BIOGRAPHY: Three-year starter who posted career-high numbers of 54/758/5 as a senior after 37/439/1 the previous year. Suffered a serious knee injury catching passes at the combine.
POSITIVES: Nice-sized pass-catcher who consistently makes the difficult reception in a crowd. Athletic, plays with good body control, and gets vertical to out-jump opponents for the ball. Exposes himself to the big hit, flashes strong hands, and plucks the pass from the air. Displays good eye/hand coordination, makes the catch away from his frame, and physically beats defenders to come away with the ball.
NEGATIVES: Possesses marginal quickness and speed. Loses concentration and lets some catchable passes slip through his hands. Lacks intensity as a blocker. Has been prone to injury in the past and must now rehabilitate a surgically repaired knee. Struggles against big opponents and easily pushed off the line. Slow locating the ball and not instinctive. Does not consistently play hard.
ANALYSIS: Fagg possesses the physical skills to be a productive receiver at the next level, yet he has never been much more than an average player in college. The knee injury he suffered at the combine now makes it even harder for him to succeed in the NFL.