"Size/speed king with rare size and strength that's often a menace as a blocker but needs development and a resurrection of confidence as a hands catcher."
Size/speed king adept at chunk plays. Legitimate deep speed and can get behind defenders. Sudden with the ball in his hands and can be a threat in the open field.
Flashes ability to catch in a crowd or make difficult catches. Often a menacing blocker. Tested like a true elite athlete.
Often a liability hands receiver with unforced drops. Especially limited route runner. Inconsistent tracking the ball. Nagging injuries over his career and suffered a broken foot that ended his junior season. Poor production given his rare skillset at Ole Miss.
Mingo's a deep threat receiver with rare size and strength. He's agile for that size and a dangerous threat in the open field. He's also typically a menacing blocker and has no hesitation in emasculating opponents physically.
The catch, ironically, is that he's not a reliable catcher of the ball. Ole Miss lost confidence in him and he was often an afterthought in the play scheme. His meager production over his career testifies to this.
He's an especially limited route runner that was essentially a one trick pony deep threat or screen guy. His physicality at the poa as a blocker and flashes as a receiver offers intriguing upside with his overall athletic ability. As a senior he saw snaps at an H back position and it might ultimately be where he settles as a pro.
If he can get a resurrection of confidence in his hands and learn more routes, he's a potential diamond as a WR. If he adds a little more weight and commits to his blocking ability, he's also a potential standout H Back or move TE.