Greg Carr Scouting Report
|School:||Florida State Seminoles|
|Height & Weight:||6'6 - 214 lbs.|
2009 NFL Draft Prospect Scouting Report:
Greg Carr, WR, Florida State
Despite being one of the most prolific wide receivers in Florida State history, Greg Carr (for the most part) has flown under the NFL's radar. He is only the second player in Seminole history to rank in the school's top five in receptions, receiving yards and touchdowns; the first was Peter Warrick. To put up numbers that impressive he could not spend any time not being productive. As a freshman in 2005 he caught nine touchdown passes. As a sophomore that number increased to 12. As a junior he led the team with 795 receiving yards and he ended his senior campaign catching 39 passes for 542 yards and four touchdowns. Carr's reputation for making spectacular catches has actually hurt his stock in the draft. Every highlight reel of Carr's FSU career consists of amazing catch after amazing catch, but scouts are starting to see that he can be much more than that. Carr is a surprisingly good route runner and has more than enough speed to be dangerous after the catch. Any team in the NFL would like to have a 6-6 wide receiver. One can never go wrong with size and speed when talking about a receiver and if his stock continues to rise, Carr could find himself in the second round. If not, some team will get a steal on the second day.
Last Updated Feb-11-2009 by Joel Welser
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