40-Yard Dash: 4.52 (56th percentile)
Height-adjusted Speed Score (HaSS): 95.2 (51st-percentile)
Burst Score: 134.7 (96th percentile)
Agility Score: 11.45 (18th percentile)
Catch Radius: (71st percentile)
Best Comparable: Justin Hunter
Malachi Dupre is a confounding wide receiver prospect. On one hand, he was not a prolific producer at LSU amassing only 98 receptions, 1609 yards and 14 during his three-year career. On the other hand, he is an intriguing athlete comparing most favorably to Justin Hunter according to PlayerProfiler.com.
One could rationalize his poor cumulative statistics to offensive philosophy and poor quarterback play during his collegiate career. His 32.3-percent College Dominator Rating positions him in an acceptable 57th-percentile of NFL wide receivers. The dominator rating at PlayerProfiler.com measures Malachi Dupre’s share of team yards and touchdowns. His 18.9 Breakout Age places him in the 91st-percentile and points to a young, productive player.
Dupre’s average 4.52 40-yard dash and subsequent 95.2 Height-adjusted Speed Score (HaSS) place him in the 57th and 51st-percentile respectively. However, a 134.7 (96th-percentile) Burst Score highlights his athleticism. Dupre’s burst, along with his 10.12 (71st-percentile) Catch Radius, can help alleviate some of the apprehension of his poor quantitative statistics.
Dupre has the requisite size and athletic ability to play the split end/X position at the next level. Dupre’s lack of college production, despite the dominator rating, leaves many wanting more. NFL teams, as well as dynasty owners, would do well to stay away from Dupre on draft night. Friends don’t let friends draft Dupre.