Gridiron Gab 2012 NFL Draft Scouting Profile: Arizona WR Juron Criner


TRIANGLE NUMBERS: 6-4, 215, 4.65


National Football Post:

A strong, physically put together receiver who plays much more compact and coordinated than his 6-4 frame would leave you to believe. Displays average short area quickness for his size, but isn’t overly physical vs. press coverage. Tends to get jammed up easily and has a tough time separating initially off the line with corners who want to be physical.

Does a nice job using a stutter step to get corners off balance and can accelerate quickly vs. any kind of cushion, but hasn’t been effective vs. press consistently. Isn’t a burner, looks like a 4.55 guy. However, plays fast because he is a powerful route runner who has good initial quickness both off the line and into his route. Displays an explosive element to his game after the catch and can fend off would be tacklers as well. Doesn’t have much wiggle when he gets up to full speed as some stiffness does show, but he runs hard, lowers his head into contact and gets north to south quickly.

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