2019 Guide: What Ourlads' Scouting Services said about JAZZ FERGUSON: Northwestern State (LA), 6045 227 4.44. Fourth year junior entry and one year starter from St. Francisville, LA. Brother to defensive end prospect Jaylon. Began his career at LSU before being suspended for drug and academic issues. After transferring and sitting out a year at Northwestern State, he ended his career with an All-America, Southern Conference Offensive Player of the Year campaign. He checks every box imaginable from a size and speed perspective. However his lack of ability to move in tight windows and questionable ball skills give him a more developmental outlook. Will take some extra screening as well when it comes to his past off-field issues. Triangle numbers reside on the top shelf. Tremendous height and arm length give him as big a catch radius that exists. Long stride speed that can run away from pro defensive backs. Deep threat every time he steps on the field. Powerful cuts on slant routes can gain the initial separation underneath. Physical player that will win most contact battles. Gets after defenders in space as a blocker. Wants to punish. Slow acceleration and change of direction. Long-limbed mover that doesn’t play with balance or stability. Exposes too much chest against the press and gets caught up. Balls skills and consistency from his hands aren’t there. Doesn’t reach for the ball, waits for it to come to him. Still shows some attitude issues on the field that helped get him kicked out of LSU. 2018 stats: 66-1117, 16.9 ypr, 13 TD. OSR:20/42. Fifth/sixth round. (A-34 1/4, H-9 1/4, VJ-37, SS-4.59).