Anecdotal: This incredibly intelligent prospect -majoring in political sciences- has a great body and leaping ability. Born in April of 1995 he only turned twenty recently, was a junior olympian in track and field, winning first the 110- meter hurdles at age twelve, was the number one player in the state of North Carolina by Rivals in 2012, and has a father who played in the Super Bowl in 2003 for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.













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Name: Marquez North         Number: 8

University: University of Tennessee

Position: Wide Receiver

Height: 6'4

Weight: 224

Age: 20

Class: Junior

Secondary Position: NA


Projected Range: 1st Round (2017)



All Star Games and Camps:
  1. NA
  2. NA



All-Star Numbers
Pro Day Combine
Forty Yard Dash: NA NA
Bench Press: NA NA
Vertical Jump: NA NA
Broad Jump NA NA
Three Cone Drill NA NA
Twenty Yard Shutle NA NA
Forty Yard Dash NA NA






Career Statistics:

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Strengths

  • Hands

  • Awareness

  • Size



Weaknesses

  • Route Running




Breakdown



Attribute Ratings
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Final Thought: North's greatest assets are his hands and his overall awareness. North is a natural hands catcher and has an excellent ability to know where the sideline and ball are, while making adjustments to poorly thrown balls. Most passes thrown to North are poor throws or throws into double coverage, making him have to concentrate in order to make a difficult catch. A quarter of those throws are directly at him, with no lead to catch and run. Combining those abilities with his size make North an excellent prospect. North had an injury plagued Junior Season and will most likely return for his senior campaign.