Matt Waldman’s RSP Boiler Room examines Nevada wide receiver Romeo Doubs, a promising route runner with big-play athletic ability who must refine the technical details of winning the ball on contested targets.
A good college route runner who plays with intensity and has some inherent skill with tracking the football, Romeo Doubs is at the crossroads of his career. If he isn’t (or doesn’t learn to become) a student of the game and doesn’t work intelligently to refine the details required of his position, he may stick for a few years in the NFL but he won’t become a long-term starter.
If he understands that he must develop a training regimen that addresses the gaps in his game and applies himself daily, he could become a valuable NFL starter and dangerous big-play weapon for many years.
This week’s RSP Boiler Room examines Doubs’ issues with winning the football cleanly in both mundane and extraordinary scenarios. As seen below, Doubs puts himself in a winning situation for 80 percent of what various plays require but his gaps in technique make life harder.
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