Jefferson offers a rare combination of size and athleticism and quickly ascended into a starting role, starting 10 games in his first year at the position, including the second game of the season.
While seeing action in all 25 of Rutgers' games from 2010-11, Jefferson had 22 catches during that time for 284 yards and a single touchdown. With head coach Greg Schiano off to the NFL in 2012, Jefferson still didn't provide much of an impact in the passing game, finishing with 20 receptions for 168 yards and a single score.
He finished his career with only 47 catches in 50 games, but scouts still see a big, athletic target whose best football may still lie ahead of him.
While Jefferson's upside is intriguing, he remains largely the same player now that he was when he first made the switch,
WEAKNESSES: Unpolished in several areas, and didn't show the expected progression throughout his college career. Lackluster college production. Shows limited strength at the point of attack and rarely gets involved in the passing game.