2020 Guide: What Ourlads' Scouting Services said about RAYMOND CALAIS: Louisiana, 5077 188 4.42. Two-year contributor in the backfield and four-year contributor as a kick returner, Breaux Bridge, LA. Has been the big play threat for the Cajuns’ offense, averaging over eight yards per carry over the span of his final two seasons. While the scheme aided those numbers a tad, he certainly did his part as well. Runs behind his pads, showing more pop than his frame suggests. Will be a specialty weapon that may never have a truly defined role, as he never made an impact as a receiver or blocker, but his potential to make a splash play will get him on the field early on both offense and special teams. Explosive the instant he puts his foot in the ground and moves downhill. Goes from zero to 60 in just a few steps. Has the breakaway speed to get away from the action. Tough and hardnosed slasher who will run with his shoulder down between the tackles. Can stop and go while moving at his highest rate, not just a straight line burst runner. Good vision to see the backup lanes if the initial intention isn’t there, won’t waste time dancing behind the line of scrimmage. Has proven to be an effective special teamer, both with and without the ball. Has a slight frame and falls way below the average standard for weight at the position. A specific-role back that may be viewed as a third down option, but didn’t catch a lot of balls nor did he make a positive impact as a blocker in college. Will run himself into traffic at times, doesn’t have enough patience. Shows poor ball protection mechanics. 2019 stats: 886 yds, 7.6 ypc, 6 TD, 10 rec, 67 yds, 6.7 ypr, 1 TD, 19-541 KOR, 28.5 avg. OSR:4/33. Sixth/seventh round. (A-30, H-9 1/4, BP-20, SS-DNP).