2019 Guide: What Ourlads' Scouting Services said about ASHTON DULIN: Malone, 6013 215 4.39. Three year starter from Reynoldsburg, Ohio. Chose the Malone program over Division I offers so he could play football and run track. A school-record setter in the 60 meter, 200 meter, and 60 meter hurdles. Left the GMAC as record holder in five outdoor track events. Was the 2018 GMAC Offensive Back and Special Teams Player of the Year. He is a ball of clay that a team will want to mold for a couple years. If done correctly, the ceiling with him can rival a few of the best receivers in the class in addition to making an impact in the return game. A big, strong, fast competitor who is more than just an athlete. He is a football player in every sense of the word that could be one of the best day three picks in the draft. Woefully attractive athlete with near-top shelf triangle numbers. Rare arm length attached to his well-sized frame. Competitor that attacks the ball in the air. Plays strong and fast. Times his leaps and lunges for the ball exceptionally well. Strong burst and acceleration with the ball in his hands. Plays the straight line game exceptionally well. Hungry for more, consistently breaks through contact. Offers special teams impact and an upside/ceiling that very few have. Must make the jump from Division II to the NFL. Ran a really limited, simple route tree. Didn’t have to grind his way to production because he was so physically dominant over his opponents. Will need to fine tune several elements to the position. Unplanned and lateral movement appears rigid and difficult. Too many body catches. 2018 stats: 49-744, 15.2 ypr, 10 TD. OSR:7/42. Sixth/seventh round. (A- 33 3/8, H-9, VJ-38, SS-4.25).