2017 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about CHRIS GODWIN: Penn State, 6010 209 4.42. Junior entry and two-year starter from Middletown, DE. Solid build and set of hands. Has the ability to play inside or outside receiver. Competes with the corner throughout the whole course of the route. Excellent deep throw tracking ability. Tough to bring down after the catch. Pound for pound as tough an athlete as there is on the field. Above average leaping ability. Competitive and willing blocker. Good concentration on tipped passes. Strong focus when receiving in a crowd. Dynamic long speed to run away from defenders. Has some ability to contort his body and make acrobatic catches. Smooth strider with clean movements in his routes. Very willing to go across the middle of the field and make catches in traffic. Doesn’t always drop his weight when making his breaks in and out of routes. Marginal route runner. A little raw in his technique. Has some stiffness in his hips. Plays with hands too far outside his frame in the run game exposing his chest to the defender. Needs improved footwork at the line of scrimmage. Doesn’t always pluck the ball out of the air when making tough contested catches, will use his body instead to secure the ball. Has a good blend of size, speed, and strength. Unique ability to play all of the receiver positions on the field. Is a tough competitor and athlete who has all of the tools necessary to play and contribute at the next level. High upside player who could potentially be a number one wide receiver. Exciting day two pick for an offense. 2016 stats: 59-982, 16.6 ypr, 11 TD. OSR:4/60. Second/third round. (A-31 5/8, H-9 1/8, VJ-36, SS-4.03).