2016 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about LEONTE CARROO: Rutgers, 5117 211 4.49. Started 22 games from Edison, NJ. Only played in eight games in 2015. Rutgers’ all-time receiving touchdown leader, 2015 Offensive MVP, and team captain. A vertical speed receiver who has had a productive career despite the struggles at the quarterback position. Has NFL type ball skills and is a proven playmaker. Quick out of his breaks and immediately gets up the field. A hand catcher away from his frame. Catches the ball in traffic and gets his share of 50/50 balls. Adjusts well to off target passes. Runs good patterns and is strong after the catch. Carroo lined up on the right side 45.7% of the time and just a little more on the left at 48.1%. The slot occupied 6.2%. He is a lot of things to a lot of people, but one thing he can do is catch the football. His drop rate was only 4% of the 31.1% targets on 161 routes. Senior Bowl notes: Struggled with too many false steps off the line and in his breaks. Can get open versus off coverage and zone. Struggled against man-to-man with his technique flaws. He struggled getting off press, but he was one of the top five performers during the season eluding the jam. Was arrested and charged in 2015 for simple assault under domestic violence, was suspended two games after the charges were dropped. 2015 stats: 39-809, 20.7 ypr, 10 TD. OSR:19/42. Fourth/fifth round. (A-31, H-9 5/8, VJ-35.5, SS-DNP).