Jerry Jeudy not satisfied with Biletnikoff Award, reveals areas of his game he can improve
Jerry Jeudy was a star for the Alabama offense in 2019, catching 68 passes for 1,315 yards and 14 touchdowns.
For his efforts, he was given the Biletnikoff Award, which is given annually to the top wide receiver in college football. Now, he’s back for his junior year and isn’t resting on that success.
On Wednesday at SEC Media Days, Jeudy discussed how he could improve his game and take it to the next level:
“There is a lot that I need to improve on,” he said. “Things such as my fundamentals of the game and little things like that. Knowing how to run certain routes with certain coverages, know why I am running the routes like that. So there is a lot for me to improve on to better myself as a player.”
If he looks even better this fall, there’s a real chance he could be a top-10 pick in the 2020 NFL Draft. That, obviously, comes with a huge payday.
Jeudy seems motivated coming into the 2019 season, and that should scare every defense that lines up across from the Crimson Tide.