When you come to the University of Miami as the son of THE original "Playmaker" expectations are going to be high.
Perhaps unfairly so.
But the 6'3 220 pound 3 star St. Thomas Aquinas product has enough skills to make a name of his own.
So the first question is, will he be a WR or a TE?
I think he ends up growing into his frame a little more and becoming the latter.
Early on he could be something of an H back similarly to David Njoku. And like all young TE prospects, his inline blocking will need to be developed.
His size, hands, and route running are already impressive though.
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Summary: Irvin Jr. strikes me as more of a solid, fundamentally sound prospect than as an explosive athlete. That is okay though, and he comes from a great program and obviously has the blood line to be successful. And with some time in the UM strength and conditioning program he could develop into a special player. For now though I do not see him supplanting Njoku or any of the WR prospects on the roster for immediate playing time. If he comes to Coral Gables and works hard, he could be a starter down the line or worst case a pretty good #2/3 TE.