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The last wide receiver to be taken first overall was all the way back in 1996 when the New York Jets took Keyshawn Johnson. In fact, Johnson and Irving Fryar in 1984 are the only two receivers to ever be taken first overall in the common era draft.
Robert Woods, however, is skilled enough that he could make a run at the No. 1 pick.
Woods has been stellar in his first two seasons with the Trojans, especially in 2011. Last year, the then-sophomore caught 111 passes for 1,292 yards and 15 touchdowns in a span of just 12 games.
He's not going to impress you with size (6'1", 180) and he'll have to add some weight at the next level, but Woods has the hands and route-running ability to compete with any of his peers at the position.
Like I said it's very rare a team takes a receiver with the first overall pick, but barring a major injury in 2012, Woods is almost assured to be off the board in the top five.
Odds: 5 percent