✅. SIX STAR FOOTBALL SCOUTING REPORT: Blessed with a long, athletic frame that projects well, Echternach is well beyond his years physically at 6’3, 224-pounds and has the potential to add muscle mass and size with age. Has is a big downfield threat willing to go over the middle and haul in tough passes, can run after the catch and is a standout blocker at the point of attach. With some added bulk on his frame, Echternach could be one of the pure gems of the Nebraska super sophomore class.
— Eric Pannell, Dec. 9, 2020
Anthony Alfieri (@AnthAlfieri) is the official scout of Six Star Football’s Scouting Service. He has spent the last six years working for NFL and Division I Power 5 programs, graduating from Oregon State where he later worked as a recruiting assistant. He has also worked for the Seattle Seahawks and the University of Washington. See more about his work here.
✅. ANTHONY ALFIERI SCOUTING REPORT: Echternach is a good one that can make some huge things happen, a player that can make the tough down field grabs and target that can be a matchup nightmare for smaller defenders. Tested well for a young athlete at the 6Star event in STL, posting a solid 8’6 broad jump. Uses his reach well as a blocker, keeps opponents out of his body. Shows good leverage. Build very athletic and could be a very impressive looking play maker that has upside with his skills and natural abilities.
⭐️ STRENGTHS: Size, big frame, power, hands, route running
⭐️ WEAKNESSES: Experience, speed, and explosiveness off the line
— Anthony Alfieri, Dec. 9 2020
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