All very interesting. The thing is with Hopkins, I'm not sure his lack of screens was coincidental. I don't find him all that compelling after the catch.
Yet you have a similar issue with Cordarrelle Patterson. Lack of screen passes in the distribution. It would normally suggest Tennessee didn't trust Cordarrelle much with the ball in his hands after the catch. But even a cursory glance at his tape would show that theory to be silly because he was an absolute nightmare to defend with the ball in his hands.
Just curious, do you have all this on spreadsheets somewhere? What did Cordarrelle Patterson gain on average per attempt on screen passes? I ask because in particular when you're looking to normalize everything with that final graph, the production that you would actually add into Cordarrelle's game would probably be the screen production, since that's really what he's missing.
Unless, is that what you did?