Jordan Addison



skyfire322: Addison has been considered one of the top prospects coming out of college and for a good reason. The 2021 Biletnikoff Award winner made waves during his sophomore season at Pitt but transferred to USC for his Junior year. While his numbers declined, he still led the Trojans in receptions, yards, and TDs. He has world-class route-running capability, has stellar footwork, and easily creates separation at all levels. While he had an 11.5% drop rate in his final year at Pitt, that number dropped drastically to 3%, which was the second lowest in the 2023 draft class. Addison is also very football smart, studies the playbook and film day and night and is well disciplined. That said, He has a small catch radius and tends to catch more with his body. His smaller frame makes it easier for longer and larger CBs to bully him, and he is a bit weaker in press coverage, as well. Addison’s poor results during the combine and pro day certainly lowered his draft stock and showed more of his weaknesses. Despite his weaknesses, he is an elite slot receiver and will easily be a Day 1 starter for any team..


Rank 28
Round Early 2nd
Name Jordan Addison
Position WR
School USC
Height 6‘0“
Weight 175 lbs


Receptions 59
Receiving Yards 875
Yards per Catch 14.8
Receiving TDs 8


Hand Size 8.8
Arm Length 30.9
Forty Yard Dash 4.5
Bench Reps 0
Vertical Leap 34.0
Broad Jump 122
Three Cone Drill 0.0
Shuttle 0.0

Rankings on Various Big Boards

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