STRENGTHS - Sandifer is a solid route runner who can stick his foot in the ground and break away from coverage. He does a nice job of getting out of his breaks and sitting in open areas of the defense. He has naturally soft hands and does a good job of catching the ball and not fighting it. He is a chain mover on offense.
WEAKNESSES - He does not have much quickness and doesn't get much separation in his routes. He doesn't show elite speed or elite quickness and is simply a possession receiver at the college level. There isn't much acceleration in his game. He has not been very productive at all in college and there isn't much to see out of him as a wide receiver.
SUMMARY - Sandifer runs nice routes but he doesn't have much quickness or speed in his game and he is just a possession receiver at the college level. He is only going to struggle more against the bigger, faster players that play in an NFL secondary. He does not have great size, but his ability to run routes should get him drafted late. Everything Sandifer does seems very methodical and there is a lack of explosion athletically in all phases of his game. Overall, Sandifer lacks great size and elite speed, but his route running, soft hands and ability to consistently get open give him late round draft value as he should challenge to make a team as a backup receiver.