Much of the craze around draft prospects has surrounded the big names at the most important positions, such as quarterback and pass-rusher, but the wide receiver position is also of great significance despite many stating it's easily replaceable.
A quality wide receiver can control the way defenses work by forcing coordinators to give extra attention to them, consequently creating running room and more opportunities for the rest of his teammates.
This is why the draft class at the position is so intriguing this year; it is deep and talented.
One of those talents is Wisconsin's Nick Toon, who is the son of former All-Pro receiver Al Toon. Nick is a hard-nosed pass catcher who is also versatile, which boosts his stock among NFL teams. Although he is unlikely to be a top ten pick—like his father—because of some of his weaknesses, he still has a lot to offer to teams.