>>One of the most prolific wide receivers in TCU history was Josh Doctson, number 9. After spending one year at Wyoming, the Texas native returned home and spent the past three years rewriting the TCU record book. In 33 career games at TCU, Doctson finished with 180 receptions for over 2,700 yards, both second in school history.>>Josh Doctson again.>>His 29 career touchdowns is number one. The 6’2″, 200-pound Doctson looks the part of an NFL receiver. A tall athlete with long arms, he shows a knack for outjumping defenders for the ball. Unselfish and dependable, Doctson has proven to be equally adept at running with the ball after the catch. Doctson shows elite athletic ability to adjust to the football and makes all the difficult catches. In the red zone, Doctson uses his size better than any receiver in this year’s draft. In his senior season, Doctson tore up the Big 12. In just 10 games, he caught a school record 79 passes for over 1,300 yards and set another school mark with 14 touchdowns. This fall against Texas Tech, Doctson caught three touchdown passes and set a Horned Frogs record with 267 yards receiving. Doctson was named first team All-American and a finalist for the Biletnikoff Award. In 2014, Doctson was second team All-Big 12 and a finalist for the Earl Campbell Tyler Rose Award, and this year was a semifinalist for the Walter Camp and Maxwell awards. At the combine, Doctson showed scouts and coaches why he’s one of the best receivers in the draft. In the broad jump, he leaped 10’11”, second among wide receivers, and vertical jump of 41″, tops among all wideouts. In the 40-yard dash, he ran a solid 4.5. During passing drills, the former Horned Frog showed excellent body control and great hands in the gauntlet drill. Josh Doctson will likely hear his name called in the first couple of rounds in this year’s draft.>>Thank you for watching this presentation of NFL Network. Watch the National Football League 24 hours a day on NFL Network.