Nov 19, 2011; Winston-Salem, NC, USA; Wake Forest Demon Deacons wide receiver Chris Givens (2) carries the ball during the third quarter against the Maryland Terrapins at BB

Chris Givens Scouting Report WR Wake Forest


Chris Givens WR Wake Forest. US presswire

This is our Chris Givens scouting report. Givens is a productive junior that played his college football at Wake Forest. For all of our other scouting reports check out our scouting report page.


6’0 195 pounds

combine results will be posted when they are available



G Rec. Yards Avg. TD Rec./G Yards/G
13 83 1330 16.02 9 6.4 102.3
G Att Yards Avg. TD Att/G Yards/G
13 14 77 5.50 0 1.08 5.92


G Rec. Yards Avg. TD Rec./G Yards/G
11 35 514 14.69 4 3.2 46.7
Kickoff Returns
G Ret. Yards Avg. TD Ret./G Yards/G
11 24 435 18.13 0 2.2 39.5


His biggest pro right now is that he is a well developed natural route runner who does a good job selling fakes and running routes at the right depth and space along the sidelines..An asset in the vertical passing game….good body control to catch the ball well  and a good vertical leap, attacks the ball really well in the air …Some upside as a return man..has good concentration and creates yards after the catch…


Doesn’t have great size or top end speed….body catches a few too many passes…could struggle against good press corners in the N.F.L….not a lot of upside as a #2 WR and more of a very productive slot WR

Round Projection:

3rd to 4th

Player comparison:

Steve Smith, WR Eagles (Giants). Givens like Smith lacks ideal height, but both have a lot of route running abilities. Givens isn’t afraid to catch the ball in traffic like Smith and could excel as a slot man in the right system like Steve Smith. A serviceable #2 WR, but much better suited as a slot WR



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