He displays good effort as a blocker, has a solid feel sitting down into soft spots vs. zone and has the hands to routinely pluck the football away from his frame. He doesn't strike me as a real jump ball threat because he isn't overly physical or explosive, but he uses his frame well to shield defenders from the football in the short/intermediate pass game.
Impression: Isn't a high draft pick by any stretch and likely will end up as a free agent, but strikes me as a tough possession-type guy who can work from the slot, do the dirty work over the middle and make a roster the hard way."
Positive: Dependable receiver who gets the most from his ability. Smart, tough, and gives effort in all aspects. Comes back to the ball out of breaks, works to come free, and sacrifices his body in order to make the reception. Effectively uses the sidelines, consistently extends his hands, and catches the ball away from his frame. Sturdy wide out who takes the big hit yet holds onto the ball. Effectively adjusts to the errant pass. Always finds a way to come free. Gets results blocking down the field.
Negative: Does not show a burst to his game and is more of a one-speed receiver who will not stretch the defense. Marginal skill running after the catch.
Analysis: Durham was a dependable backup for most of his Georgia career and answered the call when he was required to move into the starting lineup this season. He lacks great upside but is a polished in many aspects of his game and could make an NFL roster as a fifth receiver."