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WR, Kevin Ogletree, Virginia

WR, Kevin Ogletree, Virginia

At A Glance
Position 1: Wide Receiver Height: 6-1
Position 2:  Weight:  196
Class:  Junior Age:  
Projected Round:  3rd-4th  40time:  4.36
Combine/Proday Results
Bench Reps:  X Vertical:  36
20yd Split:  2.51 Broad Jump:  10'2"
10yd Split:  1.50 20yd Shuttle:  4.08
3 Cone Drill:  6.67  

Pros:  Lanky frame with room for additional muscle mass. Has some burst off the snap and uses his size and hands well to get off the snap cleanly. Can stick his foot in the ground and break laterally to create separation. Strong, secure hands. Good body control to adjust to the poorly thrown pass. Uses his size well to maintain his advantage over smaller cornerbacks. Has the strength to run through arm tackles in space. Times his leaps well and can pluck the ball out of the air. Can track the ball over either shoulder.

Cons:   Lacks prototype speed to challenge defenders over the top. Marginal agility in the open field to create yards after the catch. Might struggle to generate separation against NFL cornerbacks. Lacks elite athleticism and has a tendency to round off his routes. Requires a medical check; torn ACL in March of 2007 that required surgery. Also had arthroscopic surgery on his wrist following the 2006 season.

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  • Good size and bulk...Great timed speed...Smooth and a terrific route runner...Excellent hands...Good body control and ball skills...Great leaper...Gets off the line well...Nice instincts and awareness...Very smart...Mature...Tough...Has a strong work ethic...Decent production.  [see more...]
  • Ogletree's early exit to the NFL had as much to do with his missing the 2007 season with a leg injury as it did his honorable mention All-ACC junior campaign. He led the Cavaliers with 58 catches for 753 yards and five touchdowns in 2008, and has already graduated. Once the NFL Draft Advisory Committee returned a favorable grade, Ogletree felt it was time to move on. His speed, elusiveness and strength could land him considerable playing time as a rookie. Had an arm span of 31 inches and a hand span of 9 inches at the combine.  [see more...]