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Xavier Worthy

Texas

Xavier Worthy

HT:

6010

WT:

170

YR:

JR

POS:

WR

OVR RK

24

POS RK

CEILING POTENTIAL

6

Near Elite

OVR RK

SCOUTING REPORT

With track speed that manifests in his ability to outrun defenders and stretch the field, Xavier Worthy adds an explosive element to the game. His route-running expertise, combined with exceptional body control and reliable hands, makes him a triple-threat at all field levels. However, at 172 lbs, his size could be an issue against physical cornerbacks and in blocking scenarios. Despite this, with muscle gain and improved blocking, Worthy could significantly increase his NFL draft stock.

Primary scout:

Brandon Lundberg

PLAYSTYLE & SCHEME FIT

Much like Tyreek Hill, Xavier Worthy could excel in a vertical-oriented offense due to his game-changing speed and ability to stretch defenses. Similar to DeSean Jackson, his skill in route-running and speed could fit well in a slot receiver role, while his return skills could enhance a team's special teams. Despite not being physically imposing, like D.J. Moore, he compensates with speed, agility, and separation ability. Overall, his skill set, mirroring elements from Hill, Jackson, and Moore, makes Worthy an exciting prospect for the upcoming NFL draft.

KEY STRENGTHS

Speed

Explosiveness

Route Running

KEY WEAKNESSES

Contested Catches

Play Strength

Consistency

PLAYER COMPARISONS

DeSean Jackson

Will Fuller

Marquise Brown

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