Current WR Rankings


(Includes underclassman who have declared for the draft so far)

Sammy Watkins-He has been one the most exciting and electric players in college football since his freshman season. That year he broke all kinds of records. His sophomore year was slightly underwhelming but this year he was back to his playmaking self with over 1400 yards receiving and 12 TDs ending it with a fantastic game in Clemson’s Orange bowl win against Ohio State. He’s got good size; he’s fast and has great hands. He will likely be a top 10 pick.

Marquise Lee-The electric Lee is a versatile playmaker. He can play inside and outside. He’s a threat to score every time he has the ball. It could be a downfield bomb, run after the catch, taking a handoff or in the return game. He has been hampered by injuries and will need to put on some more muscle but he’s going to be a game breaker as soon as he steps on the field.

Mike Evans-He’s the prototypical receiver. He’s big, strong and fast with exceptional hands. He’s also a really good blocker on the outside. For a guy his size he can outrun a lot of defensive backs, just ask the Alabama DBs. He will have to improve his route running but he’s going to be a player in this league. He will be picked in the first round and in all likelihood a starter from day one. He has that kind of talent.

Jarvis Landry-He’s not the biggest or the fastest but he’s competitive and very tough. He has no problems going over the middle and will catch everything. He has strong hands and is a really good route runner, He knows how to get open and he loves to get physical with corners. He has leadership qualities and a competitive fire that seems to rub off on teammates. He can be a very good #2 WR and the next level.

Jordan Matthews-He’s not a big name and a lot of people aren’t familiar with him because he plays for Vanderbilt but he’s an extremely polished receiver who did very well against in the SEC. He’s a big target with a large catch radius. He will go up and get it and should be a good red zone target. He’s not a burner but he can get open and create some separation. I see him as a Keenan Allen type of receiver.

Honorable Mention: Brandin Cooks, Dante Moncrief, Jared Abbredaris, Odell Beckham Jr