STRENGTHS - King is a tall, lanky wide receiver. He has prototype NFL size for the position and could be viewed as a project as a player. He reads the defense well and is able to consistently find dead spots in zone and sits down in them. He does a good job of keeping his feet moving and coming back to the quarterback when the quarterback is flushed from pocket and trying to find a receiver. He consistently uses his body as a tool while blocking and stays after his block as long as he is able.
WEAKNESSES - King is a very thin, frail frame and I question whether he can hold up to any kind of contact at all. He has long legs and long arms, but he doesn't look to have any bulk that an NFL player would require. He is a long strider, and he needs several steps to get up to speed. He doesn't show any real long speed or short area quickness. King is not a player that wants to block on running plays and doesn't look to want to be physical down the field.
SUMMARY - King is an adequate college receiver, but lacks the athleticism, explosiveness, playing speed and strength to carry over his production to the NFL. His incredibly thin frame will limit his ability to run through NFL cornerbacks and get separation. He is a tall, long legged and very thin receiver who will need to add bulk/weight in order to improve his playing strength because without the explosiveness and speed to be a deep threat he is going to have to find a way to make it as a possession receiver. King does not have the physical talent to be a starting receiver in the NFL and due to his lack of top speed and thin frame he will have trouble becoming a productive coverage man on special teams units. Without playing ST, he adds no value to a roster and it will be hard for him to make a roster as a backup receiver. I think he is simply not big or strong enough to warrant a position. I would consider him a priority free agent for a team looking to potentially develop a player.