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Martavis Bryant may not be Watkins or DeAndre Hopkins, but he does possess the most upside of any receiver in the 2014 draft.
At 6'4", 211 pounds, Bryant has rare size. To go with that size, Bryant also ran the 40 in 4.42 seconds and posted a vertical of 39 inches, via NFL.com. That sounds Randy Moss-like.
When the entire draft process started, Bryant was viewed as a fourth-round pick. However, NFL teams fell in love with Bryant's combination of size, speed and untapped potential. And watching Bryant's college tape you see a receiver who is a dangerous downfield threat. He has outstanding body control and does a good job of catching the football at its highest point.
In three years at Clemson, Bryant averaged 24.6, 30.5 and 19.7 yards per catch. It's important to note Bryant didn't play a lot in his first two years.
Bryant is a legitimate big-play receiver from day one. Even noted draft expert Mike Mayock is high on Bryant, according to Mandrallius Robinson of The Greenville News:
"He jumps out of the gym. Really explosive talent, but he’s only a one-year production guy, which scares people. But I think his physical skill set is so awe-inspiring he’s probably going to go in (round) two."
Like Mayock said, expect Bryant to go somewhere in Round 2.