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2012 Wide Receiver Reports
Height: 5-10.5
Weight: 180
40: 4.51
Year: 4Sr

Joe Adams

School: Arkansas
Position: WR
Bio: All-American, All-conference and ACC Special Teams Player of the Year in 2011 when he became a full-time starter. Totals last year included 49 receptions/630 yards/3 touchdowns as a receiver, with an average of 16.2 yards on 16 punt returns and three more scores. Junior receiving totals included 50/313/6, with an average of 15.6 yards returning punts. Part-time starter during his sophomore and junior campaigns.
Positive: Explosive, game-breaking skill player who beats defenders as a receiver and punt returner. Quickly releases off the line, displays a burst of speed and is explosive. Gets up in a crowd, extends and exposes himself to the big hit. Adjusts to make difficult catches. Quickly transitions from making the catch to running after the reception. Keeps the play in bounds, effectively uses blocks and is dangerous running after the catch and returning punts. Strong for his size, displaying the ability to keep his feet after the initial hit. Solid route runner who quickly gets into breaks and separates from defenders on exit.
Negative: Drops some catchable throws and does not show consistently soft hands. Undersized and gets out-positioned battling for the ball. Did not time well in the 40 at the combine or during his pro day.
Analysis: Adams was a reliable playmaker at Arkansas who also did damage as a return specialist. He needs to polish his game, but he has the skills to develop into a No. 2 receiver at the next level and possesses Pro Bowl return ability.

Height: 5-11.5
Weight: 188
40: 4.61
Year: 4Sr

Devin Aguilar

School: Washington
Position: WR
Bio: Started eight games as a senior, posting 41 receptions/611 yards/6 TDs. Junior totals included 28/352/2 after 42/593/5 as a sophomore when he started nine games.
Positive: Reliable possession receiver with limited physical skills. Extends his hands, offers the quarterback a target and makes the reception away from his frame. Possesses soft hands. Nicely adjusts to make tough catches or gets vertical to make the difficult catch.
Negative: One-speed receiver with a minimal burst. Gives marginal effort blocking.
Analysis: Aguilar showed flashes of ability throughout his college career yet is a limited athlete who does not come with a large upside. He could make it as a fifth receiver if he stands out on special teams.

Height: 5-8.5
Weight: 178
40: 4.33
Year: 4Sr

Luther Ambrose

School: La-Monroe
Position: WR
Bio: Senior receiving totals included 21 receptions/133 yards/1 TD. Averaged 31.2 yards on 26 kick returns with two more scores last year. Led the team in receiving as a junior, posting 65/752/6 and to earn all-conference honors. All-American track and field athlete who holds several sprint records.
Positive: Smallish receiver rated primarily as return specialist for the next level. Extremely quick, easily makes the reception in stride and extends to make the catch away from his frame. Has a burst, beats defenders into the open field and can run to daylight. Gives effort blocking downfield.
Negative: Easily brought down at the initial point of attack. Marginal route runner and best in a straight line.
Analysis: Ambrose is a champion sprinter who can take it all the way any time the ball is in his hands. He E(TM)s coming off a disappointing senior season at receiver, but his return skills and the ability to stretch the defense as a receiver will get him consideration on a practice squad this fall.

Height: 6-2.5
Weight: 202
40: 4.6
Year: 5Sr

Damarlo Belcher

School: Indiana
Position: WR
Bio: Played in six games as a senior then was dismissed from the program for violation of team rules. Totals last year included 25 receptions/286 yards/1 TD. Started 12 games as a junior and finished with 78/832/4. Sophomore totals included 61/770/5 with four starts.
Positive: Nice-sized possession receiver who can positively impact the game when focused. Sells routes, gets vertical and exposes himself to the big hit to come away with the ball. Nicely adjusts to the pass in midair to make the reception. Uses his frame as an advantage to shield away defenders. Big enough and strong enough to make the difficult catch in a crowd.
Negative: Lazily comes off the line on occasion. Struggles getting separation and more of an underneath receiver. Lacks natural pass catching hands. Does not always win out in battles as he should. Unnecessarily lets passes get inside him. Minimal burst in his game.
Analysis: Belcher looked like a star in the making after his sophomore season of 2009 and slightly improved the following year but watched his play take a major step back last year. He possesses the size and skill necessary to be a fourth receiver with possibilities as a red zone target or third-down receiver. He must get his priorities in order to have any chance of making it out of camp this summer.

Height: 6-0.5
Weight: 202
40: 4.55
Year: 5Sr

Josh Bellamy

School: Louisville
Position: WR
Bio: Junior college transfer who rotated into the starting lineup the past two years. Senior totals included 24 receptions/280 yards/2 TDs after 29/401/5 the prior year.
Positive: Reliable possession receiver coming off a disappointing season. Quickly releases off the line of scrimmage, effectively fights with his hands to separate from defenders and easily makes the reception in stride. Displays good focus, nicely adjusts to the errant throw and looks the ball into his hands. Displays both soft and strong hands with the ability to pluck the ball from the air.
Negative: Displays himself as a one speed receiver who does not possess the second gear or show the ability to run to the long throw. Coming off a minimally productive senior season and never put up big numbers on the college level.
Analysis: Bellamy was highly rated coming into the 2011 campaign yet failed to live up to expectations and build upon what was a solid junior campaign. He has enough skill to make it as a fifth receiver and must quickly elevates his game and produce in camp this summer.

Height: 5-11.5
Weight: 205
40: 4.52
Year: 4Sr

Tim Benford

School: Tennessee Tech
Position: WR
Bio: Four-year starter awarded all-conference honors since his sophomore season. Senior totals included 65 receptions/923 yards/5 TDs after he had 50/812/10 as a junior. Broke onto the scene as a true freshman in 2008, posting 68/782/10.
Positive: Slippery, elusive pass catcher with reliable hands. Quickly releases off the line into pass routes, immediately gets to top speed and comes back to the ball out of breaks. Runs sharp routes, quickly gets into breaks and stays low on exit. Extends his hands to make the reception away from his frame. Quickly transitions from making the catch to running after the reception. Easily adjusts to the errant throw and is an agile receiver who adjusts to make tough catches. Does not go down without a fight. Works hard as a downfield blocker.
Negative: Does not display a burst in his game and lacks top-end speed. Will struggle in battles at the next level.
Analysis: Benford was consistent and productive on the college level. He offers enough skill to produce as a fifth receiver in the NFL for a variety of offensive schemes and would help his cause by showing return skills this summer.

Height: 5-10
Weight: 172
40: 4.32
Year: 4Sr

Travis Benjamin

School: Miami-Fl
Position: WR
Bio: Started nine games as a senior, finishing the year with 41 receptions/609 yards/3 TDs. Also averaged 11 yards on 11 punt returns and 23.7 yards on 25 kick returns. Junior totals included career-best numbers of 43/743/3 when he again started nine contests.
Positive: Small yet fast receiver with home-run speed. Displays a terrific burst, can turn it on in a single step and displays speed in a straight line and on crossing routes. Adjusts to make tough catches. Uses his frame to shield away defenders. Looks the ball into his hands and affectively makes over-the-shoulder catches downfield.
Negative: Small and loses out in battles. Not a sturdy receiver and finishes plays by running out of bounds. Does not display consistent hands.
Analysis: Benjamin lacks the size to start at the next level, but his speed is an enticing. He possesses the ability to break the long play anytime the ball is in his hands. Benjamin is worth consideration in the late rounds and is a developmental prospect who can be used as a fifth receiver/return specialist.

Height: 5-11
Weight: 190
40: 4.42
Year: 4Sr

Malcolm Beyah

School: Middle Tennessee
Position: WR
Bio: Two-year starter who finished with 45 receptions/497 yards/6 TDs as a senior after he had 29/388/2 the prior year.
Positive: Athletic prospect who's never fully developed into a complete receiver. Quickly gets into pass routes, extends his hands and makes the reception away from his frame. Displays solid eye/hand coordination. Plays with good balance, body control and uses his frame to protect the pass. Quickly transitions from making the catch to running after the reception. Shows a burst and turns it on in one quick step.
Negative: Lazy off the line at times. Despite his 40 time does not display the ability to run to the deep pass. Gathers into blocks.
Analysis: Beyah possesses the size/speed numbers to play at the next level yet has been moderately productive and underachieved during his college career. He's a practice squad prospect who will only make an active roster if he elevates his game.

Height: 6-1
Weight: 207
40: 4.48
Year: 4Jr

Justin Blackmon

School: Oklahoma State
Position: WR
Bio: Two-year starter awarded All-America and all-conference honors since his sophomore season. Junior totals included 122 catches/1,522 yards/18 TDs. Posted 111/1782/20 as a sophomore and was named Big 12 Offensive Player of the Year and given the Biletnikoff Award as the nation's top receiver.
Positive: Physical, reliable pass catcher with outstanding size and ability. Instinctive and plays smart football. Fluid and smooth in all his actions. Plays with terrific balance and body control and easily adjusts backward or gets vertical to make catches. Comes back to the ball out of pass routes, extends his hands and offers the quarterback a big target. Lays out and extends to make the difficult reception with defenders draped on him. Looks the ball into his hands and displays both soft and strong hands with the ability to pull the pass from the air. Uses his frame to shield away defenders and consistently wins out in battles. Effective blocking downfield.
Negative: One-speed receiver who lacks a burst and is not a vertical threat. Marginally effective running after the reception. Occasionally takes his eyes off the ball, which results in drops or double catching. Displayed good route running skills at the combine yet during his college career showed minimal quickness and sharpness into breaks.
Analysis: Blackmon is a tremendous pass-catching target in the mold of former All-Pro receiver Terrell Owens. He's a big target who battles to make the reception and has the physical skills necessary to consistently come away with the ball. Blackmon will be an effective red zone target and a top third-down receiver. He offers immediate starting potential.

Height: 5-11.5
Weight: 170
40: 4.41
Year: 4Sr

Kelvin Bolden

School: Southern Mississippi
Position: WR
Bio: Junior college transfer who posted career-best numbers of 58 receptions/671 yards/7 TDs as a senior after he had 41/667/6 in 2010, his first season at Southern Mississippi.
Positive: Explosive receiver who has opponents playing back on their heels. Fast, plays to his 40 time and displays the ability to stretch the field. Nicely adjusts to the errant throw, gets down to scoop up the low pass and possesses good eye/hand coordination. Displays strong hands and has the ability to pull the fastball from the air. Nicely adjusts to the errant throw, makes the reception in stride and shows skill running after the catch. Consistently extends to make the reception away from his frame.
Negative: Finishes plays by running out of bounds. Must give better effort blocking. Not a sturdy receiver.
Analysis: Bolden was consistent and productive for Southern Mississippi the two years he played with the program. He shows big play skills and could be an effective fifth receiver at the next level, lining up in the slot.

Height: 6-1.5
Weight: 217
40: 4.65
Year: 4Sr

Jarrett Boykin

School: Virginia Tech
Position: WR
Bio: Three-year starter who also saw significant action with the first team as a freshman. Set school records for career receptions and receiving yards. Senior totals included 61 receptions/761 yards/5 TDs after he posted 53/847/6 as a junior. Sophomore totals included 40/835/5 and an average of 20.9 yards per reception.
Positive: Nice-sized possession receiver with reliable hands. Has opponents playing back on their heels, sells pass routes and comes back to the ball out of breaks. Uses his frame to shield away defenders and protect the pass. Makes the difficult reception with opponents draped on him. Nicely adjusts to the errant throw or gets down to scoop up low passes. Extends his hands to offer the quarterback a nice target, displays good eye/hand coordination and makes the reception away from his frame. Solid downfield blocker. Gets vertical over opponents and pulls the ball from the air.
Negative: Marginal skills running after the reception. One-speed receiver who's not a deep threat. Tends to float exiting breaks.
Analysis: Boykin was productive and durable on the college level, but his poor speed and marginal quickness limit his upside. He could be a possession receiver/red zone wideout at the next level.

Height: 5-10.5
Weight: 192
40: 4.44
Year: 5Sr

LaVon Brazill

School: Ohio
Position: WR
Bio: All-conference selection as a senior after leading Ohio in receptions with 73 receptions/1144 yards/11 TDs. Played in three games as a junior before suffering a season-ending knee injury. All-conference selection and All-American in 2009 with receiving totals of 53/702/6 and an average of13.5 yards on 26 punt returns with 3 TDs.
Positive: Dependable, creative pass catcher who also impacts the game as a return specialist. Displays a sense of timing, possesses good eye/hand coordination and easily makes tough over-the-shoulder catches downfield. Comes back to the ball, finds the open space on the field and makes himself an available target. Extends his hands to make the reception away from his frame and shows skill running after the catch. Easily adjusts to grab the errant throw in stride. Possesses soft, reliable hands. Competitive and holds onto the ball when he takes a big hit. Follows blocks running after the catch and returning punts.
Negative: Lacks a second gear and top-end speed. Has a prior knee injury which must be checked.
Analysis: Brazill was a terrific college receiver and also impacted the game returning punts, a pair of skills he'll take with him to next level. He offers the potential to be used in a variety of systems at the next level and the ability to eventually develop into a productive third receiver.

Height: 6-3.5
Weight: 228
40: 4.72
Year: 5Sr

LaMark Brown

School: Minnesota State
Position: WR
Bio: Kansas State transfer who posted 31 receptions/405 yards/5 TDs as a senior.
Positive: Large possession receiver with a good degree of upside. Fluid releasing off the line into pass routes, has good strength and beats opponents to come away with the ball. Offers the quarterback a huge target.
Negative: Must do a better job coming back to the ball. Does not play with good balance. Drops some very catchable throws and displays inconsistent hands. Must give better effort blocking.
Analysis: Brown very much looks the part yet has never dominated on any level he's played at. He possesses the physical skills to be a fourth receiver in the NFL yet must elevate every aspect of his game.

Height: 5-10.5
Weight: 192
40: 4.5
Year: 5Sr

Ryan Broyles

School: Oklahoma
Position: WR
Bio: Four-year starter awarded all-conference honors since his sophomore season and named an All-America the past two years. Played in nine games as a senior before suffering a season-ending knee injury. Finished 2011 with 83 catches/1,157 yards/10 TDs and averaged 10.1 yards on 18 punt returns. Junior totals included career-best receiving numbers of 131/1622/14. Totaled 89/1120/15 receiving as a sophomore with an average of 15.9 yards on 31 punt returns.
Positive: Reliable and dependable pass catcher who does the little things well. Fluid, adjusts nicely to the throw and easily makes the reception in stride. Quickly transitions from making the catch to running after the reception. Displays outstanding eye/hand coordination, remains focused throughout the action. Consistently extends his hands to offer the quarterback a target. Smooth receiver who effortlessly moves around the field and displays good sense of timing. Terrific special teams player who does an outstanding job setting up punt returns and following blocks everywhere on the field.
Negative: Lacks a burst and does not play fast. Easily brought down at the point of attack by a single defender. Struggles when battling to make the catch.
Analysis: Broyles is a dependable receiver who can also have an impact on punt returns. He has the skills necessary to be a third wideout with the potential to be a team's top punt returner.

Height: 6-0.5
Weight: 189
40: 4.55
Year: 5Sr

Kris Burd

School: Virginia
Position: WR
Bio: Three-year starter who led Virginia in receiving as a senior with totals of 66 receptions/913 yards/3 TDs. Junior numbers included 58/799/5 after he posted 31/413/1 during his sophomore campaign.
Positive: Underrated wideout who E(TM)s very effective running after the catch. Displays a sense of timing, easily adjusts to the errant throw and makes the reception in stride. Sells routes, quick out of breaks and follows the quarterback across the field to make himself an available target. Nimble, agile and gets down to scoop up low throws. Elusive running after the reception and keeps the play inbounds working to pick up positive yardage. Knows where the sticks are on third down and gets past them. Always uses his frame to protect the pass.
Negative: More quick than fast. Occasionally body catches rather than extending to grab the ball away from his frame. One-speed receiver who's not a downfield threat.
Analysis: Burd has shown consistent improvement in his game the past three seasons and possesses the skill set for a West Coast/timing offense.

Height: 6-4
Weight: 216
40: 4.53
Year: 4Sr

Laron Byrd

School: Miami-Fl
Position: WR
Bio: Started just two games as a senior, posting 11 receptions/125 yards/1 TD. Junior totals included a career-high 41 receptions for 441 receiving yards and one score. Sophomore numbers included 33/460/1.
Positive: One-time highly rated receiver coming off a disappointing senior campaign. Physical and battles opponents to get off the line of scrimmage. Displays sharpness into routes and stays low on exit. Comes back to the ball out of breaks, displays good eye/hand coordination and flashes strong hands with the ability to pull the ball from the air. Works hard to make himself an available target and almost always comes away with the difficult reception. Gives effort blocking and gets results.
Negative: Lazily comes off the line on occasion. Does not show burst of speed and is not a downfield threat. Play on the field took a step backwards in 2011.
Analysis: Coming into the season Byrd was justifiably rated as a potential top 100 choice, but his stock has fallen due to his 2011 results. At the top of his game he's a strong possession wideout who consistently makes tough catches. He possesses the underlying ability to be a fourth receiver at the next level but must quickly produce in camp this summer to make a final roster.

Height: 5-6.5
Weight: 163
40: 4.45
Year: 5Sr

Tyron Carrier

School: Houston
Position: WR
Bio: Four-year starter awarded all-conference honors after his sophomore and senior seasons. Named Conference USA Special Teams Player of the Year in 2011. Led Houston in receiving last season with 96 receptions/958 yards/5 TDs and also averaged 25.2 yards on 30 kick returns with another score. Junior receiving numbers included 53/480/1 with a 23.5 yard average on 50 kick returns and another score. Totaled 91/1029/7 receiving as a sophomore and 80/1026/9 as a freshman.
Positive: Small yet explosive skill player who E(TM)s a threat to take it the distance any time the ball's in his hands. Displays exceptional quickness and elusiveness and has the ability to create yardage. Quickly releases off the line and is a sharp route runner who separates from defenders into breaks and comes back to the ball on exit. Throws double moves on defenders, quickly changes direction and loses no momentum. Possesses great concentration and makes tough catches in traffic. Plays bigger than his listed size, stays with the action and has a burst of speed. Dynamic return specialist who does a terrific job setting up returns, finds the running lanes and altering the momentum of games with big plays.
Negative: Struggles handling jams at the line of scrimmage and easily knocked off balance. Outmatched by larger defenders. Short and gets lost on the field, becoming a difficult target for the quarterback to see.
Analysis: Carrier is dismissed in some scouting circles, but he's a dynamic player with a well-rounded game. Size is a limiting factor, but he could be a lethal slot receiver and game-changing return specialist at the next level if given an opportunity.

Height: 6-1.5
Weight: 201
40: 4.65
Year: 4Sr

Willie Carter

School: Howard
Position: WR
Bio: Four-year starter awarded all-conference honors as a senior with totals of 50 receptions/646 yards/7 TDs. Junior totals included 29/563/3 after 46/630/5 as a sophomore.
Positive: Dependable college receiver with average athleticism for the next level. Extends to make the reception away from his frame, adjusts to the errant throw and displays strength running after the catch. Picks up big yardage from the line of scrimmage.
Negative: Not aggressive and doesn E(TM)t fight for the ball. Lacks a quick release off the line. Let's a lot of catchable throws slip through his hands.
Analysis: Carter has shown flashes of ability the past three seasons and has a nose for the big play. His attention to detail is questionable and must be corrected if he's to make it at the next level.

Height: 6-0
Weight: 160
40: 4.55
Year: 4Sr

Van Chew

School: Syracuse
Position: WR
Bio: Two-year starter who finished with 37 receptions/471 yards/3 TDs as a senior after junior totals of 41/611/5.
Positive: Thinly built underneath receiver coming off a disappointing senior campaign. Comes back to the ball out of pass routes, uses his frame to shield away defenders and works hard to make himself an available target. Consistently extends his hands to make the reception away from his frame. Displays good quickness and the ability to separate from opponents.
Negative: Lacks top-end speed and is not a downfield threat. Loses out in battles.
Analysis: Chew displayed signs of being an NFL prospect after his junior season of 2010 yet was unable to elevate his game last season. He's a slot receiver with solid hands, but he must quickly produce in summer camp to have any chance of making a final roster.

Height: 6-3
Weight: 219
40: 4.52
Year: 4Sr

Greg Childs

School: Arkansas
Position: WR
Bio: Part-time starter the past three seasons, finishing with 41 receptions/518 yards/2 touchdowns as a senior after posting 46/659/6 the prior year. Sophomore totals included 48/894/7.
Positive: Nice-sized possession receiver who never elevated his game after a terrific 2008 campaign. Finds the soft spot in the defense, extends his hands and looks the pass in. Easily makes the reception running laterally, fights for the ball and gets up in a crowd to grab the ball. Quickly transitions from making the catch to running after the reception. Works to make the catch away from his frame. Displays soft and strong hands with the ability to snatch the pass from the air. Effectively uses his frame to protect the pass or defeat opponents.
Negative: One-speed receiver who does not display a burst. Lacks a quick release off the line of scrimmage and slows into routes.
Analysis: Childs rated high on the list of receiver prospects after his sophomore season, but lost playing time to the speedier, field-stretching wideouts on the Arkansas roster the past two years. He possesses the size and pass-catching skills to be an effective third receiver at the next level and could develop into a No. 2 if he elevates his game.

Height: 6-2
Weight: 210
40: 4.41
Year: 5Sr

Toney Clemons

School: Colorado
Position: WR
Bio: Michigan transfer that's started the past two seasons, posting 43 receptions/680 yards/8 TDs as a senior and 43/482/3 as a junior.
Positive: Nice-sized receiver who's flashed skill the past two years. Solid route runner who stays low exiting breaks and positions himself to make the reception on exit. Comes back to the ball, follows the quarterback across the field and works to make himself an available target. Solid speed with the ability to make the deep reception in stride. Effectively extends to make the reception away from his frame and shows skill running after the catch. Uses his frame to shield away opponents.
Negative: Unnecessarily body catches at times. Loses out in battles when he should not.
Analysis: Clemons has flashed skill the past two seasons and offers enough ability to make a roster as a fifth receiver.

Height: 6-0
Weight: 201
40: 4.43
Year: 5Sr

Danny Coale

School: Virginia Tech
Position: WR
Bio: Four-year starter and 2011 recipient of the ACC Jim Tatum Award, symbolic of the conference E(TM)s top student-athlete on the football field. Senior totals included 60 receptions/904 yards/3 TDs after he posted 39/732/3 as a junior. Also used to return punts at Virginia Tech.
Positive: Reliable, productive receiver with a terrific head for the game. Smart football player who comes back into the clearing to make himself an available target and consistently catches the ball with his hands. Fluid, displays terrific focus and frequently makes tough catches. Lays out or extends to grab the ball, makes over-the-shoulder catches downfield and uses his frame to shield away defenders. Plays with terrific balance and body control. Competes hard and always battles to come away with the ball. Solid route runner who stays low exiting breaks and positions himself to make the catch on exit. Displays a terrific sense of timing and wins out in battles.
Negative: Not a true downfield threat despite his 40 time. Possesses solid size but is not a big-bodied receiver.
Analysis: Coale was a terrific college wide out and possesses enough skill to line up as a slot receiver in the NFL. One of the more underrated receivers in this draft, Cole should produce as a rookie then have a long NFL career as a third receiver on the depth chart.

Height: 5-10.5
Weight: 170
40: 4.52
Year: 5Sr

Brandon Collins

School: Southeastern Louisiana
Position: WR
Bio: Texas transfer who started the past two seasons. Senior receiving totals included 61 receptions/746 yards/5 TDs when he also averaged 11 yards on 21 punt returns. Junior numbers included 56/875/4 catching the ball.
Positive: Small, slippery pass catcher who projects as a return specialist in the NFL. Quickly releases off the line into pass routes, displays sharpness into breaks and stays low on exit. Immediately gets to top speed, possesses a burst and easily makes the downfield reception in stride, adjusting to the throw. Elusive handling the ball in the open field. Solid return specialist who sets up his returns and follows blocks everywhere.
Negative: Small, has a slight build and easily brought down at the point of attack. Lacks true home run hitting speed.
Analysis: Collins offers potential as a slot receiver in the NFL yet must produce returning punts this summer to have any chance of making a roster.

Height: 5-10.5
Weight: 190
40: 4.58
Year: 5Sr

Josh Cooper

School: Oklahoma State
Position: WR
Bio: Two-year starter who had 71 receptions/715 yards/3 TDs as a senior and 68/736/5 as a junior. Experienced return specialist.
Positive: Reliable pass catcher who plays a tough brand of football. Sells routes, works hard to come free and goes over the middle to make the difficult reception. Solid route runner who quickly gets into breaks and stays low on exit then positions himself to make the reception. Displays good awareness on the field and consistently finds the soft spot in the defense to make himself an available target. Solid underneath receiver who lays out or extends to make the difficult reception.
Negative: Displays minimal quickness and speed in his game. Struggles battling larger defenders. Marginally effective running after the catch.
Analysis: Cooper is a slot receiver/return specialist and brings both toughness and intelligence. He has the skills necessary to make it as a fourth or fifth receiver and should stand out on both sides of special teams.

Height: 6-2.5
Weight: 224
40: 4.66
Year: 4Sr

Juron Criner

School: Arizona
Position: WR
Bio: Full-time starter the past two seasons and awarded all-conference honors as a junior. Senior totals included 75 catches/956 yards/11 TDs after he had 82/1233/11 the prior year.
Positive: Large, reliable possession receiver with a solid game. Plays with good balance and body control and has a smooth style. Strong makes the difficult reception in a crowd and can outmuscle defenders to come away with the ball. Easily adjusts to the errant throw, makes the reception in stride and quickly transitions from making the catch to running downfield. Displays terrific eye/hand coordination, exceptional focus and consistently extends to make the reception away from his body. Shows the ability to break tackles.
Negative: Lacks the second gear, possesses just a short burst and not a field stretcher. Loses focus on occasion and drops some catchable throws. Missed some time at Arizona with personal issues.
Analysis: At the top of his game, Criner can be a game-controlling possession receiver who takes over a contest. He has all the skills necessary to be a productive second wideout if he E(TM)s able to maintain focus and continue to improve his game.

Height: 6-1.5
Weight: 211
40: 4.53
Year: 5Sr

B.J. Cunningham

School: Michigan State
Position: WR
Bio: All-conference selection as a senior after posting career-best numbers of 79 receptions/1306 yards/12 TDs. Started seven games as a junior, posting 50/611/9. Had 48/641/4 as a sophomore in 10 starts.
Positive: Nice-sized underneath receiver who's developing a polished game. Consistent hand-catcher who displays terrific focus and concentration and the ability to make the reception with defenders draped on him. Gets vertical in a crowd and competes to make the tough catch. Extends his hands and makes the reception away from his frame. Exposes himself to the big hit over the middle of the field in order to come away with the ball. Smart football player who consistently finds ways to separate from defenders and come free to make himself an available target. Effectively makes the downfield reception and displays good eye/hand coordination. Uses his frame to shield away defenders and fights hard to come away with the ball.
Negative: Overall game lacks quickness and speed. Tends to round off pass routes. Cannot stretch the defense vertically.
Analysis: After a somewhat disappointing junior season, Cunningham elevated his game as a last year. He possesses all the tools necessary to be a third or fourth receiver at the next level, although Cunningham will only be effective in the underneath coverage.

Height: 6-2.5
Weight: 193
40: 4.55
Year: 4Sr

Danny Dembry

School: Wake Forest
Position: WR
Bio: Part-time starter the past two seasons, posting 36 receptions/423 yards/1 TD as a senior and 8/106/1 as a junior.
Positive: Nice-sized pass catcher with reliable hands. Comes back to the ball out of breaks, extends his hands and consistently makes the reception away from his frame. Fights hard to come away with the ball in a battle. Uses his frame to shield away defenders. Possesses soft and strong hands.
Negative: Gathers into pass routes and is very choppy with his footwork into breaks. Not a downfield threat.
Analysis: Dembry is a good athlete with a game that's on the rise. He possesses the physical skills and football ability to line up as a fifth receiver at the next level if he continues to improve.

Height: 6-0.5
Weight: 200
40: 4.45
Year: 4Sr

David Douglas

School: Arizona
Position: WR
Bio: Two-year starter who posted career-best numbers of 65 receptions/666 yards/4 TDs as a senior after he had junior totals of 52/515/5.
Positive: Resilient, focused receiver who displayed consistent improvement in college. Displays a good degree of quickness in his game, comes back to the ball out of routes and works into the clearing of the defense to make himself an available target. Easily adjusts to the errant throw, looks the pass into his hands and uses his body to shield away defenders.
Negative: One-speed receiver who lacks a burst. Ordinary size for a possession wideout.
Analysis: Douglas does the little things well at his position and offers possibilities as a fifth receiver/special teams player for an NFL team.

Height: 5-10.5
Weight: 192
40: 4.55
Year: 5Sr

Taiwan Easterling

School: Florida State
Position: WR
Bio: Moved into the starting lineup at Florida State as a freshman. Junior totals in 2010 included 41 receptions/541 yards/4 TDs after he had 35/442/2 as a sophomore in 2009. Left the Florida State football team in 2011 after signing a minor-league contract with the Chicago Cubs.
Positive: Quick, sure-handed college receiver who's decided to pursue a career in major league baseball. Flexible, nimble and adjusts to make the difficult reception. Keeps the play in bounds running after the catch trying to pick up as many yards as possible. Displays strong hands, terrific focus and makes the reception away from his frame. Fast moving laterally and easily makes the reception in stride.
Negative: Not a strong or sturdy pass catcher. Lacks deep speed.
Analysis: Easterling was a reliable receiver at Florida State and possesses the skills to be a fourth receiver at the next level. NFL career is now on hold.

Height: 5-10
Weight: 206
40: 4.38
Year: 4Sr

Jeremy Ebert

School: Northwestern
Position: WR
Bio: Moved into the starting lineup at Florida State as a freshman. Junior totals in 2010 included 41 receptions/541 yards/4 TDs after he had 35/442/2 as a sophomore in 2009. Left the Florida State football team in 2011 after signing a minor-league contract with the Chicago Cubs.
Positive: Speedy, big-play receiver with reliable hands. Quickly releases off the line into pass routes, immediately gets to top speed and easily adjusts to the pass running full tilt. Extends to make the difficult catch. Flies around the field for the ball. Displays terrific concentration and eye/hand coordination. Finds a way to sneak into the open space of the defense and makes himself an available target. Extends his hands and consistently makes the reception away from his frame.
Negative: Possesses a thin build and will struggle handling jams. Slows into routes and gets very choppy-footed.
Analysis: Ebert is a receiver prospect who E(TM)s fallen under the radar, but he has legitimate pass-catching skills and speed for the next level. He's a solid last-day pick who can line up as a fifth receiver during his rookie season.

Height: 5-9.5
Weight: 172
40: 4.45
Year: 5Sr

Patrick Edwards

School: Houston
Position: WR
Bio: Three-year starter awarded all-conference honors since his sophomore season and named Conference USA Offensive Player of the Year in 2011. Receiving totals last year included 89 receptions/1752 yards/20 TDs for an average of 19.7 yards per reception. Also averaged 14 yards on 15 punt returns with another score. Junior receiving totals included 71/1100/13 after he posted 85/1021/6 as a sophomore.
Positive: Dynamic skill player who E(TM)s a game breaker as a receiver and punt returner. Fluid releasing off the line, immediately gets a top speed and is a legitimate deep threat. Consistently gets behind the defense, displays good eye/hand coordination and easily makes the deep reception in stride. Comes back to the ball out of breaks, quickly transitions from making the catch to running after the reception and displays skill picking up yardage after the catch. Shows a tremendous burst of speed in a straight line or laterally. Sells routes, shows quickness into breaks and stays low on exit.
Negative: Lacks a big frame and struggles in battles. Unnecessarily lets passes get inside him on occasion. Takes his eyes off the ball and peeks upfield before he's actually made the catch. Does not time well on the 40.
Analysis: Edwards is an explosive receiver who plays fast and shows the ability to stretch the defense every time he steps to the line. He's the perfect slot receiver in a vertical offensive, and his value is boosted by his ability to punt returns.

Height: 6-2
Weight: 200
40: 4.56
Year: 5Sr

Kevin Elliott

School: Florida A&M
Position: WR
Bio: Three-year starter awarded all-conference honors as a senior with 41 receptions/720 yards/5 TDs. Junior numbers included 30/381/1.
Positive: Adequately sized possession receiver who also helps out as a downfield blocker and special teams player. Gives effort running routes, comes back to the ball out of breaks and lays out or extends to make receptions. Makes the catch with defenders draped on him. Offers the quarterback a big target. Solid downfield blocker who seals running lanes for the ballcarrier.
Negative: One-speed receiver who lacks a burst. Average production on the small school level.
Analysis: Elliott was consistent on the college field but never an outstanding player. He does the little things well, offers reliable hands and can play special teams, which could help him secure a roster spot as a fifth receiver.

Height: 6-3
Weight: 201
40: 4.65
Year: 4Sr

Taylor Embree

School: UCLA
Position: WR
Bio: Senior totals included 20 receptions/228 yards/2 TDs when he started one game. Full-time starter the prior three seasons, caching 32 passes for 409 receiving yards as a junior after posting sophomore totals of 45/608/2.
Positive: Inconsistent receiver with a streaky game. Easily makes the reception running laterally, extends his hands to offer the quarterback a target and adjusts to grab the errant throw. Displays sharpness in and out of breaks. Gets vertical over defenders and uses his frame to shield away opponents.
Negative: Does not play with a sense of urgency. Unnecessarily lets the pass get inside at times and drops some catchable throws. Lacks a second gear and burst.
Analysis: Embree was a productive out of the gate for UCLA yet watched his game fall off the past two years. He previously displayed the skills necessary to play at the next level and must quickly produce in camp this summer to have any chance of making a practice squad.

Height: 6-1
Weight: 201
40: 4.41
Year: 4Sr

LaQuinton Evans

School: Southern
Position: WR
Bio: All-conference selection as a senior after posting career numbers of 45 receptions/696 yards/6 TDs. Junior totals included 17/329/5.
Positive: Adequately sized pass catcher who times well in the 40. Settles into the open spot of the defense, extends his hands to offer the quarterback a target and nicely adjusts to errant throws. Uses his frame to shield away defenders and protect the pass. Gives effort blocking.
Negative: Lacks a burst and does not play to his timed speed. Struggles adjusting to the ball in stride. Rounds off routes.
Analysis: Evans turned in a breakout campaign last season but is still very much more athlete than football player. He's a practice squad prospect with the physical skills to develop into a fifth wideout if he takes his game to the next level and learns to do the little things well.

Height: 6-2.5
Weight: 220
40: 4.41
Year: 4Sr

Michael Floyd

School: Notre Dame
Position: WR
Bio: Broke into the starting lineup as a freshman. Senior totals included 100 receptions/1147 yards/9 TDs after 79/1025/12 as a junior. Arrested on three separate occasions since 2009 due to various alcohol violations.
Positive: Large, game-controlling receiver who works hard on the field. Fluid releasing off the line of scrimmage, comes back to the ball out of breaks and works hard to make himself an available target. Competes throughout the action, nicely adjusts to the errant throw and gets vertical in a crowd to come away with the ball. Makes the difficult reception with defenders draped on him. Uses his frame to shield away defenders, takes the big hit yet holds onto the ball. Keeps his focus and concentration, looks the ball into his hands and extends to make the reception away from his frame. Makes the reception in stride and effectively follows blocks running after the catch. Solid downfield blocker who seals running lanes open for ballcarriers.
Negative: One-speed receiver who lacks a burst in his game. Occasionally takes his eyes off the ball and lets passes slip through his hands. Does not possess naturally soft hands.
Analysis: Floyd has been a force on the Notre Dame offense since his freshman season and a terrific receiver opponents could not stop. He possesses the skills to be a starting wide out at the next level and can develop into a primary pass catcher in certain systems. Floyd possesses the size and skills to have a long NFL career if he focuses on the little things and stays away from off-the-field distractions.

Height: 5-8.5
Weight: 175
40: 4.49
Year: 4Sr

Dwayne Frampton

School: Arkansas State
Position: WR
Bio: Junior college transfer awarded all-conference honors as a senior after leading Arkansas State in receiving with 94 receptions/1156 yards/6 TDs. Junior totals included 69/738/6.
Positive: Undersized slot receiver who's been incredibly productive in college. Fluid releasing off the line of scrimmage, quick into breaks and is a sharp route runner. Stays low exiting routes and positions himself to make the reception. Displays a sense of timing, has good eye/hand coordination and gets vertical to pull the ball from the air. Effectively reaches backwards to grab the errant throw, uses his frame to shield away defenders and turns it on in a single step. Displays tremendous quickness in his overall game.
Negative: Small and loses out in battles. Benefited from the four-receiver sets used at Arkansas State. Lacks home-run hitting speed.
Analysis: Frampton was the go-to guy at Arkansas State, and the receiver defenses struggled to stop. He's an elusive skill player who consistently finds the open spot in the defense then works to pick up yardage after the reception. Frampton is also experienced returning punts. His pass catching ability coupled with his return skills could help him catch on as a fifth receiver.

Height: 6-4
Weight: 223
40: 4.55
Year: 4Sr

Jeff Fuller

School: Texas A&M
Position: WR
Bio: Four-year starter awarded all-conference honors as a junior. Senior totals included 70 receptions/828 yards /6 TDs after posting career-best totals of 72/1066/12 the prior year. Sophomore numbers included 41/568/7.
Positive: Tall, strong possession receiver coming off a disappointing campaign. Sells pass routes, stays low exiting breaks and uses his large frame to post up against defenders and shield them from the action. Strong, physical and wins out in battles. Comes back to the ball out of breaks and works to make himself an available target. Gets up in a crowd to make the tough catch and comes away with the ball even with defenders draped on him. Adjusts to make difficult catches.
Negative: Lacks a quick release off the line of scrimmage. Not a smooth route runner. Lacks a burst in his game and the ability to beat defenders downfield. Does not display a great sense of timing. Does not possess naturally soft hands.
Analysis: Fuller was highly rated after his 2010 season, but his stock fell after a disappointing senior year. He's a big receiver who's proven to be a terrific red zone target and reliable third-down pass catcher. Fuller possesses the skills to develop into a number two wideout on the NFL level but must get his game back on track to where he left off as a junior.

Height: 6-1.5
Weight: 207
40: 4.6
Year: 5Sr

Chris Givens

School: Miami-Oh
Position: WR
Bio: Two-year starter who posted career numbers of 60 receptions/695 yards/5 TDs as a senior after 26/385/1 the prior year.
Positive: Well-sized, athletic receiver whose game is on the upswing. Fluid releasing off the line into pass routes, comes back to the ball out of breaks and uses his frame to shield away defenders. Finds the opening in the defense and lays out to make the difficult reception. Large target who nicely makes catches in stride. Effective downfield blocker when he gives effort.
Negative: One-speed receiver who lacks a burst. Rounds off routes and shows minimal quickness in his game. Unnecessarily lets the pass get inside him at times and drops some catchable throws. Does not always fights to come away with the tough reception.
Analysis: While Givens showed much improvement as a senior, his game still has a ways to go. He possesses the size and skill to be a fifth receiver at the next level and will be kept on a practice squad for future development if he plays well in camp this summer.

Height: 5-11
Weight: 198
40: 4.36
Year: 4Jr

Chris Givens

School: Wake Forest
Position: WR
Bio: Three-year starter awarded all-conference honors as a junior after posting career totals of 83 receptions/1330 yards/9 TDs. Sophomore numbers included 35/514/4 with an average of 18.1 yards on 24 kick returns. Totaled 45/629/8 as a freshman.
Positive: Big-play receiver with a nose for the endzone. Displays tremendous overall quickness, has deceptive speed and is consistently doubled by opponents. Works his way back into the clearing to make himself an available target, uses his hands to separate from defenders and quickly transitions from making the catch to running after the reception. Displays good eye/hand coordination, adjusts to make tough catches and holds onto the ball after taking big hits. Possesses soft and strong hands with the ability to snatch the ball from the air. Runs well laterally, making the reception in stride. Shows a burst and can turn it on in a single step.
Negative: Lazily comes off the line if he's not directly involved in the action. Not a true deep threat.
Analysis: Givens was productive and reliable at Wake Forest and possesses the skills necessary to be a second or third receiver at the next level. He offers potential in a variety of offensive systems, and his value is boosted by his ability as a return man.

Height: 6-2.5
Weight: 225
40: 4.52
Year: 5Sr

Devin Goda

School: Slippery Rock
Position: WR
Bio: Three-year starter awarded all-conference honors since his sophomore season. Senior totals included a career-best 75 receptions/1028 yards/11 TDs after he had 54/590/3 as a junior. Sophomore totals included 31/466/3. Led Slippery Rock in receiving each season since 2009.
Positive: Large and strong possession receiver who consistently comes away with the difficult reception. Tall target who nicely adjusts to the errant throw and makes the reception in stride. Displays a sense of timing, stays focused and looks the ball into his hands. Stays low exiting breaks, uses his frame to shield away defenders and works hard running after the reception. Breaks tackles to pick up positive yardage and keeps the play inbounds. Solid blocker who stays square and turns defenders from the action, opening downfield lanes for running backs.
Negative: Lacks a quick release off the line of scrimmage. Gathers into breaks. One speed-receiver who does not show a burst.
Analysis: Goda was consistent at Slippery Rock and also showed progress on the field. He possesses the ability to develop into a fifth receiver at the next level, and his downfield blocking will endear him to NFL coaches.

Height: 5-11.5
Weight: 188
40: 4.35
Year: 4Sr

TJ Graham

School: North Carolina State
Position: WR
Bio: All-conference selection as a senior after totaling 46 receptions/757 yards/7 TDs while Also averaging 11.5 yards on 17 punt returns with one score. Averaged 22.4 yards on 44 kick returns last season. Junior receiving numbers included 25/316/4 with an average of 8.1 yards on 19 punt returns. All-American sprinter on the North Carolina State indoor track team.
Positive: Athletic prospect starting to develop into a complete receiver. Quickly releases off the line of scrimmage, shows a burst of speed and has the ability to run away from defenders. Plays with excellent balance and body control. Nicely adjusts the errant throw and gets vertical to pull the high pass from the air. Extends to make the reception away from his frame. Looks the ball into his hands.
Negative: Moderately productive in college. Must improve his route running. Not a sturdy wideout.
Analysis: Graham is slowly transitioning his sprinter E(TM)s speed into football ability, and he watched his game take off last season. He has the skills necessary to be a productive third or fourth receiver for an NFL team while also handling return duties. Graham comes with a large amount of upside and should only get better with NFL coaching.

Height: 5-11.5
Weight: 183
40: 4.55
Year: 5Sr

Darius Hanks

School: Alabama
Position: WR
Bio: Two-year starter who also saw significant action with the first team as a sophomore. Senior totals included 21 receptions/270 yards/1 touchdown in nine games. Suspended by the NCAA for infractions in the first two games of 2012.
Positive: Adequately sized underneath receiver with reliable hands. Fluid releasing off the line of scrimmage, works routes and effectively uses his frame to protect the pass. Adjusts to make difficult catches. Adjusts to the errant throw and looks the ball into his hands. Works hard to separate from defenders and does a nice job coming free to make himself an available target.
Negative: Unnecessarily lets the pass get inside him and too often body-catches the pass, which results in drops. One-speed receiver with a minimal burst.
Analysis: Hanks was reliable at Alabama, but not overly productive at any time in his career. He lacks great physical skills for the next level, but is accomplished enough catching the ball that he'll offer options as a fifth receiver.

Height: 5-9
Weight: 195
40: 4.48
Year: 5Sr

B.J. Hayes

School: Liberty
Position: WR
Bio: Used in the starting lineup the past two seasons and awarded all-conference honors as a junior. Senior totals included 28 receptions/306 yards/1 TDs after he had 56/546/1 the prior year.
Positive: Quick, elusive receiver who displays skill running after the catch. Fluid releasing off the line of scrimmage, runs good routes and comes back to the clearing to make himself an available target. Catches the ball away from his frame, quickly transitions from making the reception to running after the catch and keeps the play in bounds trying to pick up positive yardage. Runs well laterally and nicely adjusts to the errant throw.
Negative: Not a tall receiver and gets overmatched against defensive backs. Lacks a second gear.
Analysis: Hayes displayed next level skills a junior yet struggled throughout his senior season and removed himself from draft consideration. He offers potential as a slot receiver in a West Coast or timing offense based on his ability to pick up yardage after the catch.

Height: 6-1
Weight: 225
40: 4.49
Year: 5Sr

Junior Hemingway

School: Michigan
Position: WR
Bio: Three-year starter who posted 34 receptions/699 yards/4 TDs as a senior after posting junior totals of 32/593/4.
Positive: Nice-sized receiver who does the little things well. Comes back to the ball out of breaks, works to make himself an available target and uses his size and strength to his advantage. Uses his frame to box out opponents and protect the ball. Works his hands to get separation from defenders. Makes the difficult catch with opponents draped on him or gets up in a crowd to grab the high throw. Looks the ball into his hands and makes the reception away from his frame. Strong running after the catch. Effective downfield blocker who turns defenders away from the play and seals open running lanes.
Negative: Not a fluid or graceful receiver and displays some stiffness in his game. Lacks top-end speed and cannot run to the long throw. Average route runner.
Analysis: Hemingway is not a spectacular prospect, but he is effective in all facets of the game. He projects as a fourth wide out at the next level and has the ability to see action as a rookie.

Height: 6-4
Weight: 215
40: 4.3
Year: 3Jr

Stephen Hill

School: Georgia Tech
Position: WR
Bio: Two-year starter who posted 28 receptions/820 yards/5 TDs as a junior with an average of 29.3 yards per reception. Sophomore totals included 15/291/3 with a 19.4 yard average.
Positive: Big, athletic receiver with tremendous upside. Smooth releasing off the line of scrimmage, immediately gets to top speed and plays to his forty time. Presents himself as a downfield threat with the ability to consistently stretch the defense. Fights with his hands throughout the action to separate from opponents, displays adequate eye/hand coordination and makes some amazingly athletic receptions. Gets vertical and adjusts to make the difficult catch in midair. Consistently catches the pass away from his frame. Works hard to come back into the clearing to make himself a free target for the quarterback. Keeps the play inbounds running after the catch and works to pick up positive yardage. Effectively picks up blocking assignments, sealing the downfield lanes open for ballcarriers.
Negative: Lets some catchable throws slip through his hands on occasion. Does not consistently extend his hands to offer the quarterback a target. Rarely asked to run precise routes in college.
Analysis: Hill was Georgia Tech's big play pass catching threat in their option offense and the home run hitting receiver opponents were forced to keep track of. He offers the size, athleticism and the pass-catching ability to be a productive number one receiver at the next level, but he E(TM)s still raw and must get acclimated to playing in a disciplined NFL offense.

Height: 5-9.5
Weight: 183
40: 4.39
Year: 4Sr

T.Y. Hilton

School: Florida International
Position: WR
Bio: Four-year starter awarded all-conference honors last season with receiving totals of 72 receptions/1038 yards/7 TDs and an average of 23.2 yards on eight punt returns with a TD. Also averaged 30.4 yards on 18 kick returns. Sun Belt Conference Player of the Year in 2010 with receiving totals of 59/848/5 and a 28.7 yard average on 29 kick returns with two more scores. Sophomore numbers included 57/632/5 as a receiver. Led Florida International in receiving every year
Positive: Explosive slot receiver who impacts the game returning punts and kicks. Quickly releases off the line into pass routes, displays a sense of timing and has the ability to easily adjusts to the errant throw. Follows his quarterbacks across the field and comes back to the ball to make himself an available target. Plays heads-up football, consistently makes the reception with his hands and keeps the play inbounds running after the catch. Shows a tremendous amount of quickness in his game. Gets vertical and adjusts in midair to make the reception. Smooth receiver. Displays good instincts and football awareness. Gives effort blocking.
Negative: Does not display great top end speed on the field despite his numbers. Injuries are likely to cause red flags.
Analysis: When healthy and at the top of his game Hilton possesses all the skills to be a productive slot receiver and game breaking return specialist at the next level. He's a prospect who does the little things well and will have a long NFL career if he's able to stay healthy.

Height: 6-0.5
Weight: 196
40: 4.5
Year: 4Sr

Jerrell Jackson

School: Missouri
Position: WR
Bio: Part-time starter the past three seasons. Senior totals included 17 receptions/222 yards/1 TD after a career-best 50/656/3 as a junior.
Positive: Athletic receiver coming off a disappointing senior campaign. Fluid wideout who easily adjusts to the errant throw and extends to make the reception away from his body. Sells pass routes, displays good quickness and finds the open spot in the defense. Uses his hands to separate from defenders, displays solid eye/hand coordination. Works to stay inbounds and pick up positive yardage running after the catch. Gets vertical and fights to make the reception.
Negative: Lacks the second gear and cannot run to the deep throw. Not a sharp route runner E" he floats exiting breaks. Dropped some very catchable throws on occasion.
Analysis: Jackson possesses the size and speed to flourish as a third receiver at the next level. He's a developmental prospect who must elevate every area of his game to make a roster at the next level.

Height: 6-0
Weight: 194
40: 4.55
Year: 4Sr

Marcus Jackson

School: Lamar
Position: WR
Bio: Junior college transfer who finished with 24 receptions/432 yards/6 TDs as a senior when he played nine games. Struggled with knee and ankle injuries last season. Junior numbers included 41/727/8.
Positive: Quick, explosive receiver who flashes big-play ability. Fluid, immediately gets to top speed and consistently comes back to the pass out of breaks. Displays sharpness running routes, stays low on exit and very flexible. Possesses a burst of speed, shows skill running after the reception and has a penchant for making big plays from the line of scrimmage. Uses the sidelines well, easily adjusts to the errant throw and effective when he extends to make the reception away from his frame. Effective downfield blocker when he gives effort.
Negative: Lazily comes off the line if he's not involved in the action. Unnecessarily rounds off routes on occasion. Does too much double-catching of throws.
Analysis: Jackson is a small school prospect who flashed a lot of ability the past two years yet never put together a consistent game. He possesses the physicals skills and football ability necessary to be a fifth receiver in a West Coast offense yet must elevate his consistency and intensity on the field.

Height: 6-3
Weight: 216
40: 4.48
Year: 3Jr

Alshon Jeffery

School: South Carolina
Position: WR
Bio: Three-year starter awarded all-conference honors as a junior with totals of 49 receptions/762 yards/8 touchdowns. All-American and all-conference choice the prior year after career-best numbers of 88/1,517/9. Freshman totals included 46/763/6.
Positive: Big, strong receiver who consistently wins out in battles. Works his hands to get off jams at the line of scrimmage, sells routes and works to come free from defenders. Offers the quarterback a big target, gives effort running after the reception and is tough to bring down. Battles defenders and competes to make the catch. Gets vertical and easily out-jumps opponents for the high throw. Displays soft and strong hands with the ability to snatch the ball from the air. Uses his size and strength to get separation from defenders. Effective blocker when he gives effort.
Negative: Does not always play with great balance or body control. Cannot run to the long throw and shows minimal quickness in his game. Struggles making over-the-shoulder catches downfield and drops some catchable throws. Does not give consistent effort blocking.
Analysis: Jeffery is a massive receiver who could get consideration as a move tight end. He fits today's NFL passing game, which has the big, tall pass catchers getting vertical to fight for the reception. Jeffrey has speed and quickness limitations and must commit himself to year-round conditioning. He will have a long and productive NFL career if he consistently plays at a high level.

Height: 6-0.5
Weight: 190
40: 4.37
Year: 4Sr

A.J. Jenkins

School: Illinois
Position: WR
Bio: Two-year starter awarded all-conference honors as a senior after posting career-best numbers of 90 receptions/1276 yards/8 TDs. Junior totals included 56/746/7.
Positive: Adequately sized wideout with a polished game. Smooth releasing off the line into pass routes, displays good quickness and the ability to get separation from defenders. Extends his hands to make the reception away from his frame and effectively adjusts to errant throws. Sells routes, looks the ball into his hands and possesses both soft and strong hands. Good eye/hand coordination. Comes back to the ball out of breaks and uses his frame to shield away defenders. Consistently finds the open space on the field. Holds onto the ball after taking big hits.
Negative: Lacks a second gear and does not play to his 40 time. Average skill running after the catch.
Analysis: Jenkins displayed a lot of improvement in his game the past two seasons and is a natural pass catcher with the skills necessary to be a productive third wideout at the next level.

Height: 6-3.5
Weight: 222
40: 4.6
Year: 4Jr

Aldarius Johnson

School: Miami-Fl
Position: WR
Bio: Suspended for the 2011 season after receiving impermissible benefits and not being honest with NCAA investigators. Junior totals of 2010 included 15 receptions/157 yards. Led Miami in receiving as a true freshman in 2008 with 31/332/3.
Positive: Nice-sized receiver who flashed skill throughout his college career. Comes back to the ball out of breaks, finds the clearing in the defense and extends to make the reception away from his frame. Strong receiver who wins out in battles and makes tough catches in traffic. Displays good eye/hand coordination and focus.
Negative: Marginally productive on the college level. Best football was played almost three years ago. Not a true downfield threat.
Analysis: Johnson looked like he had the makings of the next star receiver from the Miami program in 2008, but his career has been on a downslide ever since. He possesses the underlying skills to develop into a fifth receiver at the next level yet needs patience as he gets his game back on track.

Height: 5-6.5
Weight: 172
40: 4.45
Year: 4Sr

Damaris Johnson

School: x-Tulsa
Position: WR
Bio: Three-year starter who sat on the sidelines with suspension in 2011. Pled guilty to felony embezzlement and received a one-year deferred sentence after paying $14 for $2610 worth of merchandise. All-conference selection as a junior in 2010 after leading Tulsa in receiving with 57 receptions/872 yards/4 TDs. Also averaged 12.7 yards on 23 kick returns with another score and 26.6 yards on 34 kick returns with one touchdown. Posted career-best receiving numbers of 78/1131/3 in 2009 with an average of 14.2 yards on 18 punt returns and one TD.
Positive: Multi-dimensional skill player who can be used in a variety of spots. Elusive, incredibly quick and creates yardage whenever the ball's in his hands. Rarely off his feet, displays a burst and beats defenders into the open field. Catches the ball with his hands, displays eye/hand coordination and adjusts in midair to come away with the reception. Effectively sets up returns and picks up big yardage, which alters the momentum of games. Flexible and quickly changes direction without losing momentum.
Negative: Easily brought down at the point of attack by the initial defender. Lack of height makes it difficult for quarterbacks to find him.
Analysis: Johnson is limited by size but can be a multi-purpose skill player at the next level if he's able to get his game back on track after missing the 2011 season.

Height: 6-3.5
Weight: 230
40: 4.52
Year: 4Sr

Dwight Jones

School: North Carolina
Position: WR
Bio: Two-year starter awarded all-conference honors as a senior after leading North Carolina in receptions with career numbers of 85 receptions/1196 yards/12 TDs. Junior totals included 62/946/4.
Positive: Large, strong possession receiver who consistently comes away with the difficult catch. Effectively uses his hands to separate from defenders, easily adjusts to the errant throw and gets down to scoop up low passes. Possesses solid eye/hand coordination. Consistently extends and makes the reception away from his frame. Displays soft hands. Sells routes, comes back to the ball or finds the soft spot in the defense to make himself an available target. Sturdy receiver who takes the big hit yet holds onto the throw. Uses his large frame to shield away defenders and protect the pass. Makes the tough catch in a crowd, displaying focus and concentration.
Negative: Not a sharp route runner and tends to round off breaks. Displays minimal burst in his game and struggles to beat defenders down the sidelines. Does not show great awareness on the field and slow to pick up assignments.
Analysis: Jones comes off two productive seasons and will be a solid underneath/possession receiver at the next level if he continues to elevates his game.

Height: 6-2
Weight: 199
40: 4.47
Year: 4Sr

Marvin Jones

School: California
Position: WR
Bio: Three-year starter who finished with career-best numbers of 62 receptions/846 yards/3 TDs as a senior after 50/765/4 the prior year. Sophomore totals included 43/651/6.
Positive: Dependable pass catcher who stands out in many aspects of the receiver position. Fluid releasing off the line of scrimmage, can turn it on in a single step and possesses a deceptive burst of speed. Displays soft and strong hands with the ability to snatch the ball from the air. Solid route runner who quickly gets into breaks, stays low on exit and immediately transitions from making the catch to running after the reception. Plays heads-up football, displays terrific eye/hand coordination and remains focused throughout the action. Consistently makes the catch with his hands and goes up in a crowd or comes away with the difficult reception in the middle of the field. Displays a sense of timing, gets vertical over defenders and adjusts to make some very athletic receptions. Sturdy wideout who can hold onto the ball when he takes a hit. Makes difficult over-the-shoulder catches downfield.
Negative: More quick than fast and not a true downfield threat. Possesses adequate size yet lacks the measurables to be a first or second receiver at the next level.
Analysis: Jones has been productive and reliable on the college level since his sophomore season. He performed well at the Senior Bowl and has been moving up draft boards the past four months. Jones possesses all the skills necessary to be a third receiver lined up in the slot or out on the flanks and should produce as a rookie in the NFL.

Height: 6-1.5
Weight: 208
40: 4.67
Year: 5Sr

Kamar Jorden

School: Bowling Green
Position: WR
Bio: Junior college transfer awarded all-conference honors the past two seasons. Senior totals included 78 receptions/1089 yards/12 TDs after posting a conference-leading 96/1109/4 the prior year.
Positive: Sure-handed pass catcher with marginal speed for the next level. Displays good awareness, remains focused and effectively makes the reception in stride. Comes back to the ball out of breaks, gets vertical and extends or exposes himself to the big hit in order to come away with the catch. Makes difficult catches in the middle of the crowd. Sells routes, extends his hands and offers the quarterback a big target. Plays with good balance and body control. Consistently catches the ball with his hands. Gets after blocking assignments.
Negative: Lacks a burst and cannot get downfield separation. Looks like an average athlete. Production numbers benefited from three- and four-receiver sets used at Bowling Green.
Analysis: Jorden was very productive the past two seasons and offers reliable hands. His lack of quickness and speed limits his next level upside, but his pass-catching skills could help him catch on as a fifth receiver in a timing offense.

Height: 6-3
Weight: 208
40: 4.65
Year: 4Sr

Jared Karstetter

School: Washington State
Position: WR
Bio: Three-year starter who led Washington State in receiving as a sophomore and junior. Senior totals included 60 receptions/700 yards/6 TDs after 62/658/7 as a junior.
Positive: Well-sized possession receiver who is best in underneath coverage. Effectively uses his hands to get off jams, consistently finds the open space in the defense or comes back to the ball out of breaks. Nicely adjusts and extends to make the reception away from his frame. Consistent hand catcher. Battles hard to make the reception. Gives effort blocking.
Negative: One-speed receiver who gets minimal separation off the line of scrimmage or down the field. Minimal quickness in his game.
Analysis: Karstetter is a tough receiver who uses his size as an advantage to come away with the difficult reception. The inability to separate from defenders limits him at the next level, though he offers possibilities as a fifth receiver in a West Coast offense.

Height: 6-1
Weight: 209
40: 4.49
Year: 4Sr

Jermaine Kearse

School: Washington
Position: WR
Bio: Three-year starter awarded all-conference honors as a junior. Senior totals included 47 receptions/699 yards/7 TDs after he posted career-best totals of 63/1005/12 the prior year. Sophomore numbers included 50/866/50.
Positive: Talented receiver coming off a disappointing senior campaign. Smooth, fluid receiver who plays with good body control. Displays quickness running routes, comes back to the ball exiting breaks and nicely adjusts to make the reception in stride. Extends his hands offering the quarterback a target, makes the reception away from his frame and plays with good balance. Uses his frame to protect the pass, quickly transitions from making the catch to running after the reception and shows strength handling the ball in the open field. Nicely makes the deep, over-the-shoulder reception downfield. Gives effort blocking and gets results.
Negative: Seemed to struggled with the quarterback change at Washington last season and uncharacteristically dropped a number of passes. Lost focus and did not play with a sense of urgency. Presented himself as a one speed receiver.
Analysis: After two productive seasons at Washington, Kearse was highly rated coming into the 2011 campaign yet watched his game take a step back as a senior. He possesses the size, speed and previously showed skill to be a third wideout on an NFL roster. Kearse performed well during his pro-day workout and must quickly get his game back on track to have any chance of a long career in the NFL.

Height: 6-3.5
Weight: 217
40: 4.46
Year: 4Sr

Wes Kemp

School: Missouri
Position: WR
Bio: Three-year starter who totaled 29 receptions/369 yards/5 TDs as a senior and 39/420/3 as a junior.
Positive: Marginally productive college receiver with outstanding size/speed numbers. Fluid releasing off the line, comes back to the ball out of breaks and consistently extends to make the reception away from his body. Displays solid eye/hand coordination and makes the difficult catch over the middle of the field. Has good size and offers the quarterback a nice target. Effective blocking downfield.
Negative: Lacks naturally soft hands. Minimal burst and displays little downfield speed.
Analysis: Kemp passes the eyeball test but never met expectations on the field. He offers a good degree of upside and should get consideration for a practice squad based on his measurables. However, he must elevate every aspect of his game to have an NFL career.

Height: 6-2
Weight: 228
40: 4.65
Year: 4Sr

Brandon Kinnie

School: Nebraska
Position: WR
Bio: Two-year starter who finished with 22 receptions/257 yards/1 TD as a senior after posting career-best numbers of 44/494/5 the prior year.
Positive: Strong possession receiver coming off a disappointing season. Consistent hand catcher that extends and makes the reception away from his frame. Gets vertical over defenders, adjusts to the errant throw and makes the tough catch in a crowd. Comes back to the ball out of breaks to make himself an available target. Gives effort blocking.
Negative: Lacks a burst of speed and struggles to get separation in the intermediate or deep field. Does not possess naturally soft hands and will double catch passes.
Analysis: Kinnie has the physical skills to make a roster as a fifth receiver yet really needs to polish his overall game and take his play to the next level.

Height: 5-11.5
Weight: 192
40: 4.45
Year: 5Sr

Sam Kirkland

School: Kent State
Position: WR
Bio: Two-year starter who finished with 32 receptions for 285 yards as a senior after junior totals of 56/599/1.
Positive: Athletic receiver who's been plagued with a streaky game. Comes across the middle of the field, settles into the open spot of the defense and works to make himself an available target. Extends his hands to make the reception away from his frame. Lays out for the difficult reception and looks the ball into his hands.
Negative: Does not show a second gear or consistently play to his 40 time. Does not possess naturally soft hands.
Analysis: After showing a lot of skill as a junior Kirkland struggled to improve last year. He possesses enough physical skill to make a roster as a fifth receiver yet needs to polish off every area of his game.

Height: 6-1
Weight: 207
40: 4.5
Year: 4Sr

Lance Lewis

School: East Carolina
Position: WR
Bio: Junior college transfer awarded all-conference honors the past two seasons. Totaled 60 receptions/600 tackles/8 TDs as a senior after missing four games with knee and foot injuries. Also averaged 15.6 yards on nine punt returns last season. Junior numbers included 89/1116/14.
Positive: Athletic receiver prospect still developing his game. Comes back to the ball out of breaks, uses his frame to shield away defenders and extends his hands to offer the quarterback a target. Displays solid eye/hand coordination, nicely makes the reception in stride and adjusts to grab errant passes.
Negative: Not a sturdy receiver who makes difficult catches in a crowd. Plays slower than his 40 time and does not show a great burst.
Analysis: Lewis quickly impacted the East Carolina program upon arrival in 2010 and was off to a solid senior season before being shelved late in the year with injuries. He possesses all the skills necessary to be a productive fourth receiver at the next level, but he must get accustomed to playing in an NFL offense and continue to improve his game.

Height: 5-11.5
Weight: 188
40: 4.43
Year: 4Sr

Keshawn Martin

School: Michigan State
Position: WR
Bio: Two-year starter awarded all-conference honors throughout his career as a punt returner. Senior totals included receiving numbers of 66 receptions/777 yards/4 TDs and averaged 11 yards on 25 punt returns and another score. Junior receiving numbers included 32/394/1 with an average of 14.2 yards on 16 punt returns and one touchdown.
Positive: Quick, explosive receiver who effectively doubles as a return specialist. Plays with excellent balance, body control and a flexible pass catcher who can make catches in contorted positions. Solid route runner that quickly gets into breaks and stays low on exit. Comes back to the ball out of routes or finds the soft spot in the defense to make himself an available target. Extends his hands to make the catch away from his frame. Effectively uses the sidelines. Nicely adjusts to the errant throw and makes the reception in stride. Displays terrific eye/hand coordination. Flashes the ability to beat defenders for the long ball.
Negative: Not a true downfield threat. Will struggle in battles.
Analysis: Martin possesses the skill and ability to be a fourth receiver at the next level as well as impact as a return specialist.

Height: 6-0.5
Weight: 217
40: 4.52
Year: 4Sr

Rishard Matthews

School: Nevada
Position: WR
Bio: Junior college transfer awarded all-conference honors the past two years. Senior totals included 91 receptions/1364 yards/8 TDs after 56/879/5 prior year.
Positive: Strong, sure handed receiver who's displayed terrific development in his game the past two years. Comes across the middle of the field, gets up in a crowd and makes the difficult catch with defenders draped on him. Sturdy wide out that takes a heavy hit yet holds onto the ball. Nicely makes the reception in stride, adjusting to the errant throw and looking the pass in. Consistently extends his hands and makes the reception away from his frame. Fights hard to separate from defenders, comes back to the ball out of breaks and keeps the play in bounds running after the catch, trying to pick up positive yardage.
Negative: Lacks a quick release off the line of scrimmage into routes. Marginal speed and cannot run to the long throw. Occasionally takes his eyes off the ball before he's made the reception.
Analysis: Matthews has been a consistent player since arriving at Nevada in 2010 and possesses the skills necessary to make an NFL roster as a fourth receiver.

Height: 6-1.5
Weight: 205
40: 4.54
Year: 4Sr

Thomas Mayo

School: Cal-Pa
Position: WR
Bio: Concord transfer who made a major impact at California (Pa.) last season. All-American and all-conference selection after leading the team in receiving with 79 receptions/1359 yards/16 TDs.
Positive: Smooth, fluid receiver whose game is on the upswing. Plays with terrific body control, uses his frame to shield away opponents and possesses terrific eye/hand coordination. Quickly exits breaks, comes back to the ball on exit and extends to make the reception away from his frame. Looks the pass in and catches the ball with his hands. Goes over the middle and makes tough catches in a crowd. Easily adjusts to the errant throw and makes difficult receptions in contorted positions. Uses the sidelines well, shows some run after the catch the ability and always comes away with difficult grabs. Deceptively fast and can beat defenders into the open field. Terrific sense of timing.
Negative: Not a physically strong receiver and loses out in battles. May struggles handling jams at the next level. Must do a better job picking up blocking assignments.
Analysis: Mayo is a consistent receiver and shows the ability to come away with the reception in underneath coverage while occasionally sneaking it downfield behind the defense. He possesses natural pass catching skills and could develop into a productive fifth receiver at the next level.

Height: 5-8.5
Weight: 186
40: 4.5
Year: 5Sr

Marquis Maze

School: Alabama
Position: WR
Bio: Three-year starter awarded All-conference honors as a senior after leading Alabama in receiving with 56 receptions/627 yards/1 touchdown. Also averaged 12.4 yards on 31 punt returns, bringing one back for a score, and averaged 28.5 yards on 12 kick returns. Junior receiving totals included 38/557/3, with an average of 12.7 yards on 21 punt returns.
Positive: Small, but quick receiver who plays productive football. Quickly releases off the line, displays sharpness into breaks and stays low on exit. Displays soft and strong hands, has good eye/hand coordination and effectively extends to make the reception away from his frame. Stays with the action, finds the clearing in the defense and works hard to come free. Nicely makes the reception in stride and shows skill running after the catch. Gives effort blocking.
Negative: Undersized and loses out in battles. Does not always come away with the difficult reception. More quick than fast and doesn E(TM)t stretch the field.
Analysis: Maze is a slippery receiver with the ability to positively impact a franchise in a variety of ways. He'll offer potential as a slot receiver and could be a dangerous punt returner. Limited by size and poor top-end speed, Maze is a solid last-day choice who should see significant action as a rookie.

Height: 6-1.5
Weight: 210
40: 4.57
Year: 4Sr

Da'Jon McKnight

School: Minnesota
Position: WR
Bio: Two-year starter who led Minnesota in rushing as a senior with career-best numbers of 51 receptions/760 yards/4 TDs. Junior totals included 46/705/10.
Positive: Well-built possession receiver who's been consistent the past two years. Comes back to the ball out of breaks, extends his hands and consistently makes the reception away from his frame. Plays with good body control. Effectively finds the soft spot in the defense.
Negative: One-speed receiver who does not get separation down the field or show a second gear. Tends to slow into pass routes.
Analysis: McKnight has done well the past two years on an inconsistent Minnesota offense and could be the fifth receiver for a West Coast offense.

Height: 6-2.5
Weight: 216
40: 4.48
Year: 5Sr

Marvin McNutt

School: Iowa
Position: WR
Bio: Two-year starter awarded all-conference honors after his senior and junior seasons. Led Iowa in receiving the past two seasons, posting 82 receptions/1315 yards/12 TDs as a senior and 53/861/8 as a junior. Named Big Ten Receiver of the Year in 2012.
Positive: Well-sized possession receiver who's shown progress the past three years. Finds the clearing in the defense, consistently comes across the middle of the field and gets vertical. Uses his frame to shield away defenders and makes the difficult catch in a crowd. Extends to catch the ball away from his frame, strong running after the reception and breaks tackles to pick up extra yardage. Comes back to the ball out of breaks, looks the pass into his hands and wins out for the high throw.
Negative: Lacks a quick release off the line. Does not possess a burst of speed or show a second gear. Poor route runner and tends to round off breaks. Unnecessarily lets passes get inside him at times.
Analysis: McNutt has been a productive college receiver the past two years and was able to use his athleticism and frame to overmatch opponents. He's an adequate prospect for the next level yet in the end maybe nothing more than a fourth receiver on an NFL roster.

Height: 5-9
Weight: 180
40: 4.37
Year: 5Sr

Kashif Moore

School: Connecticut
Position: WR
Bio: Two-year starter who posted 41 receptions/604 yards/5 TDs as a senior after junior totals of 36/452/4.
Positive: Explosive athlete still developing on the football field. Quick releasing off the line into pass routes, flashes the ability to pluck the pass from the air and looks the ball into his hands. Effective when he extends to make the reception away from his frame and productive running after the catch. Nicely makes the reception in stride.
Negative: Does not display a second gear on the field or play to his 40 time. Struggles in battles.
Analysis: Moore was moderately productive on the college level yet is highly thought of in scouting circles thanks to his raw speed and athleticism. He needs a lot of work on his game yet is worth considering in the late rounds with the hopes he will eventually develop into a fifth receiver.

Height: 6-3.5
Weight: 213
40: 4.42
Year: 5Sr

Dale Moss

School: South Dakota State
Position: WR
Bio: Former South Dakota State basketball player who started his college football career in 2011. All-conference selection last year after leading the team in receiving with 61 receptions/949 yards/6 TDs.
Positive: Athletic wide out with tremendous upside. Fluid releasing off the line into pass routes, plays with good body control and nicely adjusts to the errant throw, making the reception in stride. Sells routes, uses his hands to separate from defenders and plays strong. Better than average route runner for an inexperienced player, showing the ability to quickly get into breaks then staying low on exit and positioning himself to make the reception. Comes back to the ball, displays a nice sense of timing and gets vertical over defenders to come away with the difficult grab. Looks the pass into his hands and displays soft, reliable hands. Makes a lot of very athletic receptions. Takes big hits but holds onto the ball. Gives effort blocking, stays with assignments and gets results.
Negative: Not quick releasing off the line of scrimmage, shows a marginal burst of speed and does not make many plays downfield.
Analysis: Moss made an immediate impact for the South Dakota State football team once he stepped onto the gridiron last season. He looked like an experienced wide out and possesses the skills necessary to develop into a third or fourth receiver at the next level. Moss needs time to develop his game yet is definitely worth the investment of a late-round choice.

Height: 6-4.5
Weight: 209
40: 4.47
Year: 5Sr

Derek Moye

School: Penn State
Position: WR
Bio: Three-year starter who led Penn State in receiving the past two seasons. Senior totals included 40 receptions/654 yards/3 TDs after he had 53/385/8 the prior year. Sprint champion in high school.
Positive: Tall receiver who plays a strong game. Goes over the middle, comes back to the ball and makes the difficult reception with defenders draped on him. Displays outstanding awareness, good eye/hand coordination and solid concentration. Shows toughness, goes up in a crowd for the reception and holds onto the ball despite taking heavy hits. Easily makes the reception in stride. Gives effort blocking.
Negative: Does not translate his track speed onto the football field or show a second gear. Average route runner. Does not translate his track speed onto the football field or show a second gear. Average route runner.
Analysis: Moye has been consistent on the college level though he never stood out in any single aspect of the receiver position. He offers the physical skills and pass catching abilities to develop into a productive fourth receiver at the next level.

Height: 6-2.5
Weight: 222
40: 4.61
Year: 5Sr

Keith Nichol

School: Michigan State
Position: WR
Bio: Oklahoma transfer that has rotated in and out of the starting lineup the past two years. Senior totals included 26 receptions/352 yards/3 TDs after he had 22/262/1 as a junior.
Positive: Tough, stout receiver who consistently makes the difficult reception. Works hard off the snap, fights to get separation from defenders and finds the soft spot in the defense. Nicely adjusts to the errant throw and makes the reception in stride. Takes a pounding yet holds onto the ball. Gives effort blocking downfield.
Negative: Displays minimal quickness in his game. Lacks a burst and is not a downfield threat. Marginally productive in college.
Analysis: Nichol is a well-sized receiver who battles to make the reception in underneath coverage. He has athletic limitations yet the ability to make the tough catch on third-down or help out as a downfield blocker makes him worth considering as a fifth receiver for a roster.

Height: 6-0
Weight: 196
40: 4.32
Year: 4Sr

Chris Owusu

School: Stanford
Position: WR
Bio: Three-year starter who's struggled with several concussions the past two years. Senior totals included 35 receptions/376 yards/2 TDs in 10 games. Played in seven games as a junior, posting 25/396/3. Sophomore totals included career-best numbers of 37/682/5.
Positive: Athletic and natural pass catcher who will be red flagged due to his concussion history. Possesses a burst off the line, comes back to the ball out of breaks and effectively uses his frame to protect the pass. Double covered by opponents yet gets vertical and grabs the ball from the air. Plays big, displays good quickness and consistently extends his hands to make the reception away from his frame. Shows good vision and follows blocks in the open field running after the reception.
Negative: Is not much of a downfield threat, despite his 40 time. Missed the second half of his junior season due to a concussion and then had his college career cut short by another concussion in 2011.
Analysis: Owusu possesses all the skills necessary to be a productive second receiver in the NFL. He offers natural and reliable hands, solid route running skills and the ability to create yardage after the catch. His multiple concussions the past two years will push him from a second day choice into the draft E(TM)s late rounds and Owusu could end up unselected when all is said and done.

Height: 5-9
Weight: 186
40: 4.51
Year: 3Jr

Eric Page

School: Toledo
Position: WR
Bio: Three-year starter awarded all-conference honors since his freshman season and named an All-American the past two years. Junior receiving totals included 125 receptions/1182 yards/10 TDs when he also averaged 10.9 yards on 18 punt returns, adding another score. Also posted an average of 25.2 yards on 34 kick returns with one touchdown. All-conference selection in 2011 as a wide receiver, punt returner and kick returner. Sophomore receiving totals included 99/1105/8 with a 31.1 average on 28 kick returns and three scores. Freshman totals included receiving numbers of 82/1159/7 with a 25.4 yard average on 18 kick returns.
Positive: Explosive, multipurpose skill player who impacts the game in a variety of ways. Plays with good balance and body control and possesses natural pass catching skills. Consistently finds the open spot in the defense, easily adjusts to the errant throw and comes away with the difficult grab. Possesses soft and strong hands, good eye/hand coordination and fights hard to make the reception. Displays skill running after the reception, keeps the play inbounds and picks up positive yardage. Plays larger than his listed size, goes over the middle of the field and exposes himself to the big hit in order to come away with the reception. Uses his frame to shield away defenders and protect the pass. Nicely makes the reception in stride. Terrific quickness in his all-around game. Does a tremendous job following blocks as a return specialist, weaving his way through the traffic while displaying the ability to turn it on in a single step.
Negative: Not much of a downfield blocker. Production benefited from the four-receiver system used at Toledo. Deceptively fast yet not a true burner.
Analysis: Page was productive the moment he stepped on the field at Toledo as a game-breaking return specialist and reliable receiver. He lacks classic size for a starting wide out yet will be a good addition as a slot receiver whose primary duties will be returning punts and kicks.

Height: 5-11
Weight: 205
40: 4.5
Year: 5Sr

Nate Palmer

School: Northern Illinois
Position: WR
Bio: Consistent starter the past two seasons. Posted career-best numbers of 47 receptions/695 yards/7 TDs as a senior after 29/532/6 the prior year.
Positive: Dependable receiver with a developing game. Quickly releases off the line, immediately gets to top speed and shows a burst. Remains focused, makes the difficult reception with defenders draped on him and shows skill running after the catch. Displays strong hands with the ability to pluck the fastball from the air. Effectively uses the sidelines and plays with terrific body control. Gives effort blocking downfield. Possesses a sense of timing and consistently extends to make the reception away from his frame.
Negative: Moderately productive in college. Lacks deep speed and a second gear.
Analysis: Palmer watched his game take off last season, and as a result his draft stock is on the rise. He offers possibilities as a fifth receiver for an NFL roster.

Height: 6-3
Weight: 206
40: 4.61
Year: 4Sr

Phillip Payne

School: UNLV
Position: WR
Bio: Four-year starter who led UNLV in receiving the past two years. Senior totals included 44 receptions/509 yards/7 TDs after he had 40/689/5 as a junior. Sophomore totals included 58/661/7.
Positive: Productive college wideout with nice size. Sells routes, quickly gets into breaks and easily adjusts to the errant throw. Extends his hands and offers the quarterback a nice target. Uses his frame to shield away defenders and protect the pass. Keeps the play inbounds running after the reception. Gets results blocking downfield when he gives effort.
Negative: Lacks a quick release off the line, displays a minimal burst and is a one-speed receiver. Not much of a threat running after the reception. Unnecessarily lets the pass get inside him at times.
Analysis: Payne was the top receiving threat for UNLV, yet never elevated his game. He's flashed skill the past three seasons but must consistently play at a high level to make an NFL roster.

Height: 6-0.5
Weight: 172
40: 4.65
Year: 5Sr

Royce Pollard

School: Hawaii
Position: WR
Bio: Two-year starter awarded all-conference honors as a senior with career-best totals of 71 receptions/1011 yards/8 TDs. Junior numbers included 64/901/7.
Positive: Reliable college pass catcher with marginal size/speed numbers for the next level. Displays terrific focus, consistently extends his hands and makes the reception away from his frame. Displays strong hands with the ability to snatch the pass from the air. Comes back to the ball out of breaks, adjusts the errant throw and makes the difficult catch with defenders draped on him.
Negative: One-speed receiver who lacks deep speed. Will struggle handling jams at the next level and battling NFL cornerbacks.
Analysis: Pollard watched his game take off the past two seasons yet lacks the measurables to play in the NFL. He has a slight chance to catch on as a fifth receiver in a West Coast or timing offense.

Height: 6-1.5
Weight: 211
40: 4.4
Year: 4Sr

DeVier Posey

School: Ohio State
Position: WR
Bio: Three-year starter who finished with 12 receptions/162 yards/2 TDs as a senior. Played in just three games last year after serving a suspension for his participation in the Ohio State tattoo scandal. Junior totals included 53/848/7 after he had 60/828/8 as a sophomore.
Positive: Physically gifted receiver who's flashed big-time ability throughout his career. Solid route runner who quickly gets into breaks and stays low on exit. Sells routes, effectively works back into the clearing of the defense and makes himself an available target. Gets vertical in a crowd and comes down with the ball. Makes a lot of athletic receptions. Effectively uses his frame to shield away defenders and protect the ball. Easily makes downfield, over-the-shoulder catches, looking the pass into his hands. Immediately transitions from making the catch to running after the reception.
Negative: Lacks a quick release off the line into pass routes. Does not show a sense of timing. Not a true downfield threat.
Analysis: Posey was a consistent performer at Ohio State before being sidelined by a suspension most of last year. Though unpolished in many areas, he offers enough upside to develop into a second wideout on a roster.

Height: 5-10
Weight: 185
40: 4.53
Year: 4Sr

De'Andre Presley

School: Appalachian State
Position: WR
Bio: Three-year starter who lined up at quarterback, running back and defensive back for Appalachian State. Senior totals included 59.7%/812 yards/4 TDs /4 interceptions throwing the ball, 57 attempts/209 yards/4 TDs carrying the ball and 17 tackles on defense. Passed for 2631 yards as a junior, adding 1039 yards on the ground.
Positive: Athletic college player who E(TM)s a developmental prospect at a variety of NFL positions. Patient signal caller, remains poised under the rush and scans the field. Throws with an over-the-top delivery, displaying a strong arm and the ability to immediately get the ball to the intended target. Fast receiver who gets downfield and nicely adjusts to the errant throw. Extends his hands, offers the quarterback a target and makes the reception in stride. Shows a burst in his game. Gives effort on defense, quickly coming up the field to defend the run.
Negative: Does not sense pressure as a quarterback. Must improve his overall accuracy throwing the ball. Undeveloped at both receiver and defensive back.
Analysis: Presley is a terrific athlete yet a work in process. He possesses the body type to be used at cornerback or receiver and should also lend a hand as return specialist.

Height: 6-3.5
Weight: 220
40: 4.5
Year: 4Sr

Brian Quick

School: Appalachian State
Position: WR
Bio: Three-year starter awarded All-American and all-conference honors the past two years. Senior totals included 71 receptions/1096 yards/11 TDs after 47/844/9 as a junior. Totaled 61/982/4 as a sophomore.
Positive: Tall possession receiver who was consistently productive on the college level. Plays to his size and physically defeats opponents to make the reception. Consistently catches the ball with his hands. Effectively uses his large frame to shield away defenders and protect the pass. Defeats jams at the line of scrimmage, battles throughout the route and works hard to come free. Keeps the play inbounds running after the reception, trying to pick up positive yardage. Gives effort blocking and gets positive results.
Negative: Lacks a quick release off the line of scrimmage. More of a loping runner and does not show a burst. Rounds off routes then floats exiting breaks.
Analysis: Quick possesses the body type and skill to play at the next level. More of an underneath receiver, he has the underlying ability to eventually develop into a second wide out on a roster.

Height: 6-3
Weight: 210
40: 4.5
Year: 3Jr

Rueben Randle

School: LSU
Position: WR
Bio: Two-year starter awarded all-conference honors as a junior with totals of 50 receptions/904 yards/8 touchdowns, with an average of 18.1 yards per reception. Sophomore totals included 33/544/3.
Positive: Tall, fluid receiver with a nice game. Quickly releases off the line into pass routes, is deceptively fast and gets down the field to make big plays. Sells pass routes, effectively uses his hands to get separation and comes back to the ball out of breaks. Displays good quickness, uses his frame to box out defenders or get vertical over opponents and pulls the ball from the air. Extends his hands to make the reception away from his frame and displays good eye/hand coordination. Exposes himself to the big hit and comes away with the ball in a crowd. Easily makes the deep reception in full stride and consistently catches the ball with his hands.
Negative: Does not show much in the way of running after the catch skills. Slows into pass routes. Has lapses in concentration.
Analysis: Randle is a big-play receiver who watched his game take off the past two seasons. He offers the size, pass-catching skill and speed to develop into a No. 1 wideout at the next level. Randle comes with a lot of upside, and his next-level skills are underrated as we move toward the draft.

Height: 5-10.5
Weight: 182
40: 4.5
Year: 5Sr

Bert Reed

School: Florida State
Position: WR
Bio: Senior totals included 29 receptions/403 yards/5 TDs after he had 58/614/2 as a junior. Totaled a career-best 60 receptions and 710 receiving yards during his sophomore season.
Positive: Usually reliable pass catcher coming off a disappointing senior campaign. Quick releasing off the line into pass routes, displays a burst of speed and easily makes the reception in stride. Always finds the clearing in underneath coverage, extends to make the reception away from his frame and displays strong hands with the ability to pull the fastball from the air. Effectively uses his frame to protect the pass and displays solid eye/hand coordination. Has a gliding style, easily changes direction and remains focused.
Negative: Not a sturdy or strong receiver and loses out in battles. Does not show top end speed on the field. Never elevated his game after a terrific sophomore campaign.
Analysis: Reed looked like a star in the making after his sophomore season, but his play has fallen off since. He possesses all the skills necessary to be a fifth receiver in a variety of NFL systems if he gets his game back on track.

Height: 5-10
Weight: 196
40: 4.65
Year: 4Sr

Tirrell Rennie

School: Northern Iowa
Position: WR
Bio: Junior college transfer awarded all-conference honors the past two years. Senior totals included passing numbers of 59.6%/1642 yards/11 TDs /2 interceptions with rushing totals of 179 attempts/885 yards/9 TDs. Junior rushing totals included 232/1291/15. Led UNI in rushing the past two years.
Positive: College quarterback who projects to receiver or running back in the NFL. Patient, effectively leads the offense and makes good decisions in the pocket. Locates the open receiver and displays a solid arm. Improvises when things break down. Solid open-field runner with the ability to make defenders miss. Quick, elusive and creates his own yardage.
Negative: Has difficulty seeing over the offensive line from the pocket. Stares down the primary target. Poor accuracy and pass placement.
Analysis: Rennie was a productive small school quarterback and possesses the ball-arrying skills and quickness necessary to be used at a skill position in the NFL.

Height: 6-2.5
Weight: 212
40: 4.54
Year: 5Sr

Marcus Rivers

School: Buffalo
Position: WR
Bio: Two-year starter awarded all-conference honors as a senior after posting 60 receptions/615 yards/2 TDs. Junior totals included 50/690/5.
Positive: Large possession receiver who's displayed improvement in his game the past three years. Comes back to the ball out of breaks, extends his hands and offers the quarterback an imposing target. Effectively adjusts to the errant throw, uses his frame to shield away defenders and protect the ball. Makes catches away from his frame and consistently looks the ball into his hands. Displays solid awareness, works to come free for his quarterback an almost always finds the open spot in the defense. Is an effective downfield blocker.
Negative: Lacks the speed to get separation down the field. Did a lot of unnecessary body catching early in his career.
Analysis: After spending the first two years of his college career on the sidelines, Rivers blossomed into a solid starting receiver during his junior campaign. He offers the size and the ability to develop into a fifth receiver for a team that wants a bigger wideout.

Height: 6-3
Weight: 227
40: 4.54
Year: 4Sr

Gerell Robinson

School: Arizona State
Position: WR
Bio: Posted career numbers of 77 catches/1397 yards/7 TDs as a senior when he started 12 games. Part-time starter the previous two years with totals of 29/387/5 as a junior and 26 catches for 261 yards during his sophomore season.
Positive: Large, strong possession receiver who performs best against underneath coverage. Displays a sense of timing, makes the difficult reception in stride and possesses good eye/hand coordination. Sells routes, effectively uses his frame to shield away defenders and goes up in a crowd battling to come away with the ball. Sturdy wideout who takes a pounding yet holds onto the ball. Nicely adjusts to the errant throw, often reaching back to snatch the pass. Battles hard for the ball. Effective downfield blocker.
Negative: Minimal quickness, speed and burst in his game. Must do a better job coming back to the ball on a consistent basis. Drops catchable throws on occasion.
Analysis: Robinson showed tremendous progress as a senior and is one of the more underrated possession receivers in this draft. He offers the physical skills to be a fourth wideout.

Height: 5-6.5
Weight: 184
40: 4.61
Year: 5Sr

James Rodgers

School: Oregon State
Position: WR
Bio: Full-time starter the past three seasons after seeing action with the first team as a freshman. Totals last season included 45 receptions/514 yards/3 TDs. Suffered a significant knee injury four games into the 2010 season and missed most of the year. Posted career-best receiving numbers of 91/1034/9 as a junior in 2009 and added 303 yards rushing with another score. Sophomore receiving totals included 51/607/4 with another 408 yards on the ground and five additional touchdowns. All-conference kick returner in 2008 as a freshman after averaging 24.8 yards on 33 kick returns with one score.
Positive: Small yet explosive and quick skill player with the ability to create his own yardage. Solid pass catcher who comes back to the ball or into the clearing to make himself an available target. Extends his hands, displays good focus and makes the reception away from his frame. Gets up in triple coverage, keeps his eyes on the ball and comes away with the catch. Tough, keeps the play in bounds running after the reception and works to pick up positive yardage. Displays terrific quickness. Picks up blocking assignments and works them hard.
Negative: Seems to have lost a half step of speed last season coming off the knee injury. Small and does not have a true position at the next level.
Analysis: Rodgers was a terrific college player who did a great job rebounding from the devastating knee injury of 2010. He's a situational prospect at the next level who will be used in the slot, in the backfield or as a kick returner.

Height: 5-7.5
Weight: 171
40: 4.46
Year: 5Sr

Mark Rodgers

School: Cal Poly
Position: WR
Bio: West Virginia transfer who played in nine games last season, posting 112 attempts/588 yards/2 TDs on the ground and adding 16 receptions/198 yards/2 TDs as a receiver. Also averaged 22.5 yards on 22 kick returns. Junior totals included ground totals of 127/882/8 with 20/208/3 as a receiver. Named to several All-American teams in 2010.
Positive: Small, speedy skill player who is dangerous in the open field. Patient ballcarrier who quickly finds the running lanes and immediately cuts back against the grain to pick up positive yardage. Runs low to the ground, makes defenders miss and possesses the speed and agility to turn the corner. Keeps the play inbounds and gives effort trying to pick up as much yardage as possible. Picks up blocking assignments and squares into opponents.
Negative: Easily brought down on initial contact by the first defender. More of a situational player who cannot take a pounding.
Analysis: Rodgers is a third-down back/return specialist/pass catcher who must produce in a variety of ways in camp this summer to have any chance of sticking on a final roster.

Height: 5-11
Weight: 190
40: 4.26
Year: 4Sr

Taveon Rogers

School: New Mexico State
Position: WR
Bio: Junior college transfer awarded all-conference honors the past two seasons as both a receiver and return specialist. Led New Mexico State in receiving last season with 53 receptions/976 yards/9 TDs while also averaging 26.1 yards on 48 kick returns with three more scores. Averaged 27.1 yards on 52 kick returns the prior season.
Positive: Quick, explosive skill prospect that consistently picks up big chunks of yardage from the line of scrimmage. Fluid releasing off the snap, shows a quick burst and has the ability to separate from defenders. Comes back to the ball out of breaks, displays good eye/hand coordination and uses his frame to shield away defenders. Displays sharpness running routes, quickly gets into breaks and stays low on exit. Very quick transitioning from making the catch to running after the reception. Possesses outstanding concentration, plays with excellent balance and consistently comes away with the downfield reception in a crowd. Outstanding kick returner that patiently waits for blocks to develop then finds the small openings on the field.
Negative: Not a natural hand catcher and all too often unnecessarily lets the pass get inside him. Choppy footed into pass routes. Lazily comes off the line if he's not directly involved in the play. Loses out in battles.
Analysis: Rogers is a speedy athlete with the ability to impact the game in a variety of ways. He's a fifth receiver that will be kept on a roster primarily for his return skills.

Height: 6-4.5
Weight: 230
40: 4.6
Year: 4Sr

Nelson Rosario

School: UCLA
Position: WR
Bio: Two-year starter who finished with career-best numbers of 64 receptions/1161 yards/5 as a senior. Long jumper on the UCLA track and field team.
Positive: Reliable college receiver who could potentially move to tight end in the NFL. Big, strong and wins out in battles. Makes the difficult catch with defenders draped on him. Takes the big hit yet holds onto the throw. Displays good awareness on the field. Uses his frame to protect the pass. Comes back to the ball out of breaks, extends his hands and offers the quarterback a nice target.
Negative: Displays marginal quickness and does not possess a downfield burst. Unnecessarily lets the pass get inside him at times.
Analysis: Rosario was a solid possession receiver in college yet has the body type and size to move inside at the next level. He could develop into a downfield threat at the tight end position or remain a very ordinary possession wideout.

Height: 6-0.5
Weight: 195
40: 4.35
Year: 5Sr

Jermaine Saffold

School: Missouri State
Position: WR
Bio: Full-time starter the past two seasons after seeing action with the first team for half of his sophomore season. All-conference selection after his senior and junior campaigns. Posted 45 receptions/913 yards/8 touchdowns last year, with an average of 20.3 yards per catch, after 53/869/5 the prior season.
Positive: Nice sized pass catcher with game breaking ability. Fluid releasing off the line, immediately gets to top speed and displays the ability to beat defenders down the sidelines. Sells routes, uses his frame to shield away opponents and consistently extends to make the reception away from his body. Adjusts to the errant throw and easily makes the downfield, over the shoulder reception. Comes back to the ball out of breaks, displays good eye/hand coordination as well as focus. Gives effort blocking, stays square and seals open the downfield running lanes.
Negative: Possesses solid long speed yet does not show an elite burst. Possesses just average quickness in his game. Tends to round off routes. Not a receiver that takes the big hit then holds onto the ball.
Analysis: Saffold was a productive small school receiver that consistently displayed the ability to make big plays. He needs to fine-tune his game and improve his route running yet is a solid developmental prospect that should get consideration as a teams fifth receiver.

Height: 6-1.5
Weight: 211
40: 4.5
Year: 3Jr

Mohamed Sanu

School: Rutgers
Position: WR
Bio: Three-year starter awarded all-conference an All-American honors as a junior after totaling 158 receptions/1206 yards/7 TDs. Sophomore totals included 44/418/2 after he had 51/639/3 as a true freshman. Posted a 40 time of 4.48 seconds during pro day.
Positive: Well-sized possession receiver whose game is on the rise. Strong, battles in a crowd and consistently comes away with the difficult reception. Exposes himself to big hits in order to make catches. Comes back to the ball out of breaks, extends his hands and offers the quarterback a nice target. Effortlessly makes the reception in contorted positions and looks the ball into his hands. Possesses both soft and strong hands. Big bodied receiver who takes a pounding yet holds onto the throw.
Negative: One speed wideout who does not possess a burst. Shows minimal quickness in his game. Average route runner.
Analysis: Sanu made an immediate impact as a true freshman at Rutgers and really watched his game take off last season. He's a possession wide out with the ability to be a number two receiver at the next level if he continues to progress.

Height: 6-1.5
Weight: 212
40: 4.45
Year: 5Sr

Tyler Shoemaker

School: Boise State
Position: WR
Bio: Played with the first team since his sophomore season. All-conference selection last year after leading Boise State in receiving with 62 receptions/994 yards/16 TDs. Junior numbers included 32/582/5.
Positive: Reliable possession receiver with good size. Displays focus and eye/hand coordination as well as soft hands. Extends to make the reception away from his frame, looks the ball into his hands and nicely adjusts to the errant throw. Consistently on the same page as his quarterback. Finds the open seam in the defense and easily makes the reception in stride. Displays sharpness into routes, battles to make the reception and gets up in a crowd to come away with the ball.
Negative: One-speed receiver who lacks a burst. Minimal quickness in his game.
Analysis: Shoemaker was productive and dependable on the college level and enters the draft as one of the most underrated receivers available. He possesses the size and wherewithal to produce in the NFL with the skills necessary to develop into a fourth or fifth receiver on a roster.

Height: 6-0.5
Weight: 192
40: 4.55
Year: 5Sr

Travis Simpson

School: Arizona State
Position: WR
Bio: Former part-time starter who missed the 2011 season with a knee injury. Junior totals of 2010 included 29 receptions for 481 yards.
Positive: Adequately sized receiver who flashed skills in 2010. Comes back to the ball exiting breaks, finds the soft spot in the defense. Quickly releases off the line and immediately gets to top speed.
Negative: Lacks the deep speed and burst necessary to beat defenders downfield. Consistently lets the ball get inside his frame rather than cleanly catching it with his hands.
Analysis: Simpson was rated as a potential late-round choice coming into the season but sat on the sidelines with a knee injury. He's a marginal prospect with minimal upside and must do well on special teams to have any chance of making a roster.

Height: 6-2.5
Weight: 193
40: 4.55
Year: 5Sr

Brad Starks

School: West Virginia
Position: WR
Bio: Three-year starter who totaled 14 receptions/174 yards/4 TDs as a senior in eight games before suffering a season-ending knee injury. Junior totals included 19/317/4 after 29/405/2 as a sophomore.
Positive: Adequately sized receiver who displays good athleticism on the field. Displays a burst of speed, gets vertical over opponents and wins out for the high throw. Extends his hands to make the catch away from his frame. Works the underneath routes. Experienced as a kick returner.
Negative: Tends to drop some catchable throws on occasion. Fell out of favor with West Virginia coaches as a senior and spent a lot of time on the bench.
Analysis: Starks is a prospect who has shown skill throughout his college career but never really elevated his game. He offers possibilities as a fifth receiver on an NFL roster if his knee is healthy and he's able to produce in camp this summer.

Height: 6-2.5
Weight: 192
40: 4.55
Year: 4Sr

Rod Streater

School: Temple
Position: WR
Bio: Junior college transfer who's started the past two seasons. Senior totals included 19 receptions/401 yards/3 TDs after 30/481/4 as a junior.
Positive: Nice-sized receiver who flashed skill the past two years. Quick, finds a way to get downfield and possesses solid eye/hand coordination. Gets vertical and adjusts in midair, displaying the ability to pull the errant throw from a crowd. Can make the tough over-the-shoulder catches downfield. Comes back to the ball to help out the quarterback and extends to make the reception away from his frame.
Negative: Lacks true deep speed. Inconsistent on the college level and disappears for stretches.
Analysis: Streater possesses the physical skills and ability to be a fourth or fifth receiver at the next level. He must elevate his game and improve the consistency of his play to have a career in the NFL.

Height: 6-5
Weight: 219
40: 4.37
Year: 4Jr

Tommy Streeter

School: Miami-Fl
Position: WR
Bio: Former backup who moved into the starting lineup as a junior and posted career-best numbers of 46 receptions/811 yards/8 TDs. Totaled six receptions the prior two seasons.
Positive: Tall, fluid pass catcher with deceptive playmaking ability. Consistently finds the soft spot in the defense, uses his frame as an advantage and physically beats opponents to come away with the ball. Makes difficult catches with defenders draped on him and wins out in battles. Solid route runner for a big receiver and easily adjusts the errant throw. Deceptively fast and possesses the ability to get downfield. Displays good focus and concentration, looks the pass into his hands and can make over-the-shoulder catches downfield.
Negative: Lacks a quick release off the line of scrimmage and shows minimal overall quickness. Unnecessarily lets the pass get inside him at times. Inconsistent running routes.
Analysis: Streeter is coming off a tremendous season and has a lot of upside to his game. He plays fast and plays big and possesses all the skills to eventually develop into a No. 2 receiver for an NFL team.

Height: 6-4
Weight: 211
40: 4.65
Year: 5Sr

Chris Summers

School: Liberty
Position: WR
Bio: Three-year starter awarded all-conference honors the past three years. Senior totals included 64 receptions/1014 yards/7 TDs after he had 76/1081/15 the prior year.
Positive: Big receiver who displays the ability to beat down defenders and make the reception. Comes back to the ball out of breaks, nicely adjusts to the errant throw and makes the reception in stride. Uses his large frame to shield away defenders. Plays with excellent balance and body control. Shows good focus and concentration. Extends his hands and offers the quarterback a nice target. Consistently catches the ball with his hands.
Negative: Lacks a quick release off the line into pass routes. Displays limited speed in his game. Does not show a lot of toughness or always play to his size.
Analysis: Summers was very productive on the college level and offers the physical skills and football ability to make it as a fourth receiver if he's willing to take his game to the next level.

Height: 5-11
Weight: 202
40: 4.55
Year: 5Sr

Deonte Thompson

School: Florida
Position: WR
Bio: Two-year starter who finished with 21 receptions/264 yards/1 touchdown as a senior after posting career-best numbers of 38/570/1 as a junior.
Positive: Adequately sized receiver who battles to make the reception. Quickly releases off the line into pass routes, effectively uses his frame to shield away defenders and extends to make the reception away from his body. Displays good focus and concentration, exposes himself to the big hit and takes a pounding, but still holds onto the ball. Physical and fights defenders to come away with the reception.
Negative: One-speed receiver who lacks a burst and shows minimal quickness running routes. Does not display naturally soft hands. Unnecessarily lets passes get inside him at times.
Analysis: Thompson was an adequate college receiver who lacks the physical skills for the next level. He could find a home as a fifth receiver, but must really make a mark on special teams this summer to get out of camp.

Height: 6-2
Weight: 215
40: 4.5
Year: 5Sr

Nick Toon

School: Wisconsin
Position: WR
Bio: Three-year starter awarded all-conference honors after his junior and senior seasons. Totals last year included 64 receptions/926 yards/10 TDs after he had 36/459/3 in 2010 in just nine games. Sophomore totals included 54/805/4. Struggled with assorted injuries throughout his college career including a recurring foot ailment.
Positive: Focused, dependable receiver best in the underneath coverage. Smart and consistently finds the open space on the field or comes back to the ball to make himself an available target. Displays good concentration, solid eye/hand coordination and consistently makes the reception away from his frame. Extends his hands to offer the quarterback a target, gets vertical over defenders and highpoints the throw. Easily makes the reception in stride. Uses his frame to shield away defenders and protect the pass. Makes the difficult catch in contorted positions. Exposes himself to the big hit in order to come away with the throw.
Negative: One-speed receiver who lacks a second gear. Does not get downfield separation or beat opponents in a foot race. Injury history will send up red flags.
Analysis: Toone is a consistent pass catcher who is consistently doubled by opponents yet seemingly always comes away with the reception. He offers potential as a second wideout at the next level, but durability concerns will cause him to be drafted much later than his talents warrant.

Height: 6-4
Weight: 213
40: 4.69
Year: 4Sr

Alexander Tounkara-Kone

School: Brown
Position: WR
Bio: Two-year starter awarded all-conference honors since his junior season. Senior totals included 49 receptions/590 yards/4 TDs after he had 61/842/4 as a junior.
Positive: Well-sized possession receiver with solid hands. Fluid releasing off the line, immediately gets to top speed and extends his hands to offer the quarterback a big target. Catches the ball with his hands and looks the ball in. Displays strong hands and snatches the ball from the air. Easily makes catches in stride, adjusting backwards to grab the errant throw.
Negative: Lazily comes off the line on occasion. Shows minimal quickness and speed in his game. Long, loping runner. Gives marginal effort blocking. Does not consistently win out in battles.
Analysis: After a terrific junior campaign, big things were expected from Tounkara-Kone last season, but his play took a step back. At the top of his game he is a dominant possession receiver on the small school level who projected as a possible fifth wideout for an NFL roster. His limited speed and quickness hurts, yet Alexander will have an opportunity in camp this summer if he gets his game back on track.

Height: 6-4.5
Weight: 213
40: 4.61
Year: 4Sr

Lavasier Tuinei

School: Oregon
Position: WR
Bio: Junior college transfer who started the past two seasons, posting career-best numbers of 48 receptions/599 yards/10 TDs as a senior. Junior totals included 36/396/2.
Positive: Well-sized receiver with a solid game. Comes back to the ball out of breaks, nicely adjusts to the ball and makes the difficult reception in stride. Displays good focus and concentration, plays heads-up football and effectively uses his large frame to shield away defenders or protect the pass. Consistent hand catcher and a sturdy receiver who grabs the ball in the middle of the field, takes a pounding and holds onto the throw. Works hard to come free to make himself an available target. Keeps the play inbounds trying to pick up yardage running after the catch. Gives effort blocking downfield.
Negative: Displays limited quickness and speed in his game. Cannot run to the long throw. Average route runner.
Analysis: Tuinei is a slightly underrated possession receiver who's shown a lot of progress the past two years. He does the little things well at the position and has enough skill to make it as a fifth receiver in the NFL.

Height: 5-11.5
Weight: 208
40: 4.72
Year: 6Sr

Jordan White

School: Western Michigan
Position: WR
Bio: Sixth-year senior who has been an all-conference selection the past two years. Named an All-American last year with receiving totals of 127 receptions/1646 yards/16 TDs. Junior numbers included 94/1378/10 after he had 53/681/4 as a sophomore. Missed the 2006 and 2008 seasons with separate knee injuries.
Positive: Natural, consistent receiver who is the go-to guy opponents cannot stop. Smooth getting into routes, nicely adjusts to the errant throw and looks the pass into his hands. Makes the reception in stride, keeps the play inbounds and works hard to pick up positive yardage running after the reception. Comes back to the ball out of breaks and consistently finds the open space in the defense. Plays with terrific balance and body control and possesses outstanding eye/hand coordination. Goes up in a crowd or double coverage to come away with the ball. Takes the big hit yet holds onto the throw. Uses his frame to protect the ball. Fights hard to make catches and effectively uses his hands to get separation from opponents. Displays both soft and strong hands with the ability to pull the fastball from the air.
Negative: One-speed receiver who lacks the second gear. Has a history of knee injuries, which must be checked.
Analysis: White was incredibly productive at Western Michigan and is a fluid and graceful receiver with next-level pass catching skills. His focus, concentration and dependability rate amongst the best of any receiver in this draft. However, White lacks great foot speed and has an injury history. He will be productive as a third or fourth receiver at the next level if he remains healthy.

Height: 6-2.5
Weight: 218
40: 4.51
Year: 4Sr

Mike Willie

School: Arizona State
Position: WR
Bio: Junior college transfer who's started the past two years, posting 36 receptions/455 yards/3 TDs as a senior and 36/442/6 as a junior.
Positive: Athletic receiver with nice size and upside. Makes difficult catches in traffic, lays out for the errant throw and makes some incredibly athletic grabs. Displays good eye/hand coordination, flashes big-time skill and makes the tough catch downfield. Plays faster than his 40 time and outruns opponents down the sideline. Effective when he extends to make the reception away from his frame. Quickly transitions from making the catch to running after the reception.
Negative: Loses focus on occasion and drops some catchable throws. Must be more aware of ball security. Lacks great deep burst and the ability to get separation down the field.
Analysis: Willie is physically gifted and has shown flashes of ability, though has never truly elevated his game. He's a terrific developmental prospect who could eventually grow into a fourth receiver if properly coached.

Height: 5-11.5
Weight: 173
40: 4.5
Year: 4Sr

D.J. Woods

School: Cincinnati
Position: WR
Bio: Three-year starter who posted receiving numbers of 37 receptions/450 yards/2 TDs as a senior when he also averaged 6.5 yards on 11 punt returns. Junior totals included 57/898/8.
Positive: Quick slot receiver prospect who's displayed flashes of skill the past three years. Smooth releasing off the line, immediately gets to top speed and makes the reception in stride. Nicely redirects or adjusts to grab the errant pass. Extends and makes catches away from his frame. Has good quickness. Comes back to the ball out of breaks and works to make himself an available target.
Negative: One-speed receiver who does not show burst on the field despite his 40 time. Does not display naturally soft hands and double catches passes.
Analysis: Woods was moderately productive in college and must quickly produce on special teams this summer to have any chance of finding a spot on a final roster.

Height: 5-9.5
Weight: 182
40: 4.39
Year: 4Sr

Jarius Wright

School: Arkansas
Position: WR
Bio: Four-year starter awarded All-conference honors as a senior after he led Arkansas with career-best receiving numbers of 68 receptions/1,117 yards/12 touchdowns. Junior totals included 42/788/5 after he had 41/681/5 as a sophomore.
Positive: Small, but explosive game-breaking receiver who displays a variety of pass-catching skills. Quickly releases off the line, immediately gets to top speed and possesses a terrific burst. Has a second gear, switches it on in a single step and stretches the defense. Solid route runner who stays low exiting breaks and comes back to the ball. Extends his hands to make the reception away from his frame and uses his frame to protect the pass. Will extend and exposes himself to the big hit in order to come away with the reception. Gets up in a crowd in battles to make the catch. Easily adjusts to errant passes. Elusive handling the ball, makes defenders miss and is dangerous in the open field.
Negative: Lacks size and loses out in battles. Drops some catchable throws on occasion.
Analysis: Wright is a legitimate deep threat with home-run hitting speed and the ability to make catches underneath. He is limited by size, but has the potential to be a lethal slot receiver if he learns to does the little things well and continues to improve his game.

Height: 5-10.5
Weight: 196
40: 4.43
Year: 4Sr

Kendall Wright

School: Baylor
Position: WR
Bio: Four-year starter awarded all-conference honors the past two seasons. All-America receiver after his senior season. Last year E(TM)s receiving totals included 108 receptions/1663 yards/14 TDs. Junior numbers included 78/952/7. Had 66/740/4 as a sophomore. Led Baylor in receiving each of the past three seasons.
Positive: Vertical wideout has a complete game. Fluid and smooth, he fires off the snap, displays quickness into breaks and comes back to the ball on exit. Consistently extends his hands and offers the quarterback a target, almost always makes the reception away from his frame and is very quick transitioning from making the catch to running after the reception. Elusive handling the ball, keeps the play inbounds and works to pick up positive yardage. Battles to make the reception, getting vertical over opponents to adjust to passes and make tough catches. Fast in every direction, runs solid crossing routes and easily makes over-the-shoulder catches. Has outstanding eye/hand coordination and comes away with the tough reception with defenders draped on him. Gives effort blocking downfield and gets results.
Negative: Possesses adequate size, but he E(TM)s not a big, sturdy receiver.
Analysis: Wright has all the skills necessary to be a number one wideout. He possesses tremendous pass-catching skills and there's a lot to like about his game. He'll be downgraded by some teams as he measures just under 6-feet, but expect Wright to make a major impact for the team that selects him.

Height: 5-9.5
Weight: 187
40: 4.36
Year: 5Sr

Devon Wylie

School: Fresno State
Position: WR
Bio: All-conference special teams performer as a senior. Receiving totals last year included 56 receptions/716 yards/1 TDs with an average of 15.4 yards on 29 punt returns with two more scores. Moved into the starting lineup as a sophomore yet struggled with injuries the next three seasons, missing all of 2010 with a foot injury.
Positive: Explosive slot receiver who also stands out on special teams. Displays terrific overall quickness, smooth releasing off the line of scrimmage and immediately gets to top speed. Sharp route-runner, quickly gets into breaks, stays low on exit to position himself to make the reception. Extends his hands to make the catch away from his frame. Displays strong hands. Plays with terrific balance and body control and displays skill running after the reception. Stays on his feet and works hard throughout the play.
Negative: Unnecessarily body catches on occasion. Had three years of his college career interrupted by injury. Marginally productive until last season.
Analysis: Wylie would be a terrific addition to any roster as a slot receiver/return specialist and will produce at the next level if he's able to stay healthy. He possesses the physical skills and mental makeup to see action as a rookie.

Updated 2/26
RankRndNamePosYear
11stJadeveon Clowney
South Carolina
DE3Jr
21stJake Matthews
Texas A&M
T4Sr
31stAnthony Barr
UCLA
OLB4Sr
41stKhalil Mack
Buffalo
OLB5Sr
51stBlake Bortles
Central Florida
QB4Jr
61stTeddy Bridgewater
Louisville
QB3Jr
71stGreg Robinson
Auburn
T3So
81stSammy Watkins
Clemson
WR3Jr
91stTaylor Lewan
Michigan
T5Sr
101stC.J. Mosley
Alabama
OLB4Sr
111stMike Evans
Texas A&M
WR3So
121stKony Ealy
Missouri
DE4Jr
131stMarqise Lee
USC
WR3Jr
141stLouis Nix
Notre Dame
DT4Jr
151stJace Amaro
Texas Tech
TE3Jr
161stAaron Donald
Pittsburgh
DT4Sr
171stJustin Gilbert
Oklahoma State
CB4Sr
181stEric Ebron
North Carolina
TE4Jr
191stDarqueze Dennard
Michigan State
CB4Sr
201stCyrus Kouandjio
Alabama
T3Jr
211stDerek Carr
Fresno State
QB5Sr
221-2Zack Martin
Notre Dame
T5Sr
231-2Ra'Shede Hageman
Minnesota
DT5Sr
241stJohnny Manziel
Texas A&M
QB3So
251-2Jason Verrett
TCU
CB4Sr