Jesse James vs UCF (2014)

Posted by Page on Sep 01, 2014

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  • Jesse James vs UCF (2014)

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



    Looks the part of an in-line TE, good size. Shows fairly reliable hands in pass game along with functional mobility. Useful chain mover in the short game, lacks the speed, fluidity, and hands to be a threat down field or after the catch. Never really see him blocking in this tape, pretty important as an in-line TE.

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    1. Rob Kellman • March 1, 2015, at 1:14 am

      Hi & thanks for this one. I look forward to more. Two things though… It would be very helpful if you did something to point him out at the beginning of most plays. With TEs especially, it’s tough since they switch side, play in-line, split off or even in that H-back position off the LOS. But more importantly, please show some plays where he’s in to block for running plays as this is a crucial part of what he’d be asked to do on Sundays and this game shows only plays where he’s a receiver, (which is pretty impressive – especially a couple of the punishing hits he absorbed making the catches…).
      Thanks. R from CA

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