- AProjectionRound 2
- YearRedshirt Junior
- Hand10 ½
- Arm32 ½
Strong Points: Good tight end size with very long arms. Can easily get to 260 pounds. Very productive. Good athlete with speed, change of direction, balance and body control. Has a good release and is a solid route-runner. Effective short and deep in the Oklahoma offense. Good hands -- can snatch the ball and make the difficult catch. Large receiving radius. Willing as a blocker. Good runner after the catch, with the ability to make the first man miss.
Weak Points: Is a type 1 diabetic and his blood sugar needs to be monitored during games. Although he is a willing blocker, he isn't consistently effective. Better blocking on the move than in-line. Adequate speed but not a burner.
The Way We See It: Andrews, a fourth-year junior, redshirted as a true freshman and has been a regular ever since. Impressive production: 112 receptions and 22 touchdowns over the past three seasons. Has size and length, and is a good athlete for the position. Not fast, but fast enough. Has a good release and can uncover against both man and zone. Has very good hands and adjusts to the ball well. Competitive in traffic. Just average as a blocker, but he is willing. Will be more of an “F” type in the NFL. In order to play “Y” he needs to get stronger and improve his blocking skills. Has the talent to play right away and contribute as a rookie. More of a second-round prospect now, but a strong workout could push him into the first.