The Good: A tall, well-built receiver who shows good foot speed and coordination in and out of his breaks for his size. Does a nice job using his body to shield defenders and loves to attack the ball downfield. Has a good burst out of his stance and gets on defenders quickly. Is physical after the catch and tough for corners to bring down. A willing, strong blocker who exhibits good hands on all levels of the field. The Bad: He isn't the most natural of receivers and still lets the ball get into his body. Isn't as physical as you'd like in jump-ball situations. Lacks the speed and explosion down the field to consistently separate deep.
Positives: Has excellent size and stature. Strong and physical. Can power off the line and beat press coverage. Good leaping ability with long, 34-inch arms - skies for the ball. Plays big in big games and carried the offense the second half of the season. Runs hard after the catch. Good competitive speed. Shows the toughness to work across the middle and catch in traffic. Aggressive blocker who hits with authority and will deliver some head-snapping crack-back blocks. Has played defense in prevent situations and shows striking ability. Very competitive and confident and works hard. Carries a swagger. Is a 400-pound bench-presser. Excellent career production. Negatives: Inconsistent hands - not quick-handed and makes some concentration drops. Does not have great instincts or football intelligence. Does not always use his natural strength to power through press coverage like he is capable of doing. Does not possess elite speed to separate down the field. Can be demonstrative if the ball is not thrown his way. Character and coachability questions could be limiting. Summary: A big, strong West Coast receiver in a similar mold as Terrell Owens and Brandon Marshall, Britt could develop into a great pro if he can learn to focus and not be a distraction. Possesses the size, play strength, competitiveness and toughness to become a go-to receiver like he was in college when he was extremely productive despite having coverage often rolled his way and having to play with an inaccurate quarterback. Grade: Borderline first-round talent.