Scouts Inc. on WR Jarvis Landry

The Miami Dolphins drafted former LSU wide receiver Jarvis Landry in the second round with the No. 63 overall pick. Many draft experts, including ESPN’s Todd McShay, praised the pick and believes Landry could be one of the best values in this draft.

What kind of impact will Landry make his rookie year? Let's take an in-depth look at Landry’s scouting report via Scouts Inc.

“Excellent focus and natural hand-eye coordination. Has very good body control to adjust. Comes down with more than his share of 50-50 balls. Excellent job competing for ball in traffic and strong hands to secure. Makes tough catches over his head look easy. … Has slightly above average height and adequate top-end speed. Not an explosive vertical threat or a make-you-miss runner after catch. Will take jump balls away from defenders vertically. Will spring long runs with his downfield blocking.”

Landry is expected to compete for the inside slot position this year. There is a deep competition brewing in the slot between Landry, Brandon Gibson and Rishard Matthews.