Wide Receivers

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1. Ja’Marr Chase
LSU
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
Alabama
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
Alabama
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. Terrace Marshall Jr.
LSU
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.


5. Rashod Bateman
Minnesota
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.