Jaylen Waddle

WR

Alabama

Jaylen Waddle

HT:

5010

WT:

182

YR:

JR

NO:

OVR RK

OVR RK

7

POS RK

3

FINAL GRADE

Instant Impact

CEILING

PLAYSTYLE AND SCHEME FIT

PASS GAME ANALYSIS

RUN GAME ANALYSIS

FINAL REPORT

Waddle is a versatile athlete; he can line up anywhere on the field. He is by far the most difficult player to defend in the 2021 NFL Draft. DB's struggle to get their hands on him at the line of scrimmage, and while in coverage, they often are left behind in his wake. His route running ability and precise cuts allow him to get separation from DB's. Unlike Ruggs (many compare to Ruggs), Waddle is not just a straight-line speed player who relies on downfield throws; he is effective at all levels displaying great hands, and can high point the football with ease. He might be the next Tyreek Hill in the NFL (not a comp, or even a guarantee); Waddle is an undersized player yet possesses top-level NFL WR traits. It would be best if you always had an extra set of eyes on him (help defender). Waddle wins one on one with ease. Waddle could quickly become the top WR in this draft once we look back in hindsight.

Primary scout:

Brandon Lundberg

KEY STRENGTHS

KEY WEAKNESSES

PLAYER COMPARISONS

Grade Scale

 

(Instant Impact Potential)

(9.0-7.0) High-End Starter

 

(High Upside Potential)

(6.9-6.7) Solid Starter Level

 

(Developmental Potential)

(6.6-6.5) Low-Level Starter

(6.4) Starter Level Potential

(6.3) Limited Opportunity/Displays Starter Level Traits When Given the Opportunity

 

(Role Player Potential)

(6.2) Situational Starter/System Dependent/Role Player

(6.1-6.0) High-Level Backup/Developmental Starter Traits

(5.9) Career Backup Level

(5.8) Potential Backup Level/Needs Development To Become a #2

(5.7) Depth Player/#3 Level Depth Player

 

(Practice Squad Potential)

(5.6-5.5) Depth Player/#4 Level Depth Player/Practice Squad

(5.0-5.4) Priority Free Agent