Quinton Patton, Louisiana Tech
Patton is a similar prospect to Williams. However, his route running will need more work, and he is likely to make a minimal impact as a rookie.
Justin Hunter, Tennessee
Hunter may have more raw talent than any receiver in this year's class, but he has a significant knee injury in his past and is coming off a disappointing junior year.
Hunter lacks focus on the field, and no team looking for immediate help at receiver should consider him in the early rounds.
Robert Woods, USC
Woods can stretch the field, but he's more fast than he is quick.
He'll struggle to create separation against cornerbacks that can match his speed, and he may be best suited to play in the slot at the next level—a position that is already filled in Minnesota.
Tavon Austin, West Virginia
Like Woods, Austin is a slot receiver and possesses a remarkably similar skill set to Harvin.
While Austin may be worthy of a first-round pick, it would be difficult for the Vikings to find room for both him and Harvin in the offense.