Originally Posted by Texian
DeAndre Hopkins is 73" HT; 33.08" arms; 10.08" hands, 36" vertical jump
Hopkins size gives him distinct advantage over all DBs. However the dinks & dunks, quick out, quick slant over the middle neutralize much of D's advantages against defensive backs and makes Hokins much less effective. In order for DeAndre to be at his best and to take advantage of DB's he must play in space.
It's hard reading some of these posts sometimes, I swear.