2016 NFL Draft: Prospects to watch during tonight’s college football games

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Dec 6, 2014; Fort Worth, TX, USA; TCU Horned Frogs wide receiver Josh Doctson (9) runs past Iowa State Cyclones defensive back Nigel Tribune (34) during the first half at Amon G. Carter Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Kevin Jairaj-USA TODAY Sports

Player: Josh Doctson, TCU

Position: Wide Receiver

Game Info: TCU vs. Minnesota, Thursday September 3rd at 9:00pm on ESPN

Josh Doctson proved last season that he’s one of the more explosive players in college football. TCU’s up-tempo offensive attack allowed Doctson to put up huge numbers. The expectation is that his production will only increase.

He is a well-rounded player in that he can take the top off a defense, work the underneath routes and make catches in contested situations. This versatility only makes it tougher for defenses to develop a game plan to shutdown Doctson.

His best attribute is his fluid movement skills which allows him to quickly get in and out of his breaks without slowing down. Doctson is a nightmare to handle in man-coverage situations thanks to this sound route running.

The only concern I have is Doctson’s slender frame brings questions on whether or not he can hold up in the more physical NFL.

Doctson is on the 1st round radar and has a chance to be one of the first receivers off the board.

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