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Troy Franklin

WR

Oregon

Troy Franklin

HT:

6030

WT:

180

YR:

JR

NO:

11

OVR RK

45

POS RK

CEILING POTENTIAL

11

Mid-Level Starter Potential

OVR RK

SCOUTING REPORT

Troy Franklin is a 6-foot-3, 178-pound wide receiver who is entering his junior season at Oregon. He is a dynamic playmaker with the speed, athleticism, and ball skills to be a game-changer. He is also a polished route runner who can create separation from defenders. He needs to improve his blocking and durability, but he has the potential to be a first-round pick.

Primary scout:

Brandon Lundberg

PLAYSTYLE & SCHEME FIT

Troy Franklin is a talented wide receiver with the speed, athleticism, and ball skills to be a star in the NFL. He would fit well in any offensive scheme, but he would be especially effective in a West Coast offense that relies on timing and precision. He would also be a good fit for an offense that uses a lot of screens and other short passes. Franklin has been compared to several receivers, but some of his most similar comparisons include Devonta Smith, Chris Olave, and Jordan Addison. These receivers are known for their speed, athleticism, and route-running ability. Franklin can potentially be a first-round pick in the NFL Draft, but he must improve his blocking and durability.

KEY STRENGTHS

Speed & Athleticism

Ball Skills

Route Running

KEY WEAKNESSES

Blocking

Lean Build

Physicality

PLAYER COMPARISONS

Chris Olave

Jordan Addison

DeVonta Smith

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