D.J. Chark, WR, LSU
Chark finished his career at LSU, where he played in 36 career games, had 66 receptions, for 1351 receiving yards, and 6 receiving touchdowns. He has good size, he has good speed, he is a good pass catcher, and is sure handed. He is also a good deep threat, a good route runner, and a good blocking receiver. He is also an offensive play maker, and a dynamic play maker. He also goes up for the ball, and he fights for every yard, and extra yards. He also makes defenders miss with ease, he breaks tackles with ease, and is tough to take down. He is also elusive, and seems to consistently beats his defender. On the other hand, while he has good speed, he does not have elite wide receiver speed, but that does not hurt his game, and unlike most of the other receivers in the draft, he did not get into the endzone that much. With that said, I see Chark being a late 2nd-early 3rd round pick when it is all said and done.