Scouting Report

The Bears selected Delaware receiver Jamin Elliot in the sixth round (203 overall). The 5-11, 190 pounder ran the forty-yard dash in 4.55 seconds.

STATS & BIO: Athletic receiving prospect and a successful triple jumper on his school's track team. Finished his senior campaign with 30/514/17.1/3 after a breakout junior year with numbers of 58/1,337/23/8, garnering All-Conference honors. Led the team in receiving as a sophomore with 47/850/18.5/4. Productive special teams player throughout college.

THE GOOD: Nice sized wide out best as an intermediate range receiver. Fluid, agile and adjusts to the pass in mid-air, reaching back to grab the errant throw. Comes back to the ball, helps out his quarterback and works to keep the play in bounds after the catch, trying to pick up positive yardage. Not a blazer but above average playing speed and also translates his jumping ability from track and field onto the gridiron.

THE BAD: Gets lazy with the fundamentals; double catches or bobbles easy throws and not one that is going to break it down the field.

THE SKINNY: Took a step back as a senior, which will prevent him from getting drafted.

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