Gets leggy when asked to change directions and isn't real compact or sudden as a route runner. Is at his best when asked to use his strider speed down the field, but he isn't a real gifted athlete in jump ball situations. Too often does extend his arms and head in order to make a play. Lets the ball get into his frame and looks content to trap ball against his chest, even when high pointing a throw.
Impression: A decent size guy with a little production, but not enough to warrant an draft pick of any kind."
Positive: Nice-sized possession receiver who has flashed ability the past two years. Uses the sidelines well, adjusts to the errant throw, and extends to make the reception away from his frame. Flashes athleticism, comes back to the ball out of breaks, and uses his frame to shield away opponents.
Negative: Lacks a quick release off the line. Poor route runner who rounds off breaks. Shows a minimal burst in his game. Lacks naturally soft hands. Must pick up his blocking intensity.
Analysis: Summers has displayed skill at times the past two seasons yet has a lot of inconsistency in his game and does not pay attention to detail. He's a practice squad prospect who could make an active roster as should he ever pull the pieces together."
Weaknesses: Catches the ball too close to his pads. Doesn't work back to the ball well enough on hitch and comeback routes. Makes poor decisions, as he dove into the end zone in a game that cost the Rebels important field position late in the game versus LSU.
Projection: UDFA who'll need to show something to be more than just a training camp body."