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2024 NFL Draft Scouting Report: Marcus Rosemy-Jacksaint (WR – Georgia)

2024 NFL Draft Scouting Report: Marcus Rosemy-Jacksaint (WR – Georgia)

FantasyPros will be taking a look at early NFL Draft scouting reports before the Combine in March. Here’s a look at Georgia wide receiver Marcus Rosemy-Jacksaint.

2024 NFL Draft Guide

2024 NFL Draft Scouting Report: Marcus Rosemy-Jacksaint

Marcus Rosemy-Jacksaint (WR – Georgia)

6’2” – 195 lbs.

Background:

Marcus Rosemy-Jacksaint was a four-star recruit out of the famous St. Thomas Aquinas High School in Florida. Sustained a gruesome leg injury as a true freshman, playing sparingly that year and the next (11 total catches) before seeing his role expand the following season — 29-337-2 (11.6). Posted a 34-535-4 (15.7) line this past season.

Positives:

A tall, lanky receiver who often played as the team’s split end. Smooth mover with adequate overall speed. A lot of his routes were on deeper out routes, curls, comebacks and patterns. Has simple, efficient releases at the line against press coverage. Able to dip his shoulder and slip past defenders in off-coverage to get inside leverage for in-breaking routes over the middle of the field. Looks quick out of the route stem, with the ability to create windows for timing-based throws out to the boundary. Offers a pretty wide radius and does a good job of bringing in throws away from his frame; willing to sell out for off-target passes. Has a very reliable pair of hands with no drops over the past two years (only two came back in 2021.) Good concentration to hang on through contact. Nice footwork, awareness and body control near the sideline. Effective blocker on rushing downs and in the screen game, using his length effectively.

Negatives:

Wasn’t a particularly high-volume target in school — zero games over 50 yards in 2022 and three games accounting for over half of his yardage this year. Frame is on the thin side and will probably be asked to add additional bulk. Can struggle to stay on track when dealing with physical defenders. Would like to see him work back to the ball more aggressively to prevent defensive backs from undercutting routes; he lets too many throws get broken up by waiting for the ball to arrive. Can struggle to box out defenders with his frame. Slow to locate the football at times. Doesn’t have a lot of elusiveness or power after the catch.

Summary:

A tall, thin receiver who wasn’t a major focal point of Georgia’s offense, but who can create separation for timing-based throws out toward the boundary. Offers a reliable pair of hands with good body control and sideline awareness. At this point, he allows too many defenders back into the play. You’d like to see him use his frame more effectively and work back to the ball much more aggressively on curls, comebacks and stop routes. Looks like a mid-to-late-rounder depending on how well he tests.

Projection: Round 5/Round 6

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