1.  
WR  FA
Rec
69
Rec Yds
947
Rec TD
7
Rec Avg
13.7
Rush Att
0
Rush Yds
0
Rush TD
0
Rush Avg
0.0
Coming off a monstrous year at LSU — 126-84-1,780-20 — with 21.2 YPC and 14.1 YPT, Chase might actually have boosted his stock at his Pro Day with a 4.38 40, 41-inch vertical and 11-foot broad jump. Essentially, the draft’s most productive and explosive receiver also tested out as one of its most athletic. At 6-0, 201, Chase has only average size, but he’s bigger and heavier than most downfield burners. He’s expected to be a top-10 pick and should be prominently featured by whatever team winds up drafting him.
2.  
RB  FA
Rush Att
190
Rush Yds
889
Rush TD
9
Rush Avg
4.7
Rec
41
Rec Yds
423
Rec TD
1
Rec Avg
10.3
There's very little not to like about Etienne. An explosive runner with sprinter speed in the open field, the Clemson product routinely made college defenders look like young children chasing after their older brother, as he scampered past, around and through whoever was in his path. He showed great patience and vision in waiting for holes to develop before bursting through them, and his power and agility in traffic created big plays even when he seemed to be bottled up, drawing comparisons to Alvin Kamara in the process. Etienne developed into a capable receiver, and he even showed both ability and enthusiasm as a pass protector, a rarity for most backs coming out of college. If there's one potential cause for concern, it's the combination of a big college workload for the ACC's all-time leading rusher, an upright running style, and a willingness to run through contact rather than avoid it. That's a recipe for injuries in the NFL as he deals with bigger, stronger and faster tacklers. As long as he's healthy though, there's little reason to think he won't make an immediate impact in the pros, and he remains the favorite to be the first running back off the board in the 2021 draft.
3.  
QB  FA
Pass Att
566
Pass Yds
4122
Pass TD
32
Pass Int
10
YPA
7.3
Rush Att
39
Rush Yds
208
Rush TD
2
Rush Avg
5.3
4.  
WR  FA
Rec
55
Rec Yds
789
Rec TD
5
Rec Avg
14.3
Rush Att
0
Rush Yds
0
Rush TD
0
Rush Avg
0.0
5.  
WR  FA
Rec
68
Rec Yds
931
Rec TD
7
Rec Avg
13.7
Rush Att
0
Rush Yds
0
Rush TD
0
Rush Avg
0.0
Smith annihilated defenses last year for Alabama with an absurd 147-117-1,856-23 line, averaging 15.9 YPC and 12.6 YPT and winning the Heisman Trophy. He skipped the school’s Pro Day due to a thumb injury, so we don’t have an official 40 time, but apparently he ran a 4.49 in high school, fast but not elite. At 6-1, 175, Smith is slightly built for a receiver, something that could be an issue in the pros with more physical corners and coverage schemes. Nonetheless, he projects as a first round pick and should be featured prominently by the team that drafts him out of the gate.
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