Evan Baylis – 2017 NFL Draft Prospect Profile

Evan Baylis

TE

Basics:

Position College Jersey Number Class Scheme
TE Oregon 81 SR

Measurements (* Denotes Pro Day or Personal Workout Numbers):

Listed Height Listed Weight Listed 40 Time Combine Height Combine Weight Arm Length Hand Size
6'5 250 4.79 6'5* 244*

Combine Results (* Denotes Pro Day or Personal Workout Numbers):

40 Time Vertical Broad Bench 3-Cone Short Shuttle
4.86* 29* 9'6* 17* 7.23* 4.39*

Overview:

Baylis had a good career at Oregon, where he played in 48 games, had 44 catches, for 511 receiving yards, and 3 receiving touchdowns. He has good size, is a good run blocker, a good pass blocker, he opens holes up for his backs, is a good pass catcher when called upon, and is versatile, as he lines up at tight end, and in the backfield as a fullback. He does not have great speed, and despite good numbers, he was not primarily a pass catching tight end. With that said, Baylis is a late round pick, more than likely he ends up as an undrafted free agent.

Strengths:

Has good size

A good run blocker

A good pass blocker

Opens holes for his backs

Good pass catcher when called upon

Is versatile as he lines up at TE and FB

Weaknesses:

Does not have great speed

Not primarily a pass catching TE

Career Stats:

Games Played: 48

Receptions: 44

Receiving Yards: 511

Receiving Touchdowns: 3

Yards Per Catch: 11.6