Schwartz is a big play waiting to happen on the football field due to his long speed. He's not a refined route-runner and often seems like he's running half speed through his routes. Lacks twitch or snap at the top of his breaks and CFB DBs are typically able to keep up with him in the intermediate routes. Used frequently in-motion and given passes behind the line of scrimmage. Wins more with momentum than elite burst or agility. When he's able to build up a head of steam, he's hard to catch up with. However, when he's asked to create in small windows and shift side to side, he has a hard time getting going. Needs to improve on this for the role he'll be asked to play in the NFL due to his size.Solid hands. Struggled with some bad ball placement from the QB, but that's hardly his fault. Good hand-eye coordination, but won't be the type of player to bring in highlight reel catches. Won't be able to go up and get it at the next level, but he is able to hang onto the ball through contact well. Could be used over the middle of the field to reel in catches in those tight windows. Good RAC ability if he's able to build up momentum. Won't be able to start/stop incredibly well, so he'll have to be used creatively to get the most out of his skillset.Very few examples on tape of him facing press coverage. Often aligning in the slot or being used pre-snap in motion. Able to create separation on slot fades nicely, but if he's lined up on a bigger corner in the NFL, he's going to have a hard time staying on top of his route timing due to his lack of size, strength, and agility. Used sparingly downfield in the games I watched and the ball placement was too difficult to get a good sense of Schwartz's deep ball tracking ability. Phenomenal long speed and should be one of the fastest in the 40-yard dash this draft cycle. Could be a useful field stretching option for a NFL team. Overall, Schwartz is a depth receiver at the next level that could flash from time to time as a spark plug for an offense. He needs to improve his route-running technique to be more of a threat than just running 9-routes deep downfield and trying to open up things underneath. Most likely a Day 3 pick.