BIOGRAPHY: Led Virginia in receiving last season, totaling 58/723/5 while also averaging 18.3 yards on 15 kick returns. Suffered a knee
injury during spring drills in 2007, and missed the entire season. Broke into the starting lineup as a true sophomore in 2006
and initially led the team in receiving with 52/582/4.
POSITIVES: Ogletree is a solid college receiver with no single outstanding trait to his game. Coming off a knee injury of 2007, he should
have stayed for his senior season at Virginia. Ogletree presently grades out as a late round pick/fifth receiver at the next
NEGATIVES: Unnecessarily lets the pass inside him and does too much body-catching. Not a sturdy receiver and loses out in battles. Seems
to disappear from games at times.
ANALYSIS: Quick receiver with an inconsistent game. Runs solid routes, gets separation from defenders and consistently finds the open
spot on the field. Displays good eye/hand coordination, looks the pass into his hands, and shows good awareness on the field.