Doctor wrote:Some mocks have JuJu dropping to the third. That's pure overthinking, imo, but I'd pounce on that so quick. The guy would destroy slot defenders.
I'd take him in the second, honestly. He's an Anquon Boldin clone who as you said, would destroy slot corners.
That probably pushes Hump to number 4, which is fine. And it would make for a great receiving core, where everyone has their own niche. In order.
Evans - Does everything well, can run every route, can win jump balls, excellent red zone threat, can win downfield, demands safety help.
Jackson - A speed machine, best deep threat in the NFL, wildly experienced, will run clear out routes for our team to open up underneath coverage, demands safety help.
JJSS - Very physical, great hands, can win contested catches in traffic and keep the chains moving, underrated after the catch, will help spring larger gains in the run and pass games with his excellent blocking, especially on screens.
Hump - Does most of his damage within ten yards of the LoS, great on screens, great short area quickness, can get a step on the defender on short routes consistently, hard worker, good hands.
The Fifth Guy - Hope you like special teams
Pretty well rounded, I'd say.