Rodgers is a dynamic slot presence for an offense that can also be a three level threat. While he's not a refined route-runner in the sense of elite twitch or understanding of in-depth nuances, he's excellent at what he's asked to do. He can operate on touch passes to bubble screens to slants out of the slot. Also has the IQ to be able to identify the weak spots in zones and sit in them for his QB. Great burst and agility in short areas. Able to put the brakes on quickly and then accelerate back to full speed very quickly. Great hands. Only one drop on tape and consistently able to reel in tougher catches. Might struggle over the middle of the field if there's a defender draped over him that's a bit bigger. But able to go up and highpoint the football deep downfield surprisingly well for a player of his size. Great after the catch. Able to keep his legs driving and break through contact easily. Shifty and will be used frequently as a chain mover at the next level. Will very rarely face press coverage due to his role in the slot, but did succeed in the rare examples of facing press on the outside in college. Able to locate the football well while it's in the air and make the adjustment to put himself in the best position to make a play. May not always come down with it, but able to locate the ball well. Good, but not elite, top-end speed. Will be more than serviceable in the NFL, but won't be known for his breakaway speed. Moreso for his burst and agility in short windows. Overall, Rodgers should be an excellent slot receiver in the NFL.