BIOGRAPHY: Two-year starter who totaled 9/165/2 in four games as a senior before being sidelined with a right knee injury, which required surgery to repair. Also suffered an injury on the same knee prior to his sophomore campaign. Junior-year totals included 34/451/3.
POSITIVES: Nice-sized pass-catcher who displays a lot of natural skills. Plays with good body control. Gets up in a crowd and comes down with the ball. Uses his frame to protect the pass and makes the difficult catch in a crowd. Tracks the deep ball, adjusting and effortlessly making the reception in stride. Displays good timing and anticipation. Sturdy receiver who can take a pounding.
NEGATIVES: Lacks the second gear and top-end speed. Marginal skills running after the reception. Not an intense route-runner.
ANALYSIS: Prior to his injury last season, Paysinger was a solid developmental prospect after showing improvement on the football field. He could find a home as a fourth receiver, but he is a medical risk.