PROS: Former 4-star recruit who made his presence known in Knoxville right away, as he saw action in six of the Vols games in his true freshman season. Since then he's been a constant starter in Tennessee, going on his third year as a top option for the team.
Speed is the name of the game for Callaway. He's used mostly as the Vols outside wide receiver, and his quick feet and long speed prove to be valuable along the sideline. He's the kind of player who deserves to be on an offense that could utilize him more, as Tennessee is just not very good at getting the ball deep down the field. Can make some crazy catches with both one and two hands. Great when catching through traffic in the air.
CONS: Callaway struggles a bit when he's facing off against more physical coverage. He isn't the biggest outside wide receiver, and though he has active hands when countering press moves, he still struggles to separate from physical coverage. Doesn't have the most diverse route tree, but he has the quick feet to hint that he could become more versatile in the NFL.