Jeffery has the ability to stretch an offense vertically, using big size (6'3", 215 pounds) and sure hands to take over games.
There are slight concerns about Jeffery's weight, as there is a photo of him looking heavy before the 2011 season began, but he was a smooth 215 pounds at the NFL Scouting Combine, and again at the South Carolina pro day.
Jeffery doesn't possess great game-breaking speed, but he's a long strider who can get open using his length, build and vertical to make plays. When the 2012 NFL draft is graded in three years, we believe Jeffery will be the No. 1 wide receiver from this class.
In a last-minute trade, the Chicago Bears swapped picks with the St. Louis Rams to grab arguably the most talented wide receiver in the draft. Of course, there's a reason all that talent slid into the second round—he doesn't possess blinding speed by NFL standards and there are questions swirling about his offseason work ethic after he showed up overweight. The pick is a bit of a gamble, but look out for Chicago if the gamble works.