The Top 10 Wide Receivers
1. Robert Woods, USC (Junior)
"The next Reggie Wayne. The most dependable receiver in the country."
2. Terrance Williams, Baylor (Senior)
"He can be a Victor Cruz-type of playmaker in the NFL."
3. Justin Hunter, Tennessee (Junior)
"Big, athletic Marques Colston-esque red zone weapon."
4. Keenan Allen, Cal (Junior)
"Best physical talent of any receiver. His quarterback is hurting him, though."
5. Cobi Hamilton, Arkansas (Senior)
"Track star speed in a 6’3’’, 210-pound body. Dwayne Bowe clone."
6. Tavon Austin, West Virginia (Senior)
"He’s a shorter, lighter Percy Harvin. Added special teams value."
7. DeAndre Hopkins, Clemson (Junior)
"Sammy Who? He’s been Clemson’s MVP this season."
8. Marquess Wilson, Washington State (Junior)
"His deep speed is questionable. His size and hands are certainly not."
9. Stedman Bailey, West Virginia (Junior)
"He's really stepping out of Tavon Austin's shadow this year."
10. Marcus Davis, Virginia Tech (Senior)
"Freakish physical skills will get him drafted on Day 2."
Wide Receivers: Seniors to Watch
Aaron Dobson, Marshall
Aaron Mellette, Elon
Chad Bumphis, Mississippi State
Conner Vernon, Duke
Dan Buckner, Arizona
Denard Robinson, Michigan (QB)
Emory Blake, Auburn
Erik Highsmith, North Carolina
Markus Wheaton, Oregon State
Marquise Goodwin, Texas
Quinton Patton, Louisiana Tech
Ryan Swope, Texas A&M
Tavarres King, Georgia
T.J. Moe, Missouri
Wide Receivers: Underclassmen to Watch
Cody Hoffman, BYU
Cordarrelle Patterson, Tennessee
Da'Rick Rogers, Tennessee Tech
Devin Street, Pittsburgh
Jared Abbrederis, Wisconsin
Jordan Matthews, Vanderbilt
Josh Boyce, TCU
Kenny Stills, Oklahoma
Matt Miller, Boise State
Michael Campanaro, Wake Forest
Mike Davis, Texas
Tevin Reese, Baylor
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