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Pos Rnk Player Pl Rnk School Yr Ht Wt Rd
1
Courtland Sutton WO36
xx
SMU Soph 6030 218 1

USA Today - Decided to return to SMU this season, and wasted no time in proving why he’s firmly in the conversation to be the first receiver selected in 2018. Recently wrapped up his final (college) campaign by topping 1,000 receiving yards for the second season in a row. Questions regarding the level of competition he faced while he dominated the opposition in the AAC will be a topic of conversation this Spring. A good showing from Sutton at this year’s Senior Bowl would go a long way in debunking those concerns. Sutton has all the physical tools to become the focal point of an NFL passing attack at the next level.

Lindy's - Combination of size athleticism and ball skills...enough build-up speed to be a vertical threat....Lacks elite suddenness...Can be too physical. Comp: Art Monk.

PFW - Great size and length...Very good athlete - smooth with speed...very large catch-radius...hand snatcher...strong after catch...not a burner...consistently gets YAC yards...Comp: Alshon Jeffreys

Combine Forty: 4.54

Kee.Ten:...BP: ...VJ: 32.5...BJ: ...20S: ...60S: ...3C:...Arm: 30.4...Hnd: 9.4

4
James Washington WO39
xx
Oklahoma St Sr 5110 213 1

USA Today - A big-play machine who can score every time he touches the ball, Washington has been one of the nation’s most productive pass-catchers over the past three seasons....Favorite target of fellow top prospect Mason Rudolph...Has averaged more than 20 yards per catch over that three-year stretch, topping 1,000 yards and double-digit touchdowns receiving each season....Smooth route-runner with reliable hands...can beat defenses over the top or after the catch...solid frame allows him to work through contact and win contested catches. At worst, he’s a high-end No. 2 receiver at the next level, with a limitless ceiling.

Lindy's - College program has produced three first round WR's...Short, stocky (Looks more like a RB)...Suction hands...Impressive football character and ball skills...Elite production...did not miss a game all last season...Tends to drift into his breaks...Minimal ST experience....

PFW - Legitimate deep threat...Unusually long arms...extremely large catch-radius...excellent & consistent after the catch..superb body control...runs only 3 or 4 kinds of routes...Lined up mainly from the right side...built like a RB....Comp: Sammy Watkins...

Combine Forty: 4.54

Twenty: ...Ten:...BP: ...VJ: 37.0...BJ: ...20S: ...60S: ...3C: ...Arm: 31.5...Hnd: 8.75

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Marcell Ateman WO01
xx
Oklahoma St Sr 6040 216 1

USA Today - Playing in James Washington’s shadow, Ateman proved himself to be a top prospect in his own right with his impressive combination of size, physicality and athleticism...Put up huge numbers as a senior (59 receptions, 1,156 yards, eight touchdowns)....More than just a big-bodied possession receiver, Ateman’s big-play ability is evidenced by his 19.6 yards-per-catch average in 2017. He puts his massive frame to good use in the red zone and over the middle, and his ability to break tackles make him a threat to pick up big yards after the catch.

Lindy's - Ranks #19....Lacks ideal suddenness out of breaks and straight line speed to be a good fit everywhere...Solid Senior Bowl week...At his best winning jump ball battles...One speed runner who may struggle to gain separation...Doesn't gain maximum advantage of height, leaping ablity and height.

PFW - Athletic big play receiver but not a burner...Workout performances will be important...Size and length give him and advantage over DB's...Plays faster than he times...Wins most jump ball battles...Adjusts to ball well...acrobatic catches...consistent big play threat...had limited route tree in college...Medical (broken bone in foot)....

Combine Forty: 4.62

..VJ: 32.5...BJ: ...20S: ...60S: ...3C: ...Arm: 328...Hnd: 10.5

16+
Anthony Miller .. WO23
xx
Memphis Sr 5110 201 x

USA Today - On paper, Miller might look undersized, but his leaping ability, ball skills, competitiveness and intelligence make him more effective than many taller, thicker receivers. He’s a smooth route-runner who, at worst, should be a high-end No. 2 target at the next level, with the upside to develop into a team’s top option in the passing game. A former walk-on who...will leave Memphis as the program’s all-time leading receiver after a fantastic career. One of the most productive pass-catchers in all of college football ....Miller averaged over 95 receptions, 1,400 yards and 16 touchdown catches over the past two seasons.

Lindy's - Doesn't look like much physically but can win in several ways: crafty route runner...large strike-zone...sudden feet...loose body control...spatial instincts...one of the best catch 'n go creators in this draft...Self confident/bets on himself...but ordinary height, build, length and explosion.

PFW - Productive...Can defeat the jam and get open vs. man or zone coverage...Very good hands/can make the tough catch...Tracks the ball well...excellent RAC skills...Runs only about 4 routes...

Combine Forty: NA

...Ten:...BP: ...VJ: ...BJ: ...20S: ...60S: ...3C: ...Arm: 33.0...Hnd: 9.1

2
Calvin Ridley ..WO31
xx
Alabama Jr 6000 189 x

USA Today - Alabama’s run-heavy attack has a history of hiding explosive playmakers in the passing game...Ridley is next in line. A sharp route-runner with dangerous deep speed, Ridley is a constant threat to beat defenses over the top, or after the catch. Detractors will point to the fact that Ridley will turn 24 years old as an NFL rookie, but he’s got enough polish and experience to make an immediate impact at the next level. ...could quickly become an impact player and a legitimate No. 1 target.

Lindy's Ranks #1 WR - Natural hands catcher with reliable ball skills...Dynamic and detailed route runner with reliable ball skills...finds his top speed quickly...Limited by inconsistent QB...Not a power finisher...lack of body strength a hurdle...Struggled with college playbook...Loves playing.

PFW - Ranks #1 - Plays in a pro-style offense...Ran full route-tree...Soft hands...can make tough catch...adjusts to ball well...will need to add a little bulk...more advanced than many spread-receivers...

Combine Forty: 4.43

..BP: ...VJ: ...BJ: ...20S: ...60S: ...3C: Arm: 30.6...Hnd: 9.0

6
Michael Gallup..WO12
xx
Colorado St Sr 6010 205 x

USA Today - A strong, well-built pass-catcher with a solid frame, Gallup uses his physicality to outmuscle defenders for contested catches, as well as break tackles after the catch. May not have the elite physical traits of some of this year’s other top receiver prospects, but he’s a well-rounded player who should make an immediate impact at the next level....

Lindy's - Production speaks for itself as does his well-developed frame....Ready to plug and play as a flanker...Fluid accellerator...Number of double-clutch catches...Must learn to look ball in before looking to elude defenders...

PFW - Good size and strength for position...Some trouble with physical CB's...Limited route tree...not a real burner but knows how to get open vs. man or zone...can catch the ball cleanly and tuck it away.....

Combine Forty: 4.51

.BJ: ...20S: ...60S: ...3C: ...Arm: 32.6... Hnd: 9.9

16+
Auden Tate..WO37
xx
Florida St Jr 6050 228 x

USA Today - If you’re looking for a sleeper prospect at wide receiver...Tate is a fantastic candidate. With a rare combination of size and athleticism, Tate has the physical tools to be a dominant pass-catcher at the next level, especially in the red zone.Despite dealing with injuries and a young, struggling quarterback, Tate hauled in 10 touchdown catches in 2017, averaging a score every four receptions. He’s still plenty raw, but his flashes of brilliance are proof of what he’ll be capable of in the NFL.

Lindy's - Ranks #21 - Classic boom or bust WR...Much heralded entering FSU but generated minimal production...Still incredibly raw as a route-runner...blocking needs improvement...high % of drops...

PFW - Pairs excellent size, length and hands to create a very large catch-radius...He'll cpmpete for the ball in traffic...solid red zone weapon...Medical (shoulder)....concentration lapses - will drop a few catchable balls...Willingness to block...workout will be very important...could be switched to a "move" TE.

Combine Forty: 4.68

Ten:...BP: ...VJ: ...BJ: ...20S: ...60S: ...3C:

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Deontay Burnett..WO13
xx
USC Jr 6000 186 x

USA Today - One of the youngest players in this year’s class (and) bursting with potential after a breakout campaign in 2017...Topped 100 yards five times as a junior / huge performance in the Cotton Bowl against Ohio State....The biggest concern with Burnett will be his size, as he’ll need to add some quality bulk to his lean frame....If he can do that and still retain his fluidity and explosiveness, he could end up being a huge steal.

Lindy's - Production increased each year in college...Has quicks and hands to excel in slot...wins with excellent quickness...Very good route runner...lacks ideal size (slender)...

PFW - Productive speed receiver...Strong points are speed and production...Fluid and athletic...Makes very tough catches...Very lean frame...Can stretch the field...

Combine Forty: NA

Twenty: ...Ten:...BP: 14...VJ: 35.5...BJ: ...20S: 4.34...60S: ...3C: 6.94...Arm: 32.6...Hnd: 9.25

8
Jaleel Scott..WO33
xx
NM St Sr 6050 218 x

USA Today - Level of competition is likely to be questioned, but his two best performances in 2017 came against the only two Power 5 opponents he faced. A strong showing at the Senior Bowl could have him flying up the draft board, but a deep receiver class should still make him one of this year’s best mid-round bargains./Scott shouldn’t be flying under the radar much longer. His massive frame immediately stands out...More than just a big target; he’s a smooth pass-catcher with the physical tools to be a dangerous weapon at the next level....

Lindy's - "One year wonder?"....Intriguing blend of height, length and athleticism to out-rebound defenders...must get stronger to be more than just a jump ball weapon in the pros...Tall lanky target with exceptional athleticism, leaping ability and acrobatic ball skills...But underpowered and out-physicalled...Lacks suddenness...inconsistent...body catcher...Comp: Allen Robinson.

PFW - "As much upside as any receiver in the draft."...Rare size for a WR...Great leaping skills cause matchup problems...But raw route runner...Excellent ball tracking skills...tough to cover...Strong Senior Bowl and Combine effort could cause his stock to skyrocket...

Combine Forty: 4.56

Twenty: ...Ten:...BP: 12...VJ: 31.5...BJ: ...20S: 4.46...60S: ...3C: 6.93...Arm: 31.9...Hnd: 9.25

5
Tre'Quan Smith..WO34
xx
UCF Jr 6020 203 x

Lindy's - ADidn't play organized football til his junior year in HS...well-built/plays bigger than his measurables...requires some route refinement...Not slow but lacks elite speed...Power strider with the ball skills to make plays at all levels of the field...High character individual.

PFW - Ranks #5 - Good size for position...long arms...good release to defeat jam...Tracks ball well...separation skills...very good RAC skills...Physical and productive (plays bigger than size)...Kimited route-tree.

Combine Forty: 4.49

..Twenty: ...Ten:...BP: 15...VJ: 36.5...BJ: ...20S: 4.01...60S: ...3C: 6.79...Arm: 32.5...Hnd: 9.0

3
Cedrick Wilson ..xx
xx
Boise St Sr 6020 197 x

USA Today - A big-play machine with ideal height and a huge catch radius...Wilson made an immediate impact for the Broncos, averaging nearly 19 yards per catch and hauling in 17 touchdowns over his two seasons at the FBS level....A lean but smooth pass-catcher who knows how to maximize his strengths, he has all the tools to make an instant splash in the right situation at the next level. The depth of this year’s class could make him a huge value pick in the later rounds...

Lindy's - Good blood-lines (Cedric Senior)...One of the better vertical threats this draft year, but won't fool anyone with his current route tree...Naturl pass catcher with outstanding tracking skills...Comfortable snatching away from the numbers...Experienced PR and KR...Limited make-you-miss ability...Ball seems to get to him too quickly (resulting in double catches and drops)...

PFW - Tall with length...Fun to watch on tape...Productive...Good runner after catch...Very good leaping skills...Lean frame...Good hands...plucks the ball...can turn short pass into a long gain....Has returned punts and KO's...

Combine Forty: 4.55

Twenty: ...Ten:...BP: ...VJ: 31.9...BJ: ...20S: 4.08...60S: ...3C: 6.75...Arm: 31.5...Hnd: 9.5

7
Deon Cain..WO04
xx
Clemson Jr 6020 202 x

USA Today - If you’re looking for gaudy production, Cain’s not likely to move the needle much for you. But don’t make the mistake of looking at the box score...His combination of size and athleticism will make him a big-play threat, with No. 1 upside and a chance to easily outperform his college numbers....

Lindy's - Elite speed, size and TD-production...Clemson = "Receiver U"...Not as big as Clemson receiver prototype but has lightning quicks and accelleration...Different level of athlete/has rocket boosters for legs...Explosive out of breaks, tracks ball over shoulder to be a legit deep threat...No KR or PR experience.

PFW - NA

Combine Forty: 4.43

...Twenty: ...Ten:...BP: 19...VJ: 36.0...BJ: ...20S: 4.00...60S: ...3C: 7.01...Arm: ...Hnd:

9
DJ Moore..WO25
xx
Maryland Jr 6000 210 x

USA Tody - You can call Moore many things, but “undersized” isn’t one of them. Despite being listed south of six feet tall, Moore’s rock-solid frame makes him one of the more physical pass-catchers in this class. When combined with his speed and vision, Moore’s frame makes him extremely hard to bring down after the catch......Moore was an explosive weapon for the Terps...A threat to score every time he touches the ball.

Lindy's - Obvious size limitations suggest his destination is as a slot guy in the pros...Body catches too frequently leading to some ugly drops on tape...Experienced KR and PR...

PFW - Strong and productive...good hands...very good RAC runner. know how to use moves to his benefit...lacks great deep speed...looks more like a RTB than WR...Difficult to evaluate because he played with horrible QB's...Workout will be critical because WR is a stopwatch position.

Combine Forty: 4.42

Twenty: ...Ten:...BP: 13...VJ: 31.0...BJ: ...20S: 4.49...60S: ...3C: 7.19...Arm: 31.4...Hnd: 9.5

10
Christian Kirk..WO17
xx
Texas A&M Jr 5100 201 x

USA Today - He may be on the shorter side, but there’s nothing “undersized” about Kirk’s game. He’s got a strong, solid frame, which makes him extremely difficult to bring down after the catch. Even if he never becomes a No. 1 receiver at the next level, he’ll be a big-play threat on offense and special teams from Day 1.... Kirk has been a constant headache for opponents as both a pass-catcher and a return specialist. A consistent, reliable source of production for the Aggies...

Lindy's - Ranks #2 - Immediate threat out of the slot...Controls his throttle into cuts (ran away from Micah Fitzpatrick)...But shorter than ideal and not an established deep threat...Professional demeanor/commits the extra time between games...Comp: Tim Brown.

PFW - Ranks #6 - Terrific hands...Very quick in and out of cuts...Strong and explosive...Consistent big play threat...But height is marginal for position...Arms are a bit short...Limited route tree in college...Can be top return man on most NFL squads..,Won't get past the 2nd round....

Combine Forty: 4.47

Twenty: ...Ten:...BP: 13...VJ: 36.0...BJ: ...20S: 4.35 ...60S: ...3C: 7.18...Arm: 31.4...Hnd: 9.1

11
Trey Quinn..WO30
xx
SMU Sr 5110 203 x

Lindy's - Baseball and track standout...Thick frame...Pro caliber build, sneaky athleticism and "sticky hands."...Elite body control...looks to inflict RAC damage...Marginal route runner/Lacks straight line speed.

PFW - Great hand-snatcher...Very quick...competes for ball in traffic...can return punts...not a burner but quoick in and out of cuts...

Combine Forty: 4.55

...Twenty: ...Ten:...BP: 11...VJ: 39.5...BJ: ...20S: 4.26...60S: ...3C: 7.19 ...Arm: 31.1...Hnd: 9.0

12
Dante Pettis..WO27
xx
Washington Sr 6000 186 xx

Gollin - Like size/speed ratio.

USA Today - One of the best return specialists in college football history...Deep receiver class could push him down the board, but he should make a significant impact from Day 1, wherever he lands. ...A quick-twitch athlete with a knack for stretching the field...one of the most explosive receivers in this year’s draft. A crisp route runner with the ability to change direction effortlessly, Pettis suffered from bad quarterback play for the majority of his college career.

Lindy's - Lacks imposing frame (wiry, athletic, slight build, lacking core strength)...Quickness may be best trait....Elite stop-start and COD skills......Comp: Nelson Agholor...

PFW - Ranks #4 - Lean frame...Can separate vs. man and zone...Has upside but needs development...Excellent punt returner...

Combine Forty: NA

...Twenty: ...Ten:...BP: 11...VJ: 31.0...BJ: ...20S: 4.39...60S: ...3C: 7.00...30.75...Hnd: 9.0

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Jordan Lasley..WO19
xx
UCLA Jr 6010 203 xx

Lindy's - Exciting potential marred by off-field issues.

PFW - NA

Combine Forty: 4.50

...Twenty: ...Ten:...BP: 13...VJ: 37.0...BJ: ...20S: ...60S: ...3C:

16+
Cam Phillips..WO28
xx
Va Tech Sr 6000 201 xx

PFW - Good size and very good hands, but not quick, fast or sudden...limited RTAC skills...at his best vs. zone.

Combine Forty: NA

...Ten:...BP: 11...VJ: 32.0...BJ: ...20S: 4.00...60S: ...3C: 6.77...Arm: 30.75...Hnd: 8.9

14
DaeSean Hamilton..WO14
xx
Penn St Sr 6010 203 xx

USA Today - It’s rare that players with Hamilton’s physical tools and production for a big-time program fly under the radar, but that appears to be the case...Despite being a reliable presence throughout his career in Happy Valley, a strong showing at the Shrine Game practices finally has many taking notice ...With a solid frame and an impressive blend of athleticism, ball skills and physicality, Hamilton is a well-rounded prospect who...could be one of this year’s best values in a deep receiver class.

Lindy's - Physical to ball with natural ball tracking aqnd judgment skills...Ordinary physical traits/lacks an explosive second gear...Comp: Doug Baldwin...

PFW - Chain-mover...Very good knack for finding openings in zone...strong hands...tracks ball well..competes in traffic...Good East-West Shrine week...Lacks deep speed...may not have quick-twitch ability to separate vs, NFL DB's...but will never be a big play threat.

Combine Forty: NA

...Twenty: ...Ten:...BP: 13...VJ: 31.5...BJ: ...20S: 4.46...60S: ...3C: 6.77...Arm: 32.4...Hnd: 10.9

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Jake Weinke..WO42
xx
South Dakota St -- 6040E 215E xx

Lindy's - X guy who was no burner but had clear chemistry with his QB...."Lived in the end zone" (with a TD every 4.9 receptions)...Draftable skill set with route savvy and intangibles...Willing to sacrifice himself over the middle...slow-twitch mover with pedestrian speed.

PFW - Productive vs. lower level of competition...Very good hands...very large catch-radius...Wins jump ball battles...VG vs.zone...Lacks great speed and is neither sudden or explosive...

Combine Forty: NA

..Ten:...BP: 13...VJ: 33.0...BJ: ...20S: 4.01...60S: ...3C: 6.74...Arm: 28.75...Hnd: 8.25

16+
Jester Weah..WO40
xx
Pitt Sr 6020 211 xx

PFW - Excellent size, speed and athleticisim...Large catch-radius...VG hands...runs well for a big fella...big play receiver who is adept at exploiting mismatches...average long speed...not as good a blocker as he should be...drew a lot of double-coverage...Late bloomer who is still developing.

Combine Forty: 4.43

Bnty: ...Ten:...BP: 14...VJ: 31.0...BJ: ...20S: 4.32...60S: ...3C: 6.95...Arm: 32.0...Hnd: 9.1

16+
Darren Carrington..WO07
xx
Utah Sr 6020 199 xx

Lindy's - Combine invitee....has raw skills teams can develop...

PFW - Tall and longf...Smooth route-runner...large catch-radius...good runner after the catch...DUI charge following a failed drug test caused dismissal from Oregon but he's made the most of his second chance...not a speedster...not much of a bocker...not that physical.

Combine Forty: NA

Twenty: ...Ten:...BP: ...VJ: 36.0 ...BJ: ...20S: ...60S: ...3C: ...Arm: 33.5...Hnd: 9.5

16+
Hunter Renfrow..xx
xx
Clemson Jr 5110E 180E xx

PFW - NA

Combine Forty: NA

:...BP: ...VJ: ...BJ: ...20S: ...60S: ...3C: ...

16+
Equanimious St Brown..xx
xx
Notre Dame xx 6050 214 xx

USA Today - Another promising pass-catcher whose potential far outweighs his college stats...tall, lean target who will be an NFL quarterback’s dream, both down the field and in the red zone. Impressive combination of height and catch radius will make it extremely difficult for opposing defenders to beat him to the ball....Still just scratching the surface of his potential...upside is through the roof/he’ll only get better with some added bulk. If (so), he could develop into one of the best playmakers to come out of this year’s deep receiver class....

Lindy's - Lean long and rangy...needs to develop polish and play strength...vertical speed and athletic profile make him a threat at al three levels...Easy accelleration into routes...has proverbial second gear...confident and worldly personality...lacks ideal bulk...not a tackle breaker...

PFW - Excellent size and length...Smooth...runs well..can make difficult assignments look easy...good hands...gets in and out of cuts quickly...But an underachiever who looks uncompetitive (won't go out of his way to make a block)...Lacks toughness...Some instances of dropsy.

Combine Forty: 4.48

...BP: ...VJ: 30.5...BJ: ...20S: 4.55...60S: ...3C: 7.29...Arm: 32.1...Hnd: 9.1

15
Simmie Cobbs Jr..WO09
xx
Indiana xx 6030 220 xx

USA Today - With a big, solid frame that he puts to good use, Cobbs is a nightmare for opposing corners, especially in the red zone. He’s fast enough to challenge defenders down the field and after the catch, and his physical style of play makes him a frustrating matchup. One of many talented pass-catchers who could be great value picks in the middle rounds this year....Cobbs made a huge splash with his performance in the season opener against Ohio State. Though he put up solid numbers over the past two seasons, Cobbs’ production doesn’t even begin to tell the story of how good he can be at the next level.

Lindy's - Ranks #8 - Intriguing combo of size, ball-skills and production...ideally would be paired with a speedier option...hand size translates to a number of one-handed grabs...does not consistently explode out of breaks...Medical red flag (ankle)

PFW - Tall, long and athletic possession receiver...Excellent size and length...strong frame...very good hands (can make one-handers)...not a burner...

Combine Forty: 4.64

...BP: 13...VJ: 33.5...BJ: ...20S: 4.21...60S: ...3C: 6.57...Arm: 32.6...Hnd: 9.25

13
DJ Chark..WO08
xx
LSU xx 6030 199 xx

USA Today - With the run-heavy offensive system and muddy quarterback situation in Baton Rouge, it’s hard for athletic, explosive pass-catchers like Chark to maximize their talent. (Still), Chark was able to flash his big-play ability, averaging nearly 18 yards per catch in 2016, then following it up with a staggering 21.9 this season....arguably the biggest winner in the Senior Bowl game...It’s safe to say he’ll have a much bigger impact at the next level than he had for the Bayou Bengals....After a solid week of practice in Mobile, Chark was arguably the biggest winner in the Senior Bowl game, showcasing his game-breaking ability with multiple big plays. It’s safe to say he’ll have a much bigger impact at the next level than he had for the Bayou Bengals...

Lindy's - Ranks #5 - Victim of erratic Tiger passing game but changed minds at the Senior Bowl...Lacks polish but offers immediate big play potential...draft arrow pointing up...Combines tantalizing height and straight line speed... Impressive hand-eye coordination, body control and awareness...strong, active hands, long arms, flexibility and excellent hand strength gives QB's elite catch-radius target...

PFW - Fast, explosive, big play threat...Productive PR...Greatest attribute is speed...Best catches are over-the-shoulder variety...Too many body-catches...Very small catch-radius...Will have to get stronger in upper body...can't yet trust his hands...

Combine Forty: 4.34

.BJ: ...20S: 4.13...60S: ...3C: 6.83...Arm: 31.5...Hnd: 9.4

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Korey Robertson..WO32
xx
So. Miss xx 6010 212 xx

USA Today - Despite being one of the more well-rounded prospects in this year’s receiver class, Robertson is still flying under the radar. With ideal size, a solid frame and a complete skill set, Robertson is an early favorite to be one of this year’s best bargains in a fairly deep group of pass-catchers.. A big-play threat over the top or after the catch, Robertson topped 100 yards five times this season, with four multi-touchdown games. He’s a versatile prospect who should make an immediate impact in any offense, regardless of his draft slot.

PFW - NA

Combine Forty: 4.56

..BP: 10...VJ: 35.0...BJ: ...20S: 4.28...60S: ...3C: 6.99... Arm: 31.25..Hnd: 9.25

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