Sage Surratt is one of those people that seems to be naturally good at pretty much everything - he was even slated to go to Harvard before deciding to focus on football.
Sage had an impressive 2019 season (though cut slightly short by injury) where over just 9 games he had 66 catches for over 1000 yards and 11 touchdowns. He then decided to opt-out of the 2020 season (which may or may not have been the best move for him) and so teams are going to be making a call based on relatively small sample size.
He is a physical receiver with great ball skills and big soft hands - that is not afraid to fight for the ball. Isn't the fastest player (4.59 in the 40) and that will limit what he is able to do in the NFL when facing extremely fast and athletic cornerbacks, but could probably carve himself out a nice role as a starting possession receiver.
The younger brother of Chazz Surratt, one of the top linebacker prospects in this year's draft. We think he's likely to be picked in the third round.