Marcus Easley, WR, Connecticut

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Marcus Easley, WR, Connecticut

Postby OGDraft » Sat Feb 27, 2010 11:42 am

Marcus Easley - WR - Connecticut
Height: 6'3
Weight: 210
40 Time: 4.38
Projected: 5th-6th

Positives:

- Great combination of size and speed
- Has great deep speed
- Gets good separation on deep passes
- Has the ability to track the ball over his shoulder
- Great jumper and high points passes
- Size helps him on jump balls
- Strong hands
- Uses his size well when blocking
- Extremely hard-worker, was a walk-on

Negatives:

- Only 1 year of good productivity
- Inconsistent with his route running, needs some work
- Needs to cut down on his steps when breaking down
- Long strider, takes awhile to reach full speed
- Isn't agile and can't make quick cuts
- Stumbles coming out of his breaks and loses speed through his route
- Has a tendency to catch passes with his body
- Doesn't go over the middle a lot

Overview:

Marcus Easley is yet another story of a hard worker who gave it his all to make it. He was a walk-on and didn't get his chance until his senior year. He blew up though and came out of no where and had a very productive year. He got most of his yards on deep passes or quick screens to get him the ball in space. He still needs a lot of work on his route running as he too often stumbles and slows down a lot coming out of breaks. Despite his strong hands, he has a tendency to catch passes with his chest when he really doesn't have to. He has a lot of potential and with his work ethic can make an impact after a year or two in the NFL.

SKILLS
1-poor, 2-weak, 3-above average, 4-very good, 5-elite

SPEED: 4.0
HANDS: 3.5
AFTER CATCH: 3.0
BODY CONTROL: 2.5
RANGE: 2.5
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