2018 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about BRAXTON BERRIOS: Miami, 5085 184 4.65. One-year as a full time starter from Raleigh, NC. Played in 50 games. Led the Hurricanes in receptions. A William Campbell Trophy semi-finalist. An undersized slot receiver who is pound for pound a very tough athlete. Smooth in his movements. He is noticeably competitive and a clutch player. Runs very precise and sharp routes. Carries his speed throughout the course of the whole route, never having to gear down to break or cut. Would be very successful running option routes at the NFL level. Not afraid to do work in the middle of the field. Has elite focus when it comes to catching the football. Good value as a dynamic punt returner. He is a short strider who is quicker then fast. Has some stiffness in his hips. Has short arms and a limited catch radius. Can be physically handled by bigger NFL competition and can’t sustain run blocks with much success. Overall he is an undersized slot receiver with burst and acceleration. His ability to catch the football, work underneath routes, and his value as a return man make him a worthy third day selection. 2017 stats: 55-679, 12.4 ypr, 9 TD, 13-207 PR, 15.9 avg. Medical exclusion at Combine, pectoral injury. Sixth/seventh round. (A-28, H-9 1/4, VJ-36, SS-4.40).