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SI All-American Candidate Andrew Wilson-Lamp Highlights and Evaluation

Andrew Wilson-Lamp is a wide receiver prospect from Washington High School in Massillon, Ohio. Wilson-Lamp is an SI All-American candidate.

Prospect: Andrew Wilson-Lamp                                
Status: SI All-American candidate                                
Vitals: 6-foot-3, 175 pounds                                      
School: Massillon (Ohio) Washington                    
Position: Wide Receiver                                            
Committed to: West Virginia                                        
Projected Position: Wide Receiver

Frame: Long and slender. Above-average shoulder width. Thin across upper body. Narrow base, with spindly legs. Significant all-around growth potential. 

Athleticism: Fluid. Long strider with impressive top-end speed. Average burst. Good hip flexibility. Adequate lateral agility at best; not especially sudden in and out of cuts. Natural ball skills. 

Instincts: Keen ability to track ball in air. Lacks elite leaping ability, but can high-point jump balls regardless. Rarely works middle of field; does vast majority of damage outside numbers. Finesse player. 

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Polish: Stacks corners like college veteran running vertical routes. Flashes promise as overall route-runner, but runs limited tree. Rarely deals with press coverage due to threat of speed; unknown ability to beat jam. Question mark as run blocker, but runs effective dummy routes on backside. 

Bottom Line: Wilson-Lamp’s length and deep speed pop off the tape. He lacks much versatility otherwise, but has tools needed to be coached-up. Likely multi-year starter for Mountaineers, who could see the field early.