Keelan Doss

#3 University of California Davis, Wide Receiver (Redshirt Senior)
Height: 6'3, Weight: 206
Grade: 5.65, Round: 4

According to ESPN, Doss was an unranked receiver coming out of high school. 

Doss was a do-it-all athlete for Alameda High School. He played football and basketball in his high school tenure, playing football as a sophomore through senior, and basketball as a sophomore and junior. Presumably, he saw a scholarship opportunity in football where he may not have for basketball. As a junior, he averaged 10.5 PPG and 6.5 RPG, which is solid numbers for a junior, but his football stats were far superior. In his first season with UC Davis, offensive linemen Julian Bertero and Doss shared the Mike Wise Award for the team’s best freshman. Hero Sports named Keelan Doss to the All-American Sophomore Team in his second season. He was also labeled as a Big Sky Second-Teamer in that same season. Doss was a finalist for the Walter Payton Award in 2017, which is handed out to the most outstanding player in all of FCS. Also in 2017, he was the Big Sky Offensive Player of the Year, All-Big Sky First-Teamer and a consensus All-American. Doss is now one of three team captains in his senior season.

Strengths

Weaknesses
  • Good height and weight for NFL receiver
  • Good body control
  • High pointing ability is above average
  • Seamless body adjustments 
  • Decent route runner
  • Tough runner
  • Picks up extra yardage often
  • Diverse route tree
  • Great ball tracking ability
  • Good production
  • FCS competition
  • Speed is average
  • Will need at least a year of transition to stronger competition
  • Ceiling may be in question because of his development curve
  • May be a niche receiver at the next level