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Name: Tyrell Shavers (Double Transfer from Mississippi State/Alabama)
College: San Diego State     Number: 14
Height: 6-4   Weight: 211
Position: WR  Pos2:
Class/Draft Year: rSr/2023

40 Low: 4.53
   40 Time: 4.59
  40 High: 4.64

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Height: 6043
Weight: 211

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Dates: 03/17/23
Hand: 09 3/4  Arm: 32 3/8
Wingspan: 78 1/4

Height: 6043
Weight: 211
40 Yrd Dash: 4.59
20 Yrd Dash: 2.65
10 Yrd Dash: 1.63
225 Lb. Bench Reps: 03
Vertical Jump: 33 1/2
Broad Jump: 09'11"
20 Yrd Shuttle: 4.30
3-Cone Drill: 7.20

40 Time Range: 4.57-4.60/Projected 4.48/+.11


 Data Scout Notes: 2022: 2ndC...2021: NAC...2020: NAC...Oct 2020 Opt-Out...Transfer from Alabama

 Tyrell Shavers, San Diego State, Player News

  2022 ALL-MOUNTAIN WEST FOOTBALL SECOND TEAM: WR - Tyrell Shavers, Sr., San Diego State,...Shavers became a second-team all-MW selection, the first San Diego State wide receiver to earn first or second-team honors since both Vincent Brown and DeMarco Sampson were first-team picks in 2010. Shavers has 34 catches for a team-high 581 yards (17.1 avg.) with three touchdowns, starting all 12 games, with a long reception of 66 yards. Shavers, who also has a blocked kick and return for a touchdown, leads the MW in yards per reception (17.09, 37th in FBS), and is tied for first in punt return touchdowns (1) (off a blocked punt), tied for second in blocked kicks (1, T-15th in FBS), tied for eighth in receiving yards (581) and tied for 10th in receiving yards per game (48.42). - San Diego State Football

(DS#69 WR) rSr/2023 WR Tyrell ShaversSan Diego State
News Source: San Diego State Football
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  An additional three players have left the Mississippi State program during the buildup to its game against Alabama, including a former Crimson Tide wide receiver. Tyrell Shavers, who transferred from Alabama to Mississippi State earlier this year, and reserve defensive linemen Tre Lawson and Jamari Stewart are all no longer with the team, according to head coach Mike Leach. Shavers had nine catches for 107 yards and a touchdown through the Bulldogs' first four games. It's the continuation of a rough past week in Starkville. Star running back Kylin Hill is expected to opt out of the rest of the season. In addition, three players have already entered the transfer portal since last Tuesday and now there are at least three more who will seemingly do so in the near future. It all comes with Mississippi State on a three-game losing streak since its season-opening win over LSU. "I'd surprised if we don't lose more," Leach said."...If you're stunned or nervous, you better brace yourself because we might lose more." - Birmingham News

(DS#69 WR) rSr/2023 WR Tyrell ShaversSan Diego State
News Source: Birmingham News
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  The summer has proved a learning process for Alabama transfer receiver Tyrell Shavers. Through fall camp's early days, the former top-100 recruit sounded more athletic than talented in talking to coaches and teammates. Yet now heading into MSU's first official game week, Shavers finds his name atop the receiver depth chart. Edging out senior Osirus Mitchell, MSU's leading receiver a season ago, Shavers' listing as the No. 1 "Z" receiver is as much a lesson in persistence as it is simply names on a sheet of paper. Throughout camp, flashes of the Dallas-area product's talent leaked through marketing videos, though one would have to examine the clips like the Zapruder film to draw much from them. That said, should he have found a command of an offense he's only been a part of for mere months, there's reason to believe Shavers can stretch the field athletically in a way MSU desperately lacked a season ago and will be necessitated in Leach's system. "I do think Shavers has been more consistent lately," Leach said. "But you know, we're gonna play with eight receivers and roll them in. So Osirus is right in the thick of it. I mean, it could say 'or,' but I do think Shavers has practiced more consistently lately." - The Dispatch

(DS#69 WR) rSr/2023 WR Tyrell ShaversSan Diego State
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  Tyrell Shavers just needed a chance. After a slew of injuries and a brief split between baseball and football slowed his ability to shine on the gridiron at Alabama, the former top-100 recruit is slated for a major role at Mississippi State this fall should the season go on as scheduled. "We are excited to add a tremendous talent like Tyrell to our receiving corps," MSU coach Mike Leach said in a news release in June. "Tyrell graduated from the University of Alabama in three years and has two years of eligibility remaining. We look forward to welcoming him to Starkville as we prepare for a big season ahead." Committing to MSU on June 8, Shavers instantly became the Bulldogs' tallest receiving threat, standing 6-foot-6 and weighing 205 pounds. And while his sample size at Alabama was small -- one reception for 20 yards and one carry for 14 yards last season -- there's reason to believe he'll thrive in coach Mike Leach's air raid offense.

When he played for Lewisville High School in the greater Dallas area, Shavers' high school numbers suffered as much from poor quarterback play as the double- and triple-teams he saw on a weekly basis. Never one to get too high or too low, Shavers boasted a generally calm demeanor despite the errant passes he saw throughout his prep days, finishing with 27 receptions for 397 yards and seven touchdowns as a senior. "If he could get to it, he was going to catch it," Shavers' high school coach, Gregg Miller, told The Dispatch. "Our quarterbacks we had sometimes threw it out of bounds or threw it onto the bleachers, but he was definitely a kid that everybody that we played, you better find a way to cover that kid, or he's going to beat you." - The Dispatch

(DS#69 WR) rSr/2023 WR Tyrell ShaversSan Diego State
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  Mike Leach secured another target for the Air Raid offense he brought to Mississippi State. Former Alabama wide receiver Tyrell Shavers announced via Twitter Monday his decision to join Leach and the Bulldogs in Starkville. Shavers, a graduate transfer who is eligible to play immediately, has two years of eligibility remaining. Shavers didn't play much in his first two seasons in Tuscaloosa. He played in all 13 games last year as a redshirt sophomore. A regular contributor on special teams, Shavers blocked a punt and returned it two yards for a touchdown against Texas A&M.

On offense, Shavers only recorded one catch for 20 yards and a rushing attempt for 14 yards. The latter came against Mississippi State at Davis Wade Stadium. Shavers arrived at Alabama in 2017 as a highly ranked wide receiver recruit. He came out of Lewisville High School in north Texas as the ninth best player in the state according to 247Sports. He was a unanimous four-star recruit. At 6-foot-6, Shavers will be Costello's tallest target at the receiver position. Shavers joins senior Osirus Mitchell (6-foot-5) and incoming junior college transfers Malik Heath (6-foot-3) and Caleb Ducking (6-foot-5) as intriguing outside options for Costello. Heath was the No. 2 junior college wide receiver in the class of 2020. - The Clarion Ledger

(DS#69 WR) rSr/2023 WR Tyrell ShaversSan Diego State
News Source: The Clarion Ledger
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  Alabama is set to lose one of its veteran wide receivers. Redshirt junior Tyrell Shavers entered the NCAA transfer portal Tuesday, has learned. A former top-100 overall recruit, Shavers was expected to be part of the competition for the Crimson Tide's No. 3 wide receiver job. Instead, the Texas native will continue his college career elsewhere. While Shavers played in all 28 games for the Tide over the last two seasons, his playing time on offense came strictly as a backup or in mop-up situations. - Birmingham News

(DS#69 WR) rSr/2023 WR Tyrell ShaversSan Diego State
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