Oklahoma - Sooners
James Hanna - #82 - TE
|Hometown:||Flower Mound, TX|
|Event||Ht||Wt||Hand||Arm||Wing||Wonderlic||40 yard||BP||BJ||VJ||20s||60s||3 Cn|
|03/14/2012 Oklahoma Pro Day||6-4||249||9 3/4||32 3/8||78|
|02/29/2012 Combine||6-3 3/4||252||9 7/8||33 1/8||77 7/8||4.46||24||10'2"||36||4.14||11.43||6.80|
|01/30/2012 Players Classic||6-3 7/8||244||9 7/8||32 3/8||77 3/4|
|03/15/2011 Junior Pro Day||6-3||235||4.85|
The Texas prep saw action in 13 games his true freshman season as a reserve tight end and special-teams player in 2008. Caught six passes for 48 yards (8.0-yard average) and zero touchdowns in ’09 while playing in all 13 games (two starts). Started 11-of-14 games played in ’10 and grabbed 18-292-7 (16.2). Hauled in 27-381-2 (14.1) as a starter in all 14 contests in ’11.Positives:
Well-proportioned build. Rare straight-line speed — is able to stretch the field vertically. Flashes playmaking ability (see 76-yard touchdown vs. Oklahoma State ’10). Finds soft spots in zones. Can extend and catch away from his body. Has a 36-inch vertical jump. Can position and get in the way. Lined up in three-point stance, split out and has special-teams experience. Good character. Durable and coachable.Negatives:
Lacks ideal size and bulk strength to excel in line — gets outmuscled at the point of attack. Struggles to sustain (short on grip and finishing strength). Is not nasty. Average burst and hip flex. Is a bit linear and does not sink his weight fluidly. Needs to refine route running. Has concentration drops. Limited creativity after the catch. Average instincts. Not quick-handed or a natural catcher — late adjusting to the ball.Summary:
A lean, athletic, H-Back-sized detached pass catcher, Hanna is a developmental project who needs to get stronger, develop route savvy and play more consistently. Exceptional Combine performance elevated draft status.
James Hanna's Draft Stock
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