By Lewis Gould
WFT wide receiver Curtis Samuel was raring to go at OTA’s:
“[Moving around the field] is great. It’s fun, just being in different parts of the field, creating so many mismatches for the team. Being able to move around, it confuses a defense to open up things for other guys. It makes it tough on defensive coaches because they gotta game plan differently.”
Samuel is a weapon from all areas of the field.
No wide receiver took more handoffs (41) than him in 2020, and he even featured as a slot receiver after playing primarily on the outside during his first three NFL seasons.
This will be his first season with WFT.