0It seems that in the current NFL, a roster can never have enough wide receivers. The rules have skewed to favor the passing game heavily, and with that teams are transitioning to more three- and four-wide receiver sets.
Fortunately, the 2014 NFL draft is just jam-packed with guys who look as NFL-ready as any wide receiver class in recent years.
And don't worry. It doesn't matter if your team needs a tall, physical wide out, or smaller speedy pass-catcher. This group has you covered. The problem is that trying to rank them is arduous. The type of wide receiver your team favors will impact which player is taken first.
Of the 15 receivers listed here, it would not be unreasonable for seven or eight of them to be selected in the first round, with the next five being second-round selections.
So, let us take a closer look at some of these elite wide receiver prospects.