It’s not very often that we get such an impressive collection of wide receivers in a single draft class. These guys are fast, big, tall and highly productive.
With so many prospects for teams to choose from this year, there are concerns that the entire draft class could be devalued under the philosophy that first-round talent can be acquired in the second and third round of this draft. To some degree there is validity to this way of thinking, but there are also some guys looking for a home who are simply too good to pass up.
In this slideshow, I break down the best landing spots for each wide receiver, focusing on how the player and the team will benefit from the union.
I did consider draft position to some degree, but this is mainly about how the prospect would fit best with a particular team.