Teams are always looking to add more weapons to their passing game and there is no lack of options at the wide receiver position in the upcoming 2021 NFL Draft, including Tamorrion Terry. Here's a look at what teams like and have some concerns about when it comes to taking a chance on the former Florida State wideout.
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Tamorrion Terry Draft Profile
College: Florida State
Terry is a power forward-type with deceptive speed downfield. His size/speed combination is among the best in this year’s WR class. His arms are absolute vines, and he’s a long-strider who flashes the necessary second gear when it comes to chasing down the deep ball. He tracks the ball well downfield and is competitive at the catch point, with the ability to adjust to the off-target throw. He’s excellent when it comes to high-pointing the ball. He shows some potential as a catch-and-run threat, when his play strength and competitiveness can take over.
Terry ran a limited route tree at FSU. He didn’t create separation often, and he doesn’t have much feel as a route-runner. He’s a bit high-cut and doesn’t have the change-of-direction ability to get in and out of breaks effectively. He needs a better game plan against press coverage.
He’s oozing with upside, but Terry is a boom-or-bust prospect with a lot of work to do before he’s a complete receiver, let alone reaching No. 1 status.
Final Grade: 2nd/3rd round
(Top photo courtesy of FSU Athletics)