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Name: Jahan Dotson 
College: Penn State     Number: 5
Height: 5-11   Weight: 181
Position: WR  Pos2: KR
Class/Draft Year: Sr/2022

40 Low: 4.36
   40 Time: 4.43
  40 High: 4.48

> Projected Round: 1  Stock:   Projected High: Mid-Late 1st  Low: Early 2nd

Combine Invite: Yes
Height: 5105
Weight: 181

Zybek PD3X AKA "Official"
40 Yard Dash (ET):
 4.43
40 Yard Dash (HH): 4.43
20 Yard (ET): 2.57
20 Yard (HH): 2.50
10 Yard (ET): 1.56
10 Yard (HH): 1.50
225 Lb. Bench Reps: 
Vertical Jump: 36
Broad Jump: 10'01"
20 Yrd Shuttle: 
3-Cone Drill: 7.28
Projected 4.41/+.02/No Full Workout-Choice

Dates: 03/24/22
Hand: 09 1/2  Arm: 30 3/4
Wingspan: 75 1/8

Height: 5105
Weight: 181
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225 Lb. Bench Reps: 15
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 Data Scout Notes: 2021: 2ndC-WR/3rdC-KR...PBiletnikoff...2020: 3rdC-WR/HMC-KR

 Jahan Dotson, Penn State, Player News

  01/03/22 - WR Jahan DotsonSr/2022, Penn State, 5-11, 181 (DS#6 WR) + More +

  2021 ALL-BIG TEN THIRD TEAM (COACHES): Return Specialist Jahan Dotson, Penn State,...The senior owns six career receiving touchdowns of 60 or more yards (86 at Maryland, 2021; 75 and 70 vs. Illinois 2020; 68 vs. Iowa 2020; 60 at Indiana 2020; 72 vs. Purdue, 2019) and 10 receiving touchdown of 40+ yards...Dotson's 15.12 yards per reception in his career are third among current Power Five receivers (minimum 170 catches) and sixth among FBS receivers. - Penn State Football

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  01/02/22 - WR Jahan DotsonSr/2022, Penn State, 5-11, 181 (DS#6 WR) + More +

  2021 ALL-BIG TEN SECOND TEAM (COACHES): WR Jahan Dotson, Penn State,...Dotson, a current semifinalist Walter Camp Player of the Year Award, was also a semifinalist for the Biletnikoff Award and on the watch lists for the Maxwell and Paul Hornung Awards...He is the only wide receiver who is a semifinalist for the Walter Camp Player of the Year Award...Dotson is the only Power Five receiver and one of two FBS receivers with at least 90 receptions, 1,180 yards and 12 touchdowns in their first 12 games of the season, joining Western Kentucky's Jerreth Sterns (127, He is the first Big Ten player since Braylon Edwards (Michigan, 2004) to have at least 90 receptions, 1,180 yards and 12 touchdowns in their first 12 games of the season...Dotson ranks second in the Big Ten in 2021 in receptions (91, 7th nationally), is tied for second in receiving scores (12, T-5th), and is third in receiving yards (1,182, 13th)...The 91 grabs are currently the second-most in a season at Penn State, trailing Allen Robinson (97, 2013) by six, while his 1,182 yards and 101touchdown receptions are second. - Penn State Football

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  11/09/21 - WR Jahan DotsonSr/2022, Penn State, 5-11, 181 (DS#6 WR) + More +

  NOV 8 BIG TEN CO-OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Jahan Dotson, Penn State, WR – Sr. – Nazareth, Pa. – Nazareth Area,...Set career highs in receptions (11) and receiving yards (242), while catching three touchdown passes in Penn State's 31-14 win at Maryland. Set a new Penn State record for receiving yards in a single game, breaking the previous record of 216 set by Deon Butler vs. Northwestern in 2006...Became just the second FBS player this season to record 240-plus receiving yards and at least three receiving touchdowns in a game...Scored touchdowns on receptions of 86, 38 and 21 yards. The 86-yard touchdown in the fourth quarter marked the longest catch of his career...Has now registered 10 games of at least 100 receiving yards in his career, tying Allen Robinson for the second-most 100-yard receiving games in team history...Earns the first Offensive Player of the Week accolade of his career; earned Special Teams Player of the Week honors on Dec. 14, 2020...Last Penn State Offensive Player of the Week: Sean Clifford (Set. 27, 2021). - Big Ten Football

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  11/07/21 - WR Jahan DotsonSr/2022, Penn State, 5-11, 181 (DS#6 WR) + More +

  Jahan Dotson caught 11 passes for a school-record 242 yards and three touchdowns, helping No. 22 Penn State snap a three-game losing streak with a 31-14 victory over Maryland on Saturday night. Sean Clifford threw for 363 yards for the Nittany Lions, including an 86-yard TD strike to Dotson that gave Penn State the lead with 13:55 to play. Dotson also caught scoring passes of 38 and 21 yards. The Terrapins tied it at 14 early in the fourth quarter. A sack knocked Penn State (6-3, 3-3 Big Ten) back 8 yards on the first play of the next drive, but then Clifford found his star receiver over the middle and Dotson outran everyone to the end zone. That was the longest reception of Dotson's Penn State career. The Nittany Lions struggled to put away the Terrapins, but they were able to take advantage of three empty Maryland trips to the red zone.

The Terrapins (5-4, 2-4) were trying to secure bowl eligibility for the first time since 2016. Taulia Tagovailoa passed for 342 yards and a TD, but he took an intentional grounding penalty that knocked Maryland out of field goal range early and fumbled a shotgun snap for a key turnover in the third quarter. Clifford found a very open Dotson deep for the game's opening touchdown in the first. Maryland reached the end zone toward the end of the half on a 2-yard run by Challen Faamatau, but a missed extra point left the Terrapins down 7-6 at the break. Dotson's second touchdown capped a 95-yard scoring drive that made it 14-6. Maryland tied it when Tagovailoa threw a 13-yard touchdown pass to Corey Dyches on the first play of the final quarter, then passed to Chigoziem Okonkwo for the 2-point conversion. After Penn State went ahead 21-14, Dotson provided one more big play - a 45-yard catch-and-run on third-and-8 that set up a field goal. - Penn State/AP College Football


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  09/19/21 - WR Jahan DotsonSr/2022, Penn State, 5-11, 181 (DS#6 WR) + More +

  Clemson and Ohio State slipped to the back of the top 10 in The Associated Press college football poll on Sunday and Penn State jumped four spots to No. 6 after another weekend in which lots of ranked teams had issues. Even No. 1 Alabama. The defending national champion Crimson Tide remained an overwhelming No. 1 after holding on to beat Florida 31-29, Alabama's closest margin of victory during its current 17-game winning streak. The Tide received 59 of 62 first-place votes. No. 2 Georgia, which had no problem with South Carolina, received the other three first-place votes in the AP Top 25, which is presented by Regions Bank. No. 3 Oregon moved up a spot and No. 4 Oklahoma slipped one after a close victory over Nebraska.

Iowa was No. 5 for a second straight week and Penn State has its best ranking since the Nittany Lions were fifth on Nov. 3, 2019. Penn State beat Auburn on Saturday night to give it two victories against ranked teams, along with Wisconsin. No. 9 Clemson and No. 10 Ohio State both won Saturday, but neither looked typically dominant. The Tigers managed only 14 points against Georgia Tech and the Buckeyes struggled defensively before pulling away late against winless Tulsa. - AP College Football


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  07/27/21 - WR Jahan DotsonSr/2022, Penn State, 5-11, 181 (DS#6 WR) + More +

  Now heading into his senior year, Dotson wants to be known for more than just one catch. He wants to take the next step and prove he's not just one of the best wide receivers in the Big Ten, he's one of the best in the country. Given the attributes he showed off in 2020 - the quickness in his routes to create separation that is so smooth it often looks like he's gliding, the hands that make it look like baseball players aren't the only ones who have found a use for Spider Tack, and the speed that will leave defenders wondering how he'd gotten past them - it's hard to imagine there's much room to get better.

But Dotson still sees plenty of room for growth. "Being a better version of myself and being a better football player than I was last year," he said about his expectations for 2021. "It's building on every aspect of my game, building my skill set, learning the ins and outs of defenses, coverage recognition, different things like that." There will be no surprising opponents like Dotson did at first last season. Teams know who he is and how good he is. Maryland defensive back Nick Cross explained what makes the senior a special talent. "He's a good receiver," Cross said. "He has a great catch radius, strong hands. He's able to make all the catches and run all the routes in the route tree. He's a problem once he gets loose." - Centre Times


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  07/21/21 - WR Jahan DotsonSr/2022, Penn State, 5-11, 181 (DS#6 WR) + More +

  If Penn State wants to rebound from a down 2020 season this fall, the Nittany Lions are going to need key contributions from some of the roster's top talent. And the Maxwell Football Club thinks that could happen, and a couple of those players could be in the mix for some prestigious college football awards. Wide receiver Jahan Dotson made the 2021 Maxwell Award Watch List, while safety Jaquan Brisker made the 2021 Bednarik Award Watch List, the Maxwell Football Club announced Monday.

Dotson is one of 80 players to be named to the Maxwell Award Watch List. Dotson enters the 2021 season as one of the top wide receivers in the Big Ten after he caught 52 passes for 884 yards and eight touchdowns in nine games during the 2020 season. The 5-foot-11, 184-pound Dotson elected to return to Penn State for his senior season instead of entering the 2021 NFL Draft. In his career, Dotson has 92 catches for 1,575 yards and 13 touchdowns, and during the 2020 season, he also averaged 24.6 yards on eight punt returns and returned one punt for a touchdown. Dotson was a third-team All-Big Ten selection in 2020. - Tribune Review


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  05/06/21 - WR Jahan DotsonSr/2022, Penn State, 5-11, 181 (DS#6 WR) + More +

  Fewer players at Penn State improved their draft stock in 2020 more than Dotson. He could boost his stock even higher by taking the next step in 2021. He had a breakout year in the nine-game season, hauling in 52 passes for 884 yards and eight touchdowns, good for 98.2 yards per game in his third season on campus. He showed the traits that can make a successful NFL wide receiver with the production to back up the film.

Dotson is a refined route runner who makes life difficult for opposing defensive backs with his elite route running and ability to get in and out of his breaks with ease. He sheds corners with sudden movements on those breaks and has the hands to make even the best highlight reel catches. His ability to get open and big play ability should translate to the next level and could entice a team to take him in the second or third round. - Centre Times


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  04/28/21 - WR Jahan DotsonSr/2022, Penn State, 5-11, 181 (DS#6 WR) + More +

  Having the team's best offensive player will boost this grade, even if the depth isn't great. Jahan Dotson was one of the best wide receivers in the Big Ten in 2020 and has a chance to be one of the best in the country in 2021. He's a silky smooth route runner who gets in and out of his breaks with ease and catches the ball naturally. His ability in the open field makes him that much more dangerous when Clifford is able to get the ball in his hands. - Centre Times

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  04/04/21 - WR Jahan DotsonSr/2022, Penn State, 5-11, 181 (DS#6 WR) + More +

  Jahan Dotson had his signature moment in 2020. The Penn State wide receiver reached his right hand back to snag a one-handed pass on a ball thrown behind him with Ohio State cornerback Shaun Wade all over him. The ball stuck to his hand and the junior sprinted into the end zone for a touchdown. "That catch, I've probably seen it over a thousand times, honestly," Dotson said Monday afternoon. "I'm starting to think that was the only catch I made last year. It was a pretty cool catch, but I have a couple other cool ones. I try not to watch that one, I see it a lot, though." Now in his fourth year as a Nittany Lion, Dotson is poised to grow that portfolio of catches and make an ever bigger impact. He's in a position to cement himself as a bona fide No. 1 wide receiver and potential early-round pick in the 2022 NFL Draft.

He could have left after last season and tested his luck in this year's draft, but the junior chose to return to Penn State after a FaceTime call with teammates Tariq Castro-Fields and Jaquan Brisker, and is ready to eliminate the bad taste left in his mouth after the team went 4-5 in 2020. "We felt like last year we didn't meet the (Penn State football) standard," Dotson said. "We wanted to be those leaders on the team who set the standard for years to come after us. We know that Penn State football is used to winning and that's what we gotta do. We gotta meet that standard. We felt like this was the perfect opportunity for us to showcase our talents and meet that standard." - Centre Times


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  01/09/21 - WR Jahan DotsonSr/2022, Penn State, 5-11, 181 (DS#6 WR) + More +

  Speculation Penn State could lose its most exciting offensive player to the NFL Draft ran rampant late this season. Jahan Dotson ended it Thursday. The all-Big Ten receiver announced he will to return to Happy Valley for his fourth season in the fall, looking to build off a breakout junior campaign and author a successful final chapter of his collegiate career. "I'll be back in 2021 to give y'all the summary," Dotson posted on Twitter.

Dotson was easily Penn State's most potent offensive weapon last season, when he caught 52 passes for 884 yards and eight touchdowns. He averaged 17 yards per catch, had five 100-yard receiving outputs in nine games and earned third-team all-conference honors. The junior saved his best performances for Penn State's biggest opponents. He caught three touchdown passes Oct. 31 against Ohio State; had eight catches for 139 yards against Iowa; and closed out the season with a 189-yard, two-touchdown effort against Illinois that also featured a 50-yard punt return. - Tribune Review


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  01/07/21 - WR Jahan DotsonSr/2022, Penn State, 5-11, 181 (DS#6 WR) + More +

  One of Penn State's star players from last year is returning for another college football season. Receiver/returner Jahan Dotson announced on Thursday that he will not leave school early to enter the 2021 NFL Draft and will instead stay with the Lions for a fourth season in State College. Offensive coordinator Kirk Ciarrocca and special teams coordinator Joe Lorig must both be thrilled, as Dotson finished with 52 receptions for a Big Ten-best 884 yards and eight touchdowns in addition to a punt return score plus a few other strong efforts in that department. - Penn Live

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  12/21/20 - WR Jahan DotsonSr/2022, Penn State, 5-11, 181 (DS#6 WR) + More +

  After his big performance in last week's win over Michigan State, Dotson picked up right where he left off on Saturday evening. The 5-foot-11, 182-pound Nazareth native opened the contest by taking a short catch from Clifford to the house for a 75-yard touchdown. Dotson had a couple other big plays in the opening half, too, including a 50-yard punt-return to start the second half and a 70-yard touchdown catch with 3:49 left in the second quarter.

By halftime, Dotson had 183 receiving yards - just 33 yards shy of tying the program record for most receiving yards in a game. He couldn't break the record, only adding six receiving yards in the second half. But Dotson's performance still ranks sixth all-time for receiving yards in a single game for a Nittany Lion. After being Penn State's third receiving option in 2019, Dotson took quite the leap forward this season - which likely earned him millions if he decides to enter the NFL Draft this offseason instead of returning for his senior year. - Centre Times


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  12/20/20 - WR Jahan DotsonSr/2022, Penn State, 5-11, 181 (DS#6 WR) + More +

  2020 ALL-BIG TEN FOOTBALL SPECIAL TEAMS HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES): KR Jahan Dotson,...Dotson returned a punt 81 yards for a touchdown against Michigan State, marking the first Nittany Lion punt return for a touchdown since DeAndre Thompkins scored on a 39-yard return against Pittsburgh in 2018. The 81-yard punt return is tied for the eighth-longest in program history, tying Bryant Johnson's return against Michigan State in 2002. He became one of three Big Ten players to have 100 receiving yards and a punt return for a touchdown in the same game since 2000. Michigan's Steve Breaston (2006; vs. Indiana) and Wisconsin's Brandon Williams (2005; vs. Indiana) were the others to accomplish the feat. Dotson is averaging 21.0 yards per punt return this season, ranking second all-time at Penn State. Since 2000, Dotson is one of six FBS players (seven occasions) to total at least 695 receiving yards and average 21.0 yards per punt return. Dotson has an 18.4 career punt return average on 10 returns. - Penn State Football

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  12/19/20 - WR Jahan DotsonSr/2022, Penn State, 5-11, 181 (DS#6 WR) + More +

  Jahan Dotson caught six passes, scored twice and racked up 239 all-purpose yards to lead Penn State to a 56-21 win over Illinois on Saturday. The junior wideout opened the game with a 75-yard touchdown catch, added a 70-yarder in the second quarter and returned a punt 50 yards, taking it deep into Illinois territory to set up Penn State's go-ahead touchdown before halftime.

Sean Clifford tossed both touchdowns and added 285 yards on 16-for-22 passing. Will Levis threw a touchdown pass to Brenton Strange and ran for one while Caziah Holmes and Keyvone Lee combined for three rushing scores in the Nittany Lions' (4-5) fourth straight win. This one came in the latest game ever played at Beaver Stadium with the sprawling, 107,000-seat facility blanketed in more than a foot of snow from lower decks to upper grandstands. - AP College Football


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  12/16/20 - WR Jahan DotsonSr/2022, Penn State, 5-11, 181 (DS#6 WR) + More +

  2020 ALL-BIG TEN FOOTBALL THIRD TEAM (COACHES): WR Jahan Dotson, Penn State,...Dotson's 695 yards rank 27th nationally and his six touchdowns rank tied for 25th among teams who have played at least eight games. His 46 receptions rank 38th and he is averaging 15.4 yards per reception (minimum 45 catches) through his first eight games of 2020, which ranks ninth nationally and fourth in the Power Five for a player's first eight games of the 2020 season. Dotson is one of five Power Five receivers to total at least 46 receptions, 695 yards receiving and six receiving touchdowns in their first eight games this season, joining Ole Miss' Elijah Moore (86 rec, 1,193 yards, 8 TD), Alabama's Devonta Smith (72 rec, 1074 yards, 12 TD), LSU's Terrace Marshall Jr. (48 rec, 731 yards, 10 TD) and Clemson's Amari Rodgers (48 rec, 720 yards, 6 TD) and one of 10 in FBS. Since 2000, Dotson is the only Penn State receiver to total at least 46 receptions, 695 yards receiving and six receiving touchdowns in the first eight games of a season. - Penn State Football

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  12/14/20 - WR Jahan DotsonSr/2022, Penn State, 5-11, 181 (DS#6 WR) + More +

  DEC 14 BIG TEN SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYERS OF THE WEEK: Jahan Dotson, Penn State, Jr., WR/KR, Nazareth, Pa./Nazareth Area,...Had an 81-yard punt return for a touchdown in the fourth quarter of Penn State's 39-24 win over Michigan State on Saturday...Added eight catches for 108 yards, becoming the third Big Ten student-athlete since 2000 with 100 receiving yards and a punt return touchdown in the same game (Wisconsin's Brandon Williams vs. Indiana - Oct. 1, 2005; Michigan's Steve Breaston at Indiana - Nov. 11, 2006)...Registered the first PSU punt return for a touchdown since Sept. 8, 2018 (DeAndre Thompkins - 39 yards at Pittsburgh)...Earns his first career Special Teams Player of the Week honor...Last Penn State Special Teams Player of the Week: Blake Gillikin (Oct. 28, 2019). - Big Ten Foootball

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  11/29/20 - WR Jahan DotsonSr/2022, Penn State, 5-11, 181 (DS#6 WR) + More +

  The Nittany Lions came into this season with a huge question mark at wide receiver and plenty of mystery surrounding the position. Through six games, those questions have been answered at the team's talent is no longer a conundrum. Penn State is set at wide receiver for a few seasons thanks to several key weapons on the outside. Junior Jahan Dotson has shown all season that he can be a top talent at the position, but Saturday afternoon it was a true freshman who stepped up. Parker Washington finished the game with a career high 93 receiving yards on nine receptions to set the pace. Those two - if Dotson doesn't enter the NFL Draft - have plenty of talent to carry the position into the future. - Centre Times

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  11/24/20 - WR Jahan DotsonSr/2022, Penn State, 5-11, 181 (DS#6 WR) + More +

  Even with an otherwise dismal performance by the Penn State offense, junior receiver Jahan Dotson had another monster game. Dotson finished the contest against the Hawkeyes with eight catches for 139 yards and a touchdown. It marked his third 100-yard receiving game of the season. Dotson is now up to 527 receiving yards and six touchdowns through the Nittany Lions' first five games. The 5-foot-11, 182-pound Nazareth native caught a touchdown late in the third quarter versus Iowa. With 18 seconds left in the third quarter, Clifford - the benched former starting quarterback - checked back in the contest for Levis.

Clifford pump-faked before launching a bomb downfield to hit a streaking Dotson between two Hawkeyes defensive backs for a 68-yard touchdown. Dotson bounced back from his 27-yard, two-reception game in last weekend's loss to Nebraska. Before that contest, the redshirt junior had posted games of 100-plus receiving yards against Ohio State (144 receiving yards on eight catches) and Maryland (123 receiving yards on nine catches). With yet another huge game, Dotson is doing his part in trying to turn around the 0-5 Nittany Lions' season. "We just gotta have our heads up and just move on," Dotson said. "Just win the week. Win the day. And win the moment. Whatever moment you're in, win that moment. We gotta start doing things with a winner's mentality." - Centre Times


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  11/05/20 - WR Jahan DotsonSr/2022, Penn State, 5-11, 181 (DS#6 WR) + More +

  Leading up to the matchup versus Ohio State, there were questions about whether Dotson could be a solid No. 1 option at receiver for Clifford. If there were any doubts, the 5-foot-11, 182-pound Nazareth native put them to bed after his performance Saturday night. Dotson finished with eight catches for 144 receiving yards and three touchdowns. He was one of the sole reasons the Nittany Lions had a chance late in the contest. - Centre Times

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