2016 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about JOSH DOCTSON: TCU, 6020 202 4.46. Four-year starter including one year as a freshman at Wyoming before his transfer in 2012 to the Horned Frogs. From Mansfield, TX. A competitive receiver who concentrates and plucks the ball at the high point. A hand catcher who makes the difficult catch. Holds the ball on contact. Tracks the ball with good eye/hand coordination and catches the ball over either shoulder with no blind spots to distract his vision. A three level receiver who can be effective short, medium, and long. Moves easily and athletically. Good balance after contact. Plucks the ball in his hands with a good two-arm extension away from the frame of his body. A consistent player without the ball. Has the ability and speed to get deep and the savvy and quickness to get open. Has good faking and cutting ability. Can freeze a defensive back with double moves. Blocks well on the perimeter, inline, and down the field. TCU’s up-tempo spread offense didn’t help to develop the speedy receiver into an NFL route runner. He lined up 94.3% of the time on the right side of the formation so he lacks experience with a full route tree at various alignments. However, he did a full route tree on the right side. He majored in the deep vertical (9 route) comeback and slant patterns. Doctson has two of the three Horned Frogs’ 1000-yard receiving seasons in school history. His career mark is 2784 yards. More slippery than strong at breaking tackles. Of the 209 routes Doctson ran, he was targeted 41.6% of the time. Amari Cooper was targeted 43% two years ago at Alabama to demonstrate the importance of Doctson to the TCU offense. He responded with a 74.7% catch rate and a low 3.4% drop rate. In other words, the fleet receiver analytically as well as empirically has excellent hands. Doctson is equally as impressive against man, zone, and press coverage. Contested catches are another Doctson specialty. Of the 20 contested catches, he snatched 85% of them, the highest percentage of any receiver in this draft. This metric confirms his big-time ball skills in close quarters. He missed the last three games with a left wrist injury suffered in the Oklahoma State game. 2015 stats: 79-1327, 16.8 ypr, 14 TD. OSR:1/42. First/ second round. (A-31 7/8, H-9 7/8, VJ-41, SS-4.08).