BLACKSBURG VA - SEPTEMBER 18: Defensive end J.R. Collins #42 and cornerback Kyle Fuller #17 of the Virginia Tech Hokies tackle wide receiver Dwayne Harris #17 of the East Carolina Pirates at Lane Stadium on September 18 2010 in Blacksburg Virginia. (Photo by Geoff Burke/Getty Images)
PROS: Very good and reliable hands, doesn’t drop very many passes. Was a clutch player on ECU and often the target on third downs. Very good route runner who works the middle of the football field. Elusive in the open field and offers a lot with yards after the catch and as a kick returner. Has experience as the "quarterback" in a "wildcat" offensive formation. Smart player who knows how to get open and squat in zones.
CONS: Timed faster than most expected at the NFL Combine, but isn’t necessarily fast. More of a possession receiver who will do his damage in the 10-yard route range. Isn’t a great leaper. Might be limited to the slot due to his lack of height. Pick up a lot of his yardage after the catch. Measurables leave a lot to be desired, but he's just one of those players who moves the chains and produces.