TJ Vasher He signed with the Dallas Cowboys as an undrafted free agent in 2021. The former Texas Tech Red Raider starter spent the season on IR recovering from an injury during his senior year in college. Vasher looks to be a major candidate for the Cowboys in his second year. He’s already turning it around in preseason camp.
Vasher had an up-and-down career with the Red Raiders. In five seasons at Texas Tech, Vasher caught 146 passes for 1,983 yards and 21 touchdowns. He battled injuries and faced coaching changes throughout his college career.
Vasher’s size always gave him great potential, but external factors seemed to hinder his progress in Lubbock. His potential has been recognized within the Cowboys organization and from media outlets.
Vasher’s combination of size and body control can’t be found anywhere else in the Cowboys wide receiver class. If Vasher can take his game to the next level, he could be a star in the NFL.
If Vasher continues to play one-handed like this, he will find the field early and often as the season begins.
Vasher’s progress in camp has him fourth on the Cowboys wide receiver depth chart.
Assuming he can make the final 53-man roster, Vasher will begin his first healthy season in the NFL on Sept. 3 when the Cowboys host the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
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