BIO: Four-year starter named All-American and all-conference as a senior. Led the team in receiving the past two seasons, totaling 63/888/7 as a senior after 58/1,140/9 the prior campaign. One of only three players in NCAA history to accumulate more than 4,000 receiving yards over a career and leaves William & Mary with records for both receptions (223) and receiving yardage (4,168).
POSITIVES: Ultra-productive collegian with a great feel for the position. Sized well, smart and consistently finds the open spot on the field. Very focused and makes the difficult catch in traffic with opponents draped on him. Extends his hands, offering the quarterback a nice target, shields defenders away with his frame and looks the ball in. Comes back to the pass and works to get open.
NEGATIVES: Does not test well and only a marginal athlete to the eyeball. Despite all his productivity does have a penchant to drop the easy one on occasion.
ANALYSIS: Musinski is a football player with deceptive speed and sneaky quickness. Always finding a way to get open, has been consistently productive through his college career. Will be downgraded because of a lack of pure size-speed but could surprise next summer in a camp.