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2016 NFL DRAFT

Keyarris Garrett, WR

School: Tulsa  |  Conference: AAC
College Experience: Senior  |  Hometown: Daingerfield, TX
Height/Weight: 6-3 / 221 lbs.
Projected Ranking
OverallPositionProj. Rnd.
119173-4

Player Overview

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STRENGTHS: Uses his long strides well to separate vertically in his routes with the long arms to attack the ball at its highest point. Garrett is a physical mismatch over most cornerbacks, simply using his height and body control to "post-up" opponents. Understands how to use his body to shield defenders on quick slants and has sticky hands to make contested grabs look easy.

WEAKNESSES: Not a strong finisher as a ballcarrier. He's a classic long-strider who lacks the straight-line speed to challenge vertically against NFL competition and doesn't possess much agility to create yardage after the catch. Can he consistently sink and separate out of his breaks on short-to-intermediate routes?

IN OUR VIEW: Garrett passes the eye test with a large catch radius and long strides to accelerate and gain a step vertically, but he doesn't routinely play up to his size and his rhythm is too easily disrupted by physical defensive backs. He is an intriguing day three possibility due to his natural skill-set.

--Dane Brugler (1/18/16)

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12/08/2015 - 2015 ALL-AMERICAN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE FIRST TEAM (COACHES): WR Keyarris Garrett, Tulsa, Sr.,...The University of Tulsa senior receiver Keyarris Garrett was a unanimous selection to the American Athletic Conference first team as voted on by the league's coaches. The 6'4" Garrett, from Daingerfield High School in Daingerfield, Texas, leads the nation in receiving yards with 1,451 yards and seven touchdowns on 88 receptions, and is second nationally for receiving yards per game with 120.9 yards.

Garrett has had six 100+ receiving games this year, including two games with over 200 yards. He had a career-best 268 yards and three TDs on 14 receptions against #16 Navy, and totaled 216 yards and one TD on 10 catches in Tulsa's 45-34 win over Tulane last Friday to make the Golden Hurricane bowl eligible. Garrett also had 189 yards receiving and one touchdown on 14 receptions against #16 Oklahoma earlier in the season. - Tulsa Football

 

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