Most of these wideouts showed flashes of talent at some point in their NCAA careers and others performed well in certain aspects at the NFL Scouting Combine or at their respective Pro Days. Nevertheless, only the cream of the crop are sure bets to be contributors and even some of them will inevitably flop.
Where they land will mean a great deal to how their NFL careers start out—as well as pan out.
One last thing, the rankings come from Matt Miller, Bleacher Report's tireless NFL Draft lead writer. So they are obviously beyond reproach.
With that in mind, here are where the Top 25 wide receivers landed.