2018 WR Roy Livingstone

Peter Ariz

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I can't say that I have measurables or a 40-time, but all I know is that every MNW game I watched this season, Livingstone made plays at receiver.

With Miami taking a big WR class next cycle, this is definitely someone to track through the offseason

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Needs to work on getting YAC. He also dives way too much, he's got to start trying to stay in stride and catch them.
 
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One of my favorite players on MNW, I've talked him up a lot in a bunch of threads throughout the season for MNW.

But, he's not the kind of WR most on here would like, so he won't receive much praise.

He's 6'1 between 170-180lbs & runs a 4.6, not a blazer but a very good route runner & has nice hands.

I know he would commit if we were after him, but I doubt he'll be in the 18 class with all the other WR's we'll prioritize over him.

He's best offensive playmaker on MNW & was huge reason why they had such a great season...

The MNW WR's were putting on a clinic vs that vaunted AH secondary everybody always hypes up lol... Only Tyson Campbell balled, but Marco & Pat Jr were routinely beat all game long.

Also, 2019 LB Samuel Brooks had Herbert looking like a turnstile all game off the edge... It was crazy to see a kid as young as Brooks just run right past Herbert time & time again lol.

And, 2019 OT Mark Fox is a kid we need to keep down in Miami, he's going to be a beast by his Senior year.
 
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I don't know Pete. Looks like a solid player, great hands, smooth; but nothing that pops out to me on film.

Pope
Gammage
Williams
Watt
Austin

All look way more explosive
 
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