There are a lot of underrated receivers in the 2015 NFL Draft that dynasty owners must get familiar. Sure, I well aware of the bad rap USC receivers earned for themselves in the past ten years or so. While Nelson Agholor is no Robert Woods or Marquise Lee, this receiver is a threat to score every time he touches the ball. Unlike most wide outs in this class, Agholor can play any receiver spot as well as return the ball on both punts and kickoffs. After viewing three of his games against Colorado, California, and Arizona State, I thought it was clear that he could make a major impact in the NFL.
WR Nelson Agholor, USC 6’ 0” 198 lbs.
Cons: The receiver didn’t face much physical coverage during his college career and was left mostly uncovered split out wide. When he got pressed at the line and running routes, Agholor got disrupted and took a few steps to get back on track. This lack of physicality might cause him to work mostly in the slot and return game. He is a decent run blocker, but needs to be more consistent to stay on the field all three downs.