HOUSTON, Texas - Texas A&M quarterback Stephen McGee didn't have much of a senior season as a shoulder injury sidelined him for most of the year, but McGee is trying to impress NFL scouts this week at the East-West Shrine Game in Houston along with a couple other Aggies. Click here for our practice...[details]
The Good: A very coordinated receiver who possesses great awareness and body control down the field. Is a big time jump-ball threat for his size and consistently goes up and plucks the ball. Has come a long way as a route runner and does a great job sinking his hips and cleanly getting in and out of his breaks. Is very sharp out of his breaks, pays attention to detail and has great hands for the position. The Bad: Is undersized and has a frail-looking frame. Lacks explosion off the snap and has trouble separating down the field. Really struggles with physical corners in press coverage; has not proven he can beat the bump off the line.