For those who aren't aware, "breakout score" is a score generated based upon the age of a college WR when they "breakout". College dominator score is another stat that tries to pinpoint the age of a college when they dominate / become relevant. Teams like the Steelers have used this to great success when identifying WRs to target in the draft.
Guys like Mike Evans, Deandre Hopkins, Stefon Diggs, DK Metcalf, Chris Godwin, Davante Adams, allen robinson, Jamar Chase, Justin Jefferson and many others hit this metric. Essentially, players who dominate in college prior to the age of 20 have a much higher likelihood of being viable in the NFL than those who breakout at or after age 20. Of all of the metrics, this is one that I see a large sample of top WRs hitting. More than size, speed, cone etc...
Dotson does not meet this. And without being outlier positive athlete, I would not use a 1st round pick on him.
Same with Burks, Wilson and Jameson Williams. Olave and Drake London hit. I will give a pass to Williams as he is pretty dynamic athletically, but I have even moved a bit off Wilson because of it.