Jamal Custis of Syracuse is an intriguing study, BDGE fam. Very rarely do you see college players take a redshirt year in the middle of their college careers, but that's exactly what Custis did in 2016. Honestly, it might sound weird but I really like Jamal Custis--way more than a prospect like Gary Jennings, Jr. of West Virginia who had significantly more college production. Here's why. Tape doesn't lie. I immediately fell in love with Custis tape from his senior season at Syracuse. The kid is oozing with potential out of every pore in his football body. He's the definition of a late-bloomer and I think some lucky NFL team will get great value when they get this guy into training camp. In 2018, he was named Second Team All-ACC as a senior, after hauling in 51 catches for 906 yards and six touchdowns. I absolutely love his ability to track the ball through the air. He's got good size at 6'4, 215 lbs. and really good size adjusted speed below on PlayerProfiler.com (88th percentile). He's also really good at getting deep down the field and catching the football in a variety of positions. Little known, fact--in 2018, Jamal Custis led the damn ACC in deep receiving yards--according to PFF.
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