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Parker Washington

WR

Penn State

Parker Washington

HT:

WT:

YR:

NO:

OVR RK

42

POS RK

7

FINAL GRADE

(High Upside Potential)

5010

212

RSO

3

CEILING

(High Upside Potential)

OVR RK

PLAYSTYLE AND SCHEME FIT

Slot receiver, play action RPO based scheme

PASS GAME ANALYSIS

Washington is an after-the-catch savant who transitions into a running back in the open field, where he can make defenders miss or absorb and bounce off of contact, creating extra yards. He possesses high-level ball skills that can leave you in awe, and at 5-10 210lbs, Washington has a reported 38in vertical he can deploy to high point the football. At the NFL level, Washington projects as a full-time slot receiver. He will need to diversify his route tree at the NFL level.

RUN GAME ANALYSIS

In the run game, Washington will be used on jet sweeps consistently. He could line up in the backfield when you want to gain a mismatch. He is a willing blocker who loves to compete. His versatility is what separates him in a less-than-stellar WR class. He is also a capable kick and punt return specialist.

FINAL REPORT

Parker Washington provides elite versatility. He projects as a slot receiver at the next level, and if paired with a creative offensive mind, he will be fun to watch on jet sweeps and out of the backfield. His after-the-catch ability is where Washington will make his money in the league. Getting the ball to him in space where he can make defenders miss in one-on-one situations is why you draft a player like Washington. To become an elite WR1 in the NFL, he will need to continue diversifying his route running.

Primary scout:

Brandon Lundberg

KEY STRENGTHS

After The Catch

Ball Skills

Special Teams

KEY WEAKNESSES

Route Tree

Built Like RB

Ceiling

PLAYER COMPARISONS

Golden Tate

Amari Rodgers

Keith Mumphery

KEY POSITIONAL FACTOR GRADES

Ball Skills (Near Elite)

Route Running (Above Average)

After The Catch (Elite)

KNOWN INJURIES

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