2019 NFL Draft Prospect Rankings

Wide Receivers

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1. Marquise Brown
College: Oklahoma

Height: 5’9″, Weight: 166
Marquise Brown’s thin frame is the obvious negative about him. Teams will worry about his long-term durability and his ability to succeed in contested plays. But, there’s no denying his play-making ability. Brown’s speed allows him to separate from most corners and he displayed great hands at Oklahoma. His elusiveness is unmatched and Brown is terrifying in the open field.

2. AJ Brown
College: Ole Miss

Height: 6’0″, Weight: 226
Getting separation is easy for AJ Brown and he displays great route running ability. It seems like Brown’s always open and he’s effective at getting extra yardage after the catch. Brown has great body control and does an excellent job at positioning himself. He does seem to get lethargic at times and could improve his effort on broken plays.

3. DK Metcalf
College: Ole Miss

Height: 6’3″, Weight: 228
The most intriguing receiving prospect in the draft, DK Metcalf took the world by storm with his combine performance. His size and speed jump out right away and uses both these to his advantage. After the catch, he has great vision and is a difficult tackle.

4. Emmanuel Hall
College: Missouri

Height: 6’2″, Weight: 201
A receiver with crazy quickness, Emmanuel Hall can develop into a great number two receiver at the next level. Hall is excellent at making adjustments on throws. With the ball in his hands, his elusiveness is incredible. His lack of physicality will limit him as a number two or three receiver.

5. Deebo Samuel
College: South Carolina

Height: 5’11”, Weight: 214
Deebo Samuel’s hands are incredible and he frequently made outstanding adjustments in traffic. His competitiveness is immediately apparent and he did a great job of gaining extra yardage after the catch. He will have to improve his overall route running and route diversity in order to take the next step.