2018 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about KEKE COUTEE: Texas Tech, 5096 181 4.46. Junior entry and one-year starter from Lufkin, TX. Played in 38 games over his career. An explosive playmaker from the slot. Has elite acceleration and very good top end speed to his game. Eats into defensive backs’ cushion with smooth and noticeable burst. Will run away from defenders in man on drag routes. Creates separation on deep routes to intermediate routes with speed and burst out of stems and breaks. Finds holes in zones with good recognition then accelerates out once the catch is made. Displays good concentration when working the middle of the field. Threat to score if hit in stride on underneath to intermediate route. When he accelerates after the catch he is always faster than the defenders around him. Has above average return man ability that could help him contribute early in his career. He lacks route strength and is not an accomplished route runner. Will need to learn the nuances and the craft of route running. Has small hands and struggles making catches through contact. Will run out of bounds willingly at times. Overall, Coutee is a very dynamic, fast and quick slot receiver. Has elite acceleration ability that makes him a home run threat every time he catches the ball. Has special teams’ potential as a return man. 2017 stats: 93-1429, 15.4 ypr, 10 TD, 10-315 KOR, 31.5 avg, 1 TD. OSR:18/45. Fifth/sixth round. (A-29 7/8, H-8 3/8, VJ-34.5, SS-4.15).