Watching that video above, you see a guy who excels when going up to get the ball. He’s tall, he has long arms, he can jump and he gets the ball at the peak. That makes him very good on jump balls and back-shoulder throws. He has good speed, but it takes him a while to really get going. That sometimes means he can have trouble getting open. His size and leaping ability mean that he can make catches even if he’s not open. The video also shows how when he gets going with open field in front of him, he isn’t going to get caught.
Since coming over from BYU, Holliday has attempted to mold the receiving unit in the image of what he did with the Cougars: physical, long and tough. The receivers have talked about competing harder for jump balls, which Holliday calls "70-30 balls."
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