Binjimen Victor

WR, Ohio State

  • Conf Big Ten - East
  • Jersey #9
  • Class Senior
  • HT 6'4"
  • DOB 01/15/1997
  • WT 199 lbs
ANALYST'S REPORTS

Marino

Crabbs

    PROS: Tall and long with a huge catch radius that he knows how to maximize given his ball skills and alpha mentality to “go get it”. Makes some impressive grabs with full extension and plucks the football outside of his frame.Wingspan is massive. Illustrates good concentration to haul in the football through traffic. Surprising amount of ability to make defenders miss in space and he can break tackles. Consistent production down the field. Has good flexibility in his upper half to contort his frame at the catch point. 

    CONS:  Leggy and high cut. Spindly frame and he lacks play strength. Press corners in the NFL are going to eat him up. Elongated releases with minimal urgency are concerning. Routes aren’t crisp and he isn’t deceptive. Stop/start ability and agility are underwhelming. Not immune to drops. 

    BEST TRAIT - Catch Radius

    WORST TRAIT - Play Strength 

    RED FLAGS - None

    Ohio State wide receiver Binjimen Victor enters the NFL with modest production as a Buckeye but his flashes of big play potential are exciting. Victor offers a massive catch radius with good ball skills and a surprising amount of post-catch ability. With that said, Victor is built like a pencil with disappointing play strength and poor route running skills. Victor has appealing physical upside but he’s underdeveloped in critical areas so patience is required. 

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