The Lions signed Wake Forest WR Sage Surratt as an undrafted free agent. Surratt posted a solid 41-581-4 line as a redshirt freshman in 2018 and was 1 of the most productive receivers in the country in 2019, averaging 7.3 catches, 111 yards and 1.2 TDs across 9 games. A shoulder injury cost him the final 4 games, though, and he opted out of the 2020 campaign. Surratt’s tape gave us all sorts of J.J. Arcega-Whiteside vibes. He’s 6’3, 209 pounds and plays even bigger, consistently making grabs in traffic and in contested situations. But Surratt is painfully slow -- confirmed by his 4.7-second 40 time -- and rarely created separation against college DBs. He looked like an NFL longshot to begin with, and going undrafted doesn’t help his chances. But he at least lands on a weak depth chart in Detroit.
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