2020 Guide: What Ourlads' Scouting Services said about STEPHEN GUIDRY: Mississippi State, 6030 201 4.44. Two-year starter, New Roads, LA. A successful junior college stint led him to being a highly sought after recruit. A big play threat with his combination of straight line speed, burst, and size. He stands tall and plays even taller because of his length and plus-ability to go up and get it. Lacks physical presence, as defensive backs can jostle him around and impact his approach to the ball. He is tools-rich but simply didn’t show enough in his two years in the SEC to be considered anything more than a project who will need time to develop. Excellent triangle numbers. Possesses the desired height, length, and long speed for the position. Hits his top speed in a blink when running vertical routes. Shows urgency and hustle. Will put pressure on the secondary, can knife through the top and make plays on the ball. Showed the ability to twist and turn in the air with good control and hand accuracy. Can make the tough catch on the move. Lacks a physical nature across the board. Doesn’t like contact and won’t play through it well enough. Too much dancing at the point of attack to avoid press coverage. Doesn’t aggressively attack the ball with defenders bearing down on him. Struggles to break tackles after the catch. Low effort and effectiveness as a blocker on the edge. 2019 stats: 30-387, 12.9 ypr, 5 TD. OSR:22/51. Seventh round/PFA. (A-32 3/4, H-9 1/8, VJ-34, SS-4.46).