Lynn Bowden - Kentucky

Height/Weight - 6'1/199

Age/Birthday - 22 Years Old, (October 14, 1997)

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

Class - Junior

Conference - SEC East

NFL Draft Projection - Round 6

College Stats -

2019 - Receiving: 30/348/11.6/1             

2019 - Rushing: 185/1468/7.9/13

2018 - Receiving: 67/745/11.1/5             

2018 - Rushing: 9/25/2.8/0

2017 - Receiving: 17/210/12.4/0             

2017 - Rushing: 12/37/3.1/0

NFL Player Comparison - Cordarrelle Patterson, Curtis Samuel, Randall Cobb

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

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Player Notes Pros

  • One of the top athletes in the country, explosiveness, & versatility is off the charts

  • Played quarterback, defensive back, punt/kick return in high school, and thrived

  • Though he can play nearly every position on the field, does his best work in the slot

  • He has explosive hips and quick feet, which are a deadly combo for changing direction

  • Incredible at creating separation between himself and defenders around him

  • He's very smart in where to settle down in between zone coverages to remain open

  • Natural play maker who one of the most underrated prospect in this draft class

  • He's not small, nor lean and shows great toughness, so there is plenty of upside here

  • Has the fluidity & slipperiness to slide through the hole, very good contact balance

  • Smooth accelerator that is fully capable of blowing past longer, heavy footed corners

  • Excellent win rate once he's into space he is great, very difficult to bring down

  • Going to have to get more savvy to defeat tight coverages & shake into the open field

  • Got plenty of speed to burn, built dense & can take heavy hits & bounce back up

  • Initial quickness & sudden agility are where he's going to make defenders look foolish

  • His foot speed and play strength indicate there's enough here to really build off of

  • Naturally strings open field moves together, can dart through crease with a dynamic cut


Player Notes Cons


  • Will need some focus on finer points of routes in order to become consistent separator

  • Has what I call Jabrill Peppers syndrome good at many positions great at none

  • Needs to add more crispness to release versus press coverage & firmness to  his breaks

  • Made the switch to be the starting signal caller, didn't help his development as a WR

  • Needs to become more precise in his movements to get the most of his explosiveness