Douglas did not have much of an impact as a freshman, but began to showcase his talents as a sophomore. In 2005, he haulged in 27 passes for 457 yards and two touchdowns. Nobody would have expected his junior season though. He became one of the biggest playmakers in college football, hauling in 70 passes for 1,265 yards and six touchdowns, on his way to All Big East 1st team honors. He had another huge year as a senior, finishing with 71 catches for 1,159 yards and seven touchdowns.
Douglas is a big play threat. He is a legitimate threat to score every time he touches the football. He has excellent quickness and change of direction ability. He comes out of his breaks quickly, and has the ability to make defenders miss with the ball in his hands. Once he is in the open field, he has the speed to run away from defenders. Douglas also has some experience returning kicks and could help out on special teams in the NFL.
Douglas has serious size concerns. He has average height and a small frame. He does not have the strength to go over the middle and hold on to the football and he can be overmatched by physical corners.
For a team looking for a quick, playmaking wide receiver, Douglas would be a great fit. He is a big play threat, and that should translate to the NFL well. He may be limited in his overall effectiveness because of his lack of size, but he has the skill to make an impact in the NFL.