. Let's see the testing. On his hype train though!
: 6.75 6'4", 257, 32 and 7/8 inch arms with 10.5 inch hands. He looks the part.
Thad Moss: 6.5
Unfortunately Moss might be the TE whose stock plummets the most. 6'1" and 7/8, 250 pounds, 31 and 7/8 inch arms, 9 and 7/8 inch hands. He's not going to test well and he's short with small arms. His best fit looked to be inline but he might have to be a move only option. He can engage LBs and toss them around on the go. But that's not someone you pay a day 1, 2 or early 3 pick for.
Josiah Deguara : 6.5
6'2" and 3/8, 242, 31 and 5/8 inch arms, and 9 inch hands. Too small for an inline roll. Probably a move or flex option though I just am not sure he tests that well and I don't like his ceiling.
: 6.5 6'3" and 6/8 inches tall, 253 pounds, 33 and 5/8 inch arms with 10 and 1/8 inch hands. He's older with the off-field issues but has a great dominator score, and I bet he tests ok too. Could be a low-end all-around option if everything checks out.
So to me only 6 guys as candidates to play inline.
Hunter Bryant: 7.25
Brycen Hopkins: 7.0
Albert O: 6.0
Mitchell Wilcox: INC
Jacob Breeland: He's a blocker only and maybe move too. He reminds me of Ryan Izzo. Limited athletically. Stiff in the hips, 5.00 6'4" and 7/8 inches, 252 pounds, 9 and 7/8 inch hands, and 32 and 5/8 inch arms. Check.
Sean McKeon: Limited athletically, stiff in the hips, slow, and blocking inline is his only good skill. 4.5 6'5", 242 pounds which is a little light, 9 and 1/8 inch hands, and he's long at 33 and 4/8 inch arms.