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Scouting Report

The thick framed receiver has abilities as a receiver. He uses a strong plant foot to run inside routes with efficiency. He has solid technique in his hands to go and catch the ball. He has control in his feet to maintain balance in routes. Carrdine reacts well with his hands and can use late hands to catch the ball and keep defensive backs off balance. He concentrates well in his route and with his hands. Carrdine can use improvement in his stop start ability as well as his catching technique consistency. He sometimes reverts to body catching. Carrdine is new to the sport and very passionate about it.

Background

School: Middletown high school south/Brookdale for 1 semester

POS: WR/Versatile

Date of Birth:  5/30/1998

Height:  5’11

Weight: 195

40 Time (If You Have Been Timed): 4.52

Instagram: wyattcarrdine

When a NFL scout pops in your game film, explain to us what type of player he should expect to see (provide a self-scouting report).

- My game film would reflect a passionate and mature player. I’m confident in my skills and what I bring to the team. My film would show a player that is focused and determined until the very last minute of the game. The endless hours of work put in off the field reflects onto the field. I have great agility and am a shifty powerful athlete with great speed

What type of leadership intangibles do you bring to the table? Explain your leadership style.

I’m a very positive person. I’ll always talk highly about everything and everyone and I always think optimistically. I believe I would be able to get the team on the same page with that. To help the team build that chemistry and mindset so we are all connected on the same wave length and that no matter how bad the situation may be we will stay positive and optimistic about the given situation.

Who has been the toughest opponent you have faced thus far in your career, either overall team or an individual? How did you fare?

A tough situation I had to face was the transition out of working with a trainer that I had spent years with. I trusted him when he said he knew how to train athletes, but later discovered that he was sending me workouts from the Internet and would charge me for them. Once I realized I was being scammed, I parted ways immediately and had to learn to be independent and train on my own. After using that situation to grow, I started working with a real athletic trainer and I couldn’t be happier with the results and progress.

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Name a point during your college career when you had to overcome adversity. What did you learn from that experience?

 I haven’t had a college career, but I’m currently overcoming adversity trying to get my chance. I train hard 5-6 days a week to stay ready for when I get my chance, even if I’m not sure when it will happen. I’ve been knocked down endless times on this journey and yet I get back up with a smile on my face, ready. Always ready to keep fighting forward.

What was it like growing up in your hometown? Did you live in any other places?

- I was born and raised in Lincroft, New Jersey. It carries a typically small town dynamic with everyone knowing each other. I have a great sense of pride of where I come from and I hope to represent it proudly one day.

When did you begin playing football and when did you realize that you have a passion for the game of football?

- I’ve been playing football since I was around 5 years old and immediately loved the game. Every time I stepped on the field it gave me a rush and a sense of happiness I couldn’t control. I started with flag football in elementary school and progressed to pop Warner. I then continued to play up until high school when I stopped because I was deciding on joining the military at that time. Although I didn’t play in high school, I continued to play the sport outside of school. I realized I had a true passion and love for the sport when I played football at a military training function. It brought back that rush and happiness I was missing ever since I stopped in high school. It felt amazing to get on the field again. Since that day, I decided to switch paths and go back to pursue my dream and true passion with football. Ever since I have been working vigorously to get my one chance at an NFL tryout. I am extremely disciplined, respectful, and easily coachable to learn new skills quickly. 

Have you had any major injuries during your playing career? If so, when and how did it impact you?

Thankfully, I have strengthened my mind and body properly and have not had any major injuries.

What is something people might not know about you or something that separates you from other players?

-I am more than willing to do what it takes. I am disciplined and that has driven me to pursue this dream of mine over the last ten years and become a great athlete. My work ethic is truly second to none and I take pride in that. I know the goal which is to show up and be the best that I can be for myself and my team.