Albert Wilson, WR, Georgia State


Chiefs, UDFA. Seems built for a slot receiver role, and the Chiefs already have several of those. Not sure his future is with this team, but he has enough athleticism to stick somewhere.

All-Star Games: NFLPA Collegiate Bowl.

Positives: Above-average bulk. Built more like a running back. Adequate hand size. Above-average quickness in and out of breaks and uses them to get good separation on short routes. Above-average quickness and burst. Average speed. Above-average acceleration after the catch. Tracks fairly well over his inside shoulder. Above-average track speed for the position, and good for his size. Above-average vertical leap.

Negatives: Short for the position. Though he can accelerate after the catch, he seems a little slow to get off the line. Doesn’t run good deep routes. May have trouble with press coverage. Fairly week upper body.

Projection: No need to draft.

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