Greg Salas scouting report

Greg Salas WR Hawaii
Ht: 6’1 “

Wt: 210

Strengths:
Good overall size and strength. Great hands. Reliable route runner. Extremely productive; over 3,000 yards in last two seasons combined. Willing to go across the middle.
Weaknesses:
Limited athletically. Doesn’t have great speed. Not very elusive. Isn’t a threat to pick up yards consistently after the catch. Doesn’t play as physical as his size would allow; gets pushed around at times at the line of scrimmage. Limited experience against top competition. Stats are inflated by Hawaii’s offensive scheme.
Comments:
Salas can thank Davone Bess when he gets drafted in the mid-rounds. Without Bess proving that a Hawaii receiver can play in the NFL it’s likely that Salas would be dismissed as a product of the system. While he lacks the speed to be an elite receiver, his size and very reliable hands should land him a similar role to Bess at the next level.
Posted on by Ryan McCrystal in Scouting Reports - 2011 1 Comment

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