Willie Snead, WR, Ball State

UDFA. Signed by the Browns as a UDFA but was released in August. Was a junior.

Positives: Adequate bulk for the position. Though his hands and body control are generally inconsistent, they looked much more natural and fluid at the Combine. Not easy to bring down. Above-average acceleration. Okay routes. Tracks fairly well over his inside shoulder. Great hand size.

Negatives: Slightly below-average height. Inconsistent hands – can extend well at times, but not reliably. Also has some trouble adjusting for off-target passes. Body catches at times. Below-average concentration and drops some easy ones. Though his routes are adequate, his movement isn’t very subtle, letting CBs detect when he’s going to make a cut. Below-average track speed for the size and the position. Below-average upper body strength. Below-average vertical leap and general lower body explosiveness. Below-average lateral quickness and ability to change directions.

Projection: Doesn’t look like an NFL-caliber receiver. No need to draft.

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