Mews has really good speed, and plays with nice urgency getting up field too. His abrupt approach to getting up field adds a legit vertical attack to any offense. Mostly playing in the slot, and some different areas in the backfield even lining up at sniffer then motioning out to the flat. Mews can absolutely makes cuts on a dime and explodes out of those breaks. In a short space he is flat out explosive, and honestly wouldn’t mind seeing him at RB more. Mews has solid speed, and broke for a few long runs – his senior year he is really proving that his top end speed is legit and is leading Class 6-A receiving a month into the season. His low center of gravity makes him very tough to get off his feet, and his top end acceleration just burns defenders with poor angles. Mews is a good route runner, but what stands out even more is his ability to adjust to a pass, and is aggressive enough to come back and attack the football when doing so. He is one of the better uncommitted slot receivers in the state, and is also a dangerous returner.