UM players entered today's game against Virginia at the Orange Bowl intent on putting the loss to Georgia Tech the week before in the past. Early-on it seemed like a repeat of the previous game with an anemic offense and Virginia leading early in the second quarter, 10-3. UM recovered to win,...[details]
Pros: The brother of former Miami and current Redskins wideout Santana Moss, he has the playmaking ability to be an impact performer at the next level. His speed allows him to be dangerous after the catch, especially as a slot receiver matched up against nickel cornerbacks. He has the initial burst that can pressure a defense if the corner does not get his hands on him at the snap. He has the explosiveness to break any play and is most effective when isolated in coverage - where his running skills give him a chance to break the play. In the deep game, he has the separation speed to hit the home run. Cons: Lacks size to be considered a No. 1 receiver. He will certainly be tested at the line and currently is not up to NFL standards from a strength standpoint. His lack of height is a concern. He measured in at just under 5'8" at the Senior Bowl and provides a small target for his passer. His route running can be sloppy. He needs to prove he will catch the ball over the middle. Numbers: As a senior he caught 37 passes for 614 yards (16.6-yard average) with six touchdowns. In four starts as a junior he caught 20 passes for 351 yards (17.5 yard average) and three touchdowns. At the combine, he ran the 40-yard dash in 4.41 seconds.
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