Breaking Down TE David Morgan and WR Hunter Sharp

David Morgan – TE – Texas - San Antonio Size – 6040 – 262 – 4.87 (All Estimates) Strong Points – Has good size, strength and power. Reliable short receiver with good hands. Competes for the ball in traffic. Good blocker. Shows strength as a runner. Good ability to find open areas and uncover versus zone. Can get bigger and stronger. Weak Points – Average athleticism and doesn’t have the speed many teams look for. Will not be a deep threat. Not sudden and lacks a burst coming out of cuts. Summation – Fourth year senior and Texas - San Antonio’s most reliable receiver. Will not scare anyone as a deep threat but he can find the open area’s and make the play. In today’s college game it is difficult to find tight ends who can block and Morgan can block well. That alone will land him a job as a Y. While he isn’t special, he should be an eventual starter as a Y and be a valuable commodity. Helps the run game.   Hunter Sharp – WR – Utah State Size – 5107 – 192 – 4.48 (All Estimates) Strong Points – Speed, athleticism and overall body control. Can get in and out of cuts quickly to gain separation. Good hands, can adjust to make the tough catch. Instinctive and elusive as a runner after the catch. Productive two year starter, can return punts and kickoffs. Weak Points – Lacks ideal size. Needs to add strength. More quick than fast. Has a limited route tree. Not much of a blocker. Was suspended for the first two games of 2015. Why? Summation – Former junior college transfer who led Utah State in receptions the last two seasons. He lacks ideal size but he is quick, has good speed and can get in and out of cuts quickly. He has good hands, will compete in traffic and gets yardage after the catch. Has experience as a return man but see him as a backup in that area. Has the skill set to eventually become a clubs 3rd receiver and be dependable in the slot. Needs to develop his route running skills and get a little stronger. Suspension is an obvious red flag. Follow Greg on Twitter @greggabe

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