USC wideout Drake London had historic 2021 season, per PFF
Drake London was one of the most electric players in the country this season.
When healthy, he played like a first-round NFL Draft pick. Even though he only played in 8 games, he was selected to the FWAA All-American team as a second-teamer and to the AP All-American team as a third-teamer.
According to PFF, he had the best season by a Pac-12 receiver since the outlet started grading college ball.
Drake London had the highest Receiving Grade (91.8) by a Pac-12 player since PFF started grading College Football in 2014 ✌️ pic.twitter.com/qKqVOsdymO
— PFF College Football (@PFF_College) December 17, 2021
London was a first-team selection for PFF’s All-America team.
After suffering a fractured ankle during USC’s 8th game, London sat out the rest of 2021. Before the injury, he ammassed 1,084 receiving yards to go along with 7 touchdowns and a bag full of highlight-reel receptions.
The former 4-star and California native declared for the NFL Draft on Dec. 8, electing to forego his senior season. Even despite the ankle injury, he’s projected to go 18th to the Cleveland Browns in Todd McShay’s newest 2022 NFL mock draft and he’s the 7th-best prospect on Mel Kiper’s big board.