All players pattern at least some portion of their game after another great player. They grow up idolizing a certain player or recognize that their skill set is similar to the player and continue honing their talents and nuances after that player.
As I've said before, it's always good to make comparisons, especially when evaluating and scouting a player. The comparison gives the reader or coach a better picture of the current player's strengths and weaknesses. We've been comparing QBs and RBs to their NFL counterparts lately, so today we'll look at the WR position.
For this read, we'll focus on the top 10 WR prospects and give you an NFL comparison for each of them. These comparisons will help you get a little more familiar with how each top 2014 WR prospect plays.