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Jamari Thrash

Jamari Thrash (WR) – Louisville / Senior

5’11-3/4″, 188 Lbs. (Combine)

2022 stats: Georgia State 12 games, 61 rec 1122 yds 18.4 avg 7 TD

2023 stats: Louisville 12 games, 63 rec 858 yds 13.6 avg 6 TD


Awards: 1st Team All-Sun Belt

Measurables (Combine):

Hand Arm Wing
8-5/8″ 31″ 74-1/2″
40-Dash 10-Split Vertical Broad 3-Cone 20-Shuttle Bench
4.46 sec 1.54 sec 34″ 10’0″ 7.16 sec *** ***

RAS: 6.29

Games Watched: 2023 vs. NC State; 2023 vs. Duke; 2023 vs. Notre Dame


The way Thrash wins starts with a variety of release packages off the LOS depending on the coverage by the defender. Thrash is an above average route runner and once in his routes, he is a fluid mover with sharp cuts and change of direction that are extremely impressive, he had a double move during 1 on 1 drills at the Senior Bowl that had the crowd saying “ohhhh”.  After the catch, Trash is super tough to bring down due to his elusiveness and his 4.46 speed (6.7 yac). While he mostly lined out wide, he has shown the ability to be line up anywhere on the line.


As you tell by him weighing in at 188 lbs, Thrash is a thinned framed WR and that struggles with play strength and contested catch situations. Thrash has a tendency to let the ball come into his frame instead of using his hands, which has lead to drops and gives defenders an extra opportunity to knock the ball away (17 drops in 5 years).


Jamari Thrash is a player who jumped out to me during the Senior Bowl with his ability to make DB’s look silly and when I turned on the tape, I saw him winning the same way. Go watch his TD vs. Notre Dame and you will see all the things that he brings to the table, it’s one of the prettiest routes I have seen from this class.

Completed by: @DynastyDogMike, 03/03/24

Reviewed & edited: J. Clark, 03/03/24






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