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RankPlayerHeightWeight40 TimeTeamDan HeinsBill CerviJosh JohnsonMike KrafickAvgSkinny
1Josh Doctson6' 2"2024.50TCU22121.8Best combine performance of any receiver this year, his stock is rising fast. Labeled as "old" due to having to transfer schools but has all the skills to be a true #1 WR
2Laquon Treadwell6' 2"221NAMississippi11242.0Consensus number one WR for most people, great hands and plays with a "my ball" mentality.
3Corey Coleman5' 11"1944.37Baylor33312.5Hands down most athletic WR in this draft class. Elite production to go along with the athletic profile
4Tyler Boyd6' 1"1974.58Pitt46454.8Great production all 3 years at Pitt contributing in all phases of the game. Disappointing combine performance raises some red flags about athleticism
5Sterling Shepard5' 10"1944.48Oklahoma74575.8Great route runner and phenomenal hands. Likely a slot receiver but should be a productive high volume NFL reciever.
6Michael Thomas6' 3"2124.57Ohio State55686.0Looks like a #1 WR in the NFL and had the pedigree (Keyshawn Johnson's nephew). Lack of elite production in college is concerning
7Leonte Carroo6"2114.50Rutgers68936.5Great hands and a bully on the field, gets off press coverage and makes plays after the catch.
8Will Fuller6'1864.32Notre Dame977118.5Blazing fast speed that will push him up NFL teams draft boards. Hands are a bit of a concern.
9Braxton Miller6' 1"2014.50Ohio State12128910.3Phenomal athlete still developing his receiving skills, pure upside!!!!
10Tajae Sharpe6' 2"1944.55Mass811101511.0Great footwork helps him get off press coverage. Needs to bulk up a bit but should fill out with time in an NFL weight room.
11Rashard Higgins6' 2"1964.64Colorado ST1110111311.3Very thin but super productive and reliable, sticky paws, may struggle when pressed
12Pharoh Cooper5' 11"203NASouth Carolina1013121011.3Great footwork and change of direction, should make his living in the slot over the middle of the field.
13Kenny Lawler6' 2"2034.64California12131412.8High pointing ninja, his highlights are epic but he needs more meat on his bones so he run the post at the next level
14Keyarris Garrett6' 3"2204.53Tulsa14151213.3Good speed for his size and has big play ability
15Michael Thomas6' 1"200NASouthern Miss1916613.3Small school player that was the biggest combine snub this year. Known to some as "the good Michael Thomas"
16Charone Peake6' 2"2094.45Clemson9171613.5Day 3 hopeful, good size, breaks well, needs more route refinement
17Malcolm Mitchell6'1984.45Georgia15201816.3Fought through injuries early in his collegiate career, but has proven production, good hands, and is a smooth route runner.
18Cayleb Jones6' 3"2094.65Arizona18211917.5Above average athlete for position, creates good separation, disappointed with 4.65 40-time, solid hands
19Aaron Burbridge6'2064.56Michigan St22182018.0Quietly a vacuum, high football IQ can make up for his shortcomings, chain mover rather than a homer run hitter
20Devon Cajuste6' 4"2344.62Stanford21192318.8Kind of a tweener due to his size and lack of quick twitch ability. Has good size and may transition to TE evenyually. Interesting late round flyer.
21Demarcus Robinson6' 1"2034.59Florida16312220.3Significant red flags... 3 suspensions for pot use last 2 years. No positive tests recently and had a decent combine. Has rare combination of quickness and staright line speed. Upside but risky.
22Roger Lewis6'2014.57Bowling Green1420.0Off-field issues really hurt his stock but he is a very talented all around player, will be a spark plug to the right scheme
23Ricardo Louis6' 2"2154.43Aunburn202520.5
24Nelson Spruce6' 1"2064.69Colorado23351721.8Productive college WR with reliable hands. May be best used as a slot WR or punt returner. Lacks adequate quickness and long speed to produce on the outside in the NFL.
25De'Runnya Wilson6' 5"2244.85Mississippi St24272421.8He's big.............but put one of the worst combine performances together in NFL history. Very disappointing weekend for De'Runnya, might need to consider position change to TE.
26BraIon Addison5' 9"1874.66Oregon26342123.3Size is a concern but he has drawn some comps to another former Pac-12 WR (Brandin Cooks). He's not as fast as Cooks but Addison is quick and agile, could carve out a role with the right team
27Jordan Payton6' 1"2074.47UCLA252321.3Sets up DBs well with subtle moments, 4.47 speed take second to find throttle, plays bigger than his frame
28Geronimo Allison6' 3"1964.67Illinois272823.0All-stars games really put him on the map, he understands the position well enough, not burner but crafty
29D'haquille Williams6' 2"2294.72Auburn292623.0Kicked out of Auburn for off field issues and had a disappointing combine
30Paul McRoberts6' 2"202NASE Missouri St242522.5Another small school player that didn't receive a combine invite. Productive small school player that has good size/speed and nice hands.
31Alonzo Russell6' 4"2064.54Toledo2923.8Not the maturest cat, very emotional player, uses his size well, very fluid hips, may surprise many with his soft hands
32Jalin Marshall5' 10"2004.60Ohio State283224.3Still learning the position with respect to route running and hot reads, but has potential to be a productive slot wr in 1-3 years
33Mekale McKay6' 4"2074.55Cincinnati3024.0Flipper Anderson/Mohamed Sanu clone, will give you a needle down the seam
34Marquez North6' 2"2234.48Tennessee3324.8Good sizw and hands but he dealt with injuries the last 2 years and never lived up to lofty expectations
35Hunter Sharp5' 11"1984.58Utah St2222.0Was suspended for 2 games in 2015. Disappointed at combine running below average 40 and did not test well in 3 cone or shuttle drills either. Will need to prove he can beat NFL caliber CBs
36Jay Lee6' 1"214NABaylor3525.3Has attractive size and speed numbers to play on the outside but his hands and route running experience are suspect and need to improve.
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