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2015 Draft Profile: Jimmay Mundine

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Jimmay Mundine blew up during his Senior year, but is it enough to land him a spot on an NFL roster?

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Jimmay Mundine played as a tight end in college, but projects to be more of a slot receiver at the next level.

2014 Stats

45 receptions

584 yards

3 TDs

Pro Day/Combine Results

Height/Weight: 6'2", 240 lbs

40-yard dash: 4.67 seconds

225 lb bench press: 20 reps

Vertical jump: not recorded

Broad jump: 10'01"

3-cone drill: 6.98 seconds

60-yard shuttle: 4.34 seconds

Strengths

Mundine is adept at using his size to create space or get position on defenders. He is light on his feet and shows excellent ability to change directions. Physicality after the catch makes it difficult to bring him down. Displays excellent control of his body and a knack for making catches with his arms extended.

Weaknesses

Does not block well enough for the Tight End position. Tends to stop and let his defender off the block. Not ideal height, and his overall strength just isn’t there. Has a mild issue with drops.

Prediction

Mundine has enough raw ability to be picked up by someone as a project, but don’t expect him to get drafted. He might get picked up rather quickly as an UDFA, but more than likely he will be a camp invite that will stick on a practice squad somewhere this year.