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Name: Tayvian Cunningham 
College: Arizona     Number: 11
Height: 5-09   Weight: 183
Position: WR  Pos2: KR
Class/Draft Year: rSr/2022

40 Low: 4.40
   40 Time: 4.50
  40 High: 4.58
Projected Round:   Stock:    

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Height: 5086
Weight: 183

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Dates: 03/17/21
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 Data Scout Notes: 2020: NAC

 Tayvian Cunningham, Arizona, Player News

  Cunningham might have been the most improved Wildcat during training camp. He put on about nine pounds of muscle over the summer and expanded his game, running sharper routes and making more plays in the intermediate areas of the field. Cunningham has split time between the football and track teams. He clocked a personal-best time of 10.61 seconds in the 100 meters earlier this year. A player that fast should have career averages greater than 11.9 yards per reception and 19.4 yards per kickoff return.

Cunningham's 15.4-yard per-catch average last season included a 75-yard touchdown reception in the opener vs. USC. He averaged only 8.0 yards on his other eight grabs. How could an athlete as explosive as Cunningham get so little bang for his buck? Arizona's porous pass protection undoubtedly played a role. If the scheme created opportunities for him, they weren't realized aside from that deep ball against the Trojans. Cunningham also wasn't as polished a player as he is now. We don't expect Cunningham to lead Arizona in receptions; that should be a two-man battle between Stanley Berryhill III and BJ Casteel. But there's a good chance Cunningham will rank among the offense's leaders in big plays thanks to his own improvement and Jedd Fisch recognizing how potent a weapon Cunningham can be. - Arizona Star News

(DS#127 WR) rSr/2022 WR Tayvian CunninghamArizona
News Source: Arizona Star News
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  Senior receiver Tayvian Cunningham has been one of the most improved players on the team since spring. Known mainly for his straight-line speed, Cunningham, who doubles as a sprinter for the track team, has made plays in tight quarters as well as down the field during camp. "I'm so proud of Tay," Cummings said. "The work that he put in in the offseason shows that he's serious about this. He's always been track and football. In the spring he was (still) going to track. I wouldn't say he wasn't fully into football, but he had other things that he was doing. This whole summer he was focused on ball."

Cunningham gained strength and a greater knowledge of the playbook. The latter has enabled him to play fast. "Now he knows exactly what he's doing, so you see that speed show up," Cummings said. "People think that Tayvian is just a speed guy. What he's really done is show that he could be a pure route runner." Cunningham, a transfer from Sacramento City College, has 44 catches for 522 yards and three touchdowns in 16 games at the UA. He also has averaged 19.4 yards on 18 kickoff returns. - Arizona Republic

(DS#127 WR) rSr/2022 WR Tayvian CunninghamArizona
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