—Scott Frost offense demanded he impact the run game as a blocker.
—Excellent jump-ball receiver who can win with high-pointing.
—Times his move on the ball well and shows natural athleticism playing above the turf.
—Has the speed to stretch the field and can run off defenders.
—Productive down the field and flashed the ability to pick up chunk plays after the catch.
—Big catch radius but struggles with drops.
—Thin frame allows press coverage to slow him down.
—Frame is maxed out and looks stiff when asked to break off routes.
—Weak through traffic and can be timid at the catch point.
—Frame and catch radius limitations might limit him to a slot role only.
Tre'Quan Smith excelled at UCF with his speed and big-play ability but needs to refine his game as a route-runner and work on using his length to his advantage. He's solid but likely tops out as a mid-round pick.
GRADE: 5.90 (Round 4)
PRO PLAYER COMPARISON: Devin Smith, New York Jets