2015 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about DEVIN FUNCHESS: Michigan,6042 232 4.70. Junior entry. Two-year starter with 14 starts at tight end and 11 starts at wide receiver. From Farmington Hills, MI. Played tight end during freshman year and beginning of sophomore year before switching to wide receiver halfway through sophomore season. Played exclusively wide receiver as a junior. Was an All- Big Ten selection in both sophomore and junior seasons. Has good athletic potential but is a questionable downfield threat in the passing game. Flashes of receiving talent project him as a wide receiver at the next level. Huge target. Won’t turn short throws into long gains, but can make guys miss in short areas with strength. Utilizes a strong release when pressed and does a good job of using length to keep defenders at bay when moving downfield. Good body control, and can adjust to the ball in the air. Long strider who needs a few steps to pick up speed. Closes cushion once moving down field, but doesn’t create separation when moving in or out of breaks. Relies on scheme to get open on short routes since he lacks the ability to quickly create separation on his own. Can be lazy and become disinterested in the game if he goes stretches without being utilized. Lazy blocker who attempts to do minimal amount of blocking required. Has inconsistent hands. Will make fantastic catch and then drop easy pass next play. 2014 stats: 62-733, 11.8 ypr, 4 TD. OSR:24/ 40. Third/fourth round. (A-33 1/2, H-9 3/4, VJ-38.5, SS-4.48).