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  • Sosa's Scouting Report: WR Chad Hansen

    Chad Hansen WR Cal
    • Height: 62
    • Weight: 205 lbs
    • January 18, 1995 (age 22 years)
    Receptions Yards Average Long - Touchdowns
    2016 92 1249 13.6 70 11
    2015 19 249 13.1 52 1
    • Good speed and is great at verticals
    • Closes gap between himself and defender very quickly
    • DBs respect his speed and ability to take top off the defense, play 10 yards off. Allows him to work underneath routes with ease such as comebacks, hitches
    • Great athlete who you can scheme plays for to create yardage
    • Lines up exclusively at RWR
    • A crisp route runner who creates good separation sinking his hips and planting strong
    • Good not great hands, but will pluck the ball in the air away from body
    • Gets his feet in bounds near the sidelines on catches
    • Can break tackles and quickly gains a lot of YAC
    • Can beat the press
    • Drop vs San Diego State and Stanford
    • Had a lot of targets vs San Diego State but didnt convert many of them
    • Route tree is not extensive
    • Inconsistent on jump balls/contested catches.. Some are caught, some arent

    Hansen actually played a little bit with Goff and would be a very interesting add in day 2. He's a very good deep threat with ability to take the top off the D, but isn't limited to that. He can play underneath as well. Hansen is similar to Kenny Stills and would fit the role of DeSean Jackson in McVay's offense very well.

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    • Weight: 220 lbs
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    2016 70 914 13.1 67 10
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    • Height: 60
    • Weight: 175 lbs
    • November 21, 1993 (age 23 years)
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    2016 80 1524 19.1 88 17
    2015 46 743 16.2 42 4
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    • Height: 60
    • Weight: 180 lbs
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    • Height: 61
    • Weight: 205 lbs
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    John Ross WR Washington
    • Height: 511
    • Weight: 190 lbs
    • November 27, 1994 (age 22)
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