Two-year starter after transferring from North Dakota to Northern Illinois. First Team All-MAC in 2016 after making 87 receptions for 1,156 yards and eight touchdowns. Was named Second Team All-MAC in 2015 with 1,129 yards and 10 scores on 73 catches.
Ultra-productive college receiver with marginal quickness and speed for the next level. Battles with his hands to separate from defenders, settles into the open spot of the field and shows good hand-eye coordination. Possesses a sense of timing, gets vertical to high-point passes over opponents and is a consistent hand-catcher. Adjusts to the errant throw while looking the ball in and wins out for contested passes. Gives effort blocking downfield and gets results.
Lacks overall quickness, shows no burst and is more of a one-speed receiver. Does not come off the line quickly.
Golladay was a productive college receiver who possesses good size, but his lack of quickness and speed is a concern. He could be a solid possession receiver who lines up in the slot, and next-level coaches will love his blocking.