2019 NFL Draft: 6 Notable Prospects Missing From the Combine
Jesper Horsted, WR, Princeton
While playing in the Ivy League over the last two years, big-bodied wide receiver Jesper Horsted set the scoring record at Princeton with 27 touchdown receptions in 20 games. During that time, Horsted averaged 82 receptions and more than 1,100 receiving yards per season. At the East-West Shrine Game, Horsted made plays at practice and secured a deep pass in the game.
Horsted was also recruited by schools to play baseball and looks like it on this one-handed catch. So if he's athletic at 6'4", 215 to 225 pounds, perhaps a transition to becoming a "move" tight end is in order. The number Horsted weighs in at for Princeton's pro day could be very telling as to what direction he's looking to take in an effort to make it at the next level.