Tight end Dion Sims has a massive frame. Standing tall at 6'5", his staggering size and power allow him to burst out of the grasp of defenders. Impressive open-field speed makes him even tougher to bring down.
His combination of raw athleticism and pinpoint footwork affords him the potential to be a playmaker on the professional stage.
Here are five video highlights for the former Michigan State tight end.
This video puts Sims' physical ability in the spotlight.
The kid thrives on contact. His Herculean frame is accompanied by agile footwork, which makes him a nightmare to contain.
He's a high-impact guy who brings immediate toughness.
This terrific highlight reel includes interviews with ESPN analyst Bill Polian and SiriusXM analyst Jim Miller.
Miller calls Sims a "do-it-all tight end" with "off the charts" athleticism, drawing parallels to San Diego Charger Antonio Gates.
In this clip, Sims is interviewed by Big Ten Network's Mike Hall.
Mixed in, you'll see terrific highlights which illustrate Sims' receiving ability. Notice how he towers over everyone else on the field. His stature is a remarkable asset.
This comprehensive video puts Sims' playmaking abilities on full display.
His combination of size and athleticism creates valuable mismatches and manufactures opportunities to move the chains. He has a tremendous ability to move defenders off the ball.
Amazing highlights accompany this interview with Sims.
Here, he dissects the highs and lows of his own game, reflects on his favorite moments from his college career and analyzes his own skill set.
An insightful interview with an excellent young player.