Last year at Oklahoma, with Baker Mayfield at QB, Badet had 27 receptions on 32 targets for 408 yards (15.1 per catch) and 3 TDs.
Looking at his tape, his QBs tended to under throw him most of the time (even Mayfield), which didn’t help, but Badet was able to make some contested catches in those situations, which is promising.
But overall, Badet will need to show improvement in his route running ability for a shot at making the team. If he can show he’s able to deal with NFL-caliber CBs and safeties, he could turn out to be a great UDFA signing. But improving route running and managing NFL DBs is a perennial task for rookie receivers, whether 1st round picks or UDFAs. A few do, most don’t. We’ll have to see if Badet can be among the former.
I like the reception/target ratio.