If you want to be a real competitor in today’s SEC Football, finding a wide range of great gaming receivers is a must. Look at how Alabama and LSU have gone from three meters and a cloud of dust to wide pass attacks. With Missouri signing the player listed below, the Tigers have a very important player that allows them to move up the SEC ladder.
Size: 6’0 ”, 200 kilos
Position: Wide receiver
High School: East St. Louis (Ill.) High School
The Tigers won a national contract for Burden’s signature. Mizzou surpassed Alabama, LSU, Georgia, Florida, Oklahoma, Iowa, Florida State, Oklahoma, Ohio State, Texas, Texas A&M and Oregon, among others. The load was ranked among the top five national options by multiple search services.
A strong upper body, especially for a wide audience of new entrants. It’s similar to a high-security linebacker that can move to a hybrid position. Also, very strong hands through contact to catch the football. The burden can add even more weight to the fact that he is physically as close as he would see to any college football program. Although not the tallest receiver, Burden’s length exceeds his height. It will take up and take a pass because many other receivers of its size can’t because it’s not the same length as Burden’s arm.
Burden’s improvisation, especially for a 200-pound athlete, is obvious; this is what makes him a man of great return, as the first defender fails in tight quarters. From a size combined with a change of direction, it could be done some Physical comparisons with players like Chris Godwin (Tampa Bay Buccaneers) and Stefon Diggs (Buffalo Bills). He is not yet in their physical condition, but he can certainly be on time.
The ability to reach high speeds quickly is also impressive. After being caught, Burden has the ability to break down defenders and basically become a runner with football in his hands, dominating some defenders with great force.
Burden is definitely an exciting play waiting to happen. A quick juke and go. He has a stiff arm and goes to the sides. He runs after an explosion of speed and a defensive back and catches football for a touchdown. As a result, he is playing explosive games and should be allowed to play with the Tigers very early on, unless he starts at some point in 2022.
Many explosive athletes run as fast as possible and have no vision to know when to slow down and make a cut, nor do they wait until the block in front of them is executed. Despite Burden’s youth, he repeatedly shows that he is ready to open his locks before the opening explodes.
This will help the screens in particular, which is why the return of the Tiger is likely to be manly. Natural conceptions like Burden’s offer a variety of possibilities. Even the Wildcat quarterback could end up running in short-yard situations.
With his natural ability to change strength, speed, and direction, Burden will be able to play any of the major wide-ranging positions that a widespread offense normally uses. He may play in the slot, on the boundary, or on the perimeter of the wide side of the pitch, in an effort to maximize his abilities.
Moving a talented receiver like Burden to different positions, game by game, invents a coordinator of opposing defense; it’s hard to duplicate a player who isn’t always in the same place. It also gives Burden the ability to go against different backgrounds to help create sudden upsets.
It’s the area of the Missouri football coach Eliah Drinkwitz it can be creative. He is an attacking coach known for his attacking tactics at first, and Burden offers him a unique tool to use.
Overall, it’s great to be on the sidelines for a long time. Burden offers a unique skill that will soon be seen by Missouri fans at the Memorial Stadium in Columbia, Missouri.
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