Ricardo Louis is a versatile wide receiver, willing to contribute to the run game and to special teams as a kick returner. Louis amassed 1.338 receiving yards and eight touchdowns over his career at Auburn.
He also added 578 rushing yards and two rushing touchdowns.
During his senior year, Louis was given the opportunity to shine as the team’s number one receiver with his most productive season to date.
Weight: 215 lbs
Louis has impressive speed and a good build for the NFL. His quickness allows him to gain separation on defenders and grab more yardage. He has demonstrated the ability to contribute as both a running and receiving option, and to step in on special teams and make an impact.
Louis is a great deep threat and has proven himself to be a versatile playmaker. His numbers have also steadily improved over his years at Auburn.
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Ricardo Louis can not be relied on to make the tough catches when the ball is thrown his way and will need to develop more reliable hands to be a contributor in the league. Louis could also use improvement as a route runner, and should work on gaining better separation from defenders.
He was unable to post remarkable numbers as a receiver, despite a steady increase in production and the lack of competition at the his position.
Despite his above-average physicality, Ricardo Louis is lacking a lot of crucial pieces desired in pro-ready wide receivers. He will need to address his routes and the reliability of his hands to succeed at the next level.
An impressive 4.43 at the NFL Combine may be enough to draw attention from teams looking for a deep threat who can contribute at several positions, but it likely won’t be enough to hoist Louis into even a late-round pick discussion.