Devin Smith, WR, Ohio State
Smith is another receiver with a lot of questions to answer, but, like Dorsett, the guy has incredible speed. The 6-foot-1, 197-pound speedster will be in the competition for the fastest 40-yard dash time and his athleticism should help him in other drills as well.
He caught just 33 balls this season, but turned them into 931 yards and 12 touchdowns. That’s an absolutely silly average of 28.2 yards per catch. Smith doesn’t have great hands and his route running needs to be much better, but he is capable of taking any catch to the end zone, no matter where he hauls it in.
Smith runs the 4 x 100-meter relay and the high jump at Ohio State and it shows on the football field. He’s isn’t just fast, he also has explosive lower-body strength and that should help him in the jumping and agility drills. He could wind up as a first-round pick if he dominates the combine.
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