Josh Doctson-Wide Receiver- TCU
Size: 6’2 202lbs

Josh Doctson
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Strengths:

  • Smooth receiver
  • Decent speed
  • Able to create separation from corners
  • TD machine
  • Great leaper
  • Strong hands

Analysis: Josh Doctson was the definition of a No.1 WR for TCU after being targeted over 35% of the time. He caught 25 touchdowns the past two seasons, even missing a handful of games due to injury. He is a great vertical leaper, out-jumping opposing defensive backs for the ball and his strong hands allow him to come down with the ball more times than not. Rarely does it get knocked out of his mitts. Josh Doctson has consistent play speed, with good acceleration off of his stutterĀ­-step release. He is able to create late separation down the field with body lean and quiet hand usage.

Weaknesses:

  • Lean at 202lbs, needs to add muscle
  • Played in spread offense that created space for him
  • Needs to show he can handle a physical, press corner
  • Run blocking

Analysis: Josh Doctson was great in the TCU offense, but that does not necessarily translate to NFL offenses. He caught a lot of screens and was rarely jammed at the line in college. When he was, he struggled at times and was knocked off his route. Showed little determination in the run blocking department, but with coaching that should be corrected. He doesn’t have durability issues, but did break his wrist this past November.

Draft Projection: Top 20

NFL Comparison: Marvin Jones

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