How a receiver performs in the red zone can tell you a lot about his preparation. Illinois St. Anthony Warrum is ready.
There’s a lot that I could share with you about Anthony Warrum. Over 90 percent of it are things that you’ll learn about any receiver prospect. One area that’s overlooked is red zone route running.
Most analysis I find about receivers in the red zone features quick-hitting plays like slants and fades that entail the receiver combing size, explosion, and technique to get open. This clip of Warrum illustrates the value of a receiver capable reading the defense and executing multiple potential break points for a quarterback forced to improvise in a compressed area of the field.
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