NAME: Jordan Addison
HOMETOWN: Frederick, MD
HIGH SCHOOL: Tuscarora
GAMES WATCHED: Tennessee, Georgia Tech, Clemson
- 2020 (10 games at Pitt): 87 targets with 60 receptions for 666 yards and 4 TD. 9 rushing attempts for 58 yards. 10 drops.
- 2021 (14 games at Pitt): 144 targets with 100 receptions for 1593 yards and 17 TD. 7 rushing attempts for 56 yards and 1 TD. 11 drops.
- Route Running: 70 (Star)
- Separation: 65 (Star)
- Ball Skills: 65 (Star)
- Downfield Ability: 70 (Star)
- Run After Catch: 65 (Star)
- Contested Catch: 60 (Above Average)
- Versatility: 50 (Average)
- Release: 70 (Star)
- Frame: 40 (Below Average)
- Blocking: 50 (Average)
Pitt transfer coming off the Biletnikoff Award as the nation’s top receiver. Slender frame that keeps him mostly to the slot, but versatility is upped by his utility as a return man. Noticeable burst off the snap and straight line speed that makes him a bona fide deep threat. Runs routes without any wasted steps and employs head fakes and ankle-breaking cuts to create further separation across the middle. Uses his length well to create additional separation. Gets open with ease due to his understanding of the gaps in zone coverage. Possesses unreal body control and explosiveness after the catch. Wonder if his slighter frame will present issues in the NFL, where defenders may have the oomph to knock him off his intended paths. Another dominant season at USC should cement him as a top 20 pick.
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