2022 Guide: What Ourlads’ NFL Scouting Services said about DONTARIO DRUMMOND:
Mississippi, 6017 215 4.61. Three-year starter, Laurel, MS. Transfer from East Mississippi Community College. A slow time at the Combine answered questions about playing speed inconsistencies. Well-built, imposing thick frame for a receiver, built more like a running back. Short arms and smaller than average hands for the position group. Ran a limited route tree in college. Tends to needlessly drift out of breaks. Too often double catches the ball. Rigid hands, as opposed to soft natural catching hands. Dropped a lot of routine catches. Struggles with catching balls on his back shoulder when running crossing routes. Hands too often are in poor catch position. Hard for defensive backs to bring down one-on-one. Tremendous run after catch talent. Fluid hips should help him expand his limited route tree. Fluidity helps him track low passes at an impressive clip. Maximizes catch radius with flexibility and fluidity. Shows ability to accelerate, however playing speed is highly inconsistent. Strong and aggressive at the catch point. Uses size and frame to his advantage at the catch point. Shows elusive ability to make people miss in space. Often hidden from press by formation adjustments. Lacks elite top end speed.
2021 stats: 76-1028, 13.5 ypr, 8 TD. OSR:26/33. Sixth/seventh round. (A-31 1/2, H-9 1/4, VJ-34, SS-4.41).