A number of times, you are completely unaware of a prospect until someone clues you in about them. Such is the case here. So, @JSS - Thank you. Now let's get into this.
Dyami was a 4 star athlete coming out of high school in 2017. After a recruitment of many top flite programs, Dyami chose to stay home and attend the University of North Carolina.
He saw the field enough in his freshman season of 2018 to wave good bye to a redshirt season. He had what should be considered a successful season for a true freshman. He was down on the depth chart, as you would expect, but still totaled 173 yards and found the end zone once.
When Dyami returned to Chapel Hill for his sophomore season, two significant changes had taken place that would benefit Dyami greatly. Heralded true freshman Sam Howell had taken over as starting QB, and a change was made at offensive coordinator. Dyami completely blossomed that year- going from 173 yards to almost 1100 yards and cementing his role as the go to receiver in the Tar Heel offense.
With Sam Howell firmly entrenched as the unquestioned starter in 2020, Dyami proved that his breakout season of 2019 was no fluke. 2020 saw him duplicate his 1100 yards receiving with a similar amount of touchdowns. 2020 also proved that the pairing of Howell and Brown was like pairing peanut butter and jelly - it was natural. Maybe Dyami does not possess the sub 4.3 speed, but he has football speed - aka the ability to separate from coverage deep.
One other reason to be excited to see Dyami wearing brown and orange would be his reputation as a fierce blocker. Make no mistake, the passing chunk plays are sexy, but the Browns bread and butter are Chubb and Hunt paving the way on the ground. Watch a few running chunk plays and note how many times that DPJ threw a key block to turn a 5 to 7 yard run into a 20 yard or more run.
Bottom line - as a WR in this offense, if you don't block - you don't play.
Enjoy the videos.