Chuba - Demarco Murray. Murray ran a 4.41 at the combine, is also very similar in size to CH. Murray was 6-0, 190 pounds his freshman year, which is very close to Hubbard’s 6-1, 190 pounds he was listed at as a freshman. Murray entered the NFL at 6-0, 213, which I think would be an ideal weight for Hubbard who is listed at 207. Also, both participated in the return game in college. Both guys also are incredibly smooth runners, doesn’t always look like they are moving fast but they always are, both physical when needed.
Tylan - Nelson Agholor and Donald Driver. Agholor and TW are very similar in size. I went back and looked at Agholor’s measurements from his sophomore season at USC, and they are exactly what Wallace’s are currently, 6-0, 185. Wallace lines up primarily at outside receiver, which is also where Agholor played the majority of his college career. The Eagles moved Agholor to the slot. However, he has moved back to the outside at times, especially when there are injuries. Similarly to Agholor, I could see Wallace possessing this versatility and excelling both inside and outside at the next level. Both guys are good route runners and great at making contested catches.
As for the Driver comp, both guys are similar in size. Driver may be faster than TW, but both players are physical, and know how to go up and make a catch. I really like this comp for Wallace. The Agholor one was something I wrote last season, but I think I like the Driver one more now.
Dillion Stoner - Jarvis Landry. Both guys are leaders. Landry was named an LSU season long team captain in 2013 and we’ve seen Stoner named team captain fairly frequently and his leadership shows on the field. Both guys have excellent hands and are great route runners. Landry and Stoner both aren’t afraid to go over the middle and take a hit to make a catch. Neither have elite speed, but are still deep threats due to their body positioning and overall athleticism. Both guys are also solid blockers. Landry also lined up both inside and outside and we’ve seen Stoner do that this year.
Jelani - Jack Doyle. Both guys are around 6’6/6’7 and 260+. Neither guy has elite speed, but solid route runners with athleticism, along with being big, powerful runners after the catch. Both are great blockers in the run game. Doyle might be one of the best in the nfl in that aspect at the TE position, and Jelani has shown significant improvement in that area this year.