‘14 NFL Draft: Wide Out Rankings

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  1. RS12

    RS12 Well-Known Member

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    1Mike EvansTexas A&M3So1st
    [​IMG]Large, game impacting receiver that physically beats defenders in the middle of the field or outraces opponents down the flanks. Has all the necessary talents to be a big time number one wide out in the NFL.

    2Sammy WatkinsClemson3Jr1st
    [​IMG]Polished pass catcher with dependable hands. Runs solid routes, gets separation and consistently comes away with the reception. Not a true field stretcher and yet to match the production from a great freshman season but a legitimate starting receiver in the NFL.

    3Marqise LeeUSC3Jr1st
    [​IMG]Game breaking/game controlling receiver with big time talent. Quick, reliable and has a burst. Separates from opponents and effective running after the catch. Struggling with a knee injury and watching his stock slide due to the play of others at his position.

    4Allen RobinsonPenn State3Jr1-2
    [​IMG]Reliable pass catcher who’s taken his game to another level this season. Consistently finds a way to separate from defenders and make himself an available target. Sized well and plays strong. Not a field stretcher and more of a possession receiver.

    5Brandin CooksOregon State3Jr1-2
    [​IMG]Incredibly productive wide out rising up draft boards. Quick, has a burst and deceptively fast. Plays with great balance and body control. Catches everything in site. Can line up in the slot or on the flanks.

    6Jordan MatthewsVanderbilt4Sr2nd
    [​IMG]Reliable possession receiver with terrific size. Strong, competes to make the reception and the “go-to” guy opponents cannot stop. Deceptively fast and shows a burst. Potential number two wide out in the NFL.

    7Paul RichardsonColorado4Jr2nd
    [​IMG]Natural pass catcher with terrific receiver skills.Possesses soft hands and consistently comes away with the reception.Effective running after the catch and shows a burst.Will be under-drafted and has the potential to be a terrific pro.

    8Odell Beckham JrLSU3Jr2nd


    Solid receiver prospect that’s show consistent progress in his game.Quick to top speed, has a burst and for the most part comes away with the catch.Effective downfield blocker and also productive returning punts.
    9Jarvis LandryLSU3Jr2nd


    Consistent pass catcher with average size/speed numbers.Quick into breaks, separates from defenders and makes the reception away from his frame.Shows some run after the catch ability.Number three receiver at the next level.
    10Donte MoncriefMississippi3Jr2-3
    [​IMG]Well sized pass catcher in the midst of a breakout season.Consistent, wins out in battles and deceptively fast.Could potentially move higher on draft boards and develop into a number two receiver at the next level.

  2. TrailBlazer

    TrailBlazer Well-Known Member

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    If Jordan Mathews slips to the 3rd, we need to snag him. Great route runner. Extremely intelligent. He owns all receiving records in the SEC.
  3. IAmLegend

    IAmLegend Well-Known Member

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    I wouldn't touch a WR within the top 3 rounds. We need DL & OL with ALL of our first 3 picks, maybe more. But knowing Jerry, he will take a RB or WR by Round 3.

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