Positive: Large, athletic receiver that's been minimally productive. Has good size, comes back to the ball out of breaks, uses his frame to shield away opponents, and makes tough catches. Gets vertical and fights to make the reception, displaying good eye/hand coordination and strong hands.
Negative: Slows into pass routes and struggles getting separation on exit. Really does not show burst in his game.
Analysis: McCrae has been consistent the past two seasons at Ohio but was unable to elevate his game as a senior when the opportunity to be the team E(TM)s number one receiver arose. He has the size/speed numbers and seemingly the pass catching ability to make it as a fifth receiver in the NFL if he quickly elevates his game."
Strengths: Great size and speed combination; great leaping ability.
Weaknesses: Needs to improve route-running to be threat in the NFL - tends to rely on physical mismatches and he won't get those as often at the next level.