Scored at least 1 TD on a 2 and a 4. He'll never need to run a comeback and probably not a flat route. Pretty sure he scores against man on a slot fade against LSU. It's fine that he is more specialized in one area the others but that doesn't mean he can't do other things effectively. Teams usually get multiple types of WRs for different situations.There is this thing that happens and it's a lot more common now where people overly polarize things. you like someone so they can do no wrong and are the best at everything or you dislike them and they are always terrible. I feel like this is a case like that.. Hyatt had one of the great college football seasons for a WR or any position and deserves all the accolades and everything that comes with that. He is an extremely talented WR. there is no way he pulls off a season like that if he is not. but he is hyper-specialized and because of his size can play a very limited role in most offenses. Can he grow? Sure but there is a reason that before this season his stats were about 20 catches for 250 yards and 2 td's per season. He went from averaging 12 ypc on 41 catches to 19per on 67. you could see it as the season went on Look at the Pitt game they tried to use him like Velus there he had 11 catches for 73 yards. Then by the Bama game they figured out bombs were his thing. He is not gonna be someone you throw slants he is a top of the route tree guy period. 5-9 is his thing he aint running 1-4 and crossers unless its a decoy. He'd get jammed and murdered.