Trey is a shifty receiver. He is good in tight areas, and separates more on the crispness of his routes rather than speed. He is a good, tough route runner. He has good hands, and was a focal point of the offense this last year. He was heavily involved in the screen game as a blocker.
If covered tightly Quinn can not separate with speed. Once he gets off the line, doesn’t find a second gear. He is an average athlete, who doesn’t have home run explosion.
Quinn is a natural in the slot. While he doesnt have speed to seperate or take the top off of a defense, he can win with sharp, crisp routes. He was an extremely active prep receiver, who had one really productive year with SMU. He is a willing blocker, and has the frame to hold up across the middle. Quinn also has value as a return man. He will more than likely wait until Day 3 to hear his name called, but in the pass happy NFL there will be a place for him.
Short area quickness is good, plays with good balance. Average flexibility. Good change of direction, wins in his routes this way. Average he only has one speed. Doesn’t play as a 4.5 receiver.
Route Tree Variety
Big Play Ability
Coasts of the line, smooth but not fast. Wins off the line with footwork to avoid jam. Limited route tree, but sharp crisp routes. Good seperation, gets open but cutting. Good willing blocker, blocked a lot of receiver screens.
High Points Ball
Solid hands, lots of production. Doesn’t break tackles, dives at contact. Good but doesn’t have home run speed. Doesn’t put in on the ground, doesn’t take chances.
Run After Catch
Tough across the middle and in traffic. One year of solid production due to transfer. Good motor.
Understands route concepts and where contact will come from. Able to pick up 2 offenses in college. As a receiver, he is best fit in a slot, but does bring returner value.