Greg Little scouting report

Greg Little WR North Carolina
Ht: 6’3″

Wt: 230

Strengths:
Elite size for the position, both in terms of height and build. Rare athleticism/size combination. A tough runner after the catch; a converted running back.
Weaknesses:
Suspended for entire 2010 season for improper contact with an agent. Very raw. Lacks the basic fundamentals necessary to excel in the NFL. Route running is sloppy. Looks very choppy when making cuts; won’t shake any defenders at the next level with his current routes. Doesn’t have great hands; tends to trap the ball against his body.
Comments:
Few players have ever hurt their draft stock more than Greg Little when he got suspended for the 2010 season. He has the potential to be an elite receiver, but his suspension robbed him of valuable experience that he needed to become ready for the NFL. He has legitimate No. 1 receiver potential, but he isn’t close to being ready for that role. It will probably take at least three years before he shows what he’s truly capable of at the next level, but with hard work and good coaching he could be an absolute steal. That said, he’s unlikely to contribute early and could just as easily wind up being a complete bust.
Posted on by Ryan McCrystal in Scouting Reports - 2011 Comments Off

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