What Ourlads' Scouting Services said about DEVONTA SMITH before he made the Philadelphia Eagles' Depth Chart: Alabama, 6002 170 4.52. Three-year starter, Amite, LA. Two time All-America, All SEC, and winner of the 2020 Heisman Trophy, Biletnikoff, and Paul Hornung awards. Left Alabama as the program’s and SEC conference’s all-time leader in receiving touchdowns with 43. Also set the school record for career receiving yards. Led the country in catches, yards, yards after catch, and touchdowns as a senior while adding even more production as a punt returner. Simply put, Smith put together one of the most dominant seasons in the history of college football. The former five-star recruit was always highly regarded but there was only one ball to go around the previous three years in an offense that was hosting multiple first round talents all over the place. He shined when he was the spotlight guy in a way that none of them did, however. His body type may give initial concern to some, but he is as tough and competitive as they come and it is refreshing to see him couple that with a pure blue collar approach. He is all business, all about winning. That combined with his elite burst in and out of breaks, sticky hands, and ability to create after the catch can make him an elite feature receiver at the next level. Moves as if he is on roller blades. Accelerates to his top speed in a hurry and will force the defender to play catch up. Can cut and turn while moving at his full speed. Seamless transitions will create separation as both a route runner and ball carrier. Big and strong hands. Rarely lets one hit the turf if he can come in contact with it. Will make all the routine catches and throw in the spectacular grab. A true gamer in every sense of the word. Plays tough and stronger than his size suggests but will also avoid contact whether he is carrying the ball or getting off the jam. Intelligent player who is a coach’s dream when it comes to drive, work ethic, and consistency. Has a very slight, skinny frame that falls way below the NFL standard for the position. Even though his lean body mass is there, he cannot hide the fact that he weighs what he weighs. Presence against contact will be an issue. Top end speed in the open field does not match his next-level burst and acceleration. He can be caught from behind. Won’t break through quality tackle attempts and won’t make a big difference as a blocker. 2020 stats: 117-1856, 15.9 ypr, 23 TD, 11-237 PR, 21.6 avg, 1 TD. First round. (A-31 1/2, H-9 3/8, VJ-NA, SS-NA).TCU, 5105 206 4.47. Junior entry, two-year starter, Waxahachie, TX. Was a key contributor all three seasons. Named 2017 Big 12 Co-Offensive Freshman of the Year and earned second-team All Big 12 honors in 2018 and 2019. Son of former NFL defensive tackle Monte Reagor. He is a gadget player at this point who can line up all over the field including the backfield. The kind of player that no opposing defensive coach wants to see with the ball in his hands because of his legit ability to score every time he touches it. He is coming into the league with a raw feel. He is inconsistent as a route runner which doesn’t maximize his physical gifts. His effort can be questioned on some plays if he isn’t directly involved. His upside is exciting and he will be an occasional playmaker at the very least, but he has a lot of work to do. A threat to score every time he touches the ball. Has running back legs with sprinter speed. Has been clocked sub 4.45 and will play to that when he reaches the open field. Not a guy that will be caught from behind. Innovative with good vision. Can stop, plant his foot, and burst. Also has some looseness in his hips and ankles to make his adjustments fluid. Has made his fair share of spectacular catches in traffic and downfield. Lacks the height and reach to consistently factor in contested situations. Inconsistent hands, lets too many balls hit the ground that he should catch. Doesn’t have a natural feel for finding the windows underneath. Route running skill set has a ways to go. Didn’t run a full route tree and he doesn’t appear to have attention to detail there. Still a raw player at this point. 2019 stats: 43-611, 14.2 ypr, 5 TD, 15-312 PR, 20.8 avg, 2 TD. OSR:12/51. Second/third round. (A-31 3/8, H-9 1/2, VJ-42, SS-4.46).