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Sammy Watkins, Clemson (No. 7 overall player)
My top-ranked wide receiver in the 2014 class, Sammy Watkins has deep-ball ability and smoothness in the open field that will remind you of A.J. Green. And that's a good thing.
At 6'1" and 205 pounds, he's not the biggest wide receiver in the class, but Watkins makes up for any lack of size with exceptional vision and body control. When matched up one-on-one with any defender in the nation, my money is going on Watkins to come down with the football. He's athletic both in space and on the move, showing he can be a run-after-catch guy and not "just" a jump-ball performer.
Watkins may not have Tavon Austin-like running ability at the line of scrimmage, but his ability to stretch a defense is elite.
Marqise Lee, USC (No. 11 overall player)
You can't watch Marqise Lee play and not be impressed by his ability to find the end zone. With 25 touchdowns in two seasons at USC, Lee quickly proved to be one of the elite scorers in college football.
Lee, like Watkins, doesn't have Calvin Johnson-like size at 6'0" and 195 pounds, but he's a smooth mover in space and a dynamic route-runner. The fact that he has been able to produce so well without great size is a testament to his skills in getting open, running away from defenders and being able to challenge coverage in the red zone.
It will be a dogfight between the two receivers all season to see who will be drafted first, but this might be a question that has no wrong answer.
Austin Seferian-Jenkins, Washington (No. 36 overall player)
It may be impossible to separate Austin Seferian-Jenkins the football player from his off-field issues. But if we're focusing on his ability as a tight end, there's no comparison in college football today.
Weighing in at 6'6" and 278 pounds, Seferian-Jenkins is simply bigger, stronger and faster than the men tasked with stopping him. Try covering him with a linebacker and he'll leave them behind. Want to put a faster safety on him? He'll just box them out and use his huge frame and wingspan to win matchups.
With such a unique skill set and size, Seferian-Jenkins is a surefire first-round pick if he can duplicate his 2012 success and keep his off-field troubles in the past.