The Oklahoma wideout will drag a host of red flags with him to the NFL after a tumultuous rise to this point.
He also nearly died as the result of a ruptured intestine suffered during a high school football game.
He’s also a solid target near the sideline — his high-level footwork, which he suggests was honed from childhood rock fights, helps keep him in bounds to catch passes thrown to his far shoulder.
He lacks the mass to shield cornerbacks from the ball in short-field situations, plus he has trouble on jump-ball routes.
He’s added to one of the better wide receiving corps in the NFL and will likely have to fight for playing time, but adds explosive ability to a team that needs to generate offense.