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Interesting development project Rob Wheelwright will be. Some of the weaknesses and strengths that I see......
Weak areas - obviously lacks speed, poor functional strength, lack of explosion, has a tendency to catch with his body on deep passes (his QB wasn't that good though so some of the passes were not thrown at a good angle).
Strong areas - the strongest area that I see is the use of hands after the catch, overall route running is decent, and has good body control.
I look at Rob Wheelwright as a Darrin Charles from the early 2000s, but not as big. His stride is similar and route running is similar.
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