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Top 2014 NFL Draft WR Prospect Rankings

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  1. Sammy Watkins, WR, Clemson - 6'1 - 205
    Drafted 1.4 by BUF
    When Clemson's DeAndre Hopkins entered the draft last season, he had the distinction of not even being the best WR prospect on his team. That claim was held by Watkins. He can do just about everything well on the field, whether it involves athleticism or technical skill. Route running is still average and needs to learn to remain active after the play doesn't go hi... Read More
  2. Mike Evans, WR, Texas A&M - 6-4 - 225
    Drafted 1.7 by TB
    This physically-imposing sophomore wreaked havoc across college football as Johnny Manziel's top target for the Aggies. Evans is a big-bodied, possession receiver with an amazing catching radius and basketball background that should make him something special as a red zone specialist in the NFL. Evans lacks ideal straight line speed and is slow getting off the line... Read More
  3. Marqise Lee, WR , USC - 6'0 - 195
    Drafted 2.7 by JAX
    In the long line of talented USC wide receivers, Lee is on deck to show the NFL what he can do. The junior wideout was underwhelming in what was supposed to be his walk off year. His numbers bloomed as a sophomore (118 receptions for 1,721 yards and 14 TD) and regressed in 2013 (73-1,143-11). He did miss a few games though and luckily for him, he's put enough on tape ... Read More
  4. Allen Robinson, WR , Penn State - 6'3 - 204
    Drafted 2.29 by JAX
    Robinson was Penn State's biggest playmaker over the last two years. A big receiver with surprising athleticism, he could hear his name called on the first day of the 2014 NFL Draft. Ideal height and length. Very fluid route-runner with good body control. Shields defenders away to secure the catch. Looks for more yardage after catch. Good balance and above-average ... Read More
  5. Jordan Matthews, WR, Vanderbilt - 6'3 - 206
    Drafted 2.10 by PHI
    Matthews' last two seasons with the Commodores can only be described as prolific. He was one of, if not the best receivers in the SEC in 2013 with big stats across the board. At 6-foot-3 and a solid 206 pounds, he has an interesting mix of size, route running, hands and burst that could eventually blossom into a team's No. 1 WR. Big strider with good speed. Surpris... Read More
  6. Kelvin Benjamin, WR, Florida State Rising - 6'5 - 234
    Drafted 1.28 by CAR
    Benjamin would be an excellent fit on a team that already possesses two solid starters at wide receiver. This would allow him the necessary time to develop his skills for one full season. Benjamin has all the potential in the world; however, his skill-set is very raw and currently relies too much on athleticism and size. Huge for a wide receiver. Will be a nightmar... Read More
  7. Odell Beckham, WR , LSU - 5'11 - 193
    Drafted 1.12 by NYG
    Beckham is an excellent slot receiver prospect. He excels with the ball in his hands and can make defenders miss in short spaces. For his size, his speed is something to be expected. Above-average hands. Plucks catches with his hands away from his body. Great hand-eye coordination. Can also contribute as a returner. Less than ideal height and strength. Will stru... Read More
  8. Brandin Cooks, WR , Oregon State Rising - 5'10 - 181
    Drafted 1.20 by NO
    The diminutive Cooks was an individual offensive powerhouse for the Beavers. He finished second in receptions, first in receiving yards and second in receiving yards. Although Oregon State is known for its high-volume passing attack, Cooks' skill set translates very well to the next level as he has tremendous speed and short-area burst. Cooks showed up and then som... Read More
  9. Jarvis Landry, WR , LSU - 6'1 - 195
    Drafted 2.31 by MIA
    Landry stepped up in his junior year to be more productive for the Tigers. For a team typically known for its run-first mentality, Landry vastly improved to become a more well-rounded receiver. Shorter than ideal and also lacks the desirable speed and agility that typically comes with undersized receivers. Good upper body strength and can hold his own as a blocker ... Read More
  10. Paul Richardson, WR , Colorado Rising - 6'1 - 170
    Drafted 2.13 by SEA
    Richardson was one of the Buffs' lone playmakers in 2013. Blessed with tremendous speed and athleticism, Richardson can challenge defenses vertically, but will need to add more bulk and strength to his slight frame. Thin and struggled with durability. Missed the entire 2012 season with a torn ACL. Recovered very well and has absolutely put himself back on the map a... Read More
  11. Jared Abbrederis, WR, Wisconsin Rising - 6'2 - 188
    Drafted 5.36 by GB
    Abbrederis is an average athlete who overachieved in his time with the Badgers. A high effort player who walked-on to the football team. Thin build. Struggles against press-man if the opponent can get their hands inside. Uses hands well to disrupt and push off at key times. High football IQ. Understands angles and gaining leverage. Great field awareness. Productive... Read More
  12. Will Adams, WR , Western Kentucky Rising - 5'11 - 183
  13. Michael Bennett, WR , Georgia Falling - 6'3 - 204

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