2016 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about DEANDRE WASHINGTON: Texas Tech, 5082 204 4.49. Two-year starter from Missouri City, TX. Fifth year senior who tore his ACL in late November of 2011, forcing him to miss the 2012 season. Packs a powerful punch for such a small frame. Shows no hesitation in lowering his shoulder and delivering a violent pop to tacklers. Good vision and reacts quickly to running lanes and creases. Can make himself small and hard to directly hit. Elusive in the open field. Has the breakaway speed to get away from defenders in pursuit. Excellent receiver who can get open and catch balls on the move. Scat back type who can be a playmaker in the right role. Is a dangerous third down back who can create a lot by himself in space. Lacks the bulk and strength to carry a load between the tackles. Light in the pants. Can be taken down by a lone defender too often. Loses sense of balance and body control. 2015 stats: 1492 yds, 6.4 ypc, 14 TD, 41 rec, 385 yds, 2 TD. OSR:9/24. Sixth/ seventh round. (A-30, H-9, BP-24, SS-4.20).