2015 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about PHILLIP DORSETT: Miami, 5096 185 4.33. Three-year starter from Ft. Lauderdale, FL. Dorsett may be the fastest player in college football. His speed is not just track-based, he knows how to use it functionally. His burst and sudden change of direction make him a tough cover for any lone defensive back. He is the kind of player that an entire defense needs to be aware of. He averaged over 26 yards per catch in 2014. He keeps defensive coordinators up at night because of what he can do with his top tier speed. Knifes through a secondary. Can plant his foot while moving at full force and change direction. Quick to get in and out of breaks. Can run routes with explosion and sudden change of direction ability. Good ball skills, tracks it well and can position his body to make a play on the ball. Can change speed and maintain full body control. Dangerous after the catch, can outrun angles. Strong effort as a blocker. Lack of size hurts him in traffic. Doesn’t come down with a lot of 50/50 balls. May be limited to just a space player. Hands aren’t strong, will body catch a lot. Physical presence as a blocker is limited. Torn ACL in 2013 ended his season in October.2014 stats: 36-871, 24.2 ypr, 10 TD. OSR:5/40. Second/ third round. (A-30 1/4, H-9 3/8, VJ-37, SS-4.11).