2019 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about JJ ARCEGA-WHITESIDE: Stanford, 6020 225 4.60. Fourth year junior entry and two year starter from Inman, SC. Son of two professional European basketball players and has an accomplished background on the hardwood himself. After a breakout, first-team All Pac 12 season in 2018, he vaulted into near-first round consideration. A potentially dominant possession receiver who does not need to be open in order to be thrown the ball. He showed over and over, both mental and physical prowess over defensive backs all year in traffic. While his speed and burst can be questioned, there is so much he can bring to the table. NFL ready right now. A power forward playing wide receiver. Big, strong, tall, long and powerful. Can bully defensive backs around and position his own body how and when he wants. A weapon in 50/50 situations because of how well he can time his leaps and lunges for the ball in relation to the defender’s location. A pure hands-catcher that sees the ball in and controls it fully upon contact. A quick and efficient route runner that understands the nuances both mentally and physically. Can set defenders up and take advantage. Has a running back-mentality and lower body after the catch. Shows plus balance and a hungry mindset with the ball in his hands. High IQ on the field. May struggle to separate from NFL corners. His top end speed and explosion didn’t stand out in the college game. Shows some stiffness and lack of fluidity in his hips. Can be caught from behind. Won’t always take advantage when he initially wins off the line. May be a limited route-tree receiver. 2018 stats: 63-1059, 16.8 ypr, 14 TD. Did not work out at Combine. Second/third round. (A-33 1/4, H-9 1/2, VJ-DNP, SS-DNP).