College Football's Top 15 Wide Receiver Prospects for the 2013 NFL Draft

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College Football's Top 15 Wide Receiver Prospects for the 2013 NFL Draft
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Cal's Keenan Allen has the look of a future top 10 NFL draft pick

This offseason, college football lost many of its most notable wide receivers from the 2011 season, including high 2012 NFL draft picks such as Justin Blackmon, Michael Floyd, Kendall Wright, Alshon Jeffery and Ryan Broyles.

The good news, however, is that there’s a new wave of star receivers who seem like they’re ready to step up this season.

Depending on how many top underclassmen decide to come out, the 2013 receiver class has the potential to be just as strong and just as deep as the group we saw this year.

Unlike the past two seasons when Justin Blackmon and A.J. Green started the year as the consensus top-dogs of their respective classes, what makes this year so interesting is that there are about five or six players who could ultimately emerge as the best receiver prospect by the time the season ends.

It should be interesting to see who steps up and emerges as this year's top performers, but right now, here’s a look at how college football’s top 15 wide receiver prospects stack up for the 2013 NFL draft.

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