Randall Cobb Scouting Report
Randall Cobb
Randall Cobb - Kentucky (HT: 5-10¼ - WT: 191)
Combine 40: 4.46 - Position Rank: 4 of 60

Positives: Has good game speed, doesn't get chased down from behind very often... Stout build, has a good, solid frame... Gets off the line of scrimmage quickly and avoids jams... Great runner after the catch, elusive in the open field... Very productive player, has rushed for over 1300 yards and 22 touchdowns along with his receiving statistics... Has scored 37 touchdowns over the past three years... Strong intangibles, very hard worker who is respected by both teammates and fans... Contributes all over the field, seemed to be involved in every play, lined up at quarterback, running back, wide receiver, and returned both kicks and punts... Versatility will attract teams on draft day... Will appeal to teams who run the wildcat formation, Kentucky had their own version titled the "WildCobb"... Came to Kentucky as a quarterback and is still learning the position so he should be able to continue to improve.

Negatives: Seems to be more quick than fast... Inconsistent hands, drops some passes that he should be able to catch... Below average route runner, has trouble getting separation in man coverage... Rounds off many of his cuts... When he lines up at running back, he isn't very patient and doesn't set up his blockers well, he also lacks the power to run between the tackles near the goal line... Won't contribute much as a blocker, doesn't have much experience in this area... Not a great leaper and has trouble pin-pointing the ball when he's in the air... Has some injury concerns... Limited upside because of his lack of size and overall technique as a receiver, is more of a situational playmaker.

Season Team   REC YDS AVG LNG TD
  144 1661 11.5 55 13
2008 Kentucky   21 197 9.4 32 2
2009 Kentucky   39 447 11.5 55 4
2010 Kentucky   84 1017 12.1 48 7

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