Possesses a good first step off the snap and gets into his routes quickly when he has a free release. Does a nice job dropping his pad level and exhibits a good burst out of his breaks. Has the ability to run away from coverage and gets up to speed very quickly in the open field. Possesses a second gear to his game and demonstrates the deep speed to threaten defenders vertically. However, he's a sloppy route runner who has a tendency to chop his feet and slow down before his break. Is very impatient and doesn't do a good job selling his routes as a receiver, consistently showing his routes prematurely.
Impression: An undersized target who displays some natural burst and explosion to his game, but struggles fighting through coverage and isn't a real polished route runner. Nothing more than a special teams guy at this stage."
Positive: Small but productive college receiver who also excels on special teams. Quickly gets into breaks showing sharpness and displays a sense of timing and solid focus. Possesses good hand-eye coordination, affectively makes catches in stride, and works battling larger defenders to come away with the ball. Settles into the open spot of the field, uses his frame to shield away opponents, and displays good timing. Uses his hands to get separation and can make difficult catches.
Negative: Lacks size and beaten down by larger defenders. Lacks true breakaway speed.
Analysis: Beaumont is limited by size yet has been a consistent player on the college level and projects as a fifth receiver in the NFL. He has a real chance to make a roster if he produces on special teams."