From now until the 2021 NFL Draft takes place, we hope to showcase as many prospects as possible and examine both their strengths and weaknesses. Most of these profiles will feature individuals that the Pittsburgh Steelers are likely to have an interest in, while a few others will be top-ranked players. If there is a player you would like us to analyze, let us know in the comments below.
#15 Tamorrion Terry/WR/Florida State/6’4”, 210 Lbs
-Ideal size and length with impressive catch radius
-Big-play specialist; has a knack for splash
-Creates separation at the top of his routes consistently; finds another gear
-Able to play through contact and is willing to work across the middle of the field
-Powerful, vice-grip hands to land onto football in the air and wrestle away from defenders
-Smooth operator; YAC monster; good balance, burst, and vision with the ball in space
-Labors to slow down in routes; won’t snap to a stop to break off routes
-Ran a simple route tree at Florida State with a ton of go’s, screens, drags, and stops
-Production was rather poor in 2020, largely due to QB issues
-Struggled with concentration drops throughout career
-Tends to round off routes, allowing corners back into plays
-Could add some muscle to long, lanky frame
-Left program in early Nov.