Height: 5-10
Weight: 185
40: 4.52
Year: 5Sr

Tony Washington II

School: Appalachian State
Position: WR
Positive: Small but quick receiver who also doubles as a return specialist. Consistently finds a way to separate from defenders, competes to make catches, and displays terrific focus as well as concentration. Makes the difficult catch in a crowd, nicely adjusts to errant throws, and displays a nice feel for the position. Sells routes, gives effort blocking downfield, and productive returning kicks.
Negative: Does not display strong hands and let some catchable throws slip by. Marginal skill running after the catch. Does not show a great burst of speed.
Analysis: Washington has displayed consistent development the past three years and was productive for Appalachian State in a variety of capacities. He'll have the opportunity to make an NFL roster as a fifth receiver if he produces returning punts this summer.

Updated 4/30
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