A clean route-runner, Switzer shined from the slot as a short-yardage chain-mover who also doubled as a dangerous punt returner.
"I think they underestimate (my speed) a whole hell of a lot more than they should," Switzer, who clocked 4.51 in the 40, said this month, per The Sporting News. "I think if you watch the tape, I was never caught from behind in college. You don't lead the country in 70-plus-yard all-purpose plays for the four years you've been in college and be slow."
That didn't stop the 'Boys from adding another slot wideout -- and besides, Switzer offers something Beasley doesn't:
Switzer was one of final day's more intriguing names. His career will be followed closely in Big D.