BIO: Former receiver that posted career receiving numbers as a senior with 22/337/1. Very limited playing time his first three seasons on the field and only caught two passes as a junior.
POSITIVES: Unheralded prospect with a lot of potential for the next level. Sized well yet a fluid pass-catcher that displays solid hands. Uses his large frame to shield defenders away, out-muscles opponents and comes away with the tough grab. Above average awareness, Extends for the difficult grab and runs well after the reception.
NEGATIVES: Rarely used as a blocker and not overly involved in the passing offense. Started two games in his college career.
ANALYSIS: After a breakout senior season, Kranchick enters the April draft as one of the better hidden gems in the whole event. His size, athleticism and pass-catching skills combine to give him great value in the NFL. Could yield solid long-term results.