Height: 6-4
Weight: 195
40: 4.4
Year: 5Sr

L'Damian Washington

School: Missouri
Position: WR
Positive: Two-year starter who posted career-best numbers of 50 receptions, 893 yards, and 10 TDs last season. Physically gifted pass catcher whose game is on the rise. Flashes big play ability, shows a burst of speed, and is sneaky fast. Lays out or extends to make the difficult reception, possesses relatively reliable hands, and uses his frame to shield away defenders. Makes the difficult over-the-shoulder reception downfield and looks the ball into his hands. Gets up and physically beats defenders to make catches. Gives effort blocking.
Negative: Has been inconsistent in most areas of his game throughout college. Disappears for stretches, drops catchable throws, and gets lazy with his fundamentals. Does not always play to his speed. Average run-after-the-catch skill.
Analysis: Washington showed flashes of big-time ability as a senior and enters the draft with a large amount of upside. He's also a receiver who must learn to consistently play with proper fundamentals and do the little things well to have a long career in the NFL.

Updated 4/30
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