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Deebo Samuel Youth Preston Smith Jersey , WRSchool: South Carolina | Conference: SEC Experience: RS Senior | Age: 23Height / Weight: 6-0 / 210 lbsProjected Draft Status: Third RoundNFL Comparison: Stefon DiggsCollege StatisticsSamuel ended his college career with 148 receptions, 2,076 yards and 28 total touchdowns. His four kickoff returns for touchdowns is tied for the most in SEC history. Player OverviewTyshun “Deebo” Samuel is a fifth-year Senior, who came to South Carolina as a 3-star HS recruit.When healthy, he is a dynamic, versatile athlete, whose special teams ability should help get him on the field early in his NFL career. He displays nice body control and can make extremely athletic catches. He has enough long speed to threaten downfield and is a natural tracking the deep ball.At his best, Samuel is a mash-up of James Washington’s deep ball tracking skills and former Gamecock’s WR Pharoh Cooper’s abilities as a return man. If everything goes right, he could become a Stefon Diggs level performer. Unfortunately, he also comes with notable medical red flags.In 2017, Samuel had been one of college football’s biggest stars, until he suffered a broken leg in South Carolina’s third game of the season. First, he ran back the opening kickoff for a 97-yard touchdown in South Carolina’s first game of the season, then returned another 97-yarder the following week against Missouri. In addition to his work on special teams, Samuel proceeded to make several highlight-reel catches during the season’s first three weeks.Unfortunately, injuries are nothing new to Samuel. A series of hamstring injuries forced him to miss significant time as a redshirt freshman in 2015 and again in 2016. Injuries limited him during each of his first three seasons, and that could certainly affect his draft stock.In 2018, Samuel was finally able to make it through a full season healthy. He started all 12 regular season games, before electing not to play in South Carolina’s bowl game.Click this for more on his backstory: Tomorrow Isn’t Promised: The Deebo Samuel StorySouth Carolina Wide Receivers = Fourth Round?Over the past 22 years, the Game Cocks have had just seven receivers drafted before round five, and only three times did a they have a wideout drafted before in the top-100 picks. Each of the last three South Carolina receivers ( Pharoh Cooper, Bruce Ellington, and Ace Sanders) were drafted in Rd4.Athletic TraitsListed at 6’0 and 210 pounds, Samuel is compact and strong, with a thicker than average build for a wide receiver. While is play speed is fast, he does not appear to be the type of athlete that will be a top performer at the NFL Combine. In fact, I expect he will measure average or below average in most metrics.The FilmDeebo Samuel’s highlights are as good as anyone's. In 2017, Samuel returned the opening kickoff 97 yards for a score and finished with five catches for 83 yards, including two touchdown receptions in South Carolina’s season opening day win over NC State.While South Carolina lost big, Deebo was unstoppable against Clemson, finishing with 10 receptions for 210 yards with three touchdowns in the Gamecock’s 56-35 loss to to the Tigers.The Draft Network’s Brad Kelly summarizes Samuel’s tough match-up against Georgia corner Deandre Baker:StrengthsPlaymaker Can add a missing dimension to an offense with reverses, jet sweeps, and WR screens.Can locate and track the ball on vertical routes, and finish the catch in traffic.Smooth and polished route runner.Tough and physical in the open field Youth Paul Richardson Jersey , and will compete for yards after contact.Brings added value as an NFL team’s primary return specialist.WeaknessesInjury history Injury historyInjury history Somewhat overaged. Born 1/15/96, he is actually 11 months older than JuJu Smith-Schuster.Does not have the size of a prototypical WR1, such as Julio, Mike Evans, or Michael Thomas.He isn’t necessarily a threat to consistently blow by NFL corners or take the top off the secondary.What others are sayingOver the summer, NFL Network’s Lance Zierlein wroteThen, during the season, CBS Sports NFL Draft analyst Ryan Wilson mocked Samuel 19th overall, explainingHow Would He Fit With The RedskinsIn 2018, Josh Doctson’s 499 yards receiving lead all Redskins’ wide receivers. That was the lowest total in the NFL for a team’s top wideout. One of my favorite players to watch the past two seasons, I believe Deebo Samuel is the best wide receiver to come out of South Carolina since Alshon Jeffery. There’s a real chance Samuel is drafted in the first two rounds if he gets cleared medically. While the talent is there, Samuel’s injuries limited his availability during three of his seasons. Could some NFL teams drop him into Rd4 for it? That remains to be seen. Regardless of when he gets drafted, Samuel should be an immediate contributor in the NFL, with added value as a kick returner and usefulness as a short, intermediate, and down field threat in the passing game.Redskins Final 53-Man Projection Redskins Final 53-Man Roster projection: Who Makes the Cut?So, we’ve made it through preseason (thank goodness). Beyond a few tough injuries, my initial roster projections(Offense/Defense) after week 2 of the preseason is largely intact (I told you so). I will highlight the changes (in bold) that have been made and give a few other notes for each position below.OFFENSEQB (2): Alex Smith, Colt McCoyIf the Redskins were going to keep a 3rd QB because of Colt’s injury, it wouldn’t be Hogan. He just isn’t yet ready to be a backup.RB (4): Adrian Peterson, Rob Kelley, Samaje Perine, Chris ThompsonSamaje holds on to a roster spot just barely better than he holds on to the football. He’s on the roster for now, but as soon as Thompson falters on any level, look for either Bibbs to be brought back in or Marshall to be activated off the IR. Kelley is the kind of player you want on your team; he advocated for more special teams reps in OTAs and will do whatever it takes to make this team. He also looked much more effective running behind a FB. WR (6): Josh Doctson, Paul Richardson, Jamison Crowder, Trey Quinn, Mo Harris, Brian QuickPreseason sweetheart Cam Sims finds himself on the outside looking in. Every year, fans fall in love with a WR that has tools but isn’t ready yet (see Marko Mitchell). If Harris isn’t healthy, Sims is the last guy on, but I think Quick is a lock because of his veteran presence, special teams play Cheap Josh Norman Jersey , and consistency.TE (4): Jordan Reed, Vernon Davis, Jeremy Sprinkle, JP HoltzThis is an easy group, right? Wrong. Holtz makes the team as he has shown he can be a capable fullback in front of two RBs who ran significantly better in 12 personnel this preseason. Gruden is a creative play-caller and knows what fits his offense best, so I believe he sees that both Rob Kelley and Adrian Peterson run more effectively with a lead-blocker. Plus, Holtz has shown he is athletic enough to get out on a flat-route effectively.OL (9): Trent Williams, Shawn Lauvao, Chase Roullier, Brandon Scherff, Morgan Moses, Ty Nsekhe, Geron Christian, Kyle Kalis, Tony BergstromNo change here. The final roster spot was between Kyle Kalis and Tyler Catalina, so now that the Wine-Mixer is out for the season, Kalis keeps his job. However, I fully expect that the last OL spot will belong to someone who is not currently on the Redskins’ roster come week 1 in Arizona.DEFENSEDL (6): Jonathan Allen, DaRon Payne, Matt Ioannidis, Anthony Lanier II, Tim Settle, Ziggy Hood*This assumes Stacy McGee starts out the season on PUP*No change here. As I said three weeks ago, no chance Phil Taylor makes this team as a third NT. It was never going to happen. Big Phil is a good guy, but he never had a shot at this roster without an injury.OLB (4): Ryan Kerrigan, Preston Smith, Pernell McPhee, Ryan Anderson, Only change here is Pete Robertson not making the final 53 in favor of a fourth TE. I don’t think the Redskins are thrilled with their talent on the outside, and if a 5th OLB is kept, I think that player comes from the waiver-wire.ILB (5): Mason Foster, Zach Brown, Josh Harvey-Clemons, Shaun Dion Hamilton Cheap Derrius Guice Jersey , Martrell SpaightSpaight makes the HUGE push to supplant Zach Vigil. At camp, Spaight was playing with the 3rd, and sometimes 4th, lines. Perhaps that was a message from the coaches, but Vigil has been less-than-spectacular and his lack of athleticism has shown up throughout the preseason. Spaight’s special teams value, hard-hitting style, and the fact that Brown, JHC, and Hamilton are all more ‘finesse’ ILBs land him the final ILB spot.CB (6): Josh Norman, Quinton Dunbar, Fabian Moreau, Greg Stroman, Adonis Alexander, Danny Johnson*This assumes Joshua Holsey starts out the season on PUP*Danny Johnson was my ‘last cut’ after preseason week 2, but after the departure of Orlando Scandrick, Johnson makes this team. Whispers from the park suggest that Danny Johnson might be considered by coaches to be the team’s 4th CB who would come in after Moreau in nickel. Quite a few months for the undrafted rookie.S (4): DJ Swearinger, Montae Nicholson, Deshazor Everett, Troy ApkeI remain worried about this position, but the projection stays the same. Apke and Everett missed more tackles than they made in the preseason, neither living up to their new ‘Nutella and Wonderbread’ nicknames. Swearinger and Nicholson both struggle in man coverage, something the team showed a lot of in preseason. I hope this unit proves me wrong.Special Teams (3): LS Nick Sundberg, K Dustin Hopkins, P Tress WayI don’t care about special teams. I do think the team should’ve brought in competition for Hopkins, but he was 2% above league average last year in kick accuracy and 4.8% above the league average inside of 50-yards, so maybe we all remember misses more than we remember the kicks he put through the uprights.So, to recap, that’s 25 offense, 25 defense and 3 specialists. As always, give me a follow/ask me questions on Twitter @Kennedy_Paynter and thanks for reading! nflshopoutlet.com
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