WR Rankings

Wide Receivers:

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1.Laquon Treadwell WR, Ole Miss | 6’2″ – 229lbs
Elite quickness and ability to make people miss in the open field.  A physical receiver who is able to break tackles and beat press coverage.  Also a true hands catcher.

2. Corey Coleman WR, Baylor | 5’10” – 190lbs
A true burner who can stretch the field and forces corners to respect his speed.  Will need to develop as a route runner, but can immediately step in as a vertical threat.

3. Tyler Boyd WR, Pittsburgh | 6’2″ – 190lbs
Has the ability to do everything you want, he can take the top off of the defense, high point the ball, has the quickness to run the bubble screen and can also provide value as a returner.  Has the best hands I’ve seen in the last few years and shines in contested catch situations.

4. Braxton Miller WR, Ohio State | 6’2″ – 215lbs
Elite athlete with YAC ability.  Special player with the ball in his hands, needs to get touches as many ways as possible.  Growing as a route runner, but has the ability to quickly get out in and out of his breaks.

5. Josh Doctson WR, Texas Christian | 6’4″ – 195lbs
Highly reliable target with the ability to win jump balls.  Surprisingly fluid for his size, but lacks elite speed.  True hands catcher, snatches the ball out of the air and tracks the ball very well.

6. Michael Thomas WR, Ohio State | 6’3″ – 210lbs
Crafty route runner with the ability to stretch the field.  Can run all of the routes and consistently creates separation.

7. Sterling Shephard WR, Oklahoma | 5’10” – 195lbs
Best route runner in the class, wins with quickness and precision.  Sudden in and out of his breaks, also ability after the catch.  Best suited as a slot receiver in order to best utilize his route running ability.

8. Will Fuller WR, Notre Dame | 6’0″ – 184lbs
A true vertical threat with  the speed to beat corners down the field and off the line of scrimmage.  Able to make plays with the ball in space.

9. Rashard Higgins WR, Colorado State | 6’2″ – 190lbs
Has the production, mentality and ability of a #1 WR.  Skilled route runner and shifty after the catch.  Needs to develop physically to hold up at the position.

10. Geronimo Allison WR, Illinois | 6’3″ – 200lbs
Elite speed and quickness, uses it to create separation.  Big play threat would could develop into a #1 WR.  Can do everything that you want at the position.

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