Teams searching for a height-weight-speed wide receiver prospect with upside on Day 3 of the draft should have their eyes on Fehoko come Saturday. Measuring in at 6-4, 222 pounds, Fehoko earned a 91 athleticism score with an impressive pro-day performance that included a 4.43 40, 1.59-second 10-yard split and 6.78-second three-cone. A shortened Pac-12 season in 2020 due to COVID-19 kept the redshirt sophomore from accumulating more production in the passing game (37 catches, 574 yards). However, a closer look at his efficiency metrics tells a more nuanced story. Fehoko set a school record as a redshirt freshman, averaging 23.6 yards per reception (566 yards on 24 catches). Between 2005 and 2020, there have been six receivers in our historical combine data set to enter the draft with a 90-plus athleticism score, 70-plus production score and weigh in at more than 220 pounds: Calvin Johnson, Julio Jones, Donte Moncrief, DK Metcalf, Miles Boykin and Chase Claypool. Fehoko would be No. 7.