Schuylar Oordt scouting report

Schuylar Oordt TE Northern Iowa
Ht: 6’6″

Wt: 260

Strengths:
Impressive size. Elite athleticism for size. Creates a lot of matchup issues – too athletic for linebackers, too tall for defensive backs. Tons of untapped potential.
Weaknesses:
Limited experience, especially against top competition. Underutilized in UNI’s offense; never had more than 24 catches in a season. Tall and skinny; lacks the strength to be a great blocker.
Comments:
Oordt is an underrated player who wasn’t used much in Northern Iowa’s pistol offense. However, his size and athleticism could make him a steal in the late rounds of the draft. He runs like a wide receiver and could be a matchup nightmare for defenses at the next level. In the right scheme he could be a dangerous weapon. However, he definitely lacks the overall size and strength to be a quality blocker, which will limit his ability to stay on the field. He may only be a situational player, but there is definitely a spot for him in the NFL.
Posted on by Ryan McCrystal in Scouting Reports - 2011 Comments Off

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