**He’s one of the youngest players in this year’s draft class.**\nWhen evaluating Njoku, it’s important to consider his age. He is just 20 years old, making him one of the youngest players in this year’s draft class. Just one player has ever been selected before turning 20. Some notable players have entered the draft at 20 years old, with Terrell Suggs and DeAngelo Hall among them. \n\n2. He’s being mentored by a Miami alumni and former first-round pick.\n迈阿密大学产生了第一轮结束紧张了一把，并与njoku them've一直在努力的人帮他移动到NFL前磨砺自己的技能。 njoku've已经工作了与肖基，在2002年第一轮选秀出来迈阿密和四次亲投球手。肖基在NFL打了10个赛季。 \n\n**He was a standout in another sport.**\nWhile Njoku has been successful in football, he was dominant on the track while in high school. Njoku competed in the high jump and won the national championship in the spring of 2014. He was also a state champion in New Jersey that same year. His best jump was measured at six feet and 11 inches. \n\n4. He’s being compared to one of the NFL’s best.\nBuccaneer fans are all-too-familiar with Carolina’s Greg Olsen, and that’s who NFL.com’s Lance Zierlein believes Njoku closely resembles. Interestingly, Olsen also attended the University of Miami and was a first-round draft pick. \n\n5. He is dangerous in the red zone.\nNjoku started just nine games during his two-year college career, so his stats won’t blow anybody away. Where he was dominant, thought, was catching passes in the red zone. Njoku caught 43 passes in 2016 but eight of those went for touchdowns. He finished the 2016 season with 698 yards and averaging 16.2 yards per reception.