He has good size, some of the fastest straight line speed of WRs in the draft, and decent hands. He's a deep threat with some ability to go over the middle in a crossing route if need be. And he shows the ability to adjust to the ball and make over the shoulder catches. His best trait is probably his awareness. He just seems to have a great understanding of what all is going on around him and where the defenders are.What do you like about Slayton? I don't know anything about him.
I think his best comparison to an NFL WR would be someone like Mike Wallace. I see him a potentially really good WR 3, who'll make splash plays throughout the season, and force defenses to back up.