NFL Draft 2023 Scouting Report: TE Luke Musgrave, Oregon State. Nephew of coach Bill Musgrave, known for his work as offensive coordinator for a number of NFL teams. Played tight end, receiver and defensive end in high school. In college, he played lacrosse and alpine skiing. Spent four seasons with Oregon State, the last two as a starter. Also played successfully on special teams. Played on NCAA Tight Ends last season but missed most of his games because of injury.
Weight: 250 lbs
40 time: 4.61 seconds
Luke Musgrave Stats
169 yards and a touchdown on receptions.
Luke Musgrave Scouting Report: Strenghts
- Excellent anthropometrics
- very athletic
- quick, ran 40 yards in 4.51 s last year
- gains significant amount of yards after the catch
- accurate and technical on receptions
- works well on routes
Luke Musgrave Scouting Report: Weaknesses
- Progresses on blocks, but still makes a lot of technical mistakes
- doesn't have much game experience
- despite speed, doesn't get away from defenders well
- not as strong physically as you'd expect from someone of his size
Luke Musgrave Scouting Report: Overall
Talented and athletic tight end whose effectiveness in college was affected by several factors, from injuries to an unstable offense that did not have high level players. Can play closer to the line or go out in the slot. Very good in route running, can cause big problems for linebackers due to his speed, but quickly loses momentum on contact. Not long ago, Luke Musgrave became the first tight end in Senior Bowl history to post speeds above 20 mph (32.19 kph) during drills. Early in his career, could be a great number two for a team actively using the No. 12 staff.