It’s the smaller details that a player flashes of “what could be” that are as important to a scouting report as “what is.”
Today, Curtis Samuel is an RB. If you asked me what he’s best at, I’d tell you running the football or catching the ball from the backfield as a running back.
But, Samuel has the skills and potential that in a few years, he could become a good wide receiver. This episode of the RSP Boiler Room examines that potential and discusses potential fits.
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