DeAngelo Peterson Scouting Report
DeAngelo Peterson - Louisiana State (HT: 6-3 - WT: 243)
Positives -- Looks the part of a tight end, great build and is the prototype in terms of body type, a physical specimen... A matchup nightmare, too fast for linebackers and too big for safeties, originally signed with LSU as a wide receiver and was converted to tight end... Has the speed to be a vertical threat
when lined up in the slot... Runs very hard after the catch and uses his top flight quickness to run away from defenders in the open field... Wasn't used to his full ability in college, only started 10 games, but when he was provided a big spark for a desperate passing game... Naturally strong and uses his long arms when asked to seal the edge on running plays... Has lot of upside, is still very raw but is just scratching the surface of his potential and could grow to be one of the best in league if motivated properly.
Negatives -- Doesn't like to run routes in the middle of the field, almost feels like he's afraid to take a big hit... Poor blocking technique, tends to get too upright and he simply isn't big enough to hold off stronger defensive ends and some linebackers, needs a lot of work to develop as a blocker... Struggles to get off the line when asked to block... Had some bad penalties called on him, needs to be more mature to not make the same mistakes in the NFL... Is extremely raw, more of an athlete than a tight end at this point in his career... Relies too much on his body when catching the ball, needs to use his hands better and not let the ball get to him... Drops easy passes due to lack of concentration... There are times where you question if he has ever put in a day of extra practice to harness his ability, should be a lot better than he really is with his frame... Missed the first three games of the 2010 season with an ankle injury.
Combine Results
Height 6030
Weight 243
Arm 32½
40-Time 4.76
Vertical 36
Broad 10'1"
Bench Press 18
Cone 7.19
At Louisiana State -- (Official School Bio) 2011: Played in 14 games with five starts for the Tigers... Ranked third on team with 18 catches for 179 yards... Added one touchdown... Led all LSU receivers with two catches for 28 yards at Ole Miss as the Tigers only threw eight total passes... Caught one pass for a nine-yard touchdown against Northwestern State, his first TD reception since 2009... Leading receiver for the Tigers against Oregon as he hauled in four catches for 62 yards with a long of 29 yards... Caught one pass for seven yards against Alabama in the national championship game. 2010: Missed the first three games with an ankle injury and played in 10 games with three starts... Starts came against Tennessee, Auburn and Texas A&M; in the Cotton Bowl... Ranked fourth on the squad in receiving yards with 198 on 16 catches... Tallied a career-high 76 yards receiving on three catches against Ole Miss with a career-long reception of 40 yards... Converted one of the most talked about plays in college football all season when he took a reverse on fourth-and-one and carried it 23 yards to the 3-yard line against Alabama... The trick play set up the eventual game-winning score... Also snared two passes for 25 yards in the win over the Tide... Pulled down two passes (both for first downs) for 38 yards at Florida... Established a career high five catches for 45 yards against Tennessee. 2009: Played in all 13 games with two starts... Caught five passes for 82 yards and a pair of touchdowns... All five of his receptions resulted in a first down with two of them going for touchdowns... Hauled in a 15-yard touchdown reception in the third quarter to push LSU's lead to 24-13 against Arkansas in the season finale... Caught a 12-yard touchdown pass from Jordan Jefferson with 9:12 left in the second quarter at Alabama for his first career TD reception on only his fourth career catch... Finished with two catches for 40 yards and one TD at Alabama... Made his first career start and reception for 13 yards and a first down at Mississippi State... Other reception came in win over Auburn for 14 yards.
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