Draft Wire’s Laurie Fitzpatrick returns to the RSP Film Room for an in-depth film examination of Ole Miss wide receiver Elijah Moore, one of the best pass-catchers in the 2021 NFL Draft class.
Draft Wire analyst Laurie Fitzpatrick (@LaurieFitzptrck on Twitter) is someone whose work you should be following if you want a steady stream of film analysis on your timeline. She gets bonus points for playing running back in the iWFL/WFA–a league the Emory Hunt covered years ago.
Laurie joined me a few years ago when D.J. Chark became a Jaguar and she touted the positives of his game that have worked out well for the team. This week, we examine Elijah Moore’s potential as an NFL slot receiver and “offensive weapon:”
- Laurie notes Moore’s consistent protection of the ball in contested situations.
- Matt shows how Moore’s versatility can create a lot of scheme break-downs.
- Laurie shows us how well Moore can tell a story as a route runner against defensive leverage that is set up to stop the correct route and still lose.
- Matt illustrates why Moore is a quick-processing receiver with zone routes and working off-script.
- Laurie reveals where Moore can improve as a blocker.
- Matt highlights why Moore should be an excellent weapon in the red zone as well as inside the opponent’s 40-yard-line due to his speed and versatility to play multiple roles.
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