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Marcus Rosemy-Jacksaint 2024 NFL Draft: Combine Results, Scouting Report For Georgia WR

Marcus Rosemy-Jacksaint runs away from a defender for a touchdown
Georgia Bulldogs wide receiver Marcus Rosemy-Jacksaint (1) runs for a touchdown past Kentucky Wildcats defensive back Andru Phillips (23) during the first quarter at Sanford Stadium. (Dale Zanine-USA TODAY Sports)

The 2024 NFL Draft is getting close, making it an excellent time to highlight some of the class' best players with scouting reports. Each report will include strengths, weaknesses and background information. 

Here's our report on Marcus Rosemy-Jacksaint.

Marcus Rosemy-Jacksaint 2024 NFL COMBINE RESULTS

  • Height: 6-foot-1
  • Weight: 195 pounds
  • 40-yard dash: Did Not Perform (DNP)
  • 10-yard split: DNP
  • 20-yard shuttle: DNP
  • Vertical jump: 35"
  • Broad jump: 9'11"
  • Arm length: 33"

Marcus Rosemy-Jacksaint 2024 NFL DRAFT SCOUTING REPORT


  • Good-sized receiver who lined up in multiple locations in Georgia's offense. Smooth, fluid feel to his movement.
  • Looked and played faster on tape than timed speed. Not explosive or fast but did not look prohibitively slow.
  • On free-access snaps, he showed burst of the ball challenging off-coverage corners vertically. Good stopping power.
  • Flashed good feel of how to use vertical stem to gain leverage off line of scrimmage and then create separation at the top of the stem.
  • Stride length works in his favor with enough build-up acceleration to work effectively on movement routes.
  • Effective on crossing routes, especially vs. zone coverage where he could open his stride and then find voids.
  • Has run-after-catch dimension both on short throws where he snapped upfield and crossers with space to stride.
  • Good hands making catches away from his frame. Wide catching radius with his size and length (10-inch hands).


  • Timed speed very concerning — his 4.84-second 40-yard dash will be prohibitive for many teams and will remove him from their board.
  • Not the level of overall athlete you ideally look for at the wide receiver position. Lacks any kind of suddenness.
  • Does not possess explosiveness as a route runner or natural mover — much more measured and methodical.
  • Can be sluggish and too upright coming off line of scrimmage, even with free access. Needs to become more consistent.
  • There will be questions re: his ability to effectively defeat press coverage when getting off the line of scrimmage cleanly with no disruption.
  • His burst in and out of breaks is question: Does he possess the needed short-area quickness to separate consistently?

Marcus Rosemy-Jacksaint, in a light gray uniform, hauls a ball in between his arms with a defender on top of him
American wide receiver Marcus Rosemy-Jacksaint of Georgia (1) grabs a touchdown pass over defensive back Willie Drew of Virginia State (0) during the first half of the 2024 Senior Bowl football game at Hancock Whitney Stadium. (Vasha Hunt-USA TODAY Sports)


Rosemy-Jacksaint is one of those wide receivers whose athletic testing measurables were not very good. But when you watch his tape, you feel he has a chance to make an NFL roster and could eventually contribute in some 11 personnel offensive packages — especially given his extensive experience with lining up in multiple locations (multiple splits within the offense and at times being deployed as the motion receiver).

He has excellent size and a smooth feel to his movement but is more of a one-speed receiver than a fast or explosive mover who can add an extra gear when needed. There is no question, however, that he plays faster on tape than his poor 40-yard dash time.

What consistently stood out on his tape was that he was a bigger body who effectively worked between the numbers, catching the ball easily with his hands and away from his frame. That kind of receiver, one who can work the middle of the field in the short to intermediate areas, has value in the NFL.

With his size, length and catching ability, Rosemy-Jacksaint will find a place in the NFL. It would not surprise me if, a few years down the road, he is an effective third wide receiver — depending on the team and scheme — with the chance to develop into a quality No. 2 wide receiver depending on the skill set of the WR1.


Rosemy-Jacksaint came out of St. Thomas Aquinas in south Florida as a highly coveted 4-star recruit and a top-10 wide receiver prospect in the nation. He played four years at Georgia with 23 starts in his career, including 11 in his senior season of 2023 with a 34-535-15.7-4 TD stat line.

Rosemy-Jacksaint lined up in multiple locations within the Georgia offense, including taking snaps at boundary X on the back side of trips.