Mohamed Sanu, WR, Rutgers
Height: 6’1 1/2″
Grade: 7.1 (Grading Scale)
Hands: 10 1/8″ Arms: 33 1/2″
40: 4.65 Bench: 19 Reps Vert: 36″ Broad: 10’6″ 3-Cone: 6.88
Film Room Notes: (coming soon)
Strengths: Good height with above average bulk for the position – One of the most versatile WR’s in the country – Lines up at multiple positions in multiple formations – Playmaker-utilized on reverses and other run plays at least once a game – Is even a threat to throw the ball – Effective screen receiver, allows blocks to set up – Large catch radius – Physical receiver who can take contact well – Works the middle of the field consistently – Moved to WR from Safety and has been extremely productive despite limited experience – Competitive player who plays hard and expects the ball each time the QB drops back – Good short area quickness for his weight – Big strong hands, snatches the ball out of the air – Smart player who grasps concepts and has the ability to learn multiple positions.
Weaknesses: Raw, has only played WR for a few seasons – Not overly explosive, may struggle to create separation at NFL level – Needs to refine his route running and technique, rounds a few routes off, but makes good cuts in the short passing game – Can drop some catchable balls which he lets get into his pads – Poor 40 time at the combine might hurt him – Doesn’t do a lot with the ball after the catch – Very low per catch production at the college level – Not a threat for big plays through the air.
Last Updated: November 22, 2011