2019 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about DK METCALF: Mississippi, 6033 228 4.36. Third year sophomore entry from Oxford, MS. Has started 19 games over two years. His 2016 season was cut short after just two games due to a broken foot and also missed the final five games of 2018 with a serious neck injury. That only leaves 2017 as his lone full season. The lack of experience is evident on tape and despite the rare combination of size and speed, Metcalf is rough around the edges. There isn’t a lot of cleanliness to his game, although his potential will be hard to ignore for long. Vertical threats like this don’t come around often and he does have impressive showings against multiple SEC schools. Boom or bust. Tall, long and strong. Has the kind of height and straight-line speed along with on-field production to make him a scary downfield threat. Can reach balls far away from his body with a huge catch radius and plus-ball skills. Looks the ball into his hands. Dangerous in traffic and winner of many 50/50 balls. Plants his foot hard and will explode out of his breaks. Impressive burst for a player his size. Can separate downfield with long strides as well as underneath from his burst and physical presence. Has missed 15 out of 36 games in the past three seasons due to foot and neck injuries. Although 100% recovery is expected, his experience level and raw skill set make him a gamble. Doesn’t adjust his body weight well with unplanned movement. Plays tight and stiff, lacking fluidity. Lacks the natural flow, seems to be overly manufactured. Doesn’t always finish his routes or seem to be mentally in it. 2018 stats: 26-569, 21.9 ypr, 5 TD. OSR:5/42. First/second round. (A-34 7/8, H-9 7/8, VJ-40.5, SS-4.52).