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SNS Weekly Scouting Report - September 29, 2023


(Marvin Harrison, Jr. / WR / Ohio State)


The potential 2024 Wide Receiver class has a couple of outstanding prospects headlined by Marvin Harrison, a potential Hall of Famer in the making. He plays much like his father – he’s just bigger and faster – a frightening concept to NFL defensive coordinators! Harrison, though, is not the only difference making prospect that could be worthy of a first-round pick in April.


Marvin Harrison / Ohio State


Son of Hall of Famer Marvin. Exactly how you’d draw up a WR in Madden, Harrison is tall, strong, long-limbed, and solidly built. Great hands – as good as his father’s hands. Fast with great deep speed. Fantastic body control and can adjust to off target passes, both low and high. Routinely makes the acrobatic catch. Solid route runner whose speed, and surprising quickness, creates space against DBs. Although not dominate, he is an effective blocker on the perimeter. Rare and special generational talent. Worthy of being the first pick in 2024.



Emeka Egbuka / Ohio State


Adequate height, size, and catch radius. Quick and crafty route runner who can create separation against both man and zone. Sneaky fast. Good hands. Tough and willing to take a hit to make the catch. Runs solid routes and knows how to create space. Very good body control and can adjust to off-target throws.



Rome Odunze / Washington


Prototypical size, length, and wingspan. Very good body control – can cleanly snatch the off-target throw. Precise route runner. Strong and difficult to muscle at the line or downfield. Uses size well in the end zone. Strong hands. Physical mismatch for most CBs.



Jalen McMillan / Washington


Excellent size and length. Very good route runner who uses stutter steps, stems, and nods to create separation. Uses size well to create space. Natural hands catcher. Good leaping ability – high points the ball and has the strength to win at the catch point. Deceptive speed but isn’t a burner – stride allows him to cover ground in chunks. Dangerous as a wildcat QB.



Xavier Worthy / Texas


Decent height, thin body, and moderate arm length. Extremely explosive with great deep speed and elusiveness. Generally, a reliable hands catcher. Extremely dangerous with the ball in the open field. Virtually impossible to cover one on one in space. Great balance and body control. Capable of making the acrobatic catch. A more explosive version of Baltimore’s Zay Flowers. Special talent.



Lideatrick “Tulu” Griffin / Mississippi State


Looks the part with excellent length, solid build, and a large catch radius. Quick, agile, and explosive. Dangerous YAC ability due to long speed and huge strides – gains yards with agility and burst. Very good long speed. Very good kick returner.



Malik Nabers / LSU


Average height, size, and reach. Very good route runner. Displays good body control. Smart. Clutch WR who shows up when needed. Both quick and fast. Productive with the ball in his hands. Smooth and creates space due to agility. Very good ability to track the ball over his shoulder. Great concentration. Great awareness and body control.



Johnny Wilson / Florida State


Transfer from Arizona State. Extremely tall and long WR with a huge catch radius. Despite size, moves smoothly and can get loose against man coverage. YAC threat due to size, long strides, and surprising power. Capable of making the acrobatic catch. Hands are inconsistent and prone to concentration drops.



Keon Coleman / Florida State




Anthony Gould / Oregon State


Undersized. Very good route runner. Difficult to cover – knows how to create separation against man and zone coverages. Both quick and fast. Catches the ball with clean hands. Very good balance and body control and can adjust to back shoulder throws. NFL quality punt returner.



Will Sheppard / Vanderbilt


Good size and length. Accelerates cleanly off the line. Good speed. Knows how to create space. Catches the ball well with his hands. Catches the ball, turns up-field quickly and looks for YAC. Adjusts well to the off-target throw. High points the ball and competes at the catch point. Tough and willing to take a hit to make the catch. Effective blocker who seeks out and engages defenders. Primary punt returner for Vandy.



Ricky Pearsall / Florida


Transfer from Arizona State. Adequate size and length. Very good burst off the line of scrimmage. Efficient route runner. Very quick and fast and is a true deep threat. Good hands. Good body control and can adjust to the inaccurate pass. Dangerous with the ball due to vision, instincts, and agility. Follows blocks well. Experienced punt returner.



(Xavier Worthy / WR / Texas)



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