Player Evaluations

2022 – WR -De’Nylon Morrisette – Brookwood, GA – 6’1/ 200

247 Rank:  National - 218 / WR - 27 / GA – 23

Commitment – Undecided

Name/Location/Date/Time of film for evaluation – Junior Season Highlights– Hudl – 11/22/2020 – 4m 31sec

Physical Attributes – De’Nylon has above average ht and length along with a thick body.  Elite twitch, balance and body control for size.  Cand make people miss and create separation.  Excellent initial burst and acceleration.  He shows great play speed with decent long speed not too sure it is elite from this exposure.  Explosive, powerful runner.  Going to be interesting to see where De’Nylon tops out physically.   If he keeps his attributes as he gets bigger, stronger & faster, watch out.     

Position Specific Skills – De’Nylon does it all!  Shows great initial quickness and gets off into the route  with great burst and acceleration.  Can drop weight to get in and out of cuts.  Can put foot in ground at full speed at the top of the route to create separation.  Has great balance and body control and can change direction.  Has good hands with a big catch radius and can win the one on one balls.  Can be a deep/red zone threat with his ability to jump and adjust to the ball in the air.  After the catch he is impressive with his vision and his ability to make you miss.   

Overall – De’Nylon is a stud.  A solid bodied WR who can run routes and make plays at an elite level.  He can go over the middle or over the top.  Reminds me of Anquon Boldin.  Lacks elite long speed but his play speed and route running ability makes up for it.  In a few years his body will look like he is a Greek God.   I like this kid a lot.   I see why Bama is at the top of his list!  Would be another big loss for Georgia to lose him, especially being an instate kid.


Paul Gonnella

Paul Gonnella
Paul is the CEO and Co-Founder of THE PROCESS Football Recruiting. His 10 years of experience as the Director of Player Personnel at Alabama, Tennessee, North Carolina, Miami, Purdue, South Florida, and Memphis make Paul one of the best evaluators in the country.