|Draft Stock:||2nd/3rd round; tier two WR|
Josh Huff was arguably the most overlooked prospect on Oregon’s offense this year. With Marcus Mariota running the show at quarterback and D’Anthony Thomas stealing the highlights, Huff simply flew under the radar.
Huff is the typical Oregon athlete: speed, speed, and more speed. The difference between Huff and Oregon’s other skill players is his physicality. Huff is only 5’11” 205, but he is a very physical blocker on the edges and will clear any defensive back out of a running lane. In addition, he has tremendous hands and catches anything thrown within range.
Although Huff plays a lot bigger than his size, he is still lacking in the strength department which is why he doesn't break too many tackles. There were a lot of doubts about Huff's route running, but I think he answered those with an stellar week at the Senior Bowl
Considering how well he performed in Mobile, it wouldn't be a shock to see a team snatch him up in round two, but the third round is most likely.