Devon Cajuste wasn't drafted but not even one hour after the draft ended, the Cardinal receiver signed a deal with the San Francisco 49ers. The senior wide receiver saw his numbers drop down a bit after a stellar junior campaign, but this was due to a lack of touches not talent. Cajuste accumulated 383 yards and 3 touchdowns this past year.
Cajuste is a unique player because he can play both wideout or tight end due to his size and strength. His 6-4 frame is probably better suited for tight-end, but some teams might work him out as a wide receiver first. Coming from a pro-style run first offense has allowed him to grow as a run blocker. His elite run blocking ability is another reason why he might switch over to the H-back role in the NFL.
Something some scouts are worried about is Cajuste's first step off the line. He doesn't show exemplary speed, at first, but his strength will allow him to separate in press coverage. There are some concerns about Cajuste's athleticism from NFL scouts, but I don't really see it. I mean look at this catch.
Cajuste is a versatile product and another successful graduate of Stanford. The NFL needs to look out for his combination of strength and size. NFL Comparison: Eric Ebron