Grimes biggest strength as a receiver. Not only is Grimes 6'4, but is also well filled out at nearly 220. And going along with that size? A sub 4.5 40 yard dash. Grimes showed great ability in many parts of the passing game: he was electric on screens, explosive after the catch, he's able to make catches in traffic, and is able to high point the ball with the best of them.
Grimes posted a career high in every category this year, his only significant boost in stats was to his TDs. When putting on his 2018, 2019, and 2020 tape, you don't see much of a difference, which makes you wonder if he's already peaked.
Trevon Grimes has all the tools to be a great NFL receiver. There really aren't any huge weaknesses in his game. The weaknesses he does have are worth overlooking because of his tremendous upside. The biggest concern with Grimes is, if he has so many talent, why didn't he see more targets at Florida? Sure, he had Toney and Pitts ahead of him. But if he was truly transcendent, he probably would've been targetted more, meaning his production might have been a product of the receivers ahead of him seeing the better coverage. However, any team that needs receiver help should take a flyer on this guy. Athletically, Grimes could be a first round talent. However, I see him as a late day 2 pick by a team looking to complement their true number 1.
Route Tree Variety
Big Play Ability
High Points Ball
Run After Catch