Matt Waldman’s RSP Boiler Room examines three routes from Braylon Sanders’ film portfolio that illustrate the hidden value of running stems and attacking leverage at full speed.
1,465 yards in a five-year college football career is not the box score resume of an early-round pick. However, a career average of 21 yards per catch will generate a double-take, especially when considering that Mississippi receiver Braylon Sanders earned these numbers working behind A.J. Brown, D.K. Metcalf, and Elijah Moore in the pecking order for most of his career.
Sanders, who will be showcasing his talents at the Senior Bowl this week, is a scintillating deep threat. There are also hints of a lot more to his game. I’ve seen more than my share of plays from two years of film where Sanders made Matt Corral look a lot better than he deserved between the hashes and in traffic.
This Boiler Room profiles three routes from Sanders that illustrate the value of attacking routes at full speed and how it makes the entire route tree more productive for the receiver.
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