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Goodley had a breakout year as a redshirt junior in 2013, leading all Baylor receivers in receptions (71), receiving yards (1339 – 18.9 avg), and touchdowns (13). Built like a power back, Goodley offers excellent versatility as a receiver that can line up either outside or in the slot. He demonstrates excellent quickness and explosiveness out of breaks as an underneath route runner, and shows no fear of going over the middle of the field. He is a very physical runner after the catch, one whose combination of acceleration, agility, and power make him extremely tough for smaller defenders to bring down. Goodley is a far more explosive vertical threat than his size would indicate, and he does an excellent job of using physicality to create separation at the catch point. His greatest weakness is his lack of consistency catching the football, possibly due in part to his compact frame and limited catch radius. His lack of effort as a blocker and on pass plays designed to go elsewhere can also be frustrating to watch. –Jeremy Hyde, 5/15