2020 Guide: What Ourlads' Scouting Services said about BINJIMEN VICTOR: Ohio State, 6036 198 4.56. Four-year wide receiver rotation player, Pompano Beach, FL. Played in 47 games over his career. His most memorable touchdown catch in college came at Penn State in 2018 where his 47-yard catch and run jump-started the Buckeye’s 27-26 come from behind win. He also made a clutch catch late in the fourth quarter over Maryland where he caught the game tying pass that sent the game into overtime and eventually an Ohio State win. The long-armed, slender receiver is a big target with a huge catching radius (81 1/2"). With his 35- inch vertical jump he is a matchup nightmare for shorter defensive backs. Displays outstanding coordination, ball skills, and timing. Has a loose body especially in the hips. Has some slippery run after catch ability. Recorded a touchdown every fourth catch in college. Strong hands and good focus on the tip of the ball. Makes the off target catch look routine. Upgrades the quality of depth on an NFL roster. Good measurables and skill level to play on Sundays. Shrine Bowl notes: Plays a long and lanky style with plenty of looseness in his lower body, making him an effective route runner that can twist and turn well. He made some of the highlight reel catches of the week and competed hard from start to finish whether he was getting the ball or not. His ceiling is as high as any senior receiver in the entire class. He went up and snatched a 36-yard touchdown pass from Mason Fine in the game. 2019 stats: 34-545, 16.0 ypr, 6 TD. OSR:34/ 51. Sixth/seventh round. (A-34 1/8, H-9 5/8, VJ-35, SS-DNP).