2019 Guide: What Ourlads' Scouting Services said about GREG DORTCH: Wake Forest, 5071 173 4.53. Third year sophomore entry from Richmond, Virginia. In his two playing years, Dortch finished All- ACC at both all-purpose and returner, with 2018 being first-team honors. The spark plug has enough versatility in his arsenal to fill multiple roles on a team, however the size issue won’t disappear with him. If he wants to be a factor from the slot, he will need more than just quickness and burst. Needs to refine his route running and gain more experience from a mental point of view. Playmaking ability is there, though. Water bug quickness off the line. Can miss contact from a defender in a phone booth. Easy, explosive change of direction. Reaches his top speed in a blink and plays with a constant sense of urgency. Has the chip on his shoulder that a player his size absolutely needs. A dangerous threat with the ball in his hands. Can slide, pounce, and explode his way through creases that other players simply cannot. Would be one of the smallest players on a high school team. Simply can’t impact the game in a lot of ways, could end up being a returner-only. Route running is sloppy and inconsistent. 2018 stats: 89-1078, 12.1 ypr, 8 TD, 25-276 PR (2 TD), 18-376 KOR. Medical exclusion at Combine, right wrist. Seventh round/PFA. (A-29 1/4, H-9 1/4, VJ-33, SS-4.08).