2015 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about JAMISON CROWDER: Duke, 5083 185 4.49. Three-year starter from Monroe, NC. Tied for the all time leader in receptions in the ACC. Crowder had an ultra-productive career for the Blue Devils. His ability to get open all over the route tree with his top tier quickness and change of direction are attributes that are always in high demand. Crowder plays the game with a chip on his shoulder. He is very competitive and tough and will find ways to make an impact in every game. In addition to his receiving records, Crowder returned 4 punts for touchdowns over his career. He will most likely be restricted to slot and return duty in the league because of his size. Gets in and out of breaks with balance and body control. Consistently quicker than the guy who is covering him. Can create separation underneath. Gets off the line easily because of his jitterbug movement. Can read coverage and find the vacancies within a defense. Effective routes all over the field. Great ball skills, locates the ball and will see it in. Can make the tough catch in traffic. Plenty of success in jump ball situations despite the lack of size and strength. Will lay out for the ball over the middle. Tough player with a lot of effort. Slippery after the catch to miss tacklers and wiggle his way north for extra yards. Undersized in all facets. Lacks height and girth. Small hands. 2014 stats: 85-1044, 12.3 ypr, 6 TD. OSR:36/40. Fourth/ fifth round. (A-30 3/8, H-8 3/4, VJ-37, SS-4.32).