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2013 Wide Receiver Reports
Height: 6-2
Weight: 206
40: 4.55
Year: 3Jr

Keenan Allen

School: California
Position: WR
Bio: Started nine games last season as a junior, struggling through the season with a knee injury. Finished with 61 receptions/737 yards/6 TDs. All-Conference selection the prior year after totals of 98/1343/6. Freshman totals included 45/490/5.
Positive: Dependable possession receiver with solid hands. Smart, reads defenses, and consistently finds the open spot on the field. Strong, sturdy receiver who takes a big hit but holds onto the ball. Easily adjusts to errant throws, offers the quarterback an imposing target, and shows focus. Works routes, makes the difficult catch in a crowd, and comes away with tough receptions. Consistently doubled by opponents. Displays outstanding timing, plays with both balance and body control and somewhat elusive running after the catch. Gives effort blocking downfield and is consistent in his entire game.
Negative: Lacks a downfield burst. Looked ordinary at times last season. Does not play with a sense of urgency. Work ethic has been questioned.
Analysis: Allen is an intelligent receiver consistent in all areas. He projects as a starting wideout at the next level and should be very productive if lined up next to a vertical threat who can stretch the field. More than anything else, Allen most play to his level of ability on a consistent basis to have a long career at the next level.

Height: 5-10.5
Weight: 185
40: 4.55
Year: 4Sr

Perez Ashford

School: Northern Illinois
Position: WR
Bio: Two-year starter awarded all-Conference honors as a junior. Played in nine games as a senior, missing five contests with an ankle sprain, and finished the year with 34 receptions/372 yards/1 TD. Totaled 47/530/3 as a junior.
Positive: Dependable possession receiver with solid hands. Smart, reads defenses, and consistently finds the open spot on the field. Strong, sturdy receiver who takes a big hit but holds onto the ball. Easily adjusts to errant throws, offers the quarterback an imposing target, and shows focus. Works routes, makes the difficult catch in a crowd, and comes away with tough receptions. Consistently doubled by opponents. Displays outstanding timing, plays with both balance and body control and somewhat elusive running after the catch. Gives effort blocking downfield and is consistent in his entire game.
Negative: One-speed receiver who lacks a burst. Does not possess great size.
Analysis: Ashford was a consistent wideout for Northern Illinois yet his development was slowed last season by injury. He's had experience returning punts and kicks in college, something he'll have to do this summer to guarantee a roster spot.

Height: 5-8.5
Weight: 174
40: 4.28
Year: 4Sr

Tavon Austin

School: West Virginia
Position: WR
Bio: Three-year starter named to numerous all-America teams since his junior campaign and awarded all-Conference honors since his sophomore season. Receiving totals last year included 114 receptions/1289 yards/12 TDs. Averaged 25.4 yards on 32 kick returns with one score and 11 yards on 15 punt returns with another touchdown as a senior. Also posted 623 yards and three touchdowns running reverses. Junior receiving totals included 101/1186/8.
Positive: Small but explosive playmaker who is a threat to score any time the ball is in his hands. Quickly releases off the line, immediately gets to top speed, and has a deep burst. Tremendously quick, incredibly elusive, and is capable of stringing together multiple moves over the course of a single route. Can turn it on in a single step and plays with tremendous balance. Effective route runner who separates from defenders. Shows focus and concentration as a receiver and comes away with receptions in traffic. Displays a sense of timing, good hand/eye coordination and immediately transitions from making the catch to running after receptions. Creative, follows blocks and has the ability to cut back on a dime, losing little momentum changing direction.
Negative: Short target and will be difficult to him in traffic. Not sturdy and can be affected by big hits.
Analysis: Austin is a terrific athlete who consistently plays at a high level. He's a triple threat skill player effective as a receiver, return specialist, and ball carrier. His size will limit him at the next level, but creative offensive coordinators will design plays to make the most of Austin's talents.

Height: 5-10.5
Weight: 195
40: 4.62
Year: 4Sr

Cameron Bailey

School: Eastern Kentucky
Position: WR
Bio: Three-year starter who led Eastern Kentucky last season with numbers of 49 receptions/640 yards/5 TDs. Junior totals included 29/370/1.
Positive: Solid college receiver with an up-and-down game. Fluid releasing off the line scrimmage, displays quickness into pass routes, and for the most part extends to make receptions away from his frame. Follows the quarterback across the field working to make himself an available target and easily adjusts to errant throws. Experienced punt returner with the ability to alter the momentum of games.
Negative: Does not display naturally soft hands and bobbles throws on occasion. One-speed receiver who lacks a burst.
Analysis: Bailey possesses ordinary size/speed numbers for the next level yet the return skills he previously displayed in college could help him grab hold of a roster spot.

Height: 5-10.5
Weight: 193
40: 4.51
Year: 4Jr

Stedman Bailey

School: West Virginia
Position: WR
Bio: Three-year starter named to several all-America teams last season and awarded all-Conference honors since his sophomore campaign. Totals last season included 114 receptions/1622 yards/25 TDs after 72/1279/12 as a sophomore.
Positive: Polished receiver with average size/speed numbers for the next level. Works his hands to get off jams at the line of scrimmage, sells routes, and does a terrific job finding the open spot on the field. Fights hard to make receptions, uses his frame to protect the pass, and exposes himself to big hits in order to come away with receptions. Plays with excellent body control, makes difficult catches in contorted positions, and shows good hand/eye coordination. Displays strong hands and the ability to pluck the pass from the air. Effective running after the catch.
Negative: One-speed receiver who does not have a downfield burst. Not a big receiver and will struggle in battles at the next level.
Analysis: Bailey was a productive receiver at West Virginia the past three seasons and consistently improved. He's not the biggest or fastest receiver but does the little things well and should be an effective slot/third receiver at the next level.

Height: 6-2.5
Weight: 196
40: 4.59
Year: 5Sr

Deven Baker

School: Central Connecticut State
Position: WR
Bio: Temple transfer who led Central Connecticut in receiving the past two years. Senior totals included 42 receptions/609 yards/6 TDs after 44/589/6 as a junior.
Positive: Adequately sized pass catcher with an inconsistent game. Displays good hand/eye coordination and runs well after the catch. Solid downfield blocker. Good special teams player who stands out on coverage units.
Negative: Lazily comes off the line. Loses focus, takes his eyes off the ball, and bobbles too many throws. Struggles in battles with defenders.
Analysis: Baker has next-level size and flashed skill in college, yet never elevated his game or showed a willingness to do the little things. He must compete hard in camp this summer to get consideration for a practice squad.

Height: 6-2.5
Weight: 207
40: 4.45
Year: 4Sr

Michael Berry

School: Southern
Position: WR
Bio: Two-year starter who posted 38 receptions/624 yards/16 TDs as a senior after junior totals of 39/508/7.
Positive: Consistent wide out with outstanding size/speed numbers. Nice-sized target who extends to make receptions away from his frame. Looks the pass into his hands, displays good focus, and effectively tracks the deep ball. Comes back to the pass out of breaks, displays good hand/eye coordination, and wins out in battles.
Negative: Lacks a quick release off the line, does not play to his 40 time, and lacks a burst. Hands aren E(TM)t soft and as a result he occasionally lets catchable throws slip by. Merely moderately productive on the college level.
Analysis: Berry has the size and speed to be a mid-round pick yet showed little consistency or improvement on the college field. He's a developmental prospect who could find a spot on the practice squad this September.

Height: 6-1
Weight: 195
40: 4.45
Year: 4Sr

Emory Blake

School: Auburn
Position: WR
Bio: Full-time starter the past two seasons leading Auburn in all receiving categories as a senior with 50 receptions/789 yards/3 TDs. Junior totals included 36/613/5.
Positive: Underrated receiver who displays big-play ability. Works to come back to the ball and make himself an available target. Adjusts to errant throws and extends to make receptions away from his frame. Stays low exiting breaks and shields opponents away with his frame. Sneaks downfield and shows the ability to make big plays from the line of scrimmage.
Negative: Unnecessarily lets the pass get inside him at times. Doesn E(TM)t show soft hands and does a lot of double catching.
Analysis: Blake possesses the size and pass-catching skill to line up as a fourth receiver in the NFL, but he must improve the consistency of his game and pay attention to detail.

Height: 5-10.5
Weight: 193
40: 4.52
Year: 4Sr

Michael Bonner

School: Jacksonville State
Position: WR
Bio: Two-year starter who registered 50 receptions/859 yards/8 TDs as a senior after 33/582/3 the prior season.
Positive: Well-rounded pass catcher with marginal physical skills for the next level. Solid route runner who quickly gets into breaks, and keeps the play in bounds running after the reception. Extends to make receptions away from his frame, looks the ball into his hands, and displays good hand/eye coordination. Solid downfield blocker who seals open the running lanes.
Negative: Lacks playing balance and tends to do a lot of slipping or readjusting to get back to playing form. One-speed receiver who lacks a burst.
Analysis: Bonner was a solid college receiver who was also used a return specialist. He's more of a practice-squad player and a prospect who must earn his wage on special teams.

Height: 6-0.5
Weight: 205
40: 4.59
Year: 4Sr

Chris Bowden

School: Wingate
Position: WR
Bio: Four-year starter awarded all-America and all-Conference honors the past two years. enior totals included 106 receptions/1359 yards/9 TDs after 76/1064/9 as a junior.
Positive: Productive small-school receiver who does the little things well. Quickly releases off the line of scrimmage, sells routes, and stays low exiting breaks. Comes back to the ball, displays good hand/eye coordination, and snatches the pass from the air. Extends his hands, offers the quarterback a target, and consistently makes the catch away from his frame. Works to pick up yardage running after the reception.
Negative: Lacks a burst and the ability to run to the deep throw. Not quick-footed into breaks.
Analysis: Bowden was a consistent receiver for Wingate and showed improvement each season. He lacks the speed to be anything other than a fifth receiver at the next level, but his pass-catching skills and the ability to produce could help him grab hold of a roster spot.

Height: 5-11
Weight: 206
40: 4.34
Year: 4Jr

Josh Boyce

School: TCU
Position: WR
Bio: Three-year starter awarded all-Conference honors as a sophomore. Junior totals last season included 66 receptions/891 yards/7 TDs after 61/998/9 as a sophomore.
Positive: Natural receiver who consistently comes away with the catch. Plays with quickness, comes back to the ball out of breaks, and extends to make receptions away from his frame. Easily catches the pass in stride, effective running after the catch, and displays the ability to create yardage. Better than average deep speed as well as the ability to get vertical in a crowd for difficult catches.
Negative: Lacks great size and struggles in battles. Gives effort blocking downfield, yet doesn E(TM)t get good results.
Analysis: Boyce was productive the moment he stepped onto the field at TCU and possesses the skills to line up as a fourth receiver in the NFL.

Height: 6-3.5
Weight: 214
40: 4.72
Year: 5Sr

Xavier Boyce

School: Norfolk State
Position: WR
Bio: Virginia Tech transfer awarded both all-America and all-Conference honors the past two seasons, leading Norfolk State in receiving both years. Totaled 58 receptions/623 yards/14 TDs as a senior after 68/750/4 the prior year.
Positive: Large possession receiver with dependable hands. Works hard to make himself an available target and extends to make receptions away from his frame. Keeps the play in bounds when running after the catch and tries to pick up positive yardage. Uses his long frame to shield away defenders and protect the pass. Consistently catches the ball with his hands, not his body. Shows good focus and the ability to make difficult catches in a crowd.
Negative: One-speed receiver who lacks a burst. Marginal skill set running after the catch. Poor route runner.
Analysis: Boyce offers nice size yet possesses limited speed for the next level. He will get consideration as a fifth receiver used in the red zone.

Height: 6-2
Weight: 205
40: 4.55
Year: 4Sr

Justin Brown

School: Oklahoma
Position: WR
Bio: Three-year starter who began his career at Penn State before transferring to Oklahoma for the 2012 season. Posted career numbers of 73 receptions/879 yards/5 TDs last year after 35/517/2 as a junior.
Positive: Dependable wideout with average size and speed for the next level. Sturdy receiver who makes the tough catch in a crowd, takes a big hit yet holds onto the ball. Finds the clearing in the defense, adjusts to errant throws, and consistently makes catches with his hands away from his frame. Uses his frame to shield away defenders and works hard running after the catch.
Negative: Displays minimal quickness and speed, struggling to separate from defenders. Does not possess naturally soft hands.
Analysis: Brown was consistent on the college level and watched his production take off last season in Oklahoma's spread offense. He's an average athlete with no outstanding physical trait to his game. His best opportunity is lining up as a fifth receiver in the NFL.

Height: 6-4
Weight: 213
40: 4.65
Year: 4Sr

Marlon Brown

School: Georgia
Position: WR
Bio: Part-time starter the past two seasons playing in eight games as a senior totaling 27 receptions/469 yards/4 TDs before having his season cut short with a knee injury. Junior totals included 15/234/3 in five starts.
Positive: Big, strong possession receiver with reliable hands. Comes back to the ball out of breaks, does not back down to a challenge, and gets up in a crowd to make the difficult reception. Easily adjusts to the errant pass, extends to make receptions away from his frame, and then takes a pounding but holds onto the throw.
Negative: Poor route runner who slows into breaks and shows little sharpness. One-speed receiver and lacks a deep burst. Coming off a knee injury.
Analysis: Brown is a big, strong possession receiver who could offer possibilities in the red zone or on third down, if he's able to get back to prior playing form and improve his game.

Height: 6-3.5
Weight: 210
40: 4.57
Year: 5Sr

Dan Buckner

School: Arizona
Position: WR
Bio: Junior-college transfer who broke into the starting lineup last season and posted 61 receptions/772 yards/5 TDs. Junior totals included 42/606/2.
Positive: Strong possession receiver with a reliable game. Possesses good size, uses his frame to shield away defenders and extends his hands to make receptions away from his frame. Nicely reaches back to grab errant throws with defenders draped on him and possesses soft hands. Takes a big hit but holds onto throws. Gets up high and fights to come down with receptions.
Negative: Inconsistent. Drops too many catchable passes. One-speed receiver with limited quickness.
Analysis: Buckner elevated his play last season after stepping into the starting lineup and projects as a fifth/possession wideout at the next level.

Height: 5-11
Weight: 190
40: 4.54
Year: 4Sr

Chad Bumphis

School: Mississippi State
Position: WR
Bio: All-Conference selection as a senior after leading Mississippi State in all receiving categories with 58 receptions/922 yards/12 TDs. Junior totals included 25/339/3. Initially led the Bulldogs in all receiving categories as a sophomore with totals of 44/634/5. Experienced return specialist.
Positive: Under-the-radar receiver with NFL skills. Quickly releases off the line of scrimmage, immediately gets to top speed, and easily makes receptions in stride. Adjusts to errant throws, shows the ability to grab the fastball from the air, and keeps the play in bounds running after the catch. Plays with a tremendous quickness, effective running after receptions, and makes a lot of athletic plays. Displays terrific focus as well as concentration. Gets up in a crowd and comes down with difficult catches. Throws double moves on opponents and works hard to make himself an available target.
Negative: Not a downfield threat and lacks a second gear. Inconsistent throughout his college career.
Analysis: Bumphis is a receiver who was not on the scouting radar at the start of the season but elevated his game as a senior and now projects as a late-round selection. He possesses the pass-catching skills, athleticism, and wherewithal to line up as a fifth receiver in the NFL.

Height: 6-2.5
Weight: 199
40: 4.55
Year: 5Sr

Brice Butler

School: San Diego State
Position: WR
Bio: USC transfer who totaled 24 receptions/347 yards/4 TDs as a senior after catching 12 passes for 150 yards as a backup with the Trojans in 2011.
Positive: Average-sized receiver with solid hands. Displays both focus and concentration, gets up in a crowd and makes the difficult reception away from his frame. Displays good hand/eye coordination and timing.
Negative: Lacks a quick release off the line and a downfield burst. Minimally productive on the college level.
Analysis: Butler flashed skill throughout his college career then elevated his game as a senior, but still has a ways to go before he'll be NFL-ready. He's a practice-squad prospect with the potential to develop into a fifth receiver.

Height: 6-0.5
Weight: 198
40: 4.49
Year: 5Sr

DeVonte Christopher

School: Utah
Position: WR
Bio: Part-time starter the past three seasons. Senior totals included 22 receptions/301 yards/2 TDs after 42/663/5 as a junior. Experienced return specialist.
Positive: Athletic receiver coming off a disappointing senior campaign. Consistently finds a way to get open, comes back to the quarterback, and uses frame to shield away defenders. Runs solid routes, quickly gets into breaks, and immediately transitions from making the catch to running after receptions. Looks the ball into his hands, easily makes receptions in stride, and adjusts to errant throws. Displays a sense of timing and has a burst, which he turns on in a single step. Plays with good focus and concentration as well as balance.
Negative: Not a physical receiver and loses out in battles. Average production in college and struggled as a senior.
Analysis: Christopher was a highly considered prospect entering the 2012 season but failed to meet expectations. He has the receiving skills to line up as a fourth receiver at the next level but must quickly get his game back on track and produce in camp.

Height: 5-11
Weight: 185
40: 4.52
Year: 4Sr

Jasper Collins

School: Mount Union
Position: WR
Bio: Three-year starter awarded all-Conference honors the past two seasons and named to numerous all-America teams as a senior. Totals last year included 92 receptions/1694 yards/22 TDs after 67/844/13 as a junior. Productive return specialist early in his Mount Union career.
Positive: Reliable, consistent pass catcher who gives effort in all areas of the game. Quickly releases off the line of scrimmage into routes, immediately gets to top speed, and displays sharpness into breaks. Stays low exiting routes and positions himself to make receptions. Comes back to the ball, displays terrific hand/eye coordination, and makes some acrobatic receptions in contorted positions. Displays a sense of timing with his quarterback. Easily makes the catch in stride, adjusting to the pass and losing no momentum. Catches the ball away from his frame. Gives effort blocking.
Negative: Lacks the second gear and deep burst. Hands can be suspect. Below-average blocker.
Analysis: Collins was a terrific small-school receiver and the go-to guy opponents could not stop. He's a late-round pick who will be given an opportunity as a team's fifth receiver and Collins will help his cause this summer if he produces returning punts or kicks.

Height: 6-2.5
Weight: 215
40: 4.63
Year: 5Sr

David Crawford

School: Wagner
Position: WR
Bio: Three-year starter who led Wagner in receiving as a senior with 37 receptions/483 yards/2 TDs. Sidelined with a shoulder injury three games into a 2011 season. Junior totals of 2010 included 35 receptions and 629 receiving yards.
Positive: Nice-sized possession receiver who flashed skill the past four years. Quickly releases off the line into pass routes, effectively uses his hands to separate from opponents, and sells routes. Shields defenders away with his frame, plays heads-up football, and competes to make receptions. Nicely adjusts to errant throws and looks the ball into his hands.
Negative: One-speed receiver. Gives average effort blocking. Minimally productive in college.
Analysis: Crawford possesses the physical skills to be a fifth receiver on an NFL roster yet must elevate every aspect of his game to have any shot at a pro-career.

Height: 6-3
Weight: 213
40: 4.65
Year: 5Sr

Andy Cruse

School: Miami-Oh
Position: WR
Bio: Four-year starter who posted 74 receptions/681 yards/6 TDs as a senior after 43/391/4 the prior year.
Positive: Reliable pass catcher with NFL size. Displays good awareness on the field, comes back to the ball to make himself an available target, and consistently finds the soft spot in the defense. Uses his frame to shield away defenders, extends his hands, and works to make receptions away from his frame. Possesses soft hands. Makes difficult catches in a crowd, takes a big hit then holds onto the throw. Quickly transitions from making the catch to running after the reception. Gives effort blocking downfield.
Negative: One-speed receiver with limited quickness. Despite his size, has never been a great red-zone threat.
Analysis: Cruse showed terrific improvement as a senior and he's a receiver who does the little things well. Unlikely to be selected at any point during the seven rounds, Cruse could catch on as a fifth receiver in the NFL.

Height: 6-2
Weight: 217
40: 4.52
Year: 4Sr

Keenan Davis

School: Iowa
Position: WR
Bio: Two-year starter who posted 46 receptions/560 yards/1 TD as a senior after 50/713/4 the prior year.
Positive: Large possession receiver with limited upside. Settles into the soft spot of the defense, displays good hand/eye coordination, and works to pick up positive yardage after the catch. Possesses soft hands with the ability to snatch the pass from the air. Effortlessly makes catches in stride and displays good timing on receptions. Gives effort blocking downfield and opens up running lanes.
Negative: Neither quick nor fast. Struggles running routes and isn E(TM)t crisp into breaks. Marginally productive in college and comes off a disappointing senior season.
Analysis: Davis possesses the dimensions and skill necessary to be a fifth receiver in the NFL but must elevate his game and show a good deal of improvement this summer to make it out of camp.

Height: 6-3
Weight: 233
40: 4.47
Year: 5Sr

Marcus Davis

School: Virginia Tech
Position: WR
Bio: Starter at Virginia Tech for much of the past two seasons. Posted 51 receptions/953 yards/5 TDs as a senior after 30/510/5 the prior year.
Positive: Athletic receiver with outstanding size and speed. Quickly releases off the line, immediately gets to top speed, and beats defenders down the sidelines. Nicely adjusts to the throw running full speed. Looks passes into his hands and, for the most part, makes the catch away from his frame. Comes across the middle, gets up in a crowd, and boxes out defenders with his large body. Effective blocker and opens up running lanes down field.
Negative: Poor route runner, who shows limited sharpness and quickness into breaks. Inconsistent catching the ball and let's a lot of easy passes slip through his hands.
Analysis: Davis was highly rated by NFL scouts coming into the season, yet failed to elevate his game or meet expectations. He offers next level physical skills but must learn to do the little things well and play to his level of potential.

Height: 6-0.5
Weight: 197
40: 4.62
Year: 5Sr

Terence Davis

School: Wake Forest
Position: WR
Bio: Moved into the starting lineup as a senior and totaled 43 receptions/544 yards/2 TDs. Junior totals included 20/2069/5.
Positive: Sure-handed receiver with marginal speed. Comes back to the ball to make himself an available target, extends his hands and makes catches away from his frame. Displays soft hands with the ability to snatch the ball out of the air. Works hard running after the catch.
Negative: One-speed receiver and lacks a burst. Average route runner and gets choppy into breaks.
Analysis: Davis possesses next-level, pass-catching skills, yet lacks the speed and quickness to be anything other than a fifth wideout.

Height: 5-8.5
Weight: 165
40: 4.48
Year: 4Sr

Skye Dawson

School: TCU
Position: WR
Bio: Part-time starter the past three seasons posting 34 receptions/455 yards/1 TD as a senior. Also averaged 23.1 yards on 20 kick returns. Junior receiving totals included 45/500/5.
Positive: Small yet quick wide out with a versatile game. Sells pass routes, comes back into the clearing to make himself an available target, and nicely adjusts to errant throws. Looks the pass into his hands and quickly transitions to running after the catch.
Negative: Short and can be a tough target to find. Unnecessarily lets the ball get inside him at times.
Analysis: Dawson was a consistent pass catcher for TCU and also produced as a kick returner. He offers possibilities as a slot receiver but must show skill as a return specialist this summer.

Height: 6-2.5
Weight: 210
40: 4.44
Year: 4Sr

Aaron Dobson

School: Marshall
Position: WR
Bio: Three-year starter awarded all-Conference honors as a senior. Senior totals included 57 receptions/679 yards/3 TDs in 10 games. Led Marshall in receptions the prior two seasons posting 49/668/12 as a junior and 44/689/5 as a sophomore.
Positive: Dependable receiver with average size/speed numbers for the next level. Quickly gets off the line, sells pass routes, and shows sharpness into breaks. Comes back to the ball out of routes, uses his frame to shield away defenders, and battles to make receptions. Displays both focus and concentration with the ability to make difficult catches in a crowd. Wins out for the jump ball, looks the pass into his hands, and snatches the ball from the air. Exposes himself to big hits in order to come away with the catch.
Negative: Not a vertical threat or deep receiver. Lacks the second gear and burst to separate from defenders.
Analysis: Dobson is as smooth receiver with natural pass-catching skills who should do well as a fourth wide out at the next level, primarily on underneath routes.

Height: 6-1
Weight: 211
40: 4.59
Year: 5Sr

Kevin Dorsey

School: Maryland
Position: WR
Bio: Senior totals included 18 receptions/311 yards/4 TDs after career numbers of 45/573/3 as a junior when he started 10 games.
Positive: Nice-sized pass catcher coming off a disappointing senior campaign. Fluid releasing off the line scrimmage, comes back into the clearing to make himself available, and catches the pass away from his frame. Gets up in a crowd and fights to make receptions. Looks the ball into his hands and displays natural receiving skills. Gives effort blocking downfield.
Negative: Lacks the second gear and deep burst. Marginally productive in college.
Analysis: Dorsey possesses the size and skill to make a an NFL roster as a fifth/possession wideout. He must quickly elevate his game this summer and pick up where he left off after his junior season.

Height: 5-9.5
Weight: 168
40: 4.41
Year: 5Sr

Reggie Dunn

School: Utah
Position: WR
Bio: All-Conference return specialist last season after averaging 51.3 yards on 10 kick returns, four of which were brought back for touchdowns. Senior receiving totals included 13 receptions for 58 yards. Junior pass catching totals included 15 receptions for 173 yards and an average of 23.6 yards on 26 returns.
Positive: Explosive, game-impacting kick returner with the ability to line up as a slot receiver. Very quick, has a terrific burst, and separates from opponents with a single step. Nicely makes receptions in stride reaching back to grab errant throws then immediately transitions from making the catch to running after receptions. Extends and consistently catches the ball away from his frame.
Negative: Small and loses out in battles. Does not possess the second gear as a receiver. Minimally productive as a pass catcher for Utah.
Analysis: Dunn is an explosive skill player who instantaneously altered the momentum of games returning kicks the past two years. His return skills should secure him a spot on a roster at the next level.

Height: 5-9.2
Weight: 194
40: 4.48
Year: 4Sr

Antavian Edison

School: Purdue
Position: WR
Bio: Moved into the starting lineup on a full-time basis during his senior season then posted career numbers of 58 receptions/652 yards/8 TDs. Junior totals included 44/584/3.
Positive: Small, yet explosive receiver who's displayed consistent development the past two years. Very quick, can turn it on in a single step, and shows the ability to get down the field. Extends to make receptions away from his frame then looks the ball into his hands.
Negative: Easily brought down running after the catch. Unnecessarily body catches at times.
Analysis: Edison is a swift receiver who plays faster than his 40-time and has the ability to be used in the slot at the next level. He projects as a fifth receiver and special teams player.

Height: 6-3
Weight: 201
40: 4.59
Year: 5Sr

Nick Edwards

School: Eastern Washington
Position: WR
Bio: Former walk-on who started his first three seasons at Eastern Washington before struggling with a knee injury throughout his senior campaign. Totals last year included 37 receptions/436 yards/4 TDs. All-America and all-Conference recipient as a junior after posting career numbers of 95/1250/19. Sophomore totals included 57/614/7.
Positive: Nice-sized receiver who displayed NFL skills prior to his injury last season. Quickly releases off the line into pass routes, comes back to the ball out of breaks, and extends his hands, offering the quarterback a target. Looks the pass into his hands, easily adjusts to catch errant throws in stride, and effectively tracks deep passes. Consistent hand catcher who displays focus and consistently makes the reception away from his frame. Fights to come away with the ball in a crowd. Gives effort blocking.
Negative: Rounds off routes and shows minimal sharpness into breaks. Lacks the deep speed and not a vertical threat. Timed poorly in the 40 prior to his knee injury.
Analysis: After walking onto the team in 2008, Edwards had a productive college career and turned himself into a legitimate NFL prospect. His knee injury aside, Edwards possesses for the skills necessary to be a fifth wideout at the next level.

Height: 5-11.5
Weight: 209
40: 4.65
Year: 5Sr

Demetrius Fields

School: Northwestern
Position: WR
Bio: Three-year starter who totaled 32 receptions/305 yards/1 TD as a senior after 32/382/3 the prior year.
Positive: Consistent wideout with marginal size and speed for the next level. Displays good awareness on the field, comes back to the ball out of routes, and works to make himself an available target. Extends to make receptions away from his frame. Shows skill running after the catch. Gives effort blocking downfield.
Negative: Rounds off routes and shows little in the way of quickness getting into breaks. One-speed receiver and lacks a burst. Marginally productive in college.
Analysis: Field possesses the physical skills to make an NFL roster as a fifth receiver yet must learn to do the little things well.

Height: 5117
Weight: 189
40: 4.41
Year: 4Sr

Kyle Fisher

School: Bloomsburg
Position: WR
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Height: 6-2.5
Weight: 204
40: 4.32
Year: 5Sr

Corey Fuller

School: Virginia Tech
Position: WR
Bio: Senior totals included 43 receptions/815 yards/6 TDs. Reserve receiver in 2011, seeing action in six games. Began his college career at Kansas as a track and field athlete.
Positive: Talented athlete who watched his game take off last season. Comes back into the clearing and works to make himself an available target. Extends to make receptions away from his frame and snatches passes from the air. Easily makes catches in stride, looks the pass into his hands and works to pick up positive yardage after the catch. Displays focus, concentration and gets vertical in a crowd to make the tough reception.
Negative: Marginal production and minimal experience as a receiver. Must improve his route running. Average size.
Analysis: Fuller watched his game take off last season and slowly transferred his athletic skills onto the football field. He comes with an abundance of upside and could eventually develop into a third receiver in the NFL.

Height: 6-3.5
Weight: 205
40: 4.49
Year: 5Sr

Tyrone Goard

School: Eastern Kentucky
Position: WR
Bio: Three-year starter awarded all-Conference honors as a senior after totaling 41 receptions/900 yards/8 TDs, an average of 22 yards per catch. Junior numbers included 39/627/11.
Positive: Fluid receiver who flashes the ability to make big plays. Easily adjusts to errant throws and exposes himself to the big hit in order to make receptions. Effectively tracks deep passes, times receptions well, and goes up against opponents to come away with the ball. Makes difficult catches in a crowd, wins out in battles, and looks the pass into his hands. Extends to make receptions away from his frame and offers the quarterback a big target. Consistent hand catcher. Plays with good balance, body control, and quickness. Gives effort blocking downfield and gets results.
Negative: Poor route runner and is sloppy into his breaks. More of a one-speed receiver who lacks a true burst.
Analysis: Goard has been a big-play wideout on the small-school level, but at the same time a consistent receiver with reliable hands. He needs to improve his route running but has the skills to make an NFL roster as a fourth receiver.

Height: 5-9
Weight: 183
40: 4.24
Year: 4Sr

Marquise Goodwin

School: Texas
Position: WR
Bio: Part-time starter the past three seasons, finishing his senior campaign with 26 receptions/304 yards/3 TDs while also averaging 25.2 yards on 13 kick returns. Junior receiving totals included 33/421/2. Olympic long jumper and competed in the 2012 London Games after winning the US Olympic trials.
Positive: Undersized, yet explosive receiver with the ability to stretch the field. Fast off the line, possesses a burst, which he turns on in a single step and quickly gets to top speed. Plays with excellent balance, tracks deep passes, and contorts in midair to come away with the catch. Possesses the ability to run away from opponents if given the slightest bit of open space. Effective not only as a receiver but also running reverses.
Negative: Undersized and loses out in battles. Tremendous athlete still developing as a receiver. Marginally productive in college.
Analysis: Goodwin has displayed solid progress on the football field and is a dangerous homerun hitting receiver who strikes fear into defenders. He could see action early in his professional career as a slot receiver.

Height: 5-10.5
Weight: 158
40: 4.43
Year: 4Sr

Jessie Grandy

School: Central Arkansas
Position: WR
Bio: Mississippi transfer awarded all-America and all-Conference honors last season as both a receiver and return specialist. Pass catching numbers included 61 receptions/797 yards/7 TDs. Special teams results included an average of 12.5 yards on 19 punt returns with one score. Junior receiving totals included 49/788/9.
Positive: Explosive pass catcher who also doubles as a return specialist. Smooth, fluid receiver who comes back to the ball out of breaks and extends to make receptions away from his frame. Uses his frame to shield away opponents and protect the pass. Quick to his top speed, shows a burst, and nicely tracks deep passes, looking the ball into his hands. Instantaneously alters the momentum of games with long kick and punt returns.
Negative: Does not display a second gear running deep pass routes. Marginal timing on receptions. Undersized and loses out in battles.
Analysis: Grandy has shown consistent progress the past two seasons and his skills as a return specialist will be attractive to NFL teams.

Height: 6-1.5
Weight: 212
40: 4.51
Year: 4Sr

Cobi Hamilton

School: Arkansas
Position: WR
Bio: Full-time starter the past two seasons and awarded all-Conference honors as a senior after posting career-best numbers of 90 receptions/1335 yards/5 TDs. Junior numbers included 34/542/4 after 32/630/6 as a sophomore.
Positive: Dependable receiver with average size and speed. Displays good focus and concentration and stays with the action. Exposes himself to big hits in order to come away with receptions. Comes back to the ball out of breaks, works hard to make himself available, and effectively uses his frame to shield defenders. Consistent hand catcher who extends and makes receptions away from his frame. Comes across the middle and easily makes receptions in stride, adjusting backwards to grab errant throws. Does a terrific job finding the soft spot in the defense.
Negative: One-speed receiver and does not possess a burst. Average route runner who gets choppy footed into breaks.
Analysis: Hamilton turned in a terrific senior campaign and was the go-to receiver opponents could not stop. He offers solid receiver skills for the next level but lacks the measurables to be anything other than third receiver on a roster.

Height: 6-0.5
Weight: 229
40: 4.44
Year: 5Sr

Chris Harper

School: Kansas State
Position: WR
Bio: Oregon transfer who moved into the starting lineup as a sophomore and led Kansas State in receptions the past two seasons. All-Conference selection as a senior after totals of 58 receptions/857 yards/3 TDs. Junior totals included 40/547/5.
Positive: Developing pass catcher with outstanding size and speed. Fluid releasing off the line, sells routes, and gets up in a crowd to make difficult catches. Physical and battles defensive backs to come away with the ball. Shows the ability to take a pounding and hold onto the pass. Comes back to the pass out of breaks, uses his frame to shield away defenders, and consistently extends to makes the catch away from his body. Adjusts to errant throws, looks the ball into his hands, and shows a burst.
Negative: Rounds off his routes and not sharp into breaks. Must improve his balance running routes. Not a downfield threat and lacks a second gear.
Analysis: Harper is a physical specimen whose game has taken off the past two seasons. He's a terrific combination of size and speed as well as developing pass catching skills. Harper offers the ability to develop into a second wideout in the NFL, if he continues to progress.

Height: 6-3
Weight: 231
40: 4.38
Year: 4Sr

Mark Harrison

School: Rutgers
Position: WR
Bio: Full-time starter during his sophomore and senior campaigns and also played five games with the first team as a junior. Senior receiving totals included 44 receptions/583 yards/6 TDs after 14/274/2 the prior year. Career-best totals of 44/829/9 came during his sophomore season.
Positive: Big, strong possession receiver who showed flashes of brilliance during his college career. Resilient, stays with the action, and goes up in a crowd to come away with the ball. Comes back to the ball out of breaks, nicely adjusts to errant throws, and looks the pass into his hands. Works hard running after the catch, displaying the ability to break tackles and pick up yardage off initial contact. Makes receptions in stride or in contorted positions. Gives effort down the field blocking and gets results.
Negative: One-speed receiver who lacks a burst. Dropped some catchable throws in his career. Was up-and-down throughout college and never improved on his sensational sophomore campaign.
Analysis: Harrison is a big wide out who plays to his size and wins out in battles on a consistent basis. He'll be successful at the next level as a fourth receiver if he learns to do the little things well and consistently plays to his ability.

Height: 6-1.5
Weight: 179
40: 4.45
Year: 5Sr

Travis Harvey

School: Florida A&M
Position: WR
Bio: All-Conference selection as a senior after posting 65 receptions/808 yards/7 TDs.
Positive: Speedy wide out with a developing game. Quickly releases off the line, displays sharpness into pass routes, and extends his hands to make receptions away from his frame. Comes back to the ball out of breaks, looks the pass into his hands, and displays soft hands.
Negative: Possesses a thin build and struggles in battles. Despite his 40 time, does not look like a vertical threat on tape. Minimal experience on the college level.
Analysis: Harvey is a solid athlete with the speed and pass-catching skills necessary for the next level. He's a developmental prospect who should get consideration on the practice squad.

Height: 5-8
Weight: 159
40: 4.35
Year: 5Sr

Charles Hawkins

School: Southern
Position: WR
Bio: Senior totals included 31 receptions/467 yards/7 TDs in nine games after 23/406/2 as a junior.
Positive: Explosive big-play receiver with terrific speed. Quickly releases off the line scrimmage, shows a burst, and immediately gets to his top speed. Plays bigger than his listed size, extends to make receptions away from his frame, and comes away with difficult catches in a crowd. Stays with the action, works to pick up yardage running after the catch, and effectively uses the sidelines.
Negative: Small and loses out in one-on-one battles. Does not display strong hands. Bothered by a hamstring injury as a senior.
Analysis: Hawkins has the speed to break long plays and is a vertical threat any time he's on the field. Marginally productive in college, he needs to stay healthy, elevate his game and display return skills to make a roster next year.

Height: 6-2.5
Weight: 200
40: 4.61
Year: 4Sr

Greg Herd

School: Eastern Washington
Position: WR
Bio: Two-year starter awarded all-America and all-Conference honors in 2011. Senior totals included 66 receptions/947 yards/7 TDs after 67/1022/7 as a junior.
Positive: Consistent college wideout with soft hands. Plays with quickness, agility, and instincts. Looks the ball into his hands, effectively tracks the deep throw, and exposes himself to the big hit in order to come away with the reception. Gets vertical over defenders, contorts in midair for difficult catches, and fights to make receptions.
Negative: Gives poor effort blocking. Lacks the second gear and deep burst.
Analysis: Herd was a solid college receiver and made the most of Eastern Washington's passing offense. He has speed limitations yet offers reliable hands, which will get him into camp this summer.

Height: 6-2
Weight: 190
40: 4.55
Year: 4Sr

Erik Highsmith

School: North Carolina
Position: WR
Bio: Part of the starting lineup the past three seasons. Senior totals included 54 receptions/580 yards/5 TDs after 51/726/5 as a junior.
Positive: Consistent pass catcher with ordinary next-level skills. Quickly releases off the line of scrimmage, extends his hands, and offers the quarterback a target. Adjusts to errant throws, uses his frame to shield away defenders, and looks the ball into his hands. Comes back to the pass out of breaks and makes the tough catch in a crowd. Easily makes over-the-shoulder receptions downfield. Keeps the play in bounds after the catch.
Negative: Lacks a burst and more of a one-speed athlete. Not a big-framed receiver for a possession wideout.
Analysis: Highsmith was consistent for North Carolina yet shows no outstanding physical trait in his game. He'll offer possibilities in a West Coast offense running underneath routes.

Height: 6-1
Weight: 214
40: 4.51
Year: 3Jr

DeAndre Hopkins

School: Clemson
Position: WR
Bio: Three-year starter awarded all-America and all-Conference honors as a junior in 2012. Receiving totals last year included career numbers of 82 receptions/1405 yards/18 TDs after 72/978/5 as a sophomore. Experienced punt and kick returner.
Positive: Reliable pass catcher who displayed steady development the past three years. Fluid releasing off the line scrimmage, comes back to the ball out of breaks and shows good timing on receptions. Plays with quickness, uses his frame to shield away defenders, and plucks the pass from the air. Focused, makes difficult catches in a crowd, and consistently extends his hands away from his frame to make receptions. Possesses terrific hand/eye coordination. Easily adjusts to errant throws. Effective downfield blocker.
Negative: Lacks deep speed and a second gear. Occasionally rounds off routes or lazily gets into breaks.
Analysis: Hopkins was a consistent force at Clemson and a playmaking receiver with reliable hands. He possesses the skills necessary to be a productive second wideout in the NFL and comes with starting potential.

Height: 6-4
Weight: 196
40: 4.37
Year: 3Jr

Justin Hunter

School: Tennessee
Position: WR
Bio: Started 12 games last season and was awarded all-Conference honors after posting 73 receptions/1083 yards/9 TDs. Sophomore totals included 17/314/2 when he started the first three games of the year before suffering a season-ending injury to his left knee.
Positive: Explosive big-play receiver with an inconsistent game. Physically gifted, easily outruns efenders down the field, and plays with a smooth style. Gets vertical, fights to make the deep reception, and plays with terrific balance. Works his hands to separate from opponents. Offers the quarterback a target and comes back to the pass out of breaks. Displays strong hands and the ability to pluck the ball from the air. Wins out in battles then keeps the play in bounds working to pick up positive yardage.
Negative: Lazy off the line, runs poor routes, and often off-balance. Drops too many catchable throws during untimely moments of the game. Doesn E(TM)t stay focused.
Analysis: Hunter is a physical specimen with the potential to line up as a number one receiver in the NFL. He makes a lot of mental mistakes and his drops cost Tennessee at times last season. He's a great athlete who must become more proficient and consistent as a receiver.

Height: 5-11.5
Weight: 177
40: 4.45
Year: 4Sr

Chuck Jacobs

School: Utah State
Position: WR
Bio: Junior-college transfer who posted 41 receptions/608 yards/5 TDs as a senior after 20/218/2 the prior year.
Positive: Athletic receiver with a developing game. Consistently finds the open space in the defense, fights to make receptions, and catches the ball with his hands. Nicely adjusts to errant throws, reaching back to grab the pass. Makes receptions in stride and displays good hand/eye coordination.
Negative: Undersized and struggles in battles. Despite his 40 time, plays as a one-speed receiver and lacks a deep burst.
Analysis: Jacobs significantly improved the past two seasons and is a practice-squad prospect who could eventually find his way onto an NFL roster as a fifth receiver.

Height: 6-1.5
Weight: 194
40: 4.51
Year: 5Sr

Josh Jarboe

School: Arkansas State
Position: WR
Bio: Junior-college transfer awarded all-Conference honors as a junior. Senior totals included 50 receptions/570 yards/4 TDs after 54/730/2 the prior year.
Positive: Efficient receiver with solid hands. Quickly releases off the line into pass routes, consistently finds the soft spot in the defense, and extends to make receptions away from his frame. Displays good hand/eye coordination, keeps the play in bounds after receptions, and works to pick up positive yardage.
Negative: Lacks size and a burst. Comes off a disappointing senior season and did not elevate his game.
Analysis: Jarboe is a consistent receiver who does not stand out in any single aspect of the game. He offers reliable hands, and as such could find a home on a roster as a fifth receiver.

Height: 5-9
Weight: 179
40: 4.53
Year: 4Sr

Darius Johnson

School: SMU
Position: WR
Bio: Three-year starter awarded all-Conference honors the past two seasons. Senior totals included 64 receptions/787 yards/5 TDs after 79/1188/8 as a junior.
Positive: Small, athletic slot receiver who's been very productive on the college level. Possesses both soft and strong hands. Easily makes the catch in stride, gets up high, or contorts to grab errant throws and fights to make receptions. Sells routes, stays low on exit, and separates from defenders. Looks the pass into his hands. Extends to make the catch away from his frame then turns up field and works to pick up positive yardage. Plays faster than his 40 time and displays solid speed in a straight-line or laterally. Gives effort blocking.
Negative: Is not a vertical threat. Undersized and will struggle against larger defensive backs. Comes off a disappointing senior season.
Analysis: Johnson was a consistent receiver at SMU but did not elevate his game in 2012 as scouts had hoped. He projects as a slot receiver at the next level and could find a home as a fifth wide out on a roster if he displays return skills this summer.

Height: 6-5
Weight: 216
40: 4.61
Year: 4Jr

Brandon Kaufman

School: Eastern Washington
Position: WR
Bio: All-America and all-Conference selection as a senior after totals of 93 receptions/1850 yards/16 TDs. Broke his hand as a junior and played in just four games, finishing with 29/373/1. Initially awarded All-America and all-Conference honors as a sophomore after totals of 76/1214/15.
Positive: Tall, consistent target best running underneath routes. Fluid releasing off the line of scrimmage, quickly gets to top speed and comes back to the ball out of breaks. Uses his frame to shield away defenders. Displays good focus and concentration and extends in a crowd to make difficult catches. Competes to come away with the pass and battles double teams for receptions. Snatches passes from the air at the highest point.
Negative: One-speed player who lacks a deep burst. At times, does some unnecessary double catching. Poor route runner who struggles getting in and out of breaks.
Analysis: Kaufman was super productive at Eastern Washington, making the most of his ability and the team E(TM)s high-powered offense. He offers terrific size for the next level and should be a competent fifth receiver used in the red zone or on third down passing situations.

Height: 6-4
Weight: 213
40: 4.58
Year: 4Sr

LaRod King

School: Kentucky
Position: WR
Bio: Full-time starter the past two seasons after starting six games as a sophomore. Senior totals included 40 receptions/488 yards/4 TDs after 40/598/7 as a junior. Sophomore totals included 36/478/5.
Positive: Large, stout receiver with marginal speed. Effectively uses his frame to shield away opponents, makes difficult catches in a crowd, and has good hand-eye coordination. Adjusts to errant throws and displays soft hands when he makes receptions away from his frame. Goes over the middle for difficult catches, takes a pounding, and holds onto the ball. Gives effort blocking and seals open the running lanes down the field.
Negative: Unnecessarily lets passes get inside him. Occasionally drops some catchable throws. One-speed receiver and lacks a burst.
Analysis: King possesses the size to line up as a fourth receiver at the next level and offers possibilities on third-down passing situations or in the red zone. He's undeveloped in many areas of the game and will struggle getting out of camp if he continues to drop catchable passes.

Height: 6-0.5
Weight: 189
40: 4.46
Year: 5Sr

Tavarres King

School: Georgia
Position: WR
Bio: Full-time starter the past two seasons totaling 42 receptions/950 yards/9 TDs as a senior after 47/705/8 the prior year. Started five games as a sophomore finishing with 27/504/3.
Positive: Reliable receiver with consistent hands. Displays good focus and concentration, uses his frame to shield away opponents and consistently extends to make receptions away from his body. Works his hands to separate from defenders, sells pass routes, and effectively uses the sidelines. Gets up in a crowd and contorts to make the difficult reception. Keeps the play in bounds running after the catch. Sneaky fast and finds a way to get behind the defense.
Negative: Rounds off routes and shows limited sharpness into breaks. Must turn up the intensity as a blocker. Does not display a downfield burst.
Analysis: King has been a reliable receiver since his sophomore season and consistently elevated his game. He offers nice size, deceptive speed, and could lineup as a fourth receiver at the next level.

Height: 5-7.5
Weight: 175
40: 4.45
Year: 4Sr

Tracey Lampley

School: Southern Mississippi
Position: WR
Bio: Led Southern Mississippi in receiving as a senior, totaling 25 receptions and 330 receiving yards. All-Conference return specialist in 2011, when he averaged 11.5 yards on 31 punt returns with one score. Lined up at both receiver and running back for Southern Mississippi.
Positive: Small but explosive skill player with the ability to break games open. Shows a tremendous amount of quickness, has a burst which he turns on in a single step and is effective running after the catch. Improved at receiver last season and, for the most part, consistently caught the ball with his hands. Quickly transitions from making the catch to running after receptions. Very effective in the open field.
Negative: Undersized and loses out in battles. Struggled with a knee injury and turf toe as a senior.
Analysis: Lampley is a game-breaking receiver, ballcarrier, and return specialist with the potential to make a roster as a multipurpose player.

Height: 5-11.5
Weight: 183
40: 4.53
Year: 4Sr

Javone Lawson

School: La-Lafayette
Position: WR
Bio: Three-year starter awarded all-Conference honors as a junior. Senior totals included 40 receptions/611 yards/5 TDs after 63/1092/8 the prior year.
Positive: Averaged-sized receiver with reliable hands. Extends his hands, adjusts to the throw and snatches the ball from the air. Looks the pass into his hands, keeps the play in bounds, and works to pick up positive yardage running after the catch. Nimble, smooth, and fluid. Effectively finds the clearing in the field to make himself an available target.
Negative: One-speed receiver who does not possess the second gear or ability to separate downfield. Not a big pass catcher to fill the role of possession receiver.
Analysis: Lawson comes off a slightly disappointing season after putting up big production as a junior. He possesses average size/speed numbers for the next level but enough skill to make a roster as a fifth receiver.

Height: 6-1.5
Weight: 202
40: 4.57
Year: 4Sr

Alec Lemon

School: Syracuse
Position: WR
Bio: Full-time starter the past three seasons after seeing extensive action with the first-team as a freshman. All-Conference selection after his senior and junior seasons. Totals last year included 70 receptions/1063 yards/7 TDs after 68/834/6 the prior year.
Positive: Dependable receiver with limited upside. Sells pass routes, stays low exiting breaks, and offers the quarterback a big target. Lays out or extends for the difficult grab and makes the catch with defenders draped on him. Uses his frame to shield away opponents, fights hard to come away with the ball, and easily reaches back or adjusts to grab errant throws. Consistent hand catcher who makes the reception away from his frame.
Negative: One-speed receiver and lacks a deep burst. Slows down into pass routes.
Analysis: Lemon was a consistent college receiver and has the skills necessary to make an NFL roster as the fifth wideout on the depth chart.

Height: 5-8
Weight: 156
40: 4.37
Year: 4Sr

Terrance Lewis

School: Alcorn State
Position: WR
Bio: Posted team-leading 37 receptions/296 yards/1 TD in 2012 when he also averaged 15.9 yards on 31 kick returns with one score.
Positive: Small yet explosive receiver with the ability to stretch the field. Fluid releasing off the line of scrimmage, can turn it on in a single step and shows a terrific burst of speed. Tracks deep passes, gets vertical, and fights to make receptions. Possesses good hand/eye coordination, nicely adjusts to errant throws, and looks the pass into his hands. Plays bigger than his size and fights to come away with the ball. Uses his frame to shield away defenders. Effective on reverses and end-arounds.
Negative: Easily brought down by a single defender. Overmatched by larger defensive backs. Marginally productive in college despite his skill set.
Analysis: Lewis possesses sprinter E(TM)s speed and has slowly developed at the receiver position. He has size limitations, yet his potential as a game-breaking receiver and return specialist will get him long looks in camp this summer.

Height: 5-11.5
Weight: 174
40: 4.55
Year: 4Sr

Chris McNeill

School: Wyoming
Position: WR
Bio: Four-year starter awarded all-Conference honors since his junior season. Senior totals included 63 receptions/722 yards/5 TDs after 42/504/4 the prior year.
Positive: Slightly undersized receiver with terrific pass-catching skills. Reliable target who comes back to the ball, adjusts to errant throws and plucks the pass from the air. Displays both soft and strong hands. Plays with excellent balance and uses his frame to shield away defenders. Consistently makes the catch away from his frame and shows a nice sense of timing.
Negative: One-speed receiver. Not great after the catch. Slow leaving breaks and floats exiting routes.
Analysis: McNeill was a productive receiver at Wyoming and shows the underlying skills to line up as a fifth receiver at the next level if he improves the details of his game.

Height: 6-2.5
Weight: 217
40: 4.46
Year: 5Sr

Aaron Mellette

School: Elon
Position: WR
Bio: Three-year starter awarded All-America and all-Conference honors since his sophomore season. Senior totals included 97 receptions/1408 yards/18 TDs after 113/1639/12 the prior year. Sophomore totals included 86/1100/12.
Positive: Ultra-productive small school receiver with the size, speed, and skill to play at the next level. Fluid releasing off the line of scrimmage, shows a burst of speed, and deceptively fast. Comes back to the ball out of breaks, displays dependable hands, and snatches the pass from the air. Fights hard to make receptions, gets up high over defenders, and makes the difficult catch in a crowd. Agile, easily adjusts to errant throws, and shows ability running after receptions. Plays with a fearless style, nicely tracks the pass in the air, and displays consistent concentration.
Negative: Not a true downfield threat. Must improve his balance running after receptions.
Analysis: Mellette dominated on the small school level then went on to perform well at the Senior Bowl last January. He's a consistent wideout with a good head for the ball and the ability to start at the next level.

Height: 5-9.5
Weight: 184
40: 4.51
Year: 4Sr

Jamal Miles

School: Arizona State
Position: WR
Bio: Senior totals included 37 receptions for 373 yards. All-Conference return specialist as a junior in 2011 when he averaged 26.3 yards on 32 kick returns with two scores and 16.6 yards and 14 returns with another touchdown. Posted career-best numbers that season of 60/361/6.
Positive: Versatile skill player coming off a disappointing senior campaign. Quick, comes back to the ball out of breaks and easily adjusts to errant throws. Extends to make receptions away from his frame and looks the ball into his hands. Catches the ball in stride. Effective running after receptions and shows the ability to make defenders miss. Explosive return specialist who finds the running lanes, follows blocks everywhere, and picks up big yardage.
Negative: Struggled in all areas as a senior. Does not play a physical brand of football and is easily tackled at the point of attack. Lacks great breakaway speed. Does not possess naturally soft hands.
Analysis: Entering the 2012 season Miles was highly rated by NFL scouts as a potential slot receiver/return specialist. He played himself out of the draft after a poor campaign but possesses the underlying ability to make a roster.

Height: 5-11.5
Weight: 203
40: 4.68
Year: 4Sr

T.J. Moe

School: Missouri
Position: WR
Bio: Three-year starter awarded all-Conference honors as a sophomore in 2010. Totals last season included 40 receptions/399 yards/1 TD after 54/649/4 the prior year. Posted career-best numbers of 92/1045/6 as a sophomore.
Positive: Dependable receiver with a one-dimensional game. Quick to top speed, runs sharp routes, and stays low exiting breaks. Comes back to the ball, adjusts to errant throws, and looks the pass into his hands. Extends and exposes himself to big hits in order to come away with difficult catches. Finds a way to come free and separate from defenders, displays terrific hand-eye coordination, and consistently makes receptions with his hands. Gives effort blocking downfield.
Negative: Loses out in battles. Lacks a burst and a one-speed receiver who can E(TM)t stretch the field.
Analysis: Moe is a hard-charging receiver who does the little things well and gets the most from his ability. He lacks the size and speed to be anything other than a fifth receiver at the next level but could be a productive in the slot if given an opportunity.

Height: 6-0
Weight: 187
40: 4.51
Year: 4Sr

Martel Moore

School: Northern Illinois
Position: WR
Bio: Three-year starter awarded all-Conference honors as a senior after career numbers of 75 receptions/1083 yards/14 TDs after 47/747/7 the prior year.
Positive: Reliable underneath receiver who consistently comes away with the reception. Quickly releases off the line of scrimmage, immediately gets to top speed, and easily extends or adjusts to grab errant throws. Tracks the pass in the air, gets vertical, and makes difficult catches in a crowd. Displays terrific hand/eye coordination and makes over-the-shoulder receptions in contorted positions. Quickly transitions from making the catch to running after the reception. Gives effort blocking.
Negative: Has a thin build and struggles in battles. Lacks the deep speed and shows a minimal burst. Gets marginal results blocking.
Analysis: Moore was a consistent college wideout and significantly improved his game last season. He offers potential as an underneath receiver in a West Coast or timing offense at the next level.

Height: 6-1
Weight: 200
40: 4.48
Year: 4Sr

Mike Newbern

School: Bethel-Tn
Position: WR
Bio: Two-year starter who totaled 30 receptions/474 yards/6 TDs as a senior after 27/363/1 the prior season.
Positive: Big receiver who shows the ability to break long plays. Fluid releasing off the line of scrimmage and uses his hands to get off jams. Quickly gets to top speed and accelerates down the field. Displays good hand/eye coordination as well as timing on receptions. Plays with balance and body control. Easily makes receptions in stride or adjusts to errant throws. Gives effort blocking.
Negative: Merely average production despite small-school competition. Displays minimal quickness and lacks a second gear.
Analysis: Newbern is a late bloomer of sorts but possesses the physical skills to stick as a fifth receiver in the NFL. Ultimately, he's a practice-squad prospect with some upside.

Height: 5-9.5
Weight: 195
40: 4.55
Year: 5Sr

Kevin Norrell

School: Stony Brook
Position: WR
Bio: Junior-college transfer who began his career at Washington State. Awarded all-America and all-Conference honors as a senior after breaking into the starting lineup on a full-time basis and recording 66 receptions/1388 yards/15 TDs. Junior totals included 41/673/5 when he started three games.
Positive: Gifted pass catcher with marginal size/speed numbers for the next level. Fluid and quick on the field, nicely tracks deep passes, and easily makes over-the-shoulder receptions downfield. Adjusts to errant throws and grabs the ball in stride. Comes back to the ball out of breaks, extends his hands, and offers the quarterback a target. Displays excellent hand/eye coordination. Easily gets vertical and contorts in midair to make difficult receptions. Uses his frame to protect the pass and box out defenders.
Negative: Possesses just an average burst of speed and lacks the ability to beat defenders in foot race. Occasionally runs before he's caught the ball, which results in dropped passes.
Analysis: Norrell has been a consistent receiver the past two years and really took his game to another level as a senior. He will never be a downfield threat, yet his natural receiving skills and ability to consistently come away with the ball gives him a real chance to make an NFL roster as a fifth receiver.

Height: 6-0
Weight: 196
40: 4.48
Year: 4Sr

Uzoma Nwachukwu

School: Texas A&M
Position: WR
Bio: Broke into the starting lineup as a freshman, most recently totaling 26 receptions/485 yards/7 TDs during his senior season. Junior totals included 50/639/2. Posted a career-best 708 receiving yards and six TDs as a freshman in 2009.
Positive: Reliable receiver with marginal physical skills for the next level. Displays terrific awareness, comes back to the ball to make himself an available target, and adjusts to errant throws. Shows strong hands. Extends to make receptions away from his frame or gets vertical to grab the high pass. Gives effort blocking.
Negative: Loses out in battles. Lacks the great burst of speed and not a downfield threat. Displayed inconsistent production on the college field.
Analysis: Nwachukwu was a solid college receiver but never elevated his game after showing promise as a freshman. He offers potential as a fifth receiver at the next level but does not possess a large upside.

Height: 5-9.5
Weight: 172
40: 4.55
Year: 5Sr

Tobias Palmer

School: North Carolina State
Position: WR
Bio: Two-year starter and North Carolina State's top receiver last season posting 54 receptions/781 yards/6 TDs while also averaging 25.7 yards on 44 kick returns with another pair of scores. Junior receiving totals included 37/496/5.
Positive: Small, quick receiver who can also impact games as a return specialist. Settles into the open spot of the field, keeps the play in bounds after the reception, and works to pick up positive yardage. Has a burst, looks the pass into his hands, and easily makes the reception in stride. Effectively follows blocks returning punts, finds the running lanes, and beats defenders into the open field.
Negative: Allow passes to get inside him, and he doesn E(TM)t possess naturally soft hands. Lacks size and overmatched battling for the ball.
Analysis: Palmer has shown steady improvement the past two seasons and could make a roster as a fifth receiver if he excels returning kicks this summer.

Height: 6-2
Weight: 216
40: 4.34
Year: 3Jr

Cordarrelle Patterson

School: Tennessee
Position: WR
Bio: Junior-college transfer awarded all-Conference honors last season, the only year he played at Tennessee. Finished with totals of 46 receptions/778 yards/5 TDs while also averaging 25.3 yards on 4 punt returns with another score. Also averaged 28 yards on 24 kick returns with 1 touchdown.
Positive: Big-play receiver developing a well-rounded game. Plays with quickness, effectively uses his frame to box out defenders, and competes to make receptions. Comes back to the ball out of breaks, nicely adjusts to errant throws, and wins out in battles. Possesses soft and strong hands. Can make the difficult reception in contorted positions. Keeps the play in bounds running after the catch, shows a burst of speed, and can be lethal in the open field. Tremendous punt and kick returner who consistently picks up big chunks of yardage whenever the ball is in his hands. Displays elusiveness, plays with excellent balance, and very athletic.
Negative: Not a consistent hand catcher and lets the pass unnecessarily get inside his body. Marginal route runner who shows limited quickness and sharpness into breaks. Takes a while to get to top speed and does not have a true burst. Inconsistent blocker.
Analysis: Patterson burst onto the scene at Tennessee and proved during his first game that he was a force to be reckoned with. He possesses the physical skills necessary to develop into a number one receiver but must be more consistent with his fundamentals. Patterson offers great upside and should only get better as he gains playing experience against top competition.

Height: 6-0
Weight: 204
40: 4.48
Year: 5Sr

Quinton Patton

School: Louisiana Tech
Position: WR
Bio: Junior-college transfer awarded all-Conference honors the past two seasons. Senior totals included 104 receptions/1392 yards/13 TDs after 74/1135/10 as a junior.
Positive: Consistent underneath receiver with an all-around game. Sharp route runner who quickly gets into breaks then stays low on exit. Displays terrific hand/eye coordination, makes receptions away from his frame then quickly transitions to running after the catch. Incredibly effective running after receptions and picks up big yardage. Comes back to the ball out of breaks and consistently comes away with difficult catches. Possesses soft and strong hands. Gives effort blocking downfield.
Negative: Lacks a quick release off the line of scrimmage and is a one-speed receiver who will not win foot races. Does not always win out in battles.
Analysis: Patton was ultra productive at Louisiana Tech, then proved he was a legitimate NFL receiver at the Senior Bowl and Combine. He's a reliable underneath receiver who would do well in a West Coast system that does not ask him to stretch the field.

Height: 6-1
Weight: 186
40: 4.47
Year: 5Sr

Dyrell Roberts

School: Virginia Tech
Position: WR
Bio: Senior totals included 32 receptions/398 yards/1 TD in 10 starts. Played three games during the 2011 season before suffering a broken arm and redshirting. Experienced kick returner.
Positive: Versatile pass catcher whose development was slowed by injuries the past two years. Solid route runner who quickly gets into breaks then stays low on exit. Adjusts to errant throws, extends his hands, and makes catches away from his frame. Plays with quickness and keeps the play in bounds running after the catch.
Negative: Despite his 40-time, doesn E(TM)t show a burst on the field. Marginally productive in college.
Analysis: Roberts looked like a legitimate NFL prospect as a sophomore in 2009 then struggled to elevate his game. He possesses the pass-catching skills and athleticism to line up as a fifth receiver in the NFL, yet must produce more than mediocre results this summer.

Height: 6-0
Weight: 209
40: 4.78
Year: 4Sr

Tristan Roberts

School: Monmouth
Position: WR
Bio: Junior college transfer who moved into the starting lineup as a senior and was awarded all-Conference honors after totaling 55 receptions/714 yards/5 TDs.
Positive: Nice-sized possession receiver with dependable hands. Comes back to the ball out of breaks, uses his frame to shield away defenders, and displays good hand/eye coordination. Makes over-the-shoulder receptions, shows strength running after the catch, and gives effort blocking downfield. Extends his hands offering the quarterback a target and easily makes receptions in stride.
Negative: One-speed receiver with a minimal burst. Displays limited quickness. Lacks the height most teams want in a possession wide out.
Analysis: Roberts displayed productivity and development during the two seasons he played at Monmouth yet lacks the outright speed for the next level. His reliable hands and size make him a potential fifth receiver on an NFL roster.

Height: 5-10.5
Weight: 199
40: 4.35
Year: 4Sr

Denard Robinson

School: Michigan
Position: WR
Bio: Three-year starter awarded all-Conference honors after his sophomore and junior campaigns and named as an all-American in 2010. Senior passing totals included 53.3%/1319 yards/9 TDs/9 interceptions after 55%/2173/20/15 the prior year. Rushing totals last year included 177 carries/1266 yards/7 TDs. Career-best rushing totals of 256/1072/14 came during his sophomore season.
Positive: Athletic college quarterback expected to make the change to receiver at the next level. Resilient, easily regains his balance off the initial hit and immediately gets back to playing form. Possesses the speed and quickness necessary to turn the corner. Keeps the play in bounds working to pick up positive yardage. Easily gets through the cutback lanes and loses little momentum when he must change direction. Solid pass catcher who consistently makes the reception away from his frame. Elusive with the ability to makes defenders miss at the line of scrimmage or in open space.
Negative: Lacks size and stature at quarterback. Must improve his accuracy and pass placement. an poor routes during the Senior Bowl and did not look prepared for the transition to receiver.
Analysis: Robinson is an electrifying player who beat opponents in a variety of ways on the college level. He possesses the ability to line up as a third wideout at the next level and also has the skills necessary to return punts or kicks. Robinson has fantastic potential and could eventually develop into a game-breaking playmaker for a team that patiently develops his skill.

Height: 6-2.5
Weight: 217
40: 4.53
Year: 3Jr

Da'Rick Rogers

School: Tennessee Tech
Position: WR
Bio: Two-year starter who began his college career at Tennessee. All-America and all-Conference selection last season after totaling 78 receptions/1207 yards/11 TDs. All-SEC performer for the Volunteers in 2011 after posting 67/1040/9. Dismissed from Tennessee in the summer of 2012 after failing a drug test, which he later admitted to.
Positive: Large, game controlling receiver with starting potential at the next level. Fluid and smooth moving about the field, flashes strong hands, and uses his length as an advantage. Closely works to make himself an available target, comes back to the ball out of breaks, and uses his frame to shield away defenders. Looks the pass into his hands, physically beats opponents for receptions, and breaks tackles running after the catch to pick up yardage. Plays with excellent balance and body control. Tough to stop when he's on his game. Effective downfield blocker.
Negative: Lacks the quick burst and second gear. Lazily comes off the line if not directly involved in the play. All too often let E(TM)s the pass get inside him and does a bit of body catching. Off-the-field issues are bound to raise red flags.
Analysis: Rogers has consistently displayed himself as the go-to receiver opponents could not stop. He possesses the size, hands, and the ability to line up as a second wideout in the NFL team if he puts forth the effort and matures as a person.

Height: 6-0.5
Weight: 206
40: 4.58
Year: 5Sr

Aaron Rollin

School: South Dakota State
Position: WR
Bio: Two-year starter who totaled 44 receptions/567 yards/2 TDs as a senior after career numbers of 61/906/7 the prior year.
Positive: Good-sized possession receiver who displays skill running after the catch. Quickly releases off the line into pass routes, stays low exiting breaks, and easily adjusts to grab errant throws. Makes the reception in stride, picks up yardage running after the catch, and keeps the play in bounds. Comes back to the ball out of routes, uses his frame to shield away defenders, and quickly transitions from making the catch to running after the reception. Consistently extends to make the catch away from his frame.
Negative: One-speed receiver and lacks a burst. Does not have particularly good hands.
Analysis: Rollin comes off a slightly disappointing senior campaign, yet has the physical skills and receiving ability to make a roster as a sixth receiver.

Height: 5-11.5
Weight: 175
40: 4.51
Year: 4Sr

Rashad Ross

School: Arizona State
Position: WR
Bio: Junior-college transfer who posted receiving numbers of 37 receptions/610 yards/6 TDs last season when he also averaged 25.6 yards on 13 returns. Junior numbers included 18/254/1 with an average of 30.4 yards at 13 kick returns.
Positive: Dependable receiver who also doubles as a return specialist. Comes back to the ball out of breaks, uses his frame to shield away defenders, and gets up in a crowd to make the difficult reception. Consistently finds the open space, easily adjusts to errant throws and makes receptions in stride. Keeps the play in bounds running after the catch and gives effort picking up positive yardage. Solid downfield blocker.
Negative: One-speed skill player who lacks a burst. Marginally productive.
Analysis: Ross is a solid prospect with upside and a player who's improved the past two years. He projects as a fifth receiver at the next level but must make a mark on special teams this summer to grab a roster spot.

Height: 6-0
Weight: 175
40: 4.55
Year: 5Sr

Roy Roundtree

School: Michigan
Position: WR
Bio: Three-year starter awarded all-Conference honors as a sophomore. Senior totals included 31 receptions/580 yards/3 TDs after 19/355/2 the prior year. Career numbers of 72/935/7 came during his sophomore campaign.
Positive: Consistent college wideout with average measurables for the next level. Displays good focus, makes difficult catches in a crowd, and lays out to come away with the reception. Uses his frame to protect the pass, displays good hand/eye coordination, and nicely tracks the ball in the air. Adjusts to errant throws and extends to make receptions away from his frame.
Negative: Slow and lacks a burst. Never capitalized on his sensational sophomore campaign.
Analysis: Roundtree was a terrific receiver at Michigan but lacks the size and speed to be anything other than a fifth wideout at the next level. He'll have a chance to make a final roster if he plays well on special teams this summer.

Height: 6-1.5
Weight: 203
40: 4.59
Year: 4Sr

Rod Rumble

School: Idaho State
Position: WR
Bio: Three-year starter awarded all-Conference honors since his junior season. Senior totals included 74 receptions/1006 yards/6 TDs after career numbers of 112/1348/9 the prior year. Named to several all-America teams in 2011.
Positive: Ultra-productive small-school receiver with marginal size/speed numbers for the next level. Consistently comes back to the ball to make himself an available target, extends to make receptions away from his frame, and catches the pass with his hands. Gets vertical and high-points the ball over defenders. Tracks deep passes, displays good hand/eye coordination, and uses his frame to protect the ball. Gets up in a crowd for difficult receptions, exposing himself to the big hit. Keeps the play in bounds running after the catch.
Negative: One-speed receiver who lacks a deep burst. Lacks classic size for a possession receiver.
Analysis: Rumble comes off a slightly disappointing senior season yet offers the pass catching skills necessary to play at the next level. His timing, consistency, and willingness to make difficult catches in a crowd could help him catch on as a fifth wideout.

Height: 6-2
Weight: 202
40: 4.68
Year: 4Sr

Thomas Ryan

School: Towson
Position: WR
Bio: Three-year starter who led Towson in receiving during his junior and senior campaigns. Totals last year included 44 receptions/533 yards/3 TDs after 39/560/3 as a junior.
Positive: Reliable pass catcher with marginal speed for the next level. Fluid releasing off the line of scrimmage, comes back to the ball out of breaks, and gets up in a crowd to make difficult catches. Extends and consistently makes receptions away from his frame. Displays soft hands and the ability to pluck the ball from the air. Plays with good balance and body control. Stout, takes a big hit and hold onto the ball.
Negative: One-speed receiver who lacks a deep burst. Gives minimal effort when blocking.
Analysis: Ryan has shown flashes of ability the past two seasons yet never really took his game to the next level. Possesses the skills necessary to be a fifth receiver on an NFL roster if he consistently plays to a high level.

Height: 6-0
Weight: 181
40: 4.66
Year: 5Sr

Marcus Sales

School: Syracuse
Position: WR
Bio: Posted career numbers of 63 receptions/863 yards/8 TDs as a senior when he was a full-time starter. Suspended for the 2011 season. Totaled 26/414/1 as a true junior in 2010.
Positive: Consistent receiver best running underneath routes. Plays with good awareness, comes back to the ball out of breaks, and works hard to make himself an available target. Gets vertical and fights to come away with the reception. Nicely adjusts to errant throws and displays good hand/eye coordination. Makes the reception in stride and possesses strong hands with the ability to pull fastballs from the air. Lays out and exposes himself to the big hit in order to come away with the reception. Gives effort blocking downfield.
Negative: Lacks a burst and does not get vertical separation. Occasionally takes his eyes off the ball and runs before he's made the reception.
Analysis: Sales is coming off a terrific senior campaign and offers the skill set to get consideration as a fifth receiver at the next level.

Height: 5-11
Weight: 204
40: 4.41
Year: 5Sr

Lanear Sampson

School: Baylor
Position: WR
Bio: The four-year starter who posted career numbers of 52 receptions/646 yards/6 TDs as a senior after 42/572/3 as a junior. Experienced kick returner.
Positive: Consistent pass catcher who displays no outstanding trait on the field. Instinctive and consistently comes back to the quarterback to make himself an available target. Uses the sidelines well, makes difficult catches in a crowd, and extends to snatch the pass away from his frame. Stays with the action and plays smart football.
Negative: Despite his listed forty time plays like a one-speed receiver with average quickness.
Analysis: Sampson was a reliable pass-catching threat the past four seasons, and he offers the skill and smarts to make a roster as a fifth receiver.

Height: 5-7
Weight: 173
40: 4.53
Year: 3Jr

Ace Sanders

School: South Carolina
Position: WR
Bio: Two-year starter named SEC Special Teams Player of the Year last season. Receiving totals included 45 receptions/531 yards/9 TDs with an average of 14.5 yards on 25 punt returns and two more scores. Sophomore receiving totals included 29/383/2.
Positive: Elusive skill player who excels as a receiver and punt returner. Displays outstanding quickness in his overall game, plays bigger than his listed size, and works hard in all aspects. Possesses soft hands, adjusts to errant throws, and easily makes receptions in stride. Quickly transitions from making the catch to running after receptions. Dangerous in the open field. Strings several moves together returning punts or running after receptions, making defenders miss and picking up yardage. Plays with excellent balance, runs solid routes, and works hard to make himself an available target. Consistent hand catcher who extends and offers the quarterback a nice target.
Negative: Not a big-bodied or sturdy receiver. Easily brought down at the point of attack by a single defender. More quick than fast and doesn E(TM)t possess the homerun hitting speed.
Analysis: Sanders is a feisty skill player with the potential to line up as a slot receiver and serve double duty returning punts. He's dependable in all areas of the game and is a middle-round pick who could make an impact as a rookie.

Height: 6-4
Weight: 241
40: 4.78
Year: 5Sr

Mike Shanahan

School: Pittsburgh
Position: WR
Bio: Three-year starter awarded all-Conference honors as a senior after totals of 62 receptions/983 yards/6 TDs. Junior totals included 39/493/4.
Positive: Big possession receiver who does the little things well. Consistently finds a way to come free and make himself an available target. Adjusts to errant throws and looks the pass into his hands. Displays soft hands and consistently extends to make receptions away from his frame. Focused player with positive hand/eye coordination. Makes the tough catch in a crowd and holds onto the ball. Gives effort blocking downfield and gets results.
Negative: Lacks quickness and speed. Cannot separate from defenders down the field. Marginally productive in college until his senior season.
Analysis: Shanahan is a dependable target who stepped up his game last season as a senior. His poor playing speed is a concern and a move to tight end will be considered, but his size and reliable hands will be attractive at the next level on third downs and in the red zone.

Height: 6-0.5
Weight: 195
40: 4.52
Year: 4Sr

Russell Shepard

School: LSU
Position: WR
Bio: Started one game as a senior and totaled six receptions for 92 yards on the year as well as a 166 rushing yards with one score. Started four games as a junior in 2011 posting receiving totals of 14/190/4. Posted career-best numbers of 33/249/1 as a sophomore in 2010 when he started nine games.
Positive: One-time, game-changing receiver who's watched his play regress the past two seasons. Fluid releasing off the line of scrimmage, quick to top speed, and works hard to make himself an available target. Nicely adjusts to errant passes, looks the ball into his hands, and keeps the play in bounds trying to pick up yardage after the catch. Gives effort blocking down the field.
Negative: Doesn E(TM)t display great open field speed. Marginal skill running after the catch. Easily knocked off balance by the first jam at the line of scrimmage. Lets some catchable passes slip through his hands.
Analysis: After a terrific sophomore campaign, Shepard looked as though he was poised to be the next big-time LSU receiver prospect. His play has since declined as he was a nonfactor last season for the Tigers. Shepard possesses the physical skills to line up as a fifth receiver in the NFL but must get his mojo back.

Height: 5-11.5
Weight: 199
40: 4.57
Year: 5Sr

Michael Smith

School: Connecticut
Position: WR
Bio: Former starter who totaled 31 receptions/407 yards/1 TD as a senior. Missed the 2011 season with injury. Posted career numbers of 46/615/2 as a true junior in 2010.
Positive: Reliable pass catcher with minimal upside. Works hard to get free, follows the quarterback across the field, and comes back to the ball out of breaks. Effectively uses his frame to shield away defenders, consistently makes the reception in stride, then quickly transitions to pick up yardage running after the catch. Effortlessly catches the ball running laterally and adjusts in midair to errant throws. Displays good hand/eye coordination as well as focus and concentration.
Negative: Marginally productive on the college level. Lacks both the ideal size for a possession receiver and ideal speed for a downfield threat.
Analysis: Smith flashed throughout his Connecticut career yet was a receiver who never truly elevated his game. His best chance lies with a team that keeps six receivers.

Height: 6-4.5
Weight: 225
40: 4.53
Year: 4Sr

Rodney Smith

School: Florida State
Position: WR
Bio: Two-year starter who totaled 38 receptions/524 yards/3 TDs as a senior after 36/561/4 the prior year.
Positive: Nice-sized possession receiver best running underneath routes. Fluid, adjusts to errant throws, and easily makes the reception in stride. Gets vertical over defenders and fights to make receptions. Comes back to the ball out of breaks and offers the quarterback a target. Displays a sense of timing and stays focused.
Negative: Possesses limited speed and quickness. Does not have a burst. Must turn up the intensity blocking.
Analysis: Smith is a one-speed receiver with next-level size. If he starts to do the little hings well and improves his downfield blocking he could make an NFL roster as a fifth wideout.

Height: 6-1.5
Weight: 204
40: 4.43
Year: 4Sr

Ryan Spadola

School: Lehigh
Position: WR
Bio: Three-year starter awarded all-Conference honors since his sophomore season and named as an all-American in 2011. Senior totals included 57 receptions/851 yards/4 TDs in nine games. Missed two games with mononucleosis last year. Junior totals included a career-best 96/1614/11 after 78/1130/9 with the prior year. Led Lehigh in receiving every season since his sophomore campaign.
Positive: Dependable small-school receiver with average physical skills. Natural catching the ball, makes the difficult over-the-shoulder reception, and displays outstanding focus as well as concentration. Gets vertical in a crowd to make difficult catches, possesses strong hands, and displayed timing with his quarterback. Extends and exposes his body in a crowd to make the catch, takes a big hit, and holds onto the throw.
Negative: Does not always play with a sense of urgency. Lazily comes off the line, lacks a burst, and is not a vertical threat. Gives marginal effort blocking.
Analysis: Spadola was highly productive the past three seasons and possesses the skills to be a fifth receiver in the NFL if he pays attention to detail.

Height: 6-2
Weight: 207
40: 4.61
Year: 4Sr

Devin Stark

School: Austin Peay
Position: WR
Bio: Three-year starter who posted 67 receptions/ 769 yards/10 TDs as a senior after junior totals of 48/599/5.
Positive: Sure-handed college receiver with next level skill. Displays good field vision, comes back to the ball out of breaks, and works to make himself an available target for the quarterback. Easily adjusts to make receptions in stride, uses his frame to protect the pass, and consistently catches the ball with his hands. Displays terrific hand/eye coordination and easily makes over-the-shoulder receptions with defenders draped on him. Gets up in a crowd and comes down with the ball. Willing downfield blocker.
Negative: Lacks a burst and the ability to outrace opponents down field. Marginal skill running after the reception.
Analysis: Stark was a consistent wideout on the college level and someone who improved his game each of the past three years. He possesses the receiving skills and wherewithal to make a roster as a fifth wideout.

Height: 6-0.5
Weight: 194
40: 4.33
Year: 3Jr

Kenny Stills

School: Oklahoma
Position: WR
Bio: Three-year starter awarded all-Conference honors as a junior after posting career- best numbers of 82 receptions/959 yards/11 TDs. Sophomore totals included 61/849/8 after 61/786/5 as a freshman.
Positive: Consistent wideout who E(TM)s best running underneath routes. Quickly releases off the line scrimmage and immediately gets to top speed. Gets vertical and exposes himself to the big hit in order to come away with the catch. Adjusts to errant throws, reaching back to make receptions in stride. Makes difficult catches in contorted positions, wins in most battles, and uses his frame to protect the catch. Cognizant receiver, uses the sidelines well, and displays terrific hand-eye coordination. Gives effort as a blocker.
Negative: Rounds off routes and floats exiting breaks, which gives defensive backs an inside track. Despite his forty speed presents himself as a one-speed receiver on the field.
Analysis: Stills broke onto the scene as a freshman and did well in Oklahoma's passing attack. He possesses average size yet has the ability to line up as a third receiver in the NFL for a variety of offensive systems.

Height: 6-3.5
Weight: 207
40: 4.55
Year: 5Sr

Taylor Stockemer

School: Arkansas State
Position: WR
Bio: Three-year starter who posted 31 receptions/483 yards/3 TDs as a senior after 48/756/7 the prior year. Struggled during the first half of his senior season with injury.
Positive: Large possession receiver with consistent hands. Comes into the clearing to make himself an available target, uses his frame to shield away defenders, and fights to make receptions. Extends his hands and plucks the pass from the air. Works to pick up yardage running after the catch. Effective blocking downfield.
Negative: Lacks a quick release off the line, displays minimal burst, and is not a vertical threat. Comes off a disappointing senior season.
Analysis: Stockemer was a solid college receiver whose game was interrupted by injury in 2012. He's a possession wideout who could serve as a solid third-down target/red-zone threat in the NFL.

Height: 6-0
Weight: 205
40: 4.32
Year: 4Sr

Ryan Swope

School: Texas A&M
Position: WR
Bio: Three-year starter awarded all-Conference honors the past two years. Senior totals included 72 receptions/913 yards/8 TDs after career-best numbers of 89/1207/11 as a junior. Sophomore totals included 72/825/4.
Positive: Skilled receiver with a complete game. Sells pass routes, quickly gets into breaks then comes back to the ball to make himself an available target. Consistently extends to make receptions away from his frame, displays terrific focus, and takes a big hit but holds onto the ball. Immediately transitions from making the catch to running after receptions, keeps the play in bounds and works to pick up as much yardage as possible. Easily adjusts to the errant pass and looks the ball into his hands. A smart player and a consistent hand catcher. Effectively uses his frame to shield away defenders and protect the pass. Gives effort blocking downfield.
Negative: Lacks a deep burst and presents himself as more of a one-speed receiver despite his 40-time.
Analysis: Swope was a productive and versatile receiver in college with the ability to adapt to the changing Texas A&M offense. He offers starting potential at the next level but needs to apply his 40-time into game speed to really make an impact.

Height: 6-0.5
Weight: 193
40: 4.47
Year: 4Sr

Ken Thompkins

School: Cincinnati
Position: WR
Bio: Junior-college transfer who started the past two seasons, finishing with 34 receptions/541 yards/2 TDs as a senior after 44/536/2 the prior year.
Positive: Consistent college wideout with marginal physical skills. Comes back to the ball out of breaks, extends to make receptions away from his frame, and keeps the play in bounds running after the catch. Gets vertical in a crowd, displays good hand/eye coordination, and fights to make receptions.
Negative: Possesses average speed and lacks the deep burst. Struggles coming away with the reception in battles.
Analysis: Thompkins has been a dependable receiver at Cincinnati the past two years and flashes NFL skill. He lacks the size and speed to be anything other than a fifth receiver at the next level but possesses the ability to play in a West Coast offense.

Height: 6-2.5
Weight: 180
40: 4.55
Year: 4Sr

Jason Thompson

School: New Haven
Position: WR
Bio: All-Conference selection as a senior after totaling 44 receptions/881 yards/16 TDs, averaging 20 yards per reception. Started a single game the prior season but still finished with 43/1046/14, averaging 24.3 yards per catch.
Positive: Productive receiver with the ability to pick up big chunks of yardage from the line of scrimmage. Fluid, quickly releases off the line into pass routes, and lays out to make the difficult reception. Possesses good hand/eye coordination, displays nice timing and easily makes the catch in stride. Goes over the middle and exposes himself to big hits in order to come away with receptions.
Negative: Despite his per catch average, more of a one-speed receiver and lacks the second gear. Poor downfield blocker. Has a thin build and will struggle getting off jams at the next level.
Analysis: Thompson was very productive the past two seasons and showed terrific development. He does not possess classic measurables for the NFL but offers potential as a fifth/slot receiver in a West Coast offense.

Height: 6-0.5
Weight: 196
40: 4.62
Year: 4Sr

Conner Vernon

School: Duke
Position: WR
Bio: Four-year starter awarded all-Conference honors since his sophomore season. Lead Duke in receiving as a senior posting 85 receptions/1074 yards/8 TDs after 70/956/6 as a junior.
Positive: Consistent pass catcher best running underneath routes. Quickly releases off the line, runs sharp routes, and gets separation from defenders. Works to make himself an available target, displays good hand-eye coordination, and battles opponents to come away with the reception. Plays with good focus, looks the pass into his hands, and consistently makes the reception away from his frame. Exposes himself to the big hit in order to come away with the catch. Keeps the play in bounds running after the reception and works to pick up positive yardage.
Negative: Marginal speed and not a downfield threat. Lacks classic size for possession receiver.
Analysis: Vernon was productive as a four-year starter at Duke and gets the most from his ability. He possesses the receiving tools to line up as a third wideout in the NFL.

Height: 5-10.5
Weight: 189
40: 4.62
Year: 4Sr

Tyrone Walker

School: Illinois State
Position: WR
Bio: Senior total included 90 receptions/1319 yards/9 TDs after 64/787/8 the prior year.
Positive: Dependable small-school receiver with poor size/speed numbers. Comes back to the ball out of breaks, easily adjusts to errant throws, and makes the reception in stride. Fights with his hands to separate from defenders, displays outstanding hand/eye coordination, and competes to make receptions. Stays in bounds running after the catch and gives effort trying to pick up positive yardage.
Negative: One-speed receiver who lacks a quick release off the line. Minimal skill running after the catch.
Analysis: Walker was a reliable receiver with a nose for the end zone at Illinois State. He's an undersized possession receiver by NFL standards, yet his natural receiving skills will get him looks for a West Coast offense.

Height: 6-2
Weight: 193
40: 4.46
Year: 5Sr

Dontel Watkins

School: Murray State
Position: WR
Bio: Utah State transfer who posted 39 receptions/561 yards/5 TDs last season. Totals at Utah State in 2010 included 42/492/4.
Positive: Athletic receiver with an inconsistent game. Quickly releases off the line, immediately gets to top speed, and works to come back to the quarterback and make himself an open target. Possesses relatively solid hands, extends to make receptions away from his frame, and looks the pass in. Shows quickness on tape.
Negative: Was never a consistent starter at Murray State or Utah State. Has a thin frame and is easily brought down at the point of attack. Not a strong or sturdy receiver who takes a pounding and holds onto the ball.
Analysis: Watkins possesses the desired size/speed numbers for the next level and has shown flashes of ability yet never elevated his game. He's a practice-squad prospect who could give good returns two seasons down the road for a team that patiently develops him.

Height: 5-11
Weight: 189
40: 4.43
Year: 4Sr

Markus Wheaton

School: Oregon State
Position: WR
Bio: Three-year starter awarded all-Conference honors as a senior after posting career-best totals of 91 receptions/1244 yards/11 TDs. Junior totals included 73/986/1 after 55/675/4 as a sophomore.
Positive: Explosive, quick, and dependable receiver. Fluid releasing off the line of scrimmage, quick to top speed and runs solid routes. Double cut receiver who separates from defenders. Comes back to the ball out of breaks and easily makes receptions in stride. Extends his hands and immediately transitions from making receptions to running after the catch. Effective in the open field. Elusive with the ability to beat defenders in a foot race and stretches the field vertically. Exposes himself to big hits in order to come away with receptions and displays terrific focus.
Negative: Not a strong or sturdy receiver and struggles in battles. Lets the ball get inside him at times and does some unnecessary body-catching.
Analysis: Wheaton was a productive receiver at Oregon State and has enough skill to line up in the slot or develop into a second wideout on an NFL roster. He must improve his playing strength and learn to do the little things well, but Wheaton comes with solid upside.

Height: 6-3.5
Weight: 216
40: 4.65
Year: 5Sr

Norman White

School: Villanova
Position: WR
Bio: Two-year starter who led Villanova in receiving with 45 receptions/550 yards/6 TDs. Missed the 2011 season with a foot injury. All-Conference selection as a junior in 2010 after career totals of 69/886/11.
Positive: Well-sized possession receiver with reliable hands. Dependable target, uses his frame to shield away defenders then extends and makes receptions away from his body. Difficult to bring down after the catch. Makes tough receptions in the middle the field and gets vertical to grab high throws. Gives effort blocking and gets results.
Negative: Awkward strider with minimal quickness and speed.
Analysis: White lacks next level speed yet has enticing size. He offers potential as receiver used in the red zone or on third-down passing situations.

Height: 5-9.5
Weight: 185
40: 4.57
Year: 4Sr

Nick Williams

School: Connecticut
Position: WR
Bio: Backup receiver the past three seasons twice awarded all-Conference honors on special teams. Senior receiving numbers included 30 receptions/334 yards with an average of 12 yards on 21 punt returns and 2 scores. Sophomore special teams numbers included an average of 35.3 yards on 17 punt returns with two touchdowns.
Positive: Game-impacting return specialist who can also lineup as a fifth receiver. Consistent hand catcher who comes back into the clearing to make himself an available target, then looks the ball into his hands. Tough, keeps the play in bounds, and always works to pick up positive yardage. Displays outstanding field vision, finds the open lanes, and has a burst returning punts or kicks.
Negative: Not a sturdy wideout. Fumbles too often. Lacks elite speed. Marginally productive as a receiver.
Analysis: Williams filled several roles for Connecticut and is one of the better sleeper prospects in this year's draft. His game is reminiscent of Danny Woodhead, as Williams has the ability to line up all over the field as a skill player at the next level.

Height: 6-2
Weight: 208
40: 4.48
Year: 5Sr

Terrance Williams

School: Baylor
Position: WR
Bio: Three-year starter awarded all-Conference honors as a senior after posting career numbers of 97 receptions/1832 yards/12 TDs. Averaged 18.9 yards per catch in 2012. Junior totals included 59/957/11 after 43/484/4 as a sophomore.
Positive: Game-changing receiver who significantly elevated his draft stock as a senior. Smart, shows good field awareness, and comes back to the ball to make himself an available target. Stays with the action, uses the sidelines well, and makes difficult catches when double teamed. Easily adjusts to errant throws, looks the pass in, and displays a sense of timing. Gets vertical and contorts to make difficult catches. Quickly releases off the line, immediately gets to top speed, and shows a burst. Catches the deep ball in stride. Gives effort blocking downfield and gets results.
Negative: Must do a better job selling pass routes. Not a true deep threat. Looked very average at the Senior Bowl.
Analysis: Entering the 2012 season, Williams was graded as a potential late-round pick by league scouts. He elevated his play as a senior and is now getting first-round consideration. He possesses the skills necessary to start at the next level, and he could develop into a second receiver in a variety of NFL offensive systems.

Height: 6-0.5
Weight: 201
40: 4.51
Year: 5Sr

Antavious Wilson

School: Marshall
Position: WR
Bio: Has been a starter since his freshman year. Senior totals included 69 receptions/741 yards/9 TDs after 29/462/1 as a junior.
Positive: Consistent receiver who's shown flashes of brilliance the past four years. Runs sharp routes, separates from defenders, and easily adjusts the pass to make receptions in stride. Comes back to the ball out of breaks, uses his frame to shield away defenders, and consistently extends to grab the pass from the air. Keeps the play in bounds running after receptions. Displays a burst of speed and plays faster than his 40 time.
Negative: Loses out in battles. Takes his eyes off the pass and does not consistently stay focused.
Analysis: Wilson is a smooth receiver with the pass-catching skills necessary to play the next level. He projects as a fifth receiver but must improve the little things to make it out of camp this summer.

Height: 5-9
Weight: 187
40: 4.55
Year: 4Sr

Cody Wilson

School: Central Michigan
Position: WR
Bio: Full-time starter the past two seasons after seeing sporadic action with the first-team during his freshman and sophomore campaigns. Senior totals included 64 receptions/739 yards/2 TDs after 48/526/3 as a junior. Career totals of 83/1137/5 came during his sophomore campaign. Returned punts and kicks early in his Central Michigan career.
Positive: Reliable pass catcher who consistently comes away with difficult receptions. Comes back to the ball out of breaks, extends his hands, and offers the quarterback a target. Works hard to come free, effectively uses his frame to protect the pass, then makes difficult receptions in contorted positions. Keeps the play in bounds trying to pick up positive yardage whenever the ball is in his hands.
Negative: One-speed receiver who is not a downfield threat. Average size for a possession wideout.
Analysis: Wilson lacks great measurables for the next level yet does the little things well and is a receiver who can double as a return specialist.

Height: 6-2.5
Weight: 194
40: 4.47
Year: 3Jr

Marquess Wilson

School: Washington State
Position: WR
Bio: Three-year starter awarded all-Conference honors as a sophomore in 2011. Played in nine games last season posting 52 receptions/813 yards/5 TDs before leaving the team in a cloud of controversy. Accused the Washington State coaching staff of being abusive to players then later apologized. Posted totals of 82/1388/12 as a sophomore after freshman numbers which included 55/1006/6.
Positive: Nice-sized receiver with consistent pass catching skills. Fluid, quickly releases off the line of scrimmage, and a solid route runner. Quick into breaks, stays low on exit, and positions himself to make receptions. Works his hands to separate from opponents and makes receptions away from his frame. Displays good awareness, solid hand/eye coordination, and easily adjusts to errant throws. Effective running after the catch, displays the ability to create yardage, and works hard to pick up positive yardage. Displays good timing and easily makes receptions in stride.
Negative: Lost his focus last season and dropped some catchable throws. Does not always win out in battles. One-speed wideout and will not beat opponents vertically.
Analysis: After two sensational seasons Wilson struggled meshing with the new coaching staff at Washington State last season and abruptly walked out on his team. He possesses the underlying skill to line up as a fourth receiver for an NFL franchise but must quickly get his head back in the game.

Height: 6-2.5
Weight: 215
40: 4.75
Year: 5Sr

Von Wise

School: Eastern Illinois
Position: WR
Bio: Two-year starter used at both tight end and wide receiver. Senior totals included 19 receptions/168 yards/1 touchdown after 32/348/2 as a junior when he was in all-Conference tight end.
Positive: Sure-handed pass catcher with marginal size/speed numbers for the next level. Solid athlete and easily adjusts to errant throws or reaches backwards to grab the pass in the air. Uses his frame to shield away defenders, looks the ball into his hands, and works hard to make himself an available target. Gives effort blocking downfield.
Negative: Does not possess the speed or burst to play wide receiver. Lacks the size and blocking strength to stay at tight end.
Analysis: Wise has displayed flashes of ability the past two years, yet is a prospect with no true position. He offers possibilities as a possession receiver but must make his mark on special teams this summer.

Height: 6-0.5
Weight: 201
40: 4.43
Year: 3Jr

Robert Woods

School: USC
Position: WR
Bio: Three-year starter awarded all-Conference honors the past two seasons after being named to several all-America teams as a sophomore. Junior totals last season included 76 receptions/846 yards/11 TDs. Posted career-best numbers of 111/1292/15 as a sophomore when he also averaged 23.1 yards on 17 kick returns and 9.1 yards on 13 returns. Freshman receiving totals included 65/792/6.
Positive: Productive wideout effective running after the catch. Fluid releasing off the line, quickly gets into breaks, and runs sharp routes. Double-cut receiver who gets separation from opponents, and extends to make receptions away from his frame. Quickly transitions from making the catch to running after receptions, keeps the play in bounds, and shows the ability to elude defenders or create yardage. Possesses soft hands, easily adjusts to errant throws, and snatches the pass from the air. Has a burst of speed, which he turns on in a single step. Easily makes receptions in stride and shows good overall awareness.
Negative: Not a strong, sturdy receiver and struggles in battles. May have difficulty handling the jam in the NFL. Not a true vertical threat.
Analysis: Woods comes off a slightly disappointing junior season in which he struggled with ankle issues throughout the year. When healthy and at the top of his game he's a talented wideout who could lineup as a number two at the next level. Woods offers the skills to line up in a traditional offense or a West Coast system.

Height: 6-0
Weight: 192
40: 4.58
Year: 4Sr

Christoph Wright

School: Eastern Illinois
Position: WR
Bio: Two-year starter who totaled 53 receptions/888 yards/11 TDs as a senior after junior totals of 42/735/11.
Positive: Consistent college pass catcher who displayed the ability to make big plays. Competes to make receptions, does not back down from a challenge, and shows good awareness on the field. Uses his frame to shield away opponents, extends to make receptions away from his frame, then keeps the play in bounds trying to pick up positive yardage. Displays consistent hands and good concentration.
Negative: Slightly built and loses out in battles. Does not consistently always come away with difficult receptions.
Analysis: Wright was a solid small school receiver and offers potential as a fifth receiver/return specialist at the next level.

Updated 4/24
RankRndNamePosYear
11stJadeveon Clowney
South Carolina
DE3Jr
21stKhalil Mack
Buffalo
OLB5Sr
31stJake Matthews
Texas A&M
T4Sr
41stGreg Robinson
Auburn
T3So
51stSammy Watkins
Clemson
WR3Jr
61stAnthony Barr
UCLA
OLB4Sr
71stTaylor Lewan
Michigan
T5Sr
81stMike Evans
Texas A&M
WR3So
91stBlake Bortles
Central Florida
QB4Jr
101stAaron Donald
Pittsburgh
DT4Sr
111stEric Ebron
North Carolina
TE4Jr
121stJustin Gilbert
Oklahoma State
CB4Sr
131stZack Martin
Notre Dame
T5Sr
141stDarqueze Dennard
Michigan State
CB4Sr
151stC.J. Mosley
Alabama
ILB4Sr
161stKony Ealy
Missouri
DE4Jr
171stTeddy Bridgewater
Louisville
QB3Jr
181stMarqise Lee
USC
WR3Jr
191stOdell Beckham Jr.
LSU
WR3Jr
201stCalvin Pryor
Louisville
S3Jr
211stLouis Nix
Notre Dame
DT4Jr
221stRyan Shazier
Ohio State
OLB3Jr
231stBrandin Cooks
Oregon State
WR3Jr
241stHasean Clinton-Dix
Alabama
S3Jr
251stJason Verrett
TCU
CB4Sr