2019 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about DILLON MITCHELL: Oregon, 6012 197 4.43. Junior entry and two year starter from Memphis, TN. Broke out in 2018 with a school record 1184 yards as he was the team’s top deep and intermediate target. Mitchell is a polarizing player because he flashes elite playmaking ability paired with above average long speed, however he has attitude problems and his work ethic isn’t anything to brag about. He is on the wrong side of the line between swagger and selfish, but if a team can get him focused on cleaning up the weaknesses in his game, he has an upside that most simply do not. Feisty and competitive on the field that is always fighting for more yards. Effective wiggle and vision after the catch, a true threat to create on his own at all times. Long strider that can get vertical through a secondary. Avoids the jam well with head fakes, fast feet, and a slippery torso. Needs to work on his route running. Slow to get his head around and rounds his turns. Playing strength needs to be addressed, could use more time in the weight room. Inconsistent ball tracking, often miss-times his leaps and lunges for the ball. Inaccurate hands. Will lose his head at times and displays poor body language. 2018 stats: 75-1184, 15.8 ypr, 10 TD. OSR:18/42. Sixth/seventh round. (A-31 1/2, H-9, VJ-36.5, SS-4.29).