2017 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about DEDE WESTBROOK: Oklahoma, 5117 178 4.39. Two-year starter from Cameron, TX. Junior college transfer from Blinn Community College (TX). Biletnikoff Award winner as the top wide receiver in the country last fall. Enough height and long speed to play outside receiver. Most teams will like him in the slot. Solid set of hands. Accelerates effortlessly, threat to score every time he touches the ball. Delivers timely jabs to defender’s upper body to free sprinter body both with the ball and during routes. Savvy and patient in deep routes to set defenders up. Shows light and quick feet in and out of breaks. Smooth fluid athlete all through his movements both in routes and with the ball. Takes good angles to cut safety off in run game. Doesn’t always attack under thrown inaccurate passes. Lacks functional upper body strength, really slender frame. Will struggle early against NFL size and length especially in press coverage. Competitive player in general but doesn’t always play the game with the consistent speed and energy that you want to see out of his caliber of athleticism. Will need to put effort into improving his release techniques. Needs to play with greater route strength against pro talent to save drop zone for the quarterback. Durability could become an issue with his frame working in the middle of the field. Has a thin but wiry frame with top end speed that allows him to stress the defense vertically on any play. Has similarities to Paul Richardson (Seattle) but with more long speed. Competition level was inconsistent and was schemed into running free. However, he still made many contested game changing plays during his time at Oklahoma. He is enough of a special talent to play outside receiver but could dominate in the slot with match-ups. Can contribute in return game as well. 2016 stats: 80-1524, 19.1 ypr, 17 TD. Did not work out at Combine, his choice. Second/third round. (A-30 5/8, H-9, VJ-34.5, SS-4.34).