D.K. Metcalf

#14 University of Mississippi, Wide Receiver (Redshirt Sophomore)
Height: 6'4, Weight: 230
Grade: 8.44, Round: 2

D.K. Metcalf was a four-star prospect coming out of high school. Metcalf passed up on offers from Miami and Auburn to attend Ole Miss. He makes up one of the most lethal wide receiver cores in college football with A.J. Brown and DaMarkus Lodge. Metcalf scored two touchdowns in his first two games of college football before breaking his foot and redshirting his freshman season. As a redshirt freshman he was an SEC All-Freshman while putting up solid stats. This year he was put on the watchlist for the Biletnikoff Award and labeled as an All-SEC Teamer, with the team dependent on the voting party. 

Strengths

Weaknesses
  • Very good size for a wide receiver
  • Significantly above average release off the line of scrimmage
  • Big frame for red zone production
  • Good body control 
  • High pointing ability is above average
  • Route running is crisp and he sells his routes well
  • Lots of room to grow
  • Too many drops
  • Needs stronger hands in tight coverage
  • Lacks elite speed