|As good as the NFL combine began for Jeffery, weighing in at a trim 216 pounds following rumors he ballooned to 250, the rest of the event may play a role in his draft stock dropping significantly. Not only did his interviews reportedly turn teams off, Jeffery inexplicably didn't compete in any of the drills - many scouts wanted to see his 40-yard dash time considering speed isn't his strong suit. Once believed to have a chance at going early in the first round, Jeffery could fall to late in the second. The South Carolina native opted to leave the Gamecocks after his junior season despite barely finishing with half the yards or receptions he had during his breakout sophomore year. What does make him attractive are great hands and long arms along with explosive leaping ability, making him a potentially dangerous red-zone threat and jump-ball type receiver. Some point to the dismissal of quarterback Stephen Garcia midway through the 2011 season as a reason Jeffery wasn't targeted as much. He didn't have a 100-yard game until going for 148 and a touchdown in a Capital One Bowl win over Nebraska, earning MVP honors despite being ejected late in the game for fighting. Jeffery had eight 100-yard games as a sophomore, finishing fourth in the FBS with 1,517 and earning second-team All-America honors. An imposing presence helped him set a school record with 3,042 receiving yards despite playing just three seasons. He certainly doesn't have game-breaking speed and his route-running could use work, but if he starts to properly use his size to his advantage, Jeffery should be able to get good separation at the line.