Cobi Hamilton has all the tools and intangibles to be an elite wide receiver at the NFL level.
His combination of sizzling speed and imposing size will excite any NFL scout, but his production is college is just as impressive. The former Arkansas star is coming off an incredible season in which he recorded 90 catches, 1,335 yards and five touchdowns.
Hamilton has been an exciting player to watch throughout his college career.
Here are some highlights that will make him one of the most sought-after wide receivers in this year's draft class.
Hamilton had the game of his career against Rutgers earlier this season, as he recorded 10 catches, 303 yards and three touchdowns.
The wideout's historic day began with a long catch-and-run that put Arkansas back in the game.
Hamilton utilized his blazing speed to sneak by a defender on an inside slant route. After being hit by Wilson over the middle, Hamilton exploded down the field for an easy touchdown.
His amazing speed made the touchdown seem almost effortless.
The final of Hamilton's three touchdowns against Rutgers was by far his most impressive.
The 81-yard catch-and-run was set up by Hamilton's great route-running ability and blazing speed, as he is able to beat his defender out of the slot.
Hamilton then makes a terrific running catch and utilizes his phenomenal speed to easily beat the safety and hustle into the end zone for a touchdown.
Hamilton's downfield speed is perhaps most evident on this long touchdown catch against SEC rival Mississippi State.
The 21-year-old simply beats his defender downfield off the snap.
Hamilton then makes a solid over-the-shoulder catch with the opposing cornerback trailing him and walks into the end zone for a big touchdown grab.
Hamilton manages to dodge, dive and ditch multiple tacklers on this huge touchdown grab against Mississippi State.
The 21-year-old out-hustles his defender on this slant on the inside and catches a short pass over the middle with blockers and space around him.
Hamilton then shows impressive on-field awareness and agility, as he evades blockers through quick pivots and good downfield blocking.
Hamilton's big-play ability is evident on this spectacular sideline grab and touchdown run against one of the nation's best defenses, LSU, in 2012.
Hamilton's explosive speed allowed him to beat his man in single coverage easily, and from there, his breakaway speed allowed him to dash to the end zone untouched.
This play perfectly shows the Razorback wide receiver's ability to change the course of a game on one catch.
This terrific downfield catch-and-run might be the best play of Hamilton's college career.
In the winding seconds of a close game with archrival LSU, Hamilton made a great grab over the middle before evading two incoming tacklers and exploding up the field.
The wideout then used a couple of solid blocks and sidestep moves to avoid further tacklers in the red zone, sneaking beyond the pylon to give Arkansas a huge 14-7 halftime lead.