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NFL Draft Profile: Charleston Rambo, Wide Receiver, Miami Hurricanes

NFL draft profile scouting report for Miami Wide Receiver, Charleston Rambo


Pos: WR
Ht: 6005
Wt: 177
Hand: 0968
Arm: 3200
Wing: 7648
40: 4.57
Bench: N/A
3-Cone: N/A
Shuttle: N/A
Vert: 33.5"
Broad: 09'10"
Eligibility: 2022
Cedar Hill, TX
Cedar Hill High School


Charleston Rambo
Miami Hurricanes


Versatile receiver with impressive quickness but lags behind when he is matched with a more physical level of play.


With the direction the NFL has moved on the offense, teams want more separation and explosiveness on the outside. Charleston Rambo brings all that and more. Mixes his releases off the line and has great command over his repertoire of route stems. Controls a decent route tree and has developed some intricacies within routes to create separation. He's quick off the line and wastes little motion as he accelerates. Rambo decelerates into his breaks with good precision. His loose hips and quick feet make it hard to predict where he'll go next. Very comfortable in space after the catch.


Despite being very productive during his time in the college ranks, Rambo is still far from being a complete player. He has consistent issues with losing hand fights and getting rerouted. This happens at the line of scrimmage at times when corners make contact with their initial jab in press coverage. When opponents get their hands on him, Rambo has a hard time working off it. Doesn't play the physical game with corners when on the outside. Rambo isn't aggressive at the catch point and tends to be a body catcher. As a blocker, despite showing improvements, still has issues identifying the MDM and being aggressive as a blocker.


The Oklahoma transfer stepped in right away as the number one target for the Hurricane offense. The dynamic receiver has been used all over the place, in the slot, single receiver side, tight/stacked, and plenty of pre-snap motions. Rambo's agility and speed will translate well to the league when he can refine specific areas of his game. Will need to better fill his frame and find ways to work his way through physical defenders. Will have to work with his coaches to get away from catching with his body and trust his hands.


From Cedar Hill, Texas and attended Cedar Hill High School. Was a four star recruit in the 2017 class, chose Oklahoma over Notre Dame and Florida. Redshirted in 2017 and only recorded eight catches in 2018. Broke out in 2019 and was second on the Sooners in receiving yards. Transferred to Miami after the 2020 season.


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