Surratt's an overall solid athlete that had the size to win on the outside in college. He primarily lined up out wide, but also kicked inside from time to time, which might be his best projection at the next level. He shows a solid understanding of technique and how to set up defenders. Not the overall most refined route runner and is not going to consistently create separation in the NFL, but has the tools to compensate for that. Has enough agility to set up defenders at the LOS in release and then get on top of them in the route. However, might not be able to do that routinely against NFL corners.Fantastic hands and reels in nearly everything in his catch radius. Able to hold onto the ball well through contact and understands how to create windows of separation at the catch point. Thrives in being able to separate without getting flagged for it. Decent RAC ability, but this won't be his best attribute in the NFL. Can pick up yardage if he's given open space, but doesn't have the overall athleticism to be viewed as a true RAC threat. Able to get defenders to flip their hips, but might not have the true acceleration and burst required to take advantage of it against NFL corners. Might be best being moved into a big slot role in the NFL. Excellent at tracking the ball deep downfield and being able to adjust and get his hands up at the last second. Doing this doesn't allow the defender to telegraph the throw and get his hands into the catch point.Good, but not great, speed. Could pick up chunk gains if he's schemed open, but won't be able to blow by defenders. Overall, Surratt has the makings of a great big slot receiver in the NFL. He has the size to win on the outside, but the athleticism might not be there. It's been a while since we've seen him on the field due to opting out in 2020, but he certainly has the talent to make an impact in the NFL.