Antwan Goodley (Baylor) – 5100, 210. Made a diving layout catch over the middle after a poorly thrown, wobbling pass from Bryce Petty. Build like a running back. He still can get off press coverage and has deep vertical speed and a burst to go after the ball. Dropped quite a few passes during the week. Tony Lippett (Michigan State) – 6020, 192. A smooth receiver with deceptive speed and a burst to run by defenders. Runs good routes, but needs to be fine-tuned on the next level. Uses his height and experience as a cornerback to leverage defenders. Good ball skills. Justin Hardy (East Carolina) – 5100, 190. A slot receiver who is athletic, has soft dependable hands, and good ball skills. Adjusts well to thrown ball with flexibility and body control. Shows good run after catch ability. Quick but not explosive in his play. Vince Mayle (Washington State) – 6020, 219. Strong hands to pluck 50/50 balls away from defenders. Uses his size to his advantage to leverage defender. No holdup on release. Shows good quicks for a big receiver. Fluid getting into routes and good feet in and out of breaks. Devin Smith (Ohio State) – 6000, 190. An explosive athlete who needs work running precise routes. A vertical receiver that is fluid, competitive, and tough in a crowd. Good ball skills. Flashes coverage ability on the kickoff team. Ty Montgomery (Stanford) – 6000, 216. A good sized receiver with big hands. Strong, quick, and flexible athlete who is also a top level return specialist. Hands don’t appear soft and natural. Struggles at times on short and intermediate balls. Competes and is tough in a crowd. Jamison Crowder (Duke) – 5080, 174. A slot receiver where he can use his excellent quickness in space to uncover quickly. No holdup on the line with his quick feet and hands. Reads zone coverages well and finds the open areas. Tyler Lockett (Kansas State) – 5100, 181. A small but competitive and explosive slot type receiver. Athletic with quickness, speed, and flexibility. Will give downfield blocking effort. Explosive and elusive after catch and as a return specialist. More of a body catcher than a plucker. Sammie Coates (Auburn) – 6020, 213. A good athlete with explosive speed. Excellent body and size for an NFL receiver with long arms. Dynamic with the ball in his hands and a threat to score after any catch. Does have problems with drops. Donatella Luckett (Harding) – 6000, 206. Was overmatched in practice with inconsistent hands and fringe size. He had several drops during the week. Dezmin Lewis (Central Arkansas) – 6030, 215. An angular receiver with long arms. Good eye/hand coordination and soft hands. Drops pad level down getting in and out of his breaks. Good body control to adjust to an off target pass. Needs work on nuances of route running. Phillip Dorsett (Miami) – 5090, 183. An excellent athlete with explosive quickness and speed. Jet-like takeoff and gets on the defender playing off quickly. Suddenness in his body. Quick feet and hands to get off press. Fluid route runner who is quick in and out of his breaks. Can stretch the secondary. Josh Harper (Fresno State) – 6010, 189. A good route runner who shows quickness on his release. Has good weight distribution on breaks. Reliable hands and adjusts well to a poorly thrown ball. A hand catcher that competes and comes down with the ball in a crowd. Rannell Hall (Central Florida) – 6000, 193. Late addition. A competitor who goes up hard for a contested ball and screens off the defender. Good feet and body control. Question top end speed on vertical routes and ability to separate consistently. Good tools, but is raw as a route runner.
East-West Shrine Game
Andre Davis (South Florida) – 6011, 207. Grabbed three passes for 36 yards in the game and impressed during the week with his route running and athletic ability. Big week after missing 4 games with injury in 2014. Has Sunday type ball skills and ability. Devin Gardner (Michigan) – 6040, 217. Made dramatic improvement during the week transitioning from quarterback to wide receiver. He demonstrated outstanding athletic ability, focus, and hard work in camp. A mature guy who will be a solid developmental draft pick. Deon Long (Maryland) – 6000, 188. Plays with confidence. Quick in and out of his breaks. Physical and competitive on the 50/50 balls. Reliable hands. Lacks elite speed, but can still run by defensive backs. Tre McBride (William & Mary) – 6006, 205. Had an eye opening performance during the week of practice along with two catches in the game. A smooth athlete with a 4.45 verified forty time. Good eye-hand coordination and route footwork. Has soft but strong hands. Keith Mumphrey (Michigan State) – 6001, 211. Looks like a slot guy who can get off the line quickly. Good open field moves with quick and strong hands. Had the dropsies on Wednesday, but came back to catch easily on Thursday. Darren Waller (Georgia Tech) – 6065, 242. Huge target. An angular and long-armed receiver with a wide catching radius. Showed his long deep speed in practice. Not a nifty-footed route runner but flashes a second gear burst vertically at times. Needs route running work. Da’Ron Brown (Northern Illinois) – 6003, 199. Big handed receiver was impressive in practice with his consistent play and plucking the ball during drills at the high point. He had one catch for 5 yards in the game. Ball never hit the ground if he was close to it. Can play inside or outside receiver. Austin Hill (Arizona) – 6023, 210. Started off the week running sharp routes and demonstrated good body control. Has soft and sure hands. A big target with a good catching radius. Aggressive going after the ball. Addison Richards (Regina-Canada) – 6043, 209. Canadian addition. A big-bodied receiver who is a raw route runner and struggled in press coverage during the week. Ezell Ruffin (San Diego State) – 5116, 220. Injured a wrist on Wednesday and did not play in the game. Early in the week he showed his vertical speed and hand strength. Explosive in and out of breaks. Can make the circus catch. Needs work against press coverage. Jordan Taylor (Rice) – 6044, 204. Stood out in drill work during the week with his natural body control and focus catching the ball in a congested area. A red zone mismatch. Catches the ball away from his frame. Kasen Williams (Washington) – 6015, 219. Physically and athletically the best looking wide receiver on either ball club. Pressed early in the week, ran poor routes, and was easily upset when he made a mistake.