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Montgomery was the top playmaker for an otherwise inconsistent Stanford passing attack in 2013. He led all Cardinal receivers in catches (61), receiving yards (958), and touchdowns (10), providing balance to the power running game that is the staple of the offense. He also finished second in the country in yards per kick return (30.3), adding two scores in the return game. Montgomery has ideal size and speed to play outside receiver at the next level. His above average acceleration enables him to turn well-executed screens or kick returns into huge plays. While he lacks the lateral agility to make defenders miss in space, Montgomery is a very physical runner who excels at breaking open field tackles. His lack of sudden explosiveness as a route runner is a concern when projecting his future success, as is the fact that he seldom lines up on the line of scrimmage. He may be best suited to play slot receiver in the NFL, but Montgomery can make an impact, both as a blocker and a potential playmaker in both the passing and return games. –Jeremy Hyde, 5/15