A week before the draft, DaeSean Hamilton is as confident as ever.

He should be. The former Penn State wideout finished his career as a 4-year starter with 214 receptions for 2,842 yards and 18 touchdowns. Few, if any, receivers in the 2018 draft class are more experienced as Hamilton.

And according to Hamilton, none of them run routes quite like he does.

That’s what the former Penn State star said during an appearance on the NFL Network show “Good Morning Football.”

“In this offseason process, I believe I was able to show that I was a top-10 receiver, the best route-runner in this class and I really am ready to contribute as early as possible to any team,” Hamilton said.

Here was the entire clip (via NFL Network):

Hamilton was the same guy who caught 82 passes from Christian Hackenberg as a true freshman in 2014.

Despite the fact that Hamilton played in an offense with, as he said, two Heisman Trophy candidates and the best tight end in college football, he still finished with 857 receiving yards and a career-high 9 touchdown catches as a senior.

Hamilton is projected as a likely mid-round selection. Perhaps his comment will open some eyes and bump him firmly into the Day-2 conversation.