I reserve the right to change my mind later, but here is how I currently rank the group:
01. Sammy Watkins, Clemson:
Julio Jones 2.0
02. Mike Evans, Texas A&M:
Vincent Jackson 2.0
03. Marquise Lee, USC:
A young Bobby Engram.
04. Jarvis Landry, LSU:
Horrifically slow forty aside, Landry is a complete receiver who might be the best in the draft at winning contested throws. Similar to Anquan Boldin.
05. Allen Robinson, Penn St:
Creates separation, is great on jump balls, and is a threat after the catch despite below average forty time. Similar to Keenan Allen.
06. Odell Beckham Jr., LSU:
Fast, tough, smart, good after the catch. A blend of Golden Tate and Doug Baldwin.
07. Donte Moncrief, Ole Miss:
Dumb the game down for him and he'll threaten defenses. Slightly similar to Cordarrelle Patterson.
08. Jared Abbrederis, Wisconsin:
Clutch WR who is a master at getting behind DBs. Blue-collar attitude, great technician. Similar to Brian Hartline. Concussions could be a problem, though.
09. Devin Street, Pittsburgh:
Skinny 6'4" WR with excellent route running, good hands and a ton of innate talent. Similar to Marlon Brown and Sidney Rice.
10. Davante Adams, Fresno State:
Solid WR who does everything solidly well, his best attribute is probably his body control. Similar to Michael Crabtree.
11. Shaq Evans, UCLA:
Like Abbrederis Evans is technique polished and just has a knack for getting behind DBs despite his "average-ish" speed. Good blocker. Very similar measurements and traits to Jermaine Kearse.
12. Brandon Coleman, Rutgers:
Probably a guy that won't do anything in the NFL, but he's so tantalizing as a red line threat. There really isn't another WR he properly compares to.
13. Martavis Bryant, Clemson:
Rarely targeted playing behind two first round pick WRs for most of his career. Big guy, smooth footwork, good hands, good interview. Could be a steal or could be Stephen Hill 2.0.
14. Jordan Matthews, Vanderbilt:
He competes after the catch but is not the best competitor for contested throws. When fearing a big hit he gets alligator arms. Could be a good WR, but he's kinda soft when it counts. Tools are solid but not amazing, reminds me of Aaron Dobson.
15. Kevin Norwood, Alabama:
6'2" WR who knows how to get open. Kind of a finesse receiver. Reminds me of a taller version of Deion Branch.
16. Bruce Ellington, South Carolina:
He's a little shorter than Cooks, but far bulkier, and better at attacking the football. Little guy, but tough. Good after the catch too. Cousin of Andre Ellington.
17. Jeff Janis, Saginaw State:
#1 athlete at the combine, and had huge production in division II playing with a crappy supporting cast. Great interview. He's terrible on contested throws though, definitely a project. Reminds me some of Ricardo Lockette, who also played in division II. That said, I see more natural ability in Janis.
18. Kevin Smith, Washington:
Wasn't invited to the combine and isn't even listed on some long draft lists, but he was maybe the best WR on UW last season, a team with some serious receiving talent. He was basically UWs equivalent of Robert Woods.
19. Josh Huff, Oregon:
Just a really solid player. When he was out, Mariota missed him.
20. Paul Richardson, Colorado:
Another NFL dead average type ala Aaron Dobson.
Off the board:
He's super big, but he has a lot to work on, not sure if he has the desire or attitude needed to correct issues.
He's small, looks small, and plays small. Great numbers but was a non-factor against defenses with good athletes in the secondary which makes me think he was a college gimmick type guy. Fights poorly for the ball, will probably get killed going over the middle. Very similar player to Deon Butler.
I'm guessing PC/JS will like Benjamin and Cooks a lot more than I do. Robinson and Landry are probably too slow for them. Just about every WR they've ever acquired ran in the 4.5s or better.