2021 NFL Draft Scouting Report: WR Tamorrion Terry

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Florida State wide receiver Tamorrion Terry quickly made an impact for the Seminoles offense and was Florida State’s leading receiver in 2018 and 2019 following a redshirt year in 2017. Whether it was getting behind the secondary or catching a quick pass in-stride and taking it to the house, he frequently made explosive plays. The challenging part of Terry’s evaluation is that his inconsistency as a route-runner and at the catch point mar those high-level plays. He has not proven to be able to run a diverse route tree and he's more of a linear route-runner that isn’t sudden in and out of breaks. He struggles to consistently catch the football and his ball skills down the field are hit or miss. His tape is a mixed bag and like so many talented Seminoles in recent years, the lack of coaching and development prohibited him from illustrating more consistency on the field. For a team that is looking for a burner with size that can win down the field, Terry is an ideal target on Day 3, but he is still very much a work in progress and is far from a complete receiver at this point. 

Ideal Role: Developmental outside receiver.

Scheme Fit: Air Coryell.

Written by: Joe Marino 

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Written By:

Joe Marino

Founder and Senior NFL Draft Analyst

Joe Marino is a Founder and Senior NFL Draft Analyst at TDN. Marino comes to TDN after serving as a draft analyst for NDT Scouting, FanRag Sports and Draft Breakdown dating back to 2014. In 2017, Marino became a Huddle Report Mock Draft Champion when he produced the most accurate mock draft in the world.

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