BIOGRAPHY: Two-year starter awarded all-Conference honors after his senior and junior campaign. Led the team in receiving as a senior,
posting career numbers of 56/1,056/9 while also averaging 18.1 yards on 17 punt returns with two more scores. Junior receiving
totals included 24/415/6 and a 32 yard average on 21 kick returns, which ranked him second nationally.
POSITIVES: Bolden was a reserve for most of his college career and comes off a breakout campaign last year. Flying under the radar screen,
he is a potential late-round selection who could help a team in their return game while also being productive as a fifth receiver.
NEGATIVES: Lacks the desired size at receiver, struggles in battles and loses out to larger defensive backs. Does not show the second
ANALYSIS: Explosive, game changing ball-handler with a good degree of upside. Quickly releases off the snap into routes, plays with
excellent body control, and effectively uses the sidelines. Adjusts to the errant throw, extends his hands to make the reception
away from his frame, and quickly transitions from making the catch to running after the reception. Elusive handling the ball,
creates yardage and very effective as a return specialist or when running after the reception. Extends in a crowd and grabs
the fastball from the air. Effortlessly makes the reception downfield without breaking stride and displays both focus and