Posted On: 03/6/17 7:00 PM

Once I saw what Andrew Goergen put up last season as a junior statistically, I knew I had to put on the tape to see what was going on. Goergen had massive numbers in 2016 putting up 95 receptions for 1,411 yards (14.9 ypc) and an absurd 28 receiving touchdowns. It does help when you have arguably the best quarterback in the state in Owen King, but Goergen's film shows a player that can do a lot on his own. 

The first thing that stood out to me about Goergen was his route running. For a high school junior, he's able to gain a lot of separation because of how crisp his routes are. He's got that "start-stop" ability in short spaces that gains the separation, and once the ball in close, he's able to reel in the ball with good body position. 

He also adjusts well to the ball no matter the placement as he can really track the ball once he locates it, and then adjusts his body accordingly. He's not a burner by any means, and that's one think he'll have to work on, but he's certainly going to be a guy on the radar for many division one

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