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The Good: Arrington is a fast, agile receiver whose fine hands and body control give him a chance to develop into an NFL starter with further development. He has the speed to get open deep and the leaping ability to go up for a pass. Arrington is particularly dangerous on fade patterns, where his size and leaping ability give him a huge advantage.
The Bad: Arrington needs to run better routes and show the ability to come out of his breaks more quickly. He didn't work out in the NFL Scouting Combine and ran disappointing times in Michigan's Pro Day.
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