NFL Draft 2012: Power Ranking Morris Claiborne and Can't-Miss Playmakers
The 2012 NFL Draft is less than a month away, and there are a number of impressive playmakers expected to have their names called early.
LSU's Morris Claiborne is one can't-miss, playmaking talent sure to gain some serious looks this spring. But who else is worthy of the title can't-miss playmaker?
Join Bleacher Report as we power rank the top five playmakers available this April.
No. 5. Kendall Wright, WR, Baylor
Although the spectacular plays made by Baylor's Kendall Wright were usually credited to the guy throwing him the ball, Robert Griffin III, Wright is hardly an underrated playmaker heading into the draft. The senior caught 108 balls last season for more than 1,660 yards and 14 touchdowns. Wright's speed once he catches the ball will be an undeniable advantage for whatever team selects him.
No. 4. Stephen Hill, WR, Georgia Tech
Stephen Hill has incredible potential at the next level. Hill caught less than 30 passes last season with Georgia Tech, just 28, but averaged more than 29 yards per catch for the run-heavy Yellow Jackets, making him one of the elite downfield threats available this spring. At 6'4", 215 pounds Hill is a big body with proven hands capable of making big plays.
No. 3. Justin Blackmon, WR, Oklahoma State
Justin Blackmon is not the biggest wide receiver around, just 6'1", but his strength and break-away speed make him one of the top playmakers available this April and certainly the best wide receiver out there. Blackmon caught a combined 38 touchdown passes during his past two seasons with the Cowboys and turned in more than 3,300 receiving yards as well.
No. 2. Morris Claiborne, CB, LSU
Claiborne is a unique talent that can change a game on defense with an interception or on special teams with a big return. Claiborne averaged more than 25 yards per kick return with the LSU Tigers in 2011 and took one back for a touchdown against West Virginia.
No. 1. Robert Griffin III, QB, Baylor
College Football's Heisman Trophy winner in 2011, Robert Griffin III brings a dual-threat to the quarterback position as a gifted runner and an extremely accurate passer. Griffin III completed more than 72 percent of his passes with the Bears last season and amassed more than 4,990 yards total on through the air and on the ground.
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