|Draft Stock:||Late 1st/Early 2nd; tier two WR|
One of the most explosive receivers in all of college football, Odell Beckham Jr. is the type of player with the potential to turn any touch into a touchdown.
Beckham possesses a fantastic blend of speed, agility, hands, and leaping ability rarely found from a collegiate prospect. Beckham does most of his work after the catch, breaking tackles, making defenders miss and running away from the defense. Additionally, Beckham displays a very polished and diverse game; he runs crisp routes, he high points the football, and proved to be one of the best return men in the country this season.
The biggest issue with Beckham is his lack of size. Standing at roughly 5'11” 195 lbs., Beckham must gain some more weight in order to be a viable threat at the next level. Particularly in Beckham’s lower body, his lack of strength shows up on tape when corners press him at the line.
Fortunately, most of Beckham’s flaws tend to be related to his slender build. If a team can get him up into the 200 range, this kid could be a monster at the next level. Beckham is a likely late first round pick to a team like K.C, Cleveland or Carolina.