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Also, reported on Giantsfootballblog.com (via the Daily News) The Giants actually do plan on inviting WR Kenny Britt for a private workout-although that has yet to happen. Britt is a local product and thus does not count against the 30 maximum for private visits per team.

Also going to visit are Uconn Defensive End Julius Williams. They also report that a scout went to watch Joshua Mauga a Nevada Linebacker.

Scouting report on Kenny Britt:

From Scout.com

A very talented wide receiver who needs to add some upper body strength. Britt runs clean routes, and has very good ball skills. He uses his body well to shield defensers away so he can make a tough catch.

Footballs Future Scouting report on Kenny Britt;

“Britt has as much potential as any receiver in this draft not named Michael Crabtree, although he does compare favorably to the top receiver in this draft. Britt can really be as good as he wants to be, and he has the talent to be a first rounder. There are quite a few underclassmen that have declared and workouts will dictate the order of them, but Britt has a chance to be taken as high as anyone outside of Crabtree. If he lands with a team that will make him focus on putting in the work, he could become emerge as a go to threat. ”

NFL Combines Scouting Report on Kenny Britt

Positives: Tall with a long frame. Lines up in the slot and outside. Surprisingly quick feet in and out of cuts. Good route-runner who finds seams against the zone. Reaches top speed quickly. Latches onto cornerbacks in run blocking. Strong runner after the catch, willing to bowl over corners and safeties to gain additional yards. Adjusts to low balls well. Makes most of his plays on crossing routes and is willing to give it up over the middle. Uses his body to shield defenders from the ball. Gives good effort blocking, using his long arms and feet to stay in front of a corner.

Negatives: Lanky frame lacking strength in the upper body. Has difficulty sustaining blocks downfield against linebackers and safeties. Will need to learn how to use his hands to get off the line. Displayed very inconsistent hands during his career due to poor concentration and hand strength, leading to body-catching too many passes. Should make more plays on jump balls and down the sideline. Does not have the speed to separate after the catch. Not especially quick off the snap, and hasn’t faced much press coverage due to his size

And of course who can forget this block by Kenny Britt.

I agree with footballsfuture’s analysis. I think Britt is the best WR in this draft behind Crabtree and probably Maclin. I’m campaigning for Britt to be on the Giants next year, hopefully it turns out well.

Britt Last year had 87 receptions for 1,371 yards, 7 touchdowns last year at 15.8 yards per carry.

At the Combine Britt measured in at 6’3” 210 pounds. He ran a 4.48 40 at his combine and a 4.47 40 at his pro day, he also has a 37 inch vertical. He was a 4 star recurit coming out of high school

Britt is a man among boys. I think he has a realistic chance of being the best WR in this class and I’m definitely campaigning for Britt.

Remember if you take the time to comment, I’ll take the time to respond.


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