NFL Draft 2011: Power Ranking the Top 10 Receivers in the Class

Dan WelinCorrespondent IApril 21, 2011

NFL Draft 2011: Power Ranking the Top 10 Receivers in the Class

0 of 11

    Chris Graythen/Getty Images

    This year's receiving class has some can't miss prospects at the top that have the potential to make an immediate impact in their rookie season.

    There are also great hands prospects and speedsters that cannot go overlooked either.

    Here's a look at the 10 best prospects in the class that should be able to make an immediate impact for the NFL team that selects them.

A.J. Green, Georgia

1 of 11

    Joe Robbins/Getty Images

    Projected Position:  First Round

Julio Jones, Alabama

2 of 11

    Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images

    Projected Position:  First Round

Randall Cobb, Kentucky

3 of 11

    Andy Lyons/Getty Images

    Projected Position:  Second Round

Titus Young, Boise State

4 of 11

    Ethan Miller/Getty Images

    Projected Position:  Second Round

Torrey Smith, Maryland

5 of 11

    Courtesy of thenationalfootballreport.com

    Projected Position:  Second Round

Jonathan Baldwin, Pittsburgh

6 of 11

    Jared Wickerham/Getty Images

    Projected Position:  Third Round

Greg Little, North Carolina

7 of 11

    Streeter Lecka/Getty Images

    Projected Position:  Third Round

Tandon Doss, Indiana

8 of 11

    Andy Lyons/Getty Images

    Projected Position:  Second Round

Austin Pettis, Boise State

9 of 11

    Donald Miralle/Getty Images

    Projected Position:  Third Round

Leonard Hankerson, Miami

10 of 11

    Sean Gardner/Getty Images

    Projected Position:  Second Round

Sleeper: Edmond Gates, Abilene Christian

11 of 11

    Courtesy of Abilene Christian University Athletics

    Projected Position:  Third Round