6’0″, 192 lbs
Arm Length: 32-1/2″
Hand Size: 9-1/4″
40-YD Dash: 4.5
+Runs good routes and sells fakes well
+Great stop-start ability and can change directions quickly
+Consistently gets good separation and gets behind defenders
+Can go across the middle, make the tough catches, and isn’t afraid to take contact
+Good at picking up yards after the catch
+Named to Director’s Honor Roll at UGA and was Academic Achievement honoree in 2012
– In UGA’s biggest game of 2012 against the Florida Gators, King was held without a catch, breaking a streak of 22 straight games with a catch.
-Suffered a season-ending ankle injury in 2008, his freshman year. Later redshirted.
-Decent run-blocker in college. Can he block at NFL level?
-Doesn’t offer anything in return game
Draft Projection: 4th-5th Round
Over the last four years, King has become one of the best big play threats in the SEC but hasn’t put it together for one dominant season yet. Georgia has one of the best quarterback prospects in the country in Aaron Murray, so King has a real shot of being a big time performer. He has averaged 20.9, 18.7, and 15.0 yards per reception in the last three seasons, but really broke out in 2011 with 47 receptions for 705 yards and eight touchdowns. Despite losing to Michigan State in the Outback bowl, King blew up with six receptions for 205 yards and a touchdown, averaging over 30 yards per reception. Michigan State’s defense wasn’t exactly a slouch in 2011, so that kind of performance is going to turn heads. King has good speed and is one of the top senior wide receiver prospects available.