2018 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about JALEEL SCOTT: New Mexico State, 6046 218 4.56. One-year starter from Rock Hill, SC. Transfer from Ellsworth Community College. A big-framed outside wide receiver with average deep speed. Long arms and big hands to go with an ideal sized outside receiver frame. Pound for pound a tough athlete. Moves well in open space for a big-bodied guy. Uses size to create separation at the top of the route. Has some savvy route stems and head fakes in his repertoire. Ideal back shoulder target and is a nightmare to cover. Red zone threat with timing, size and hands. Has a good catch radius and is allowed to use it because of a body that can absorb contact through contested catches. Feet are nimble for a big guy. Drops his feet and makes them go dead on the sideline with great skill. Had one of the best one-handed catches in college football this season displaying all of his ability and potential. A very raw route runner who needs work and refinement. Doesn’t have much suddenness to him, nor does he have great top end speed to run by NFL defensive backs. Has a lanky and leggy process to get his chest down and into breaks. Lacks immediate acceleration. Overall, he has ideal size and frame for a receiver with average speed and good ball skills. 2017 stats: 76-1079, 14.2 ypr, 9 TD. OSR:33/45. Fourth/fifth round. (A-33 1/2, H-10, VJ-34.5, SS-4.40).