What Ourlads' Scouting Services said about BRANDON AIYUK before he made the San Francisco 49ers' Depth Chart: Arizona State, 5115 205 4.52. Two-year starter, Reno, NV. Spent two seasons at Sierra JC. After being the number two guy behind N’Keal Harry in 2018, Aiyuk took over as a senior, finishing second in the conference in receiving. The first-team All Pac 12 standout brings a rare level of hand size and arm length, making him play bigger than the listed size. His greatest trait, however, is the ability to burst and get himself open. Has enough speed to make a corner bail on his technique and enough quickness to plant his foot and dart away from them underneath. In the right scheme and role, he is a year-one contributor. He still needs to clean up some release issues and continue to learn the game at a higher level, but he can be a dynamic weapon. Has the straight line burst to knife through a secondary, will make the defense adjust to his mere presence on the field. Also shows loose wiggle in his hips and ankles to make him easily bend and turn tight corners. A developing route runner who can separate from cornerbacks all over the route tree. Will get to balls away from his body. Adjusts his weight with ease and will make the spectacular reception. Adds value as a returner. Returned a punt for a touchdown and averaged 31+ yards as a kick returner in 2019. Needs to do a better job of avoiding the punch of a press corner. Inconsistent effort and willingness as he approaches the middle of the field when it comes to extending for the ball. Needs to react quicker so he can maximize his superior burst and speed. 2019 stats: 65-1192, 18.3 ypr, 8 TD, 14-226 PR, 16.1 avg, 1 TD, 14-445 KOR, 31.9 avg. OSR:19/51. Second/third round. (A-33 1/2, H-9 3/4, VJ-40, SS-DNP).South Carolina, 6051 324 4.90. Three-year starter, Charleston, SC. Spent his freshman year at Jones County JC. After a childhood filled with adversity, Kinlaw molded himself from an overweight junior college hopeful to a probable first round pick. The tool set is among the best in the class at the position and there is enough tape to confirm he is much more than a blank slate with potential. Has shown the ability to take over games from the middle with his ability to create a new line of scrimmage and close in on the action with violence, power, and speed. There are several technique-based parts to his game that need work and consistency, but he is very coachable and will make a difference early even while he tries to learn the game. The physical freak of physical freaks. Cut from stone with elite length and straight line burst. Has the kind of power that creates a new line of scrimmage every time he gets his hands in the right position. Can stiff arm the strongest of blockers while maintaining low hips and forward lean. Fast and twitchy. Pursues the action well and seals the deal with violence. Swallows ball carriers with a rare wingspan and good flexibility. Has a developing arsenal of rush moves. Disappears for stretches. Has too much all-or-nothing in his game. Inconsistencies stem from techniques and over-reliance on tools. Needs to be more disciplined. Will get high and expose his chest to blockers. Tires quickly and his effort from play to play can be questioned. Doesn’t show awareness of what is transpiring next to him. Gets washed out by down blocks. Doesn’t fight through the double team as well as he should. 2019 stats: 35 T, 6 TFL, 6 sacks, 2 PBU, 4 QBH, 1 BK. No Combine workout-his choice. First round. (A- 34 7/8, H-10 1/4, BP-DNP, 10-DNP).