STRENGTHS - Dorsey's initial quickness combined with his smooth start off the LOS enables him to down the field quickly. He shows the ability to run a solid slant route as he is able to plant his foot well and push off enabling him to freeze the defender, although he does not show the ability to create much separation. He showed good hands and the awareness to come back and make diving catches or even knock the ball down on poorly thrown balls to avoid the interception.
WEAKNESSES - While Dorsey has good speed, he does not show the ability to create much separation and stretch the defense down the field. He does not show the willingness to get to the LB's quickly to block on run plays. There were times on film where his routes were more round, not giving the hard plant and will need to become a much crisper route runner. Dorsey will need to become a better blocker as well and become more physical on the outside.
SUMMARY - Dorsey has the initial quickness off the line to get down the field quickly, but is not a guy that can gain much separation both down the field and over the middle. He shows okay route running skills and showed the ability to freeze the defense at times but not consistent enough to make an impact at the next level. He showed very good awareness and reacted well to poorly thrown balls to the effect that he would knock the ball down to avoid the interception. Dorsey needs to become a crisper route runner and his footwork needs to become smoother. Overall, Dorsey was a good college player, but lacks the talent level to become a starting receiver in the NFL, which is why I would not draft him.