Breaking Down WR Kolby Listenbee and WR Demarcus Robinson

  Kolby Listenbee – WR – TCU Size – 6000v – 197v – 4.35v Strong Points – Plays fast and is able to go after the deep ball. Has good hand and does a good job adjusting when his back is to the ball or coming towards the ball. Has flexibility enabling him to break down and get in and out of cuts. Quick and fast after the catch. Weak Points – Very lean frame. Can have trouble with physical corners in press coverage. Not much of a blocker. Route tree is limited. Summation – Listenbee is TCU’s number 2 receiver and is the compliment to Josh Doctson in their offense. He is tall, very lean but fast. Is an instant deep threat but he needs work on other routes as TCU doesn’t have an NFL style route tree. With his lean frame he can get re-routed so he needs to gain strength as he won’t get much more bulk. Will start off as a four or a five but has the traits to ascend to a three after development.   Demarcus Robinson – WR – Florida Size – 6013v – 203v – 4.59v Strong Points – Good wide receiver size and strength. Good athlete. Has good hands and can adjust to the ball. Strong runner after the catch. Willing blocker. Adequate route runner. Weak Points – Top end speed. Though he has a number of 20 + yard catches, it’s more because of his run after skills. Still raw. Summation – A junior who is entering the draft. He has gotten more productive over the last two seasons but still has a way to go and should have stayed in school. He is more of a possession type receiver and he is still a bit raw when it comes to route running. He has good hands and can adjust to the ball and shows good run after the catch skills. Because of size and hands he may be draft worthy but looks more like a free agent to me unless he runs really fast at the Combine.  Follow Greg on Twitter @greggabe

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