RSP Boiler Room No.63: TE David Njoku (Miami)

RSP Boiler Room No.63: TE David Njoku (Miami)

The Rookie Scouting Report Boiler Room uses game tape to determine Clevland Brown TE David Njoku's (Miami) Skills & NFL Draft Stock

The RSP Boiler Room takes an extended look at several facets of Njoku’s game.

David Njoku could use an additional 10-15 pounds on his frame. Additional strength through weight training is among a few minor but significant factors in his game that could prevent this tight end from becoming an NFL-ready contributor of note in 2017. but he’s a lot closer than some may realize.

But I wouldn’t expect a lengthy wait time. Njoku is a lot close to developing an all-around game than many may see when they look at this former track star’s frame.

Watch this 20-minute examination of Njoku’s routes, receiving, ball carrying, and blocking, and it’s evident that the Miami Hurricane could help an NFL team immediately as a receiving option.

Within a year or two, I expect Njoku will be among the most promising tight ends in the league.

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