His hands are 9 1/4". Higgins remains as DLF's rookie WR3 and our R6 overall and these measurements make him a borderline first-tier player available in the middle of the first round of dynasty drafts. A top prospect out of high school, Higgins started slowly in his junior year but exploded in the second half and finished with 1,167 yards and 13 touchdowns. While Jerry Jeudy and CeeDee Lamb continue to garner top-prospect grades, Tee Higgins warrants consideration for inclusion. Stay tuned to DLF as we are in Indianapolis this week to keep you up to date on all events, news and notes from the Combine in the week ahead.