It's tough to get a good read on what the coverage was on this play due to the angle of the camera. However, Kizer's two inside receivers both immediately attack vertically at the snap.
There's a safety appearing over the top of both inside receivers. Kizer freezes him with his eyes to the out-breaking target just enough for him to give his receiver running a seam-route more room on the third level.
The two second-level defenders do a poor job of carrying the seam route in coverage. Kizer shows a good combination of arm talent and touch to get the ball over their heads and away from the safety, which leads to a touchdown reception.
Tim O'Malley of Irish Eyes wrote on Jan. 24: "Kizer could come in and win a game if called upon as a true freshman, but only time, film study and repetition will make him a championship level triggerman."
Edwin Weathersby is the College Football Recruiting Analyst for Bleacher Report. He has worked in scouting/player personnel departments for three professional football teams, including the New York Giants and Cleveland Browns.