Name: Kaian Duverger
School: University of Virginia Wise
Position: WR
Height: 6’6″
Weight: 212

Q: What goals did you accomplish heading into your final collegiate season?

Staying healthy, getting invited to several senior bowl games, made a few bonds with teammates I never imagined speaking to, and surpassing receiving yardage compared to my junior season.

Q: What would your coaches say about the type of player you are?

Humble, and gets the job done when needed, coachable, and loves football. Has the potential to be great at football, I just have to want to be great myself.

Q: When you are studying film, what do you focus on to improve your game?

I focus on my route running and how I can sell body language to help me get open, especially being a bigger receiver. I also love reading triangles and taking advantage of the coverage each snap. I also study my opponent’s weaknesses and strengths.

Q: What separates you from the other players at your position?

The ability to be as quick as I am for my size, the combination of great hands, jumping ability, and athleticism, alongside with my size. I can also high point the ball better than most players at my position.

Q: How will you train and prepare this offseason for the draft or other pro opportunities?

I’ll focus on what I’ve been told to work on by NFL teams, and that is the 40 and meeting weight requirements. So therefore, a lot of speed training and weight training, while being on a diet to put on a few pounds.

Q: What kind of strengths and abilities will you bring to a team that will stand out both on and off the field?

On the field would be just the natural talent I carry, play making ability, and the will to wanting to get better to help a team succeed. As far as off the field, me being so humble and always to myself with family would benefit any team, I’d stay out of trouble with ease.

Q: What is your final pitch or sell to NFL and other pro league scouts?

I’m what every NFL team needs, a big target who will make plays and that will take any opportunity to help a team succeed, and in my city we call that a “ball playaa!”