- Mike Williams – Clemson
Pros: Big build, Good speed, Strong hands
Cons: Route running needs to be sharper
Overview: A NFL caliber receiver who has gone against some of the best in the ACC, will thrive in pass happy offenses.
2. Corey Davis – Western Michigan
Pros: Fast receiver, Good build, Great hands
Cons: Route running is average
Overview: I big physical receiver who can play at a Pro Bowl level in the NFL. Will be a huge redzone target for any QB.
3. John Ross – Washington
Pros: Blazing speed, Though receiver, Good hands
Cons: Small size
Overview: Small in stature, big in production. Ross is a big deep threat and will be very useful with big arm QB’s.
4. Malachi Dupre – LSU
Pros: Very physical receiver, Good size, Playmaker
Cons: Subpar route running, Ok speed
Overview: Little production in college due to system and the lack of a good QB. Has size, speed, and hands to be good in the NFL.
5. Cooper Kupp – Easterm Washington
Pros: Amazing hands, Good size
Cons: Ok speed
Overview: A pure hands receiver who will catch every pass thrown in a 5 yard radius. Will make for a good redzone and 3rd down target.