Devin Duvernay - Texas

Height/Weight - 5'11/210

Age/Birthday - 22 Years Old, (September 12, 1997)

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

Class - Senior

Conference - Big 12

NFL Draft Projection - Round 4-5

College Stats -

2019 - Receiving: 106/1386/13.1/9

2018 - Receiving: 41/546/13.3/4

2017 - Receiving: 9/124/13.8/0

2016 - Receiving: 20/412/20.6/3

NFL Player Comparison - Deebo Samuel, Jarvis Landry, Anthony Miller

Current ADP -  (Rookie Drafts),  (Start Ups)

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Player Notes Pros

  • Effective eating up coverage & making slight adjustments to manipulate leverage

  • Explosiveness is great, can manipulate stem to generate advantageous leverage

  • Bowling ball frame with bad intentions. Will lower his shoulder into would be tacklers

  • Regularly withstands the first & often the second contact given a low riding frame

  • Initiates contact nicely with natural leverage as both a blocker & a runner

  • Great big hands, especially for a player of his size, has a quick tuck after the catch

  • Addresses the ball outside of his frame & can make over the shoulder catches well

  • Unique athlete, shorter, thicker frame with a ton of muscle in the trunk and lower half

  • Explosive sprinting athlete with great acceleration but better long speed over distance

  • Elevation ability is excellent, athletic profile should translate nicely at the next level

  • Hard runner who's rarely brought down by the first defender if he faces him head on

  • Has some slipperiness to him in tight spaces, manipulates defenders into glancing blows

  • Large catch radius for a player of his size, does incredibly well in contested situations

Player Notes Cons

 

  • Underdeveloped player, has hip and ankle tightness that lead to a lack of fluidity

  • Struggles on hard-breaking routes to generate separation & plays himself into contact

  • Does not have elite quickness, release moves, or length to win at the catch point

  • Struggles with contact through the catch point & must become better protecting the ball

  • Doesn't do well to position his body relative to defenders & win in jump-ball situations

  • Not nearly as elusive or agile as you'd like to see, & he's accordingly a limited player