The first priority of a receiver is to catch the football. However, if a receiver prospect doesn't have the ability to turn nothing into something after the catch, then he isn't a candidate to make many big plays.
Receivers must have the ability to essentially turn into a running back after they haul in a pass, with traits such as explosiveness, speed, vision, awareness, elusiveness, instincts, creativity and quickness being handy.
For this list, the state of California is represented by multiple receivers who excel after the catch. Georgia has two players featured, plus a receiver in Arizona may be the best in the run-after-catch phase of a play.