Terrence Toliver - LSU (HT: 6-3⅝ - WT: 211) Combine 40: N/A - Pro Day 40: N/A - Position Rank: 20 of 50
Positives: Good height with good speed for his size... Has good hands when he's focused, doesn't let ball get into his chest... Good blocker, uses his size to his advantage... Great leaping ability and large hands, can go up and get the football... Has good body control when he is in the air... A solid deep threat who can run vertical routes in the NFL... Has above-average awareness on the football field and settles well into zone coverage... Ended his career on a high note and left a good impression in scouts' minds after posting 112 yards and three touchdowns against Texas A&M; in the Cotton Bowl... Measurables will attract teams during post season workouts.
Negatives: Long strider, takes him awhile to get to top speed and is better at running deep routes... Struggles with concentration and loses focus at times... Drops some easy passes, looks up field before securing the ball... Below-average route runner, slow in and out of his cuts which negates his straight line speed and allows defenders to catch up to him... A tad slow off the line of scrimmage, corners can get their hands into him... Slows down when cutting on his routes and in the open field... Not very explosive or elusive... Inconsistent performer, will have games where he looks unstoppable and others where he's a non-factor, only caught touchdowns in two games in 2010... Never performed up to his abilities, came to LSU as a blue-chip recruit and never eclipsed 800 receiving yards in a season... A bit of a one-trick pony, not a complete receiver because his running style and skill set don't allow him to run short and intermediates very well.
(January 25, 2011) --
The South squad notes are posted for Tuesday afternoon's practice. We also got some photos that you can check out
under the "Photo Gallery" tab. Both team's coaches and several players will take questions at the 5:30 CST press conference tonight. Feel free to post on the forums
any questions you would like us to ask tonight. Also, be sure to keep coming back the rest of the week for practice notes and interviews.