Stanley Havili scouting report

Stanley Havili FB USC
Ht: 6’0″

Wt: 225

Strengths:
Elite athlete for the fullback position. Capable of carrying the football; averaged over six yards per attempt over his career. Great receiver out of the backfield; 116 career receptions. Has a nice small, compact build; stronger than his height/weight would indicate. Does a great job using leverage to take on bigger pass rushers.
Weaknesses:
Slightly undersized; 10-20 pounds lighter than most fullbacks which may cause some teams to dismiss him. Missed time in 2006 with a broken leg. Some character concerns. Briefly ruled academically ineligible in 2008. Suspended in 2010 for getting into a fight with a teammate.
Comments:
Havili isn’t your traditional fullback, which is exactly why he should draw interest from so many teams in the draft. Very few teams use a true fullback, but Havili will give someone the luxury of carrying a player on the roster who can play fullback but is also capable of contributing as a running back and receiver out of the backfield. His versatility and athleticism is rare for someone with his skill set and should allow offensive coordinators to be creative.
Posted on by Ryan McCrystal in Scouting Reports - 2011 Comments Off

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