Scouting Report: Greg Matthews
Non-position specific categories
Wide Receiver Specific Categories
Big receiver with a lot of experience. Still has potential because he was never really given a shot at Michigan do to shoddy QB play. Has decent hands and will make most catches. Good body control.
Very raw and routes aren’t very tuned. Didn’t produce a lot, but again might have been because of poor QB play in a run first offense. Isn’t as physical as he should be and struggles against press coverage.
Could be a decent pick in the later rounds and produce as a 4th wideout and play on special teams. Doesn’t have a ton of potential because he doesn’t have tools you look for in a starting wideout (besides size). Still might make some team happy in the right system (west coast, possibly). Matthews also has experience as a punt returner.
Matthews played in 49 career games and made 27 starts at wide receiver
Awards and Honors
Kinesiology major at Michigan.
No injury history
Cousin of current NFL wide receiver, Ted Ginn, Jr.
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