Pros: Impressive. In one word, that is Sammy Watkins. He had one of the more memorable freshman seasons for a wide receiver (82/1219/12) in recent memory, becoming just the third ever true freshman to earn First Team All American honors (Herschel Walker, Adrian Peterson). Separation. Whether it is running routes or after the catch, Watkins has the ability to get open coming out of breaks and take it the distance once the ball is in his hands. His game speed has another gear that is unordinary, which also makes him a dangerous return man—Watkins loves to return kicks as well as punts.
Cons: There are not many weaknesses in Watkins’ game on the field. Getting stronger will come with time and Watkins said he has worked on improving his lower leg strength. Like most wide outs, blocking can improve. Off the field, he was