Tennessee/6-2, 216 pounds
Smooth outside receiver. Standout in the return game. Very raw. Still learning pro-style offenses. Top half of first round potential. Might be expensive to move up and chase.
Clemson/6-1, 214 pounds
NFL.com compares him to Atlanta’s Roddy White, and that’s a good thing. Explosive in separating from defenders. Hands are an issue. Can he be consistent? Is he going to be big and physical enough at the next level?
California/6-2, 206 pounds
More of a combination inside-outside guy, as opposed to a pure “X.” Pats love versatility, so he could fit into the plan. Not afraid to mix it up down the middle of the field.
Marshall/6-3, 210 pounds
The Herd produced a pretty darn good one in Randy Moss, and Dobson is built along the same lines, albeit without the baggage. Like Moss, he’s shy about mixing it up in the middle, but he can rip it along the edge. Plenty of size and upside.
Baylor/6-2, 208 pounds
Was one dimensional at Baylor, which runs a unsophisticated version of the spread, meaning he’s a bit of a project. But he has off the charts physical skills, that a team like the Patriots, with a Tom Brady, would love to mold.