Virginia Tech(19), Florida St(19), Louisville(19)
Big bodied receiver who plays through contact and is a reliable target. He has good enough speed to go deep and is great at high pointing the ball and making the catch. Great route runner, he can really snap his hips and break off a route. Runs a full route tree, which gives him the ability to play any WR position. Has great instincts and knows how to get open when needed.
Not the most elusive receiver. He doesn't make a lot of people miss reaching him, he just runs through tackles. Doesn't have the quickest feet, but can beat you on a deep route. Though he is very good at high pointing balls, when his feet are on the ground he is not great with contested catches and I would hope to see him improve that part of his game. He is decent blocker, but can get lazy with it at times.
Surratt is big target and will be a very good possession receiver for the team who drafts him. He opted out of the 2020 season, so he will need to prove that he has taken this time to work on his craft and prepare for the next level. He runs a full route tree, so he is a versatile WR. However I do his size and abilities make a outside the numbers guy and should play there primarily. That being said, I do think he needs to improve his play strength. There are too many plays that I think he could of made, but let the contact get to him. He is a very smart player and has great instincts, someone who knows where the space will be to get open. Being that he opted this season, I'm not sure where he will be drafted. That is going to be really interesting, because you don't know how teams will grade these players.
Gabriel Davis & Allen Robinson
Route Tree Variety
Big Play Ability
High Points Ball
Run After Catch