Nelson Agholor Scouting Report

Nelson Agholor WR USC #15
Ht: 6’0″
Wt: 185


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Overview: Agholor benefitted from Marqise Lee’s presence as a sophomore, so we’ll see how he handles the duties of a No. 1 receiver in 2014. He’s a smooth athlete with the speed to stretch the field, but he lacks the elite explosive athleticism to be a truly dangerous weapon. His ceiling is probably as a Santonio Holmes-type receiver—a low-level No. 1 or quality No. 2.

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Tyler Lockett Scouting Report

Tyler Lockett WR Kansas State #16
Ht: 5’10”
Wt: 175


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Overview: Lockett has the speed and explosive ability after the catch to be a dangerous weapon at the next level. Right now he looks like a complementary piece in the NFL, but if he can refine his route running and prove his ability to contribute on intermediate routes and would become a more well-rounded prospect.

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DeVante Parker Scouting Report

DeVante Parker WR Lousville #9
Ht: 6’3″
Wt: 209


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Overview: Parker plays the receiver position with the same styles as Randy Moss, and while he lacks Moss’ elite breakaway speed there are enough similarities in their game to consider Parker a potential first round prospect. He has the length and quickness in tight spaces to give him a large catch radius, making him difficult for defensive backs to contain even when locked in tight coverage.

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Rashad Greene Scouting Report

Rashad Greene WR Florida State #80
Ht: 6’0″
Wt: 178


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Overview: Greene doesn’t have nearly as much upside as former teammate Kelvin Benjamin, but it was Greene that became Jameis Winston’s most reliable target. If Winston gets it near him, Greene comes down with the catch. He lacks the measurables and isn’t an elite athlete in terms of making plays after the catch but his game has similarities to Odell Beckham. If he continues to elevate his game, Greene could be in the first round mix.

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Stefon Diggs Scouting Report

Stefon Diggs WR Maryland #1
Ht: 6’0″
Wt: 190


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Overview: Diggs is a quick and shifty receiver who may remind some of Brandin Cooks from the 2014 draft class. He doesn’t quite have Cooks’ elite explosive ability but he could play a similar role in an offense. He’ll need to prove he’s fully healed from his broken leg and avoid a third straight season with a significant injury in 2014.

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