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2024 Draft Profile: Brian Thomas Jr

Updated: Apr 2

Age - 21 (DOB 10-8-02)

Height - 6' 3"

Weight - 2.09lbs

Arms - 32 3/4"

Hands - 9 3/4"

40 Yard Dash - 4.33

10 Yard Split - 1.5

Vertical Jump - 38.5"

Broad Jump - 10' 6"

3 Cone Drill - n/a

20 Yd Shuttle - n/a

Bench Press - 11 reps

Strengths - Brian Thomas has a solid frame and ideal size for the NFL. He has exceptional body control, agility, and surprisingly quick and fluid movement skills for his size. Start and stop ability is very crisp. He shows flashes of being an elite yac receiver. He has better than average hands along with "soft hands" when catching and bring the ball in. Good tracker of the football when it’s in the air. Solid route runner who has shown flashes of the crisp routes needed to be an elite #1 WR potentially down the road.

Weaknesses- He needs more refinement and consistency in his route-running. He is tough in fighting through contact but needs to be more physical and use his size at the line of scrimmage when facing press coverage. He also needs to use his physical frame better in contested catch situations. Thomas can be inconsistent when it comes to catching the jump ball at its highest point. He only had one truly great season in college.

Overview - During his 3 year collegiate career, he posted 127 receptions for 1897 yards and 24 touchdowns. His college resume is highlighted by his breakout junior season, which included 68 receptions for 1177 yards along with a whopping 17 touchdowns. As he put weight on and filled out his frame in college, his play and production on the field improved. His stature and build is already impressive, but expect him to be a workout warrior at the next level. He seems focused and dedicated to his craft with the willingness to always work and improve his game. Brian Thomas Jr. is an elite WR prospect with all the tools and physical gifts that NFL teams covet in a #1 receiving threat.

NFL Comp: DJ Moore, George Pickens

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