The 5'8", 175lb Archer arguably became last year's most dangerous and exciting home-run threat in all of college football. He was named third team All-American as a returner en route to rewriting Kent State's record books. Archer also set the school record with 23 total touchdowns, which led the MAC. The rising senior rushed for 1,429 yards and 16 touchdowns on only 159 carries, caught 39 passes for 561 yards and four touchdowns, and returned three kicks for scores. Thus, Archer is a premier all-purpose player, challenging De'Anthony Thomas as the best all-purpose player in the nation.
Archer will immediately have a substantial impact on an NFL roster. He has legitimate sub 4.3 speed, making him potentially the fastest player in this year's class. Archer can contribute in any fashion on offense, and he will enter the league as already one of its best return men. He may be undersized and will have to bulk up to be able to consistently be on field on offense. However, he is way too speedy and quick to not make it in the NFL, and he will be a highlight reel player.