With their final pick of the 2014 NFL Draft, the San Diego Chargers added one of the most electrifying athletes available in Tevin Reese. The Baylor wide receiver was taken with the 240th overall selection.
Here is part of the scouting report on Reese from NFL.com
Also starred in track as a Texas prep. High school teammate of Lache Seastrunk. Greyshirted in 2009. Worked as an inside receiver for the Bears. Played all 13 games in 2010, starting four, and recorded 45 receptions for 401 yards (8.9-yard average) and no touchdowns. Started 7 of 13 games in 2011 and had 51 catches for 877 yards (17.2) and seven TDs. Played all 13 games in 2012, starting the final 12, and had 53 catches for 957 yards (18.1) and nine TDs. Non-start was season opener against SMU when the Bears began with two tight ends. Started 8 of 9 games played in 2013, managing 38 catches for 867 yards (22.8) and eight TDs before he broke his right wrist against Oklahoma; missed four games and did not start against Central Florida in the Fiesta Bowl. Also had 11 career rushes for 136 yards (12.4) and no touchdowns.
Boasts freakish athleticism, including rare leaping ability. Explodes off the line. Fast and sudden. Turns over fluid stride with length and frequency. Stretches the field vertically. Tracks and adjusts to throws and displays terrific body control. Catches easily -- snatches throws out of the air. Good short-area quickness. Darts upfield after the catch. Playmaking ability -- averaged 19.4 yards per catch the last three seasons. Paced all receivers at the combine with a 41-inch vertical jump and tied for the longest broad jump at 11 feet.
Thin, underdeveloped, confident, field-fast receiver with soft hands. Was a playmaker in a prolific spread offense.
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