Greg Salas scouting report

Greg Salas WR Hawaii
Ht: 6’1 “

Wt: 210

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.
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.
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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