If the hype couldn’t be any higher for 2021 four-star wide receiver Xavier Worthy, who committed to Michigan earlier this month, the 6-foot-1, 160-pounder from Fresno, California decided to put this poor guy on a poster and give him the Randy Moss treatment with a remarkable one-handed catch.
Here was my reaction to seeing that snag.
Those kinds of catches, as well as his verified 10.55 100-yard dash time, are coming to Ann Arbor this winter. After the state of California decided to delay its fall athletics, Worthy announced his intentions to skip his senior season and enroll early at U-M.
Fans should definitely be excited about Worthy’s potential. We already knew he had the speed, but this video goes to show he has the catch radius and the ability to go make difficult catches to go along with his speed. I believe he will burn his redshirt pretty quickly, and I also believe he has a chance to be a very special player when it’s all said and done.
Worthy is the No. 32 wide receiver and No. 174 overall player in his class, per the composite. He is one of three wide receivers committed to Michigan’s 2021 class, along with four-star Cristian Dixon and three-star Markus Allen.