—Incredibly productive, consistent player coming out of Oklahoma State.
—Dominated Senior Bowl week with hands and vertical ability.
—Can take the top off a defense despite not having great timed speed (4.54).
—Tracks the ball well and uses his size to box out on 50-50 balls.
—Strong strider who chews up yards going down the field.
—Averaged more than 20 yards per catch in 2017.
—Played in a scheme that created tons of space for him to operate; didn't have to separate on his own.
—Short (5'11"), high-waisted player.
—Dominated very poor competition in the Big 12; surrounded by talent that drew attention from him.
—Doesn't use his stocky build to wall off cornerbacks on comeback routes.
—Route tree is somewhat limited.
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James Washington's production at Oklahoma State and his performance at the Senior Bowl are hard to overlook. He may be limited to a WR2 role (or the slot), but his vertical-push ability and consistent hands make him a very attractive target in the late-second to early-third range.
GRADE: 6.50 (Round 2-3)