2021 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about ANTHONY SCHWARTZ: Auburn, 6000 186 4.27. Junior entry, one-year starter, Pembroke Pines, FL. Has been a key piece to the Auburn offense since the start of his career. Was the fastest player in college football winning a silver medal in the 2018 World Championships for track and field. The record-setting 100 meter sprinter was able to put that speed on display throughout his career as the team used him as a versatile gadget player that lined up in the slot and backfield. While the skill set hasn’t quite caught up, there is a significantly high ceiling here if he can find the right schematic fit. There is no defense for this kind of speed. He has a decent frame that should be able to add some bulk and the right coach should get this tough competitor to make plays. Brings twitch and slight change of direction ability to change his trajectory degree in an instant. Will miss contact by defenders with the ball in his hands. Good hands, will catch the easy ones consistently. Can be used in a variety of ways. Dangerous in space and has experience on jet sweeps. A gadget player that can be moved around pre-snap to make a defense react. Still raw around the edges when it comes to the receiver skill set. Needs to be a better route runner considering his ability to move. Struggles to get out of breaks on comeback routes and lateral turns. Not a strong presence in traffic. Ball skills are limited. Will get caught up at the line against a quality press corner. 2020 stats: 54-636, 11.8 ypr, 3 TD. Sixth/seventh round. (A-31 1/2, H-9 3/8, VJ-32, SS-4.25).