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NFL Combine - Mxeagle - 02-28-2020 09:48 AM

Quez Watkins, WR, Southern Miss: Watkins made headlines with a 4.35 40, but that's not the primary reason I included him on this list. Effortless movement in drills and smooth hands on catches made him a standout among the first group of receivers. The underclassman entrant did not get much pub while starring in Conference USA the past two seasons. Scouts noted his all-around effort on Thursday, though -- he's likely to have clinched a top-150 spot with his performance and on-field production. The ultimate test for Watkins (and the other receivers listed here) will be trying to get off physical coverage at the next level, something he didn't have to do on Thursday.


RE: NFL Combine - Eagleaidaholic - 02-28-2020 02:27 PM

(02-28-2020 09:48 AM)Mxeagle Wrote:  Quez Watkins, WR, Southern Miss: Watkins made headlines with a 4.35 40, but that's not the primary reason I included him on this list. Effortless movement in drills and smooth hands on catches made him a standout among the first group of receivers. The underclassman entrant did not get much pub while starring in Conference USA the past two seasons. Scouts noted his all-around effort on Thursday, though -- he's likely to have clinched a top-150 spot with his performance and on-field production. The ultimate test for Watkins (and the other receivers listed here) will be trying to get off physical coverage at the next level, something he didn't have to do on Thursday.

I watched it live last night. He looked very good. Effortless speed and did the "Gauntlet" drill flawlessly. Perfect slot guy for the NFL.