Amari Cooper vs West Virginia (2014)

Posted by Adrian Ahufinger on Sep 01, 2014

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  • Amari Cooper vs WVU (2014)

    Submitted by Kings Ramsom on Saturday, February 21st, 2015



    Accelerates extremely quickly, has very good speed and lateral agility. Very dangerous in the short game, does damage on drags, sticks, and screens. Sees holes in zones very well, always seems to be open against zone coverage. Runs very crisp routes which generates a lot of separation in man cover situations, uses a stutter very effectively to freeze press cover defenders. Not really doing much as a blocker. Isn’t a red-zone jump ball nightmare, size limits his effectiveness in this role, but he is very dangerous playing the small receiver role inside.

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  • Amari Cooper- West Virginia 2014

    Submitted by Cameron Slan on Wednesday, February 18th, 2015



    Plus

    intermediate route runner

    hands

    boundary awareness

    separation

    agility

    Minus

    Block in the back

    run blocking

    jump balls due to physicality

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