Jordan Addison

WR

USC

Jordan Addison

HT:

WT:

YR:

NO:

OVR RK

10

POS RK

1

FINAL GRADE

7.3

6000

175

JR

3

CEILING

8

OVR RK

PLAYSTYLE AND SCHEME FIT

Pro Spread/Slot, Wide

PASS GAME ANALYSIS

Jordan Addison is an elite separator who can vary his route speed, lulling a DB to sleep before exploding into the top of his route. He possesses elite agility putting defenders on skates in space with bad angles after the catch. Addison is an elite-level hands catcher; he snags the ball out of the air and handles the fastball on short and intermediate throws with ease, which goes hand in hand with his ability to track the football on deep routes. Addison will likely be limited to the slot at the NFL level due to his lean frame and short stature. He has the three-level route running ability to be an elite-level go-to WR at the next level.

RUN GAME ANALYSIS

Addison is a willing blocker in the run game who can sell a route and run off a defender before engaging downfield. Addison can also be an asset as a runner on jet sweeps and reverses.

FINAL REPORT

In 2021, Addison posted a 100-catch season with 1500 yards receiving and 17 TD's. Addison became the unquestioned star of the Pitt Panther's 2021 offense. Addison has since transferred to the USC Trojans to play with new Trojan Head Coach Lincoln Riley who left Norman for L.A. in the offseason. Addison will be a preseason Heisman Trophy candidate and a favorite to bring home the Biletnikoff Trophy as the nation's best receiver in 2022.

Primary scout:

Brandon Lundberg

KEY STRENGTHS

Agility

Route Running

Hands

KEY WEAKNESSES

Size

Postional Versatility

Physicality

PLAYER COMPARISONS

Stefan Diggs

Tyler Lockett

Emmanuel Sanders

KEY POSITIONAL FACTOR GRADES

Ball SKills (Very Good)

Route Running (Very Good)

After The Catch (Elite)

KNOWN INJURIES