Kirk Cousins' teammate, B.J. Cunningham, is also watching his draft stock rise.
He isn't the most athletic wide receiver prospect, as he lacks top-end speed that you would like to see from a 6'1", 209-pound receiver. However, he does make up for it with above-average route running and great hands.
Scouts took notice of Cunningham during the East-West Shrine game practices.
Here's what Tony Pauline said about Cunningham:
Cunningham looked polished today and was the top receiver in the morning practice. He displayed reliable hands, easily making the underneath reception, while also contorting to make acrobatic grabs down field. Cunningham's route-running was also much better than anticipated. He lacks classic foot speed and does not display a deep burst, but showed enough skill to cause NFL decision-makers to believe he'll be a solid third receiver.
He also caught a 17-yard touchdown pass in the East-West Shrine game, so that certainly didn't hurt his stock.