The Biltkinoff Award semifinalist has found a new home.
After inexplicably falling, the Buffalo Bills selected Oregon State wide receiver Isaiah Hodgins with the 207th pick of 2020 NFL Draft.
Position: Wide receiver
Hometown: Oakley, California
Height: 6’3 5/8"
Weight: 210 pounds
Hand: 9 7/8"
Arm: 33 1/8
Wingspan: 80 4/8
40-yard dash: 4/61
Vertical jump: 36.5
Broad jump: 124.0
Bench press: 9 reps
The junior finished with 86 receptions for 1,171 yards and 13 touchdowns, those single-season numbers rank 5th, 9th, and 2nd in school history, respectively. He ultimately finished as a semifinalist for the Biletnikoff Award which recognized him as one of the nation's elite receivers.
He was named First-Team All-Pac-12 from Associated Press and Phil Steele’s FCS Postseason teams and second-team by Pac-12 Coaches.
What Buffalo is getting in Hodgins
Hodgins uses his nearly 6'4" frame to create an insane catch radius which makes him an elite redzone threat. As a junior, he caught all 12 redzone targets turning into nine Oregon State touchdowns.
Whoever gets Isaiah Hodgins will be getting a steal this late into the draft.— Dylan Mickanen (@DylanMickanen) April 25, 2020
Insane catch radius.
12 redzone targets. 12 catches. 9 touchdowns.
Only three career drops.#GoBeavs pic.twitter.com/vfyPbkvSLH
Throughout his career, he received 156 targets with only three drops. The Bills are getting a playmaker that can make big plays downfield and move the sticks as a possession receiver. And he'll get to learn from Stefon Diggs how to get it done at the next level.