2020 Guide: What Ourlads' Scouting Services said about STEPHEN SULLIVAN: LSU, 6050 254 4.63. Two-year starter, Donaldsonville, LA. Has been a part of the consistent offensive rotation since 2017. The former top 10 wide receiver recruit evolved into an athletic, tools-rich tight end prospect that is going to be a bit of a project in the NFL. Has a ways to go as a blocker, but the effort seems to be there and he flashed during Senior Bowl week as a matchup nightmare in the passing game. A dream come true for the position when it comes to triangle numbers. Top shelf body with rare length for the position. Can stride his way up the seam and will eventually hit plus-top speed. Has soft hands and will go up and get it at a high point. Good balance and body control for a player his size. Will get after defenders as a blocker, using his long reach and strong hands to get a good initial lockout. Will always have a hard time playing as low as he needs to as a blocker. Lacks the lower body power and strength to really move guys. Doesn’t stick to defenders. Lacks the suddenness as a receiver to quickly turn and locate the ball. Ball skills seem manufactured, less natural. Doesn’t attack the ball as a receiver. 2019 stats: 12-130, 10.8 ypr, 0 TD. OSR:13/19. Sixth/seventh round. (A-35 3/8, H-10 1/8, VJ-36.5, SS-4.62).