Isaiah Hodgins - Oregon State

Height/Weight - 6'4/210/Hands-9.875"

Age/Birthday - 21 Years Old, (October 21, 1998)

Combine Results - 40-4.61, Vert-36.5", Broad-124.0"

Class - Junior

Conference - Pac 12 North

NFL Draft Projection - Round 5-6

College Stats -

2019 - Receiving: 86/1171/13.6/13

2018 - Receiving: 59/876/14.8/5

2017 - Receiving: 31/275/8.9/2

NFL Player Comparison - A.J. Green, Tyrell Williams, Marquez Valdes-Scantling

Current ADP - 3:07 (Rookie Drafts), 214.5 (Start Ups)

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Player Notes Pros

  • Big-framed receiver who knows how to dominate physically with his length

  • Attacks the ball at apex/extension like a vice and can withstand contact in the air

  • Catch radius is elite given concentration, quick adjustments, & strength in his hands

  • Great candidate, for designed contested balls, like back shoulder and goal line fades

  • Has surprising juice for a player of his size, can sink his hips nicely into his breaks

  • Eats up man with a long first step & gets up to top speed with intention, sneaky fast

  • Deceptive in terms of YAC ability, has good contact balance & a competitive approach

  • Displays ability to generate separation off of the line with good understanding coverages

  • Shifty & elusive does very well to sell his fakes on releases and double moves

  • Concentration is great, really impressive catches in traffic by keeping his eye on the ball

  • Will attack zone defenders to manipulate and soften throwing windows for his QB

  • Like how he adjusts his pace to stay, he's silky smooth for a big, long, tall receiver

  • Extension & wingspan is pretty solid provides resistance once he's worked into leverage 

Player Notes Cons


  • Leans into his breaks and does not offer much physicality on vertical routes

  • Rarely saw press coverage and seemed outmatched when he did come up against it

  • Releases and route-building within five yards the biggest question off of current film

  • Not an elite in terms of long speed or quickness, won't have the RAC success in the NFL

  • Releases versus press can be time consuming and prevent efficient stack of receivers