What Ourlads' Scouting Services said about TEE HIGGINS before he made the Cincinnati Bengals' Depth Chart: Clemson, 6035 216 4.56. Junior entry, two-year starter, Oak Ridge, TN. Two-time All ACC, including a first-team honor in 2019. Was a top shelf high school recruit who left the school tied with former Tigers’ DeAndre Hopkins and Sammy Watkins as the all-time leader in touchdown receptions (27). He is the only player in program history to record 10+ touchdown catches in consecutive years. Lacks some of the burst and quickness that a receiver needs to get open along all levels of the route tree, but the elite ball skills and ability to snag the ball from any and every angle with a sense of ease will make a dangerous threat in the league. He plays fast enough and there are other traits in his game that make him a future number one receiver for a team that likes to throw the ball downfield. Attacks the ball and will pluck it out of the air with minimal-to-no-wiggle post contact. His hands swallow the ball. Ultra-aware of his body position in relation to the boundaries and defenders. Makes catching the ball in traffic look easy and natural. Times his leaps and lays out for the ball exceptionally well. Has long stride speed and will get over the top against man coverage. Graceful and crisp footwork. Smooth and easy athlete that shows control as a route runner. Will break tackles after the catch via both toughness and ability to bend and twist his body to miss contact. Lacks burst and explosion off the line and will need extra time to get into his route. Too much wasted time trying to avoid contact against the press which can throw off timing plays. Exposes his long torso to contact by physical corners and doesn’t have the core strength to fight through it. 2019 stats: 59-1167, 19.8 ypr, 13 TD. No Combine workout-his choice. First/second round. (A-34 1/8, H-9 1/4, VJ-31, SS-4.53).