2017 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about ISAIAH FORD: Virginia Tech, 6010 194 4.66. Junior entry from Jacksonville, FL. Three-year starter. Strong outside receiver with good size. Hands catcher. Good ball skills. Gears down well getting feet underneath him to get in and out of breaks. Eats grass with long strides consuming the cushion of the cornerback. Size, length, leaping ability, and ball skills all make him a legitimate red zone threat. Tracks the deep ball with good natural ability. Has gift to contort frame to make difficult acrobatic catches. Given his size he has good suddenness out of his breaks to create separation. Lacks top end speed. Marginal competitor at times. Average run blocker at best especially considering his size. Won’t give great effort if he isn’t directly involved in the play. Marginal release ability on the outside. Lacks consistent play strength. Often gets widened to the sideline by physical corners. A highly recruited basketball player that turned star receiver for the Hokies. A possession and red zone receiver who lacks top end speed. However, combination of frame, ball skill, and leaping ability allow him to be a threat in the vertical passing game. If you aren’t concerned about his speed he is a day two pick, otherwise would fall to an early day three pick in the draft. 2016 stats:79-1094, 13.9 ypr, 7 TD. OSR:48/60. Fourth/fifth round. (A-32 5/8, H-9 1/4, VJ-35.5, SS-4.36).