2020 Guide: What Ourlads' Scouting Services said about MICHAEL PITTMAN JR: Southern Cal, 6040 223 4.52. Three-year starter, Woodland Hills, CA. Son of former NFL running back Michael Pittman. Pittman made the first-team All Pac 12 as a special teams player in 2017, honorable mention as a receiver in 2018, and first-team in 2019. He has been a versatile, multi-faceted contributor since the start of his career. That all ties together how much this kid knows the game and can adjust to whatever role he is thrown into. He can get the job done because of superior route running, ball skills, and toughness. While he won’t be a number one threat, he is the kind of player who will be in the league a long time and will remain consistent and steady. Refined, crafty footwork that always show up when he is running routes and attacking the ball. Gets out of a crowd with a sense of ease and smoothness. Things seem slow for him out there. A physical player before and after the catch. Has a clear advantage in contested situations. Plucks the ball with his hands. Can shield defenders away from the ball. Tracks the deep ball over his shoulder with precise accuracy and full body control. Will run through arm tackles like a tight end. Competitive blocker and special teamer. Will likely always have a defender near him against man coverage. Has some tightness in his hips, won’t miss much contact after the catch. 2019 stats: 101-1275, 12.6 ypr, 11 TD. OSR:6/ 51. Second/third round. (A-32 1/2, H-9 1/4, VJ-36.5, SS-4.14).