You need to have speed to play the WR position at the next level. It is no longer high school where everyone is a similar athlete, everyone at the next level was the fastest or top 5 fastest on their high school team. So you need to have elite level speed to play at an elite level of football. Now speed is something that a college can definitely help you with but you already having speed will only help your recruitment.
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And last but not least they want to see your hands! Not the routine catches but they want to see you make the hard catches. They want you to go up for a 50/50 ball and they want to see you come down with a ball in traffic. That’s a play that will stand out and get you noticed. You should take pride in not dropping anything that touches your hands.
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