2014 NFL Draft Picks By Team: Buccaneers
This physically-imposing sophomore wreaked havoc across college football as Johnny Manziel's top target for the Aggies. Evans is a big-bodied, possession receiver with an amazing catching radius and basketball background that should make him something special as a red zone specialist in the NFL.
Evans lacks ideal straight line speed and is slow getting off the line. Physical and strong enough to beat press coverage, but simply adequate in his route running. Benefited greatly from finding mismatches in coverage against smaller defenders. Shows really good hand-eye coordination and can go up to get the ball at its highest point. Still growing as a receiver and learning the position's finer points.
Excellent run blocker. Holds the edge well. Shields the ball using his body. Made a lot of contested receptions and can hang onto the ball when going through traffic. Doesn't offer much after the catch, but can break arm tackles. Good body adjustment and seems to use his hands to attack the football out of the air. Reliable receiver with few drops.
Evans projects as first round pick in the 2014 NFL Draft.
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Entering the 2013 season, Seferian-Jenkins was widely considered one of the best TEs in college football. The Huskies eased him into the season and a slow start hurt his final statistics. One thing should be made clear though: ASJ has a bright NFL future ahead of him and should certainly hear his name called by Day 2 of the 2014 NFL Draft.
Seferian-Jenkins has excellent size, length and agility. Runs smooth, crisp routes. Puts great corners on his routes. Excellent hands. Huge target at 6-foot-6 and catches any and everything in his radius. High points the football at a near-elite level. Great leaper. Will wow on-lookers at the NFL combine.
Improved a great deal as a blocker this year. Athletic enough to learn the techniques with no issue. Has sufficient strength to handle defenders while in-line blocking. Washington used him as a blocker quite often in 2013 and that also played a part in his modest receiving totals. Plays best when kept active in the offense early.
ASJ projects as a late-first to second round pick in the 2014 NFL Draft.
FANTASY OUTLOOK: Does a lot of little things well, but unlikely to make fantasy impact as a rookie. Late second to early third round p... [Read More