Matt Waldman’s RSP Boiler Room: WR Justin Jefferson’s (LSU) Skills Hidden from the Box Score


Matt Waldman’s RSP Boiler Room examines a pair of skills from LSU wide receiver Justin Jefferson’s game that won’t be apparent from box-score scouting. 

It didn’t take long for me to determine that I’m a fan of Justin Jefferson’s game. Jefferson reminds me of receivers such as Chris Godwin and Robert Woods—pro’s pros who expand their respective offenses with their well-rounded games.

Jefferson has this potential because he’s not only a technically-promising route runner and productive component of a Heisman-winning passing offense, but he also displays athletic ability and a pugnacious attitude for the game that transcends the box score. If Jefferson’s approach to football and life matches what I’ve seen from him on the field thus far, expect a long and productive NFL career.

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