There are a few wide receivers in the 2020 NFL Draft class who are the poster children for raw statistics not telling the full story of a player’s college production. We can add Jalen Reagor to that list. Despite TCU’s passing offense ranking No. 52, No. 87 and No. 90 in descending order in his time there, Reagor still balled out. He recorded an average College Dominator Rating of 32.0-percent over his three college seasons, while averaging an impressive 26.7-percent average receiving yardage market share.
If Percy Harvin were 20-pounds heavier without migraine issues and came into the NFL 10 years later, he would be Jalen Reagor. That’s a player I want to make sure I leave my rookie drafts with if I’m picking near the back half of the first round. He’s a locked-in Top 5 wide receiver on PlayerProfiler’s rookie rankings who recorded an elite 18.7 (95th-percentile among qualified wide receivers) Breakout Age and is a threat to score from anywhere on any play.