ACL Injury Jan '22
Georgia, Cincinnati, LSU
When healthy, Jameson could be a top 5 deep threat in the NFL. Has legit track speed with solid instincts that create an incredibly dangeroud big play threat when he has the ball in hands. One of if not the best deep ball tracker in the class. Plays with a tenacity and aggresiveness that NFL teams will love to bring onto their roster. Shows impressive body control and ability to contort and make adjustments while the ball is in the air. Can be a legitamite threat as a return man throughout his career.
Slight frame could be concerning at the next level, especially considering that he's entering the league already injured. Play strength is likely going to be a concern. His aggresiveness may be detrimental to an extent with how he fights for extra yards with a thinner body. Not someone you will want to send over the middle of the field often. Needs to catch with his hands more consistently. Unlikely to be a true alpha WR1
If he wasn't dealing with an ACL injury, Jameson would be the undisputed WR1 out of this class. His ability to score on any given play and get open downfield provides a ceiling that no other WR in this class can offer. His athleticism carries over to his ability after the catch and his top-end speed puts him in considerable company within the NFL when healthy. His body type is long and thinner than teams would prefer which creates concern for his blocking and durability capabilities. At the end of the day, his burst and explosion creates a weapon that teams will not want to pass up on and he could very well still be drafted WR1. At the very least he will be a deep threat weapon that will have a role in the league for a while, that skill set is just valued too highly in todays NFL. As long as he has another main WR in the offense to take away primary coverage from WIlliams, his impact could be pro-bowl level from the jump
Ceiling: Tall Desean Jackson, Floor: Ted Ginn
Potentially elite deep threat who has angle breaking speed. His long strides cover alot of space quickly and has among the best acceleration from 2nd-4th gear in the class. Known for his speed more than "moves" to make people miss. His body type could cause problems when breaking tackles but his speed will make it tricky to arm tackle.
Route Tree Variety
Big Play Ability
Does most of his damage on deep and crossing routes. Gets open more often off of his athleticism than his route running prowess. Incorporates saavy moves within his routes, but wont be confused for a savant at the next level. His body type will likely keep him away from the middle, he's at his best downfield.
High Points Ball
Has his fair share of acrobatic catches but does have a slight tendency to body and wrist catch. Seems to have focus drops which could be a consistent issue. Just seems to be thinking beyond the catch.
Run After Catch
Logged 279 special teams snaps and nine tackles. Plays and runs with a fierce attitude and mentality, can get him in trouble at the next level with his slight frame. He brings the mentality to be a good blocker at the next level but he likely wont have the bulk to make much of an impact in this facet.
Needs to improve his coverage recognition, too often relied on his explosion and athleticism. Played Z receiver for the most part in Bill O' Briens scheme. Will likely remain a sideline deep threat at the next level.