(QB) Lamar Jackson, Louisville- The news of Jackson not running at the combine broke my heart. I understood that he did not want to be considered a WR, so he did not give anyone a chance to see his speed.
Not having an agent to tell him otherwise definitely hurt here. The image of him running the 40 would have been on replay for 24 hours. That would have helped generate buzz and build his brand.
He looked uncomfortable dropping back from under center, so it was not shocking to see that he was inaccurate. It will take time, but I am not worried about his potential as an NFL quarterback. He may have dropped to the fifth QB due to the solid performances of the other guys.
(QB) Chase Litton, Marshall- Litton was rarely on target with his throws. He consistently missed routes at each level (slant, outs, fades). Considered to be a late-round prospect, I do not think he will hear his name called and will have to compete to make a practice squad.
(WR) James Washington, Oklahoma State- Washington looked like he was step behind all the other receivers competing on Saturday. His routes were stiff, and he lost body control coming out his breaks. Oklahoma State does not have a deep route-tree, so he will be a developmental prospect as a receiver.
He will be drafted on Day 2 but it will not be as soon as many people think.