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Height: 6-3
Weight: 213
40: 4.65
Year: 5Sr

Andy Cruse

School: Miami-Oh
Position: WR
Bio: Four-year starter who posted 74 receptions/681 yards/6 TDs as a senior after 43/391/4 the prior year.
Positive: Reliable pass catcher with NFL size. Displays good awareness on the field, comes back to the ball to make himself an available target, and consistently finds the soft spot in the defense. Uses his frame to shield away defenders, extends his hands, and works to make receptions away from his frame. Possesses soft hands. Makes difficult catches in a crowd, takes a big hit then holds onto the throw. Quickly transitions from making the catch to running after the reception. Gives effort blocking downfield.
Negative: One-speed receiver with limited quickness. Despite his size, has never been a great red-zone threat.
Analysis: Cruse showed terrific improvement as a senior and he's a receiver who does the little things well. Unlikely to be selected at any point during the seven rounds, Cruse could catch on as a fifth receiver in the NFL.

Updated 5/7
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