2019 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about OLABISI JOHNSON: Colorado State, 6004 204 4.50. Three year starter from Lakewood, Colorado. A constant complement to far better receiver prospects during his time at Colorado State. Played second fiddle to Michael Gallup and Preston Williams but he deserves his own attention as well. A detailed, thorough route runner who catches most balls thrown his way. Doesn’t have any standout traits physically. The size and speed are below average and he isn’t overly effective in traffic. Has a few uphill battles to fight if he plans on sticking around. Fast and quick off the line. Good initial separation that stems from an understanding of route running and subtle tricks to fool the cover man. Abrupt movement at the top of his route. Has the sudden, powerful change of direction with full balance and control. Turns around fast and locates the ball well. Had late hands and will adjust seamlessly when needed. Quick to move north with the ball after the catch. Has some sneaky wiggle and burst as a ball carrier. Plays small. Gets hidden in traffic and won’t win the 50/50 balls. Redirected by contact too easily. Doesn’t have the extra gear to kick into when pursuing the deep ball. 2018 stats: 54-796, 14.7 ypr, 4 TD. OSR:16/42. Seventh round/PFA. (A-30 3/4, H-10 3/8, VJ-38, SS-4.16).