Topic: CU WR Production at midpoint
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CU WR Production at midpoint

Posted: Oct 19, 2015 9:49 AM

Artavis Scott- Clear leade, 39 rec 443 yards and 4 TDs
Deon Cain- quietly second in yards, 13 rec 263 yards
Charone Peake- 2nd in TDs, 11 rec 165 yards 2 TDs
Jordan Leggett- RZ threat, 15 rec, 157 yards 5 TDs
Hunter Renfrow- 11 rec 154 yards 1 TD
Ray Ray McCloud- 2nd in receptions, 18 rec 139 yards
Germone Hopper- 6 rec 102 yards
Trevion Thompson- 7 rec 79 yards

Scott is clearly the leader and would probably share this as co-leader if Mike were healthy
Cain appears to be the second best overall receiver and should be one of our top deep threats and big play targets
Renfrow is Mr. Reliable with.a sneaky ability to break a play open for more than just a 1st down.
Leggett has become our top Redzone target and should be at 6'6.
McCloud is a dangerous threat on the perimeter and will develop into a great utility player.
Germone and Thompson are joining the ranks as reserves.
Peake, has been really absent from production the past 4 games, despite the targets.

Re: CU WR Production at midpoint

Posted: Oct 19, 2015 9:52 AM

Peake just doesn't have the the ball skills great wr have. We should have moved him to defense years ago. Dude is maybe the best ath on the team.

TJ Chase, Feaster and Powell will add another dimension too

Posted: Oct 19, 2015 10:19 AM

Chase is very, very shifty and has plenty of 'giddy up' however I still don't think we've seen his true top end speed. "Chase was very fast and changed directions extremely well given how quickly he was moving down field. He has great balance that allows him to stay low through routes and explode past cornerbacks. Chase wasn't just elusive -- he also was very reliable as a pass catcher and made some highlight catches near the sideline." Read- https://footballrecruiting.rivals.com/content.asp?CID=1772536

Powell just makes play after play and he's a regular in the papers up that way. Whether its kickoffs, screen passes, or the deep ball he just gets it done. In 2014, had 67 receptions for 1248 yards and 19 TDs in addition to 13 carries for 83 yards with 2 scores. Film- http://wnct.com/2015/09/03/touchdown-friday-week-3-j-h-rose-vs-leesville-road/

Short read on Powell from 24/7, “I loved his competitiveness,” 247Sports Director of Scouting Barton Simmons said. “He competed all day long.” Powell was slated for the first session of the combine, but he stuck around and competed in both. “He fought for reps,” Simmons said. “I thought he showed the most diverse skill set of any of the receivers. I thought he showed great quicks and the ability to get off the line of scrimmage. He showed strength downfield to be a big receiver with the ball in the air. He can play whatever role you need a receiver to play and he showcased all of that.”

Should Diondre Overton decide to join us, we'll have the full compliment of WRs in one class given that Overton is a taller (6-5) hoopster who has excellent leaping abilities. In 2014, he had 70 catches for 1200 yards and 11 touchdowns.

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