Collegiate Wide Receiver Production Isn’t Everything, It’s The Only Thing

The NFL combine has come and gone and now we’re left to make sense of what we learned. Who are the risers and fallers? How will the results affect draft positions? And most importantly, does it even matter? The combine regression trees were helpful to figure out which combine drills matter for wide receivers and running backs, and allowed us to identify the 2016 prospects who “won” the combine at the respective positions. That said, a major piece of what we currently know is missing from the combine regression trees: collegiate production. I added collegiate production to the wide receiver combine model to see how production and measurables work in conjunction with each other. This is the result:

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By Kevin Cole | @Cole_Kev | Archive