I find it amusing that the above Scouting Reports employ profuse use of terms such as "traditional" and "throwback" to describe the style of Henry Hynoski, as they often do to describe any Full Back who can't do much running or receiving...But the reality is that the true "Classic" Full Back was, indeed, a "Full" Back: He did it all: Blocking, Running, AND Receiving: This currently popular notion of a "throwback" Full Back as a guy who specialized in Blocking, with little thought given to the other skills, is pure Urban Legend: In the old days, when rosters were FAR smaller, every last player on Offense HAD to master several skills in order to retain his job...and MOST of them played full time on DEFENSE, as well!!
It's only been the modern era, and dramatically expanded rosters, that've spawned the era of "Specialists."
Even so, the "Full Back" ~ a term I use ONLY to describe these specialists who offer superior Blocking skills but not much else ~ is an Endangered Species, for the simple reason that if you cart a guy out on the field whose dominant skill is Blocking, you leave very little question ~ for the Defense ~ as to what you're going to be doing with him: Being adept at multiple skills at the alleged "Skill" positions is increasingly vital to survive in this league, much less thrive. Given that...
Henry Hynoski is a good prospect as a Blocker, though his Technique needs works, above all his Crouch. He CAN catch the ball or run it, but does neither with particular skill. Projected as a Late Rounder, he offers substantial value as a role player.
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