Home Breaking News NUC Spotlight: Matt Alaimo | TE | 6’5 | 235 | Saint Joe’s Regional, NJ | Class of 2018 | Warrior King 7v7 Club
NUC Spotlight: Matt Alaimo | TE | 6’5 | 235 | Saint Joe’s Regional, NJ | Class of 2018 | Warrior King 7v7 Club 9.1

NUC Spotlight: Matt Alaimo | TE | 6’5 | 235 | Saint Joe’s Regional, NJ | Class of 2018 | Warrior King 7v7 Club

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Matt Alaimo Analysis

9.1

NUC Draft Guru's Rating System looks at the following key area's of the players performance and calculated potential at the next level:

1 - Position Skills9.2

2 - Athleticism/Speed8.8
3 - Explosion8.9
4 - Technique9.3
5 - Playmaking9.2
6- Potential9.3
Reader Rating: ( 2 votes ) 11

Quick Analysis

Nathan has excellent instincts and awareness. He keeps his head downfield when scrambling. He has a very quick release and can make most of the throws on the field. He is a very good runner who can create with his feet and arm.

Matt Alaimo Highlight Tape

COLLEGE PROJECTION

Elite BCS

OFFERS

4 Offers Including:

Scouting Report – Player Analysis
  • Great Route Running
  • Fierce Blocker
  • Football Awareness
  • Great Instincts
  • Physical And Tough
  • Can Make Plays From Anywhere On The Field
  • Excellent Hands
  • Great Agility For Big Man
  • Improving Speed
  • Refining Technique
  • Hip Flexibility
  • Disguising Routes
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