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  1. Kevin White, WR, West Virginia - 6'3 - 210
    White has pretty much everything you're looking for in a receiver. He's got size at 6'3, he's got great hands, and he has an excellent ability to high point the ball. Scouts say that he's also a great route runner with the ability to run many different routes and that he's good with the ball after the catch. The one concern was his speed, but he alleviated those conce... Read More
  2. Amari Cooper, WR, Alabama - 6'0 - 205
    With rifle-armed Jacob Coker penciled in as the Tide's starting quarterback, Cooper could see his stock rise to the Julio Jones level in 2014, as he will be a likely candidate for NFL life in 2015. He broke a 62-year school record with 11 touchdown grabs in 2012, but toe and foot injuries hampered him the first part of the 2013 schedule, which limited him to 45 catche... Read More
  3. DeVante Parker, WR, Louisville - 6-3 - 209
    Not much separates Parker from Montgomery as far as analysts are concerned. Much like the Cardinal pass catcher, he uses his size well to aggressively go after the ball and, while he's not used on special teams, Parker has great ability to stretch the field. He was limited a bit last year by a midseason shoulder contusion, but he accounted for 855 yards on 55 receptio... Read More
  4. Breshad Perriman, WR, UCF - 6'2 - 212
    Breshad Perriman of Central Florida is an intriguing and elite speed receiver, who may find his way into the first round of the NFL Draft. Coming out of high school in the Atlanta area, Perriman was lightly recruited as a wide receiver, and was more highly decorated as a track star. He comes from good blood lines, as his father, Brett Perriman, was a star wide rec... Read More
  5. Dorial Green-Beckham, WR, Oklahoma - 6'6 - 225
    Green-Beckham is an interesting prospect. He has all the physical tools. All of them. At 6'6-225 he obviously has the size to be a good NFL receiver, but he also has the speed and hands you're looking for as well. He used those tools to catch 59 passes for 883 yards and 12 touchdowns in his sophomore season. Some people have used the name A.J. Green when describing Gr... Read More
  6. Jaelen Strong, WR, Arizona State - 6-3 - 215
    Alert to Pac-12 Conference fans - Stanford's Ty Montgomery might be an exciting player, but the most electrifying "high flyer" in the league is this Sun Devils junior college find. With an equally mobile quarterback in Taylor Kelly to go for the "home run" play, low flying pigeons over Sun Devils Stadium enter at their own risk. Strong finished the season with seven 1... Read More
  7. Phillip Dorsett, WR, Miami - 5-10 - 185
    Phillip Dorsett of Miami is an intriguing and elite speed receiver, who may find his way into the first round of the NFL Draft. Coming out of high school in Florida, Dorsett was highly recruited as a wide receiver, having won a 5A State Championship. He was also recorded as having run a 4.4 forty yard dash, as well as a 36.5 inch vertical jump. During his seni... Read More
  8. Nelson Agholor, WR, USC - 6-1 - 190
    Agholor has been traveling quite a bit during his lifetime, but based on his performance on the football field the last two years, he's about to settle into a starting job with some National Football League team in the near future. Having declared for the 2015 draft, he hopes that time will come during his rookie season. Before he left the Trojans program, he becam... Read More
  9. Devin Smith, WR, Ohio State - 6-0 - 196
    Devin Smith of Ohio State is an elite speed receiver, who may find his way into the first round of the NFL Draft. Coming out of high school in Ohio, Smith was highly recruited as a wide receiver. He was also the Ohio State Champion in the long jump, as well as a standout basketball player. He continued on as a two sport athlete at Ohio State where he was one of th... Read More
  10. Devin Funchess, WR, Michigan - 6'5 - 230
    Funchess struggled in his first season as a wide receiver at Michigan (moved from tight end). He's a size/speed mismatch but will need to eliminate the lapses in focus that plagued his junior season in order to reach his potential. The fact that's he's more of a project with upside could cause a fall to round 2. His blocking leaves a lot to be desired so he likely pro... Read More
  11. Sammie Coates, WR, Auburn - 6-2 - 201
    Since Cam Newton left for the NFL, the Tigers have failed to mount much of a passing game. Without that blue chip quarterback, Sammie Coates has had to make the most out of limited opportunities, to the tune of numerous big plays. Outside of Alexander Wright (56 for 1,320 yards, a 23.57-yard average; 1986-89), no other Tiger can boast Sammie Coates' career average ... Read More
  12. Rashad Greene, WR, Florida State - 6-0 - 180
  13. Jamison Crowder, WR, Duke - 5'9 - 175
    Jamison Crowder is the classic case that big things come in small packages. The speedy receiver tied the school and Atlantic Coast Conference career-record with 283 receptions and ranks third in league annals with 3,641 aerial yards, the second-highest total by a Blue Devil. He turned... Read More
  14. Stefon Diggs, WR, Maryland - 6-0 - 195
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