Wide Receivers


1. Ja’Marr Chase
Height: 6’0″ • Weight: 201
Ja’Marr Chase is a talented receiver with an impressive skill set that elevates him to the top of a strong receiver class. Chase is an excellent route runner with a dangerous initial step. He displays great hands with an impressive catch radius and is comfortable making catches in heavy traffic.

2. DeVonta Smith
Height: 6’0″ • Weight: 170
DeVonta Smith set college football on fire this past season. Smith has insane speed that makes him a matchup nightmare and encourages creativity on offense. He’s a strong route runner and catches the ball cleanly. Obvious concerns include his size and durability, but his talent everywhere else makes him a potential top-10 pick.

3. Jaylen Waddle
Height: 5’10 • Weight: 182
Jaylen Waddle is a big play threat any time he has the ball in his hands. Wadle is a great athlete with terrific leaping ability. His speed paired with his strong route running buys him separation against defenders. Additionally, Waddle can serve as a kick returner.

4. Rashod Bateman
Height: 6’0″ • Weight: 190
Rashod Bateman is a terrific route runner with a beautiful first step that forces defenders off-balance. Bateman is a reliable pass catcher who displays great concentration on contested throws. On broken or extended plays, he flows with the quarterback and finds open pockets in the defense.

5. Terrace Marshall Jr.
Height: 6’3″ • Weight: 205
Terrace Marshall is your prototypical big-bodied receiver. Marshall put up a strong performance this past season despite lackluster quarterback play. He has reliable hands, adjusts well on poor throws, and is a good route runner. Marshall has all the tools to become a number one receiver.