DeVante Parker vs Miami (FL) (2013)
Posted by Josh Deceuster on Jun 09, 2014
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Long, rangy receiver with very good physical tools. Has the long speed to stretch defenses, strength to generate yards after the catch, and the vertical jump to beat defenders on jump balls. Uses his big frame and excellent jumping ability to beat defenders in contested situations. Natural hands catcher is a very reliable target at all 3 levels of defense, has the route running ability to maximize his hands and physical gifts. Durability is a concern to me, injuries pop up alarmingly often.
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