WR Antoine Wesley NFL Draft Profile - Texas Tech

Wesley could be a Draft standout or he could go undrafted. Find out below.

Antoine Wesley
Texas Tech

Class Year: Junior
Height - 6'3" Weight - 200 lbs
Twitter: @antoine_wesley
Combine Results:
Bench Press – 6 Reps (225 lbs)
Vertical Jump – 37 Inches
Broad Jump – 117.0
Inches 3 Cone Drill – 7.07 Seconds


Wesley sat behind Keke Coutee and Dylan Cantrell, so only has one solid year of tape. He elected to join the Draft when his coach Kliff Kingsbury left for the Cardinals.

He has great hands and runs nice routes. During last season he had 88 catches for 1,410 yards at an average of 16 yards, scoring nine touchdowns. 1,410 yards saw him ranked third in the nation.

Ball tracking skills are impeccable as is his ability to separate from the opposition.

Great in the contest.


Hip surgery in spring of 2018.

Needs to gain some size to be a dominant receiver in the NFL. He is too lanky. Guys of his size usually get drafted later and fail to make an impact.

He lacks speed, he didn’t even compete in the 40-yard dash at the Combine. It’s not a good sign.


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Wesley shows great route running to create separation and score the TD.

Pro Comparison:

Marcell Ateman

Overall Review:

Look for him on Day 3 of the Draft. He has the potential to be a good receiver, but won’t be an every down guy.

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