Albert Okwuegbunam - Missouri

Height/Weight - 6'5/258/Hands-10.25"

Age/Birthday - 21 Years Old, (April 25, 1998)

Combine Results - 40-4.49, Vert-", Broad-"

Class - RS Junior

Conference - SEC East

NFL Draft Projection - Round 2-3

College Stats -

2019 - Receiving: 26/306/11.8/6

2018 - Receiving: 43/466/10.8/6

2017 - Receiving: 29/415/14.3/11

NFL Player Comparison - Mark Andrews, Dallas Goedert

Current ADP - 4:05 (Rookie Drafts), 227.17 (Start Ups)

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Player Notes Pros

  • Massive frame & huge reach are able to absorb the ball out of the air 

  • Strong hands enables him to pluck it cleanly in traffic or condensed areas

  • Lots of his success came off of pop passes, RPO's, and as the underneath option

  • Sells the defense as if he’s blocking, before leaking out over the middle of the field

  • He shows good overall athleticism and great versatility for the TE position

  • Asset in the run game, due to his willingness to come off the ball & engage physically

  • He shows good top end speed when running seams and other deep routes

  • Great natural hands, rarely allows the ball into his frame, good tracking ability

  • Physical freak with monster size, based on his traits alone looks like a top prospect

  • Possesses the speed and catch point skill set to be a dominant receiver over the middle

  • Catch radius is insane, doesn’t allow many passes to get outside his reach

  • Play strength is evident in contested catch situations, nicely boxes out smaller defenders

  • Shows the strength and tools to be a productive in-line blocker at the next level

Player Notes Cons


  • Not an overly twitchy type of runner & body movements can seem somewhat labored

  • Defeating man coverage & consistently creating separation in the open field is an issue

  • Bad tendency of attacking the mid-line of defenders, results in unnecessary collisions

  • Understanding of angles & how to attack matchups is an area that needs improvement

  • He has missed some significant time due to injury which impacted his development

  • Lack of urgency or energy in his game, thinks he can win solely off of physical gifts